Not My Job: We Quiz Country Legend Steve Earle On Nerd Legend Steve Urkel We'll ask the singer songwriter three questions about the beloved character from the 1990s sitcom Family Matters.
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Not My Job: We Quiz Country Legend Steve Earle On Nerd Legend Steve Urkel

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Not My Job: We Quiz Country Legend Steve Earle On Nerd Legend Steve Urkel

Not My Job: We Quiz Country Legend Steve Earle On Nerd Legend Steve Urkel

Not My Job: We Quiz Country Legend Steve Earle On Nerd Legend Steve Urkel

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Steve Earle poses in a rehearsal studio in Nashville, Tenn., on June 8, 2017.
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We've invited Steve Earle — the singer songwriter behind classic country western tunes such as "Hillbilly Highway" and "The Devil's Right Hand" — to answer three questions about Steve Urkel, the beloved uber-nerd from the 1990s sitcom Family Matters.