Back in 1992, two show-business titans met onstage at the American Comedy Awards.
Bea Arthur and Urkel.
After numerous critically acclaimed roles in films and on Broadway, Bea's latest and greatest recognition came as Dorothy in 'The Golden Girls', a role which she played with charm and verve.
Urkel and Bea were both at the height of their careers, and met together in order to perform the so-called 'Urkel Dance'.
Do "the Urkel"!
After the rousing number, Betty White is seen mouthing the words 'Bea was wonderful' as the 'Little Mac' purses his lips in joy.
Bea, it is because of this bizarre performance and your strangely masculine body, face, and voice that you receive honorary membership to the House of Diabolique.
Henceforth you shall be known as
Bea Arthur Diabolique!
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