Donna Jo Margaret “DJ” Tanner is the oldest girl in the Tanner household. She has blond hair, and her wanting to be the best in everything came from her mother, Pam Katsopolis-Tanner. When Pam died in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, DJ was ten, Stephanie was five and Michelle was a baby.
She would often make mistakes, but she always learned her lesson, as love was, and always will be, a central part of the show. Being the big sister isn’t always easy, but she pulled it off with aplomb.
Holding down a job and school at the same time isn’t easy at all, as DJ Tanner found out the hard way in the episode “Working Girl” in Season 4 of Full House.
I like the episode Working Girl from Full House, because I learn some good things from it. Plus, I’m glad DJ decided to put her paycheck in the bank, although I smile at the part where she says to her dad Danny, “Dad, can I have a raise in my allowance?” I think every parent in history has heard those words from their kids quite often, too.
[b]Hey there! Here’s a new Full House oneshot I cooked up one day. I was watching the end scene in the season 4 episode Working Girl where DJ talks to Danny. I like the part where he tells her that “there’s nothing wrong with being a kid”. I believe that to be true as well; it reminds me of the late, great pop star Michael Jackson, how he liked being childlike and of how he liked Peter Pan. (In his words, “Peter Pan, to me, represents something that is very special in my heart. It represents youth, childhood, never growing up, magic, flying, everything I think that children and...