Jaleel White stole America's heart in the 90s as the nerdy but loveable Steve Urkel on Family Matters. Ever since, as the holiday season rolls around each year, we ask ourselves: "Does Jaleel have any last minute holiday gift ideas?"
Glad you asked! You see, there is profitable niche of the PR industry which helps to supply stupid filler content to cash-strapped local news stations. Your local news station gets a free story about, for example, "The Hottest Gifts This Holiday Season," and the PR firm gets to sell placement in that pseudo-story to any company that wants to market its wares to you, the unsuspecting local news viewer. (All with proper disclosure, of course (LOL).) And here's the hot new offer from A-1 Broadcast announced via press release today: "TV SITCOM ICON JALEEL WHITE HAS LAST MINUTE HOLIDAY GIFT IDEAS." By god, what a stroke of luck! But how can I take advantage of Jaleel's sudden holiday shopping brainstorm?
LIVE FROM LOS ANGELES, it's the most wonderful time of the year, but many American's procrastinate when it comes to holiday shopping, especially when budgets are tight. It's a good thing too because our host, Jaleel White is one of America's favorite TV Icons, will share with a national audience all of the fantastic gift ideas and deals available just before the busiest shopping day of the year.
Jaleel White is best known for his role as Steve Urkel on the ABC sitcom, Family Matters. White got his start on TV commercials at the age of three. He landed his first television role as the son of Flip Wilson and Gladys Knight on the CBS series Charlie and Company. Most recently, White starred in this summer's hit children's movie, "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer."
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The date of the tour is December 12, and "You are guaranteed a minimum of 20 TV interviews the day of the tour, plus an audience reach of 4.8 million before booking begins." All for a mere $14K!
What happened to you, Urkel? You used to be cool.