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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Jesse is shocked and excited when he discovers he has inherited The Smash Club from the late Buzz Markel, according to his will. Jesse and the Rippers played gigs at the Smash Club more than virtually any other band. However, the place has been closed down for the past couple of years. Jesse will become the owner only if he can reopen the club. If he can’t do it, the club will be turned into a parking lot.

After receiving some ideas from Stephanie, D.J., Steve and Kimmy, Jesse decides to reopen the Smash Club as a place where anyone can come to hear cool new music from new bands, no age limit like the Smash Club had before (when people had to be 21 or older to get in) and no alcoholic beverages.

Jesse and Joey head to the Smash Club, which is a mess. Jesse wants to clean up the place so he can get the loan he needs to reopen it. Eleanor Cook, a loan officer from the bank, shows up. After talking to Jesse, Eleanor believes that Jesse is unprepared because of the building not being up to code, so she turns Jesse down. Later, Jesse calls the bank and talks Eleanor into giving him another chance to get the loan. This time, Jesse does his best to learn as...
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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D.J. and Kimmy organize the “Spring Backwards Dance” at school. For this dance, girls must ask boys to the dance. D.J. is too nervous to ask Kevin Gwynn, so Stephanie does it for her (which D.J. thanks her for with a hug).

At the dance, D.J. finds Kevin and two other boys, Sam and Paul, drinking beer. She swipes a can away from them in an effort to stop them. Unfortunately, this is when Jesse enters the hallway and sees D.J. holding the can. As a result, Jesse goes crazy and wrongfully accuses D.J. of drinking, and he, Danny, and Joey do not believe her when she tries to explain she was not drinking and that she was trying to stop Kevin, Sam and Paul from drinking.

Back at the school, D.J. learns that Kevin, Paul and Sam had gotten suspended for beer consumption. Kevin apologizes to D.J. for his actions and getting her into trouble, and when Jesse and Danny catch up, he tells them the whole truth, and Jesse apologizes to his niece.

Meanwhile, Joey has bought Michelle a tape of children’s songs by a singer named Raffi, and Stephanie wishes otherwise when Michelle becomes obsessed with the song “Baby Beluga”. However, Michelle...
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Joey has not yet found a date for New Year’s Eve. So, Danny and Jesse secretly videotape Joey and send the tape to a local video dating service. Joey’s date ends up being a woman named Christine, and he and Christine fall in love at first sight when they see that they have almost everything in common with each other. Joey wants to take Christine to Las Vegas and get married, but later realizes that they need to take the time to get to really know each other first (which is a good idea, of course).

Meanwhile, when Kimmy and D.J. throw a New Year’s Eve party at Kimmy’s house with the intention of inviting “just a few close friends”, they end up with more than 400 guests.

I thought it was funny when Jesse and Danny were talking to the easel, and Joey was all, “If you try and chase me, I’m gonna scream like a girl”. Not many shows have New Year’s episodes, so I thought it was great how this show actually had one.

I also thought it was funny when Rusty was all, “Hey, Steph, guess what happens at midnight? You get a New Year’s kiss. Muah! Muah! Muah! Muah! Muah!”
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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DJ, Stephanie and Michelle
On Wake Up, San Francisco, Danny and Becky have a special guest named Edna, an elderly yet feisty woman who, despite her age, still goes bungee-jumping, and Edna invites Danny and Becky to jump with her.

While Danny declines, Becky accepts Edna’s offer, as she is inspired to add some spice to her own life with this new experience (which she sees as thrilling). But Jesse, who ironically has always been a bit of a risk-taker himself, hits the roof when Becky decides to accept Edna’s invitation and get the crew of Wake Up, San Francisco to videotape the jump.

Jesse does his best to talk her out of it, but his efforts only result in friction between them. Finally, after a talk with Joey about it, Jesse decides that Becky does want to spice up her life; he and Becky then end up doing the jump together.

Meanwhile, Joey accidentally wins two tickets to a Counting Crows concert, and he decides to give the tickets to D.J. and Stephanie. However, Michelle feels like she is always being left out while her sisters get to do things they find to be ‘cool’. So, to be included for once, Michelle gets D.J. roped into taking her to the concert,...
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Opinion by itsrik posted over a year ago
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DJ Tanner: DJ is now 37. DJ works as a 5th grade teacher at Frasier Street Elementary. She married Steve in 1998 and they have 3 daoughters, Abigail "Abby" born 2001, Emily born 2005 and Lilly born 2010. She and her family move back into Danny's house.

Stephanie Tanner: Steph is now 32. Stephanie works has a dance teacher. She got married in 2012. She is pregnet with her first baby. She is due to give birth next month. It's a girl. She wants to name her Ashley.

Michelle Tanner: Michelle is 28. Michelle works as a 6th grade teacher at Dimaggio Junior High. She never married nor at any kids
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Intruding on DJ's date
Most (but not all) fathers usually often cringe when it comes to the prospect of their teenage daughters dating. One reason for that is because they often remember what it was like to be a teenage boy themselves, as well as being subjected to having to meet their dates’ parents, especially the father.

Danny Tanner is no exception to this, of course.

Jesse’s recording studio is used by “The Funky Tongues”, the hottest band in D.J.’s school.

Jesse, Rebecca, Danny and Joey then start preparing to go to a local awards ceremony where Wake Up, San Francisco and Ranger Joe have been nominated. Danny is bothered by the fact that Wake Up, San Francisco gets beat almost every year by Up and at ‘em, Oakland.

“I don’t know what people see in that show,” he says.

“Cheerleaders wrestling in a syrup pit?” Becky replies.

As D.J. has a date, Jesse and Becky, after some persuasion on Becky’s part, decide to let Stephanie, Michelle and Kimmy baby-sit the twins. D.J.’s date shows up, and it’s Pete, the lead singer of “The Funky Tongues”. Pete takes D.J. to a drive-in movie...
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Michelle Tanner ready to make some more lemonade
Remember how you used to be lucky if you got some money selling ice-cold drinks on a hot day? Well, in this Full House episode, Michelle Tanner does just that, and she earns a lot of money. However, what she buys with it displeases the whole family (which was Danny and Jesse at first)…

Jesse and Joey are trying to come up with a contest to have on their radio show, “Rush Hour Renegades”, and the subject of TV theme songs is brought up by Joey, with the idea of asking listeners if they know the lyrics to a certain theme song. Nicky and Alex like it when Jesse starts singing the theme song for the show Three’s Company, in response to Joey’s idea. Michelle has been selling lemonade on an extremely hot day, and surprisingly, she has earned $221. Danny has a painting of his great-great grandfather, General Cornwall Tanner, enlarged and completely restored.

Stephanie: So, how’d your little lemonade business go?
Michelle: Not bad. I made $221. (Stephanie, D.J., and Kimmy are surprised)
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Fan fiction by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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DJ and her tormentors
Saturday steppin’ into the club
Music makes me wanna tell the DJ “Turn It Up”
I feel the energy all around
And my body can’t stop moving to the sound
But I can tell that you’re watching me
And you're probably gonna write what you didn’t see
Well I just need a little space to breathe
Can you please respect my privacy

Twelve-year-old Donna Jo Margaret Tanner – DJ for short – was sitting at her desk in her sixth period Spanish class, feeling very angry that afternoon at Van Atta Junior High. The reason why was the bully Colleen and her gang of girls; it was like they were the rulers of the school or something.

If only she knew a good word she could call them in Spanish...

It had been a very bad day for DJ right from the start. As she had walked down the halls to her first class, Colleen and her cronies were standing there off to the side. They looked her up and down. DJ stopped and turned to them. Then Colleen stepped up to her.
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Chatting by using a phone
Let’s face it. Have you ever had a best friend who everyone else saw as annoying except you? How many people are disliked by their best friend’s family? I can think of one: Kimberly Louise “Kimmy” Gibbler, best friend to Donna Jo “D.J.” Tanner on “Full House” (1987-1995).

Disliked by everyone in the Tanner family except D.J., Kimmy is that kind of best friend.

While some members of the Tanner household can tolerate her, other members can’t stand her. Stephanie in particular dislikes Kimmy, who in turn teases her back quite a bit in the early seasons. Kimmy is not above teasing the other Tanners also, calling Jesse “Hairboy” because of his perfect hair at times and calling Danny “Mr. T” (which he sometimes doesn’t seem to mind a bit), and going so far as to play “Breaking Up is Hard to Do” on their organ in the episode “Is It True about Stephanie?” in Season 7. However, the Tanners’ biggest fear is her removing her socks, as her stinky feet (which became a running gag during the later seasons) are her biggest means of torture for anyone.
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Oh, the tween angst! It’s the first day of junior high for D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) and she’s learning the hard way that she’s not in elementary school anymore.

The new school year is starting. Stephanie, who is entering 2nd grade, is the only Tanner left in her school, and she expects her first day of school to turn out badly. But instead, against her expectations, it turns out to be a good day for her (including being chosen as the Room 7 official fish feeder).

The same can’t be said for D.J., who is entering 7th grade, which is a step closer to becoming a teenager. On her first day at Van Atta Junior High, D.J. is separated from her best friend Kimmy except for sixth period Spanish, gets humiliated by a mean girl named Colleen and her gang (who are dressed like tarts), discovers that she’s wearing the same outfit as Mrs. Agbabian, the annoying lunch lady, and has to eat lunch in a phone booth.

The next morning, D.J., along with Kimmy, decides to put on makeup. The reason why is because she believes the only way to fit in among the other students is to do what virtually the other 7th graders are doing when they put...
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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Michelle and her class are going on a field trip to a local Museum of Natural History and Danny is one of the chaperones. When the other chaperone, Ms. Gwelch, cancels because of illness, Danny finds himself in over his head with being the only adult in charge of sixteen kids.

Desperate to find a replacement before the trip, he persuades Jesse to come along. However, Danny’s feelings are hurt when Michelle chooses to be in Jesse’s group instead of his.

At the museum, Danny acts like a drill sergeant by constantly making up new rules and keeps his group on a tight leash. Jesse, on the other hand, lets his kids run wild throughout the exhibits. Danny also treats Jesse coldly and constantly lectures him on how to handle things, creating more tension between the two. While in the dinosaur exhibit, Michelle and Denise start playing a game of tag and accidentally knock over most of a $4,000,000 skeleton, effectively ending the field trip when the museum kicks them out.
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Fan fiction by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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DJ feeling embarrassed
My Problem

Fifteen-year-old Donna Jo “DJ” Tanner was in her bedroom, thinking over the events of the day. That evening, her father Danny had taken DJ, her sisters, ten-year-old Stephanie and five-year-old Michelle and his best friend Joey Gladstone, out for what he referred to as “Tanner Family Fun Night”. DJ had wanted burgers; for Joey, it was pizza. Stephanie preferred tacos, and Michelle had a craving for chocolate cake.

However, much to the family’s surprise (and DJ’s displeasure), Danny had taken them to a family restaurant where the theme was pirates, and the food that was served there was seafood, and it was barely edible. To make matters worse, DJ’s classmate Shelly Phillips had also come to the restaurant. She had spotted DJ and pointed her out to the guys that were with her and whispering at the same time.

[i]“Are my friends looking at me?” DJ asked fearfully.

“DJ,” said Danny, “nobody is looking at you.” He looked over at Shelly Phillips and her friends, who were indeed looking at DJ and her family. Shelly was pointing at them and whispering while smiling also. DJ noticed this...
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Article by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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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.

D.J. handles many tough situations with general ease. Although she would get upset at times over her father prying into her affairs or otherwise embarrassing her, she is always quick to apologize when she has acted rudely. D.J. would sometimes get very mad or frustrated when it came to the limits her father placed on her. In many episodes, and in her own typical fashion, she would ignore those limits. Nonetheless, she would eventually learn her lesson (although it was usually the hard way).
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Review by FanFic_Girl_26 posted over a year ago
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DJ on getting an F in science
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.

DJ desperately wants to buy an expensive pair of shoes ($160 for both shoes), so when she doesn’t get the money from Danny, she asks Danny to let her get a part-time job so she can earn enough money to get the shoes. Danny lets DJ start working for a photographer named Jack at the mall. Her job is to make reluctant kids smile for the camera. Danny allows DJ to have the job under one condition: she must make sure her grades stay smooth. However, this is easier said than done, as DJ’s science grade has been suffering lately. But she believes that the job will not only get her enough money to buy the shoes, but also will prove to Danny that she is...
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Fan fiction by MJFan232 posted over a year ago
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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 wonderment and magic, what it’s all about.”)

Disclaimer: Genius Jeff Franklin owns Full House. I own the fanfics I cook up from time to time.

Nothing Wrong with Being a Kid

Donna Jo “DJ” Tanner, fourteen, was in her bedroom sitting on her bed with her chin in her hands, thinking over the conversation she had just had with her father, Danny. Because of her being too focused on her job and her other classes, she didn’t have enough time to study for her science test, and had gotten an “F” on the test as a result. Then the sticky...
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Article by lilylove89 posted over a year ago
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After Danny Tanner's wife Pam is killed in a collision by a drunk driver, he recruits his rock musician brother-in-law Jesse and quirky comedian best friend Joey to help him raise his three daughters: D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle, in his San Francisco home. Over time, the three men as well as the children bond and become closer to one another.

Initially, Jesse is uncertain if his life is going in the right direction after making the life-altering decision to help raise the girls. In season two, Danny becomes host of a local television morning show. His co-host, Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, starts dating Jesse, and eventually becomes his wife and joins the household. The family finds a dog and keeps one of her puppies, Comet, as a pet. Finally, Jesse and Becky have twin sons, Nicky and Alex, who become additions to the family. Two notable additional characters are Kimmy Gibbler, D.J.'s best friend and the Tanner family's annoying neighbor, and Steve Hale, D.J.'s boyfriend.
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season eight of Full House was supposed to have been the occasion that one of the two Olsen twins (Ashley and Mary-Kate) was to take over the role of Michelle Tanner, youngest daughter of San Francisco TV host Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), on a full-time basis. Previously, both girls had shared the role, but now the time had come for one girl to remain and another to leave the series. But thanks to the intervention of co-star John Stamos (who played Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis), both Olsen girls continued alternating in the role of Michelle -- and both were given special billing at the beginning of each episode. This was the major event of Full House's eighth and final network season, though there were plenty of other highlights. In the season opener, rock-star wannabe Jesse is unceremoniously fired by his own back-up band -- and later replaced by Brady Bunch regular Barry Williams. Also, Jesse's twin children, Nicky and Alex (Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit), are poised to begin pre-school, provided their over protective parents allowed this rite of passage. Danny continues fretting over his oldest daughter D.J. (Candace Cameron) and her choice of dates, notably the...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season six of Full House had ended with widowed dad Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) proposing marriage to his longtime girlfriend, Vicky Larson (Gail Edwards). But during the summer hiatus, the series' producers had second thoughts about tinkering with the series' "single parent" premise, thus by the middle of season seven, Danny and Vicky have come to an amicable parting of the ways. Meanwhile, Danny's three daughters -- D.J. (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) all grow a little older and a lot more independent-minded. As for Alex and Nicky (Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit), twin children of Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos) and his wife, Becky (Lori Loughlin), they are now undergoing "the terrible twos" -- with chaotic results. So what else happens during the series' sixth year on the air? Well, D.J. breaks up with her college film student boyfriend, Steve (Scott Weinger); Jesse inherits "The Smash Club," which he hopes to transform into Frisco's trendiest nightspot; Jesse's grandfather (Jack Kruschen) pays a visit -- and promptly drops dead; Danny's daughters learn a valuable lesson when a...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season six of Full House is jam-packed with incident for the Tanner household: widowed San Francisco TV host Danny Tanner (Bob Saget); his three daughters Stephanie (Candace Cameron), D.J. (Lori Loughlin), and Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen); his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), Jesse's wife, Becky (Lori Loughlin) and their twin babies, Alex and Nicky (now played by real-life twins Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit); and Danny's comedian pal Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier). The season opens as D.J. returns from a summer study program in Barcelona -- with a new boyfriend, the slightly older Steve Hale (Scott Weinger), in town. Meanwhile, Jesse continues touring America and the world with his singing group "The Rippers," capitalizing on his surprise song hit, "Forever." And Danny and his girlfriend Vicky Larson (Gail Edwards) are still weighing the option of making their relationship permanent. In other sixth-season highlights, Mark Linn Baker guest stars as Becky's snooty millionaire cousin Dick Donaldson; little Michelle goes to great lengths to prevent her best friend, Teddy (Tahj Mowry), from moving to Amarillo; Stephanie's homemade ear-piercing...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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The recurring role of 14-year-old Kimmy Gibbler graduates to co-star status as actress Andrea Barber is finally billed among the regulars at the beginning of each episode as Full House enters its fifth season. In other major developments, widowed dad Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) falls in love with Vicky Larson (Gail Edwards), who is filling in as substitute host on Danny's TV show "Wake Up San Francisco" while Becky Donaldson (Lori Loughlin), the wife of Danny's brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), is on maternity leave. As for Becky, she gives birth to twins during a two-part episode, going into labor during the birthday party of Danny's youngest daughter, Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). The babies are named Alex and Nicky, but the infants playing the roles are not yet afforded screen credit.
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season four of Full House opens with a visit from the Greek grandparents of rock star wannabe Jesse Cochran (John Stamos). In fact, Jesse is center of attention in several episodes this season, notably when he and his longtime girlfriend, Becky Donaldson (Lori Loughlin), finally get married; and, in the season finale, when Becky's pregnancy test comes back positive. Additionally, Jesse decides to be true to his Greek roots, thus he reverts to his family name of Katsopolis. This doesn't mean that the series' other regulars are ignored. There is still plenty of time left over for widowed San Francisco TV personality Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his efforts to raise his three growing daughters: 13-year-old D.J. (Candace Cameron), eight-year-old Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin, who this season shows up with her new straight hairdo); and four-year-old Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). Also provided with ample screen time is Danny's best buddy, aspiring comedian Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), especially in the episodes wherein Joey reluctantly chaperones Stephanie's slumber party, and when he gets another "big break" as a regular on a TV sitcom starring former beach movie...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season three of Full House finds Lori Loughlin matriculating from "recurring" to "regular" status in the role of Becky Donaldson, co-host of Danny Tanner's (Bob Saget) San Francisco TV show and sweetheart of Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran (John Stamos). No, Becky and Jesse did not get married at the end of season two, but that doesn't mean they aren't still considering it. Elsewhere, the widowed Danny continues functioning as both father and mother to his three growing daughters -- 12 year old D.J. (Candace Cameron), seven-year-old Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and three-year-old Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) -- with the assistance of both Jesse and Danny's aspiring-comedian buddy Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier). Also, future Everybody Loves Raymond star Doris Roberts takes over from season one's Alice Hirson in the role of Danny's mother, Claire. Kicking off with a riotous Hawaiian vacation, the series' third season includes such highlights as D.J.'s first kiss (at her 13th birthday party); Joey's "big break" on Star Search, hosted by Ed McMahon (playing -- who else? -- Ed McMahon); the girls getting a new puppy named Comet; Jesse's foolhardy...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Lori Loughlin joins the Full House cast for the series' second season in the role of Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, the new co-host of Danny Tanner's (Bob Saget) local TV series "Wake Up San Francisco." Before the season is over, Becky will have fallen in love with Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran (John Stamos), but whether or not she'll accept his season-ending proposal is left up in the air. Meanwhile, Jesse and Danny's comedian pal Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier) continue lending their helping hands as the widowed Danny tries to raise his daughters -- 11-year-old D.J. (Candace Cameron), six-year-old Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and three-year-old Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) -- without maternal assistance. This season's highlights include the introduction of Richard Paul as Danny's bombastic boss, Mr. Strowbridge, and the first appearance of John Aprea as Jesse's Greek father, Nick. Also worth noting is the crisis developing around the 12th birthday party of D.J.'s best friend, Kimmy Gibler (Andrea Barber); the guys' Three Stooges costumes for a Halloween party; a "dream night" with the Beach Boys (as themselves); the episode "Our Very First Christmas,"...
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Review by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season one of Full House swiftly sets up both its premise and characters, as recently widowed San Francisco TV sportscaster Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) struggles to raise his three little daughters on his own. Helping out, sort of, are Danny's new roommates: his swinging, rock-star-wannabe brother-in-law Jesse Cochran (John Stamos) and his aspiring-comedian best friend, Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier). During this inaugural season, Danny's oldest daughter, Donna Jo (aka D.J., played by Candace Cameron) is ten years old, ready for the fifth grade; middle daughter Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) is five years old and just entering kindergarten; and baby daughter Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) is just two. Highlights of season one include the episodes in which Grandma Claire (Alice Hirson) wonders if Danny can juggle single parenthood and his burgeoning career; Baby Michelle makes Danny feel guilty by calling Uncle Jesse "Da da"; the family celebrates their first Thanksgiving without Danny's late wife; Jesse accidentally "drowns" Danny's beloved convertible; the whole family comes down with chicken pox; D.J. skips school to see her favorite singer, Stacy Q. (playing...
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Guide by lucaslove96 posted over a year ago
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Season 1, Episode 1: Our Very First Show
Original Air Date— 22 September 1987

When Danny Tanner's wife Pamela is killed in an auto accident, he finds himself left all alone to raise his three daughters: D.J., Stephanie, and baby Michelle. Fortunately Danny's hair-obsessed, rock-star brother in-law Jesse Cochran, along with Danny's flamboyant, cartoon loving friend Joey Gladstone, move in to help Danny raise his girls. On the first day, D.J. runs away, and Jesse and Joey find extreme difficulty and anxiety in changing Michelle.

Season 1, Episode 2: Our Very First Night
Original Air Date— 25 September 1987

Jesse takes the rap for DJ and Stephenie after they take advantage of him and stay up too late. Michelle gets her first tooth.

Season 1, Episode 3: The First Day of School
Original Air Date— 2 October 1987

Danny, Jesse and Joey try to convince Stephanie that school is cool while DJ tries to make a clean escape!
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Review by watchfullhouse posted over a year ago
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MY REVIEW OF THE SITE link

I came across this site and it made me realize how popular this show was and that it has it's own online episode website after almost two decades since it was on the air! It's sad knowing that there aren't any shows being made similar to this genre of family comedy where my family and I were able to sit down on Friday nights and be able to watch a good few hours of comedy after dinner with lineups incluing ABC Family classics, Full House and Family Matters.

But make sure to check this site out if you can, I love the way they have every episode from every season available to watch! Enjoy!

FIVE STARS! For bringing this show back to all it's fans!

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Opinion by Vicky-Vardhan posted over a year ago
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* "Everywhere you look" *
By : "Jesse Frederick"
Whatever happened to Predictability.
The milkman, the paper boy, evening tv.?
How did I get delivered here.?
Somebody tell me Please.!
This old world's confusing me.
Clouds as mean as you've ever seen.
Ain't a bird who knows your tune.
Then a little voice inside you whispers.
"Don't sell your Dreams" so soon.
Everywhere you look
Everywhere you go
There's a heart
A hand to hold on to,
Everywhere you look
Everywhere you go
There's a face of
Somebody who needs you.
Everywhere you look
When you're lost out there & you're all alone.
A knight is waiting to carry you home.
Everywhere you look
Everywhere you go
-Vicky
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Opinion by Vicky-Vardhan posted over a year ago
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*Stephanie's 10th Birthday.!*
Telecast: January 14, 1992
Season: 5th
Episode: *Crushed*
On Stephanie's 10th Birthday,
She want that her Celebrity idol
Tommy Page,
Who was appering on her father's T.v talk Show "Wake up San Francisco"
Will Come to her Birthday Party.!
So Stephanie begs her dad Danny to invite Tommy Page on her birthday party.!
But Danny Refuse.!
Danny doesn't want Stephanie to Know is that he Secretly arranged for,
Tommy to be at the Stephanie's Birthday Party.!
Danny just want to Surprise Stephanie.!
Danny Brings Tommy, Home with him & Stephanie was Surprisely Shocked.!
Stephanie had Crushed On Tommy Page.! <3 <3 <3 <3
*Tommy Sing a Song in her honor*
Yes I understand that you'r not ready for me in your life,
Do you understand that leaving you is gonna cut my heart just like a knife.!
Though our roads may take a separate place some where down the line,
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Opinion by Vicky-Vardhan posted over a year ago
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The Full House Show always In My Heart Forever.!
First Telecast : 22 September 1987
Last Telecast : 23 May 1995
Seasons : 8 Full öf Entertainment
Episödes : 192 Awesome.!
Awards : 16 Won.!
Place: SanFrancisco California USA*
*Created By: Jeff Franklin*
1:) Danny Tanner - Bob Saget
2:) Joey Gladstöne - Dave Coulier
3:) Jesse Katsopolis - John Stamos
4:) Rebecca Donaldson - Lori Loughlin
5:) D.J Tanner - Candace Cameron
6:) Kimmy Gibbler - Andrea Barber
7:) Stephanie Tanner - Jodie Sweetin
8:) Michelle Tanner - Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen
**COMET -DOG**
I Löve Them All.! <3 <3 <3 <3
Thanks 2 all öf them Full House Cast & Crew fröm Bottöm of My Heart.! <3 <3 <3 <3
*Full House*
When I first Saw full house that's Really Töuch My Heart.!
Danny Tanner's Wife 'Pam' Died in Car Accident.! Sö He needs help Raising his Three Daughters.!
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Opinion by sk8ergirl08 posted over a year ago
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THE SHOW FULL HOUSE IS AMAZING!! I JUST CANT BELIVE THEY LASTED LONG TIME! 7 SEASEONS WOW. I LUV MOSTLY ALL OF THE SEASONS! PLUS JESSE WAS SOO HOTTIE!! I WOULD DATE HIM IF HE WAS YOUNGER HEHE. PLUS THE OLSEN TWINS WERE SOO CUTE WHEN THEY WERE LITTLE AND THEY PLAYED GOOD ACTRESS IN THAT SHOW WHEN THEY WERE LITTLE BABIES AND LITTLE KIDS. I HAVE SEASON 1 BUT I AM GOING TO GET ALL OF THEM SOON!! I WATCHED THE FIRST SEASON YESTERDAY AND I LUV GOING BACK AND WATCHIG THEM THEIR SOO FUNNY AND CUTE EPSIODES!! ABOUT STEPHAINE TANNER SHES DOLL IN THAT AND DJ WAS CUTE!! THEY WERE NOT EVEN TROUBLE MAKERS WELL LITTLE BIT THEY WERE IN THE 1ST SEASON! WELL ANWAYS WAT DO U GUYS THINK GIVE ME COMMENT AND LET ME KNOW ABOUT WAT U THINK.. ANYWAYS THE WHOLE SEASONS WERE ALL GREAT I HAVE TO SAY! MY FAV CHARTCTER IN THE SHOW THEIR ARE ALL AWESOME SOO I CANT CHOOSE BUT I MITE HAVE TO SAY ALL OF THEM LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO UM ANWAYS LET ME KNOW WAT U THINK ABOUT FULL HOUSE??????? I'LL COMMENT U BACK!!
L9ER PPL
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Opinion by Jonapello23 posted over a year ago
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The Full House spot is really starting to take off, but we need to add more content to get that competitive edge. I f anybody has any videos about Full House or has a good idea for a question, please submit them. everything helps!
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