The following is a list of episodes for the television show Full House. In total, there were 192 episodes filmed for the show over the course of its eight seasons, from 1987-95. Full House is a situation comedy show chronicles a widowed father's struggles of raising his three young daughters and the lives that they have touched. The patriarch of the family, Danny (Bob Saget), invites his brother-in-law Jesse (John Stamos) and his best friend Joey (Dave Coulier), to help raise his children (Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin, and Mary Kate/Ashley Olsen), after his wife was killed during an automobile accident involving a drunk driver. After episodes 88 and 89, Jesse marries and he and his wife, Becky (Lori Loughlin), move into the attic. Then, after episodes 104 and 105, Becky and Jesse have twin babies named Nicky and Alex (Daniel and Kevin Renteria/Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit). The series ends with episode 192, "Michelle Rides Again Part 2", when Michelle loses her memory and the family tries to restore it.
|Season||Episodes||Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1 DVD release date|
|1||22||September 22, 1987||May 6, 1988||February 8, 2005|
|2||22||October 14, 1988||May 5, 1989||December 6, 2005|
|3||24||September 22, 1989||May 4, 1990||April 4, 2006|
|4||26||September 21, 1990||May 3, 1991||August 15, 2006|
|5||26||September 17, 1991||May 12, 1992||December 12, 2006|
|6||24||September 22, 1992||May 18, 1993||March 27, 2007|
|7||24||September 14, 1993||May 17, 1994||August 7, 2007|
|8||24||September 27, 1994||May 23, 1995||November 6, 2007|
Full House Series
Season 1: 1987–1988
The first season consisted of 22 episodes that aired between September 22, 1987 and May 6, 1988.
|Full House Season 1|
|Episodes (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|1 (101)||"Our Very First Show"||September 22, 1987|
| Pilot episode. A car crash three months earlier killed his wife Pam leaving Danny Tanner with the task of raising his three daughters on his own. When his mother Claire must go back to Seattle, Danny asks his brother-in-law Jesse Cochran/Katsopolis and childhood friend Joey Gladstone to move in in order to help him take care of the girls: 10 year old DJ, 5 year old Stephanie, and baby Michelle. Joey and Jesse's first day as dads includes that harrowing rite of passage: changing a diaper.
Note: The pilot was originally shot with John Posey as Danny, but when Bob Saget (the producers' first choice for the role) became available, they re-shot the pilot with Saget. The original unaired pilot with Posey is included on the Complete First Season DVD set and Complete Series DVD set.
|2 (102)||"Our Very First Night"||September 27, 1987|
|Jesse has to stay with the girls, and the girls lie to Jesse as they say they are allowed to stay up late, and Jesse has a band rehearsal, so he invites the band over.|
|3 (103)||"The First Day of School"||October 2, 1987|
| Stephanie's afraid of going to kindergarten, so Danny, Joey and Jesse join a hesitant Stephanie for her first day of school.
Note: First onscreen appearance of Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler
|4 (104)||"The Return of Grandma"||October 9, 1987|
| When Grandma Tanner visits the Tanner house and realizes that it's so messy, she invites Joey and Jesse's mothers to come over as well. The guys' mothers threaten to move in unless the house gets clean.
Note: This is Alice Hirson's last appearance on the show as Claire Tanner; she was later replaced by Doris Roberts in the third-season episode "Granny Tanny." Jesse's mother Irene was first played by Rhoda Gemignani before being replaced by actress Yvonne Wilder.
|5 (105)||"Sea Cruise"||October 16, 1987|
|A male-bonding fishing trip turns into a party cruise.|
|6 (106)||"Daddy's Home"||October 23, 1987|
|Danny is waiting desperately for Michelle to say Da-Da, and when she finally does, it's to Jesse and Joey. Fearing that his long work hours are negatively impacting his relationship with his children, Danny takes the girls on a string of Father/Daughter outings. Jesse, meanwhile, reluctantly agrees to give Joey some lessons on how to be cool, but the process turns out to be more strenuous that they expected, after Joey borrows Jesse's motorcycle and doesn't come back until the next day.|
|7 (107)||"Knock Yourself Out"||October 30, 1987|
|Danny messes up tryout as a boxing announcer when he reveals private information about a boxer. Meanwhile, Joey and Jesse are KO'd by a bantamweight: Michelle.|
|8 (108)||"Jesse's Girl"||November 6, 1987|
|With a fierce thunderstorm keeping everybody awake at night, the kids are curious to know why Jesse looks ready to attack Joey with a baseball bat. So begins a flashback story from earlier that day, when Jesse's gorgeous guitar student ends up locking lips with Joey. Over the course of this crazy day, Joey ends up re-enacting The Wizard of Oz (1939 film)|
|9 (109)||"The Miracle of Thanksgiving"||November 20, 1987|
|When his first Thanksgiving without his wife Pam arrives, Danny is determined to make the day extra special for his daughters. When Grandma is unable to make it, the men are inspired to make restaurant reservations, but DJ and Stephanie encourage them to have the traditional festivities at home. The results involve a frozen turkey, a smashed pumpkin pie, and lots of tears, but the biggest challenge of all is with a certain family member who has not yet come to terms with Pam's death.|
|10 (110)||"Joey's Place"||December 4, 1987|
|Joey has always been a good sport about living in a tiny alcove in the living room, but he needs to practice and he just can't seem to find a place except the garage, where D.J starts to notice how much Joey needs his own room. Then Joey gets to go on a comedy tour for 2 weeks, so the family thinks it's a perfect time to get Joey his own place. Since Joey is gone, Jesse has to take care of everything Joey had to. When Joey gets back he discovers that they made him his own room in the garage, which includes his old stuff from his mom's house.|
|11 (111)||"The Big Three-O"||December 11, 1987|
|As his 30th birthday approaches, Danny makes it clear to Jesse and Joey that he hates surprises and does not want a party, but what's the fun of having friends if they don't mix things up every once in a while? As Jesse, Joey, and the kids plan an extravagant bash, the guys' decision to purchase some new seat covers for Danny's beloved car ends up creating utter disaster and "Bullet" ends up in the San Francisco Bay. Jesse and Joey want to make up for it and buy him a new car that looks just like Bullet, but just as they are about to buy it, Joey and Jesse have to fight an unknown caller to get Danny's car.|
|12 (112)||"Our Very First Promo"||December 18, 1987|
| The station where Danny works is filming promos showing the members of their news team at home, which means a camera crew will be coming to the house. Everything seems to be in place when a woman named Ronnie shows up at the house for the filming, but Danny is perplexed when her methods of producing spicy television include dressing Jesse up as an English maid, having perfect French girls, replacing sweet baby Michelle with an unknown adopted 3-year-old, and completely removing Joey from the picture, so Danny needs to tell Ronnie off and show the viewers the real Tanner family. As all this is going on, Jesse and Joey try hard to locate the source of some strange animal noises in the house, which turns out to be a ferret.
Note: This episode chronicologically comes before "Joey's Place". Belita Moreno guest stars as Ronnie.
|13 (113)||"Sisterly Love"||January 8, 1988|
|DJ auditions for a cereal television commercial. At her audition, Stephanie comes along and plays with her cereal, and the people like her, giving Stephanie the part instead of DJ, which leads to some sibling rivalry back at home.|
|14 (114)||"Half a Love Story"||January 15, 1988|
|At the TV station, Jesse meets Danny's co-worker Robin Winslow, who is also an old friend of Danny's, and Jesse uses Michelle's cuteness to get a date with Robin. When Jesse comes home later that day, Robin is also there - then Jill, another woman Jesse used Michelle's cuteness to get a date with, shows up. This is when things become complicated, because Robin is now reluctant to date Jesse. Robin is willing to bet that Jesse has never had a relationship with a woman last any more than three or four months, because Robin has dated Jesse's type before and ended up hurt by the quick break-up every time, and she doesn't want that to happen again. Jesse and Robin became friends.|
|15 (115)||"A Pox in Our House"||January 29, 1988|
|When Stephanie catches the chicken pox, it quickly spreads to Jesse, who thought he already caught it as a child, and Joey, who previously spent his whole life believing that he is actually immune to chicken pox (despite later, in "Viva Las Joey", his father saying Joey got them at age 3). With an important sportscasting gig where he gets to interview the Golden State Warriors and maybe play in the game and a baby who shouldn't get chicken pox, he really needs a sitter. Just when Danny is going to give up, D.J. returns home from a slumber party she planned to attend and babysits the family.|
|16 (116)||"But Seriously, Folks"||February 5, 1988|
| As D.J. works vigorously at her guitar lessons with Jesse, Joey eagerly preps for an upcoming gig at a local night club. The entire family comes out to support him, but with some talent scouts present, Joey faces public humiliation after Phyllis Diller takes over his slot, and hogs the show. As a result, Joey decides to put an end in his comedic career. In the wake of this revelation, he makes an overnight decision to put on a fancy suit, change his name to Joe, and become a serious businessman. Now that he is walking around with a briefcase and calling himself a comic failure, D.J., who has been struggling with her music lessons, follows Joey's lead and quits (only in her case, it's the guitar). Now that his behavior is impacting the kids he loves, will Joey be motivated to re-examine his recent choices?
Note: Phyllis Diller guest stars as herself.
|17 (117)||"Danny's Very First Date"||February 12, 1988|
|Danny develops an instant fondness for Linda, Stephanie's beautiful Honeybee troop leader. When she asks him on a date, the only things standing in his way are his two older daughters, who are not too happy about Danny's decision to date again. Willing to respect his children's feelings over romance, a very disappointed Danny calls the date off, but after having a little chat with Jesse and Joey, the girls confront Danny directly with the truth about their confusion and anger. Meanwhile, Jesse and Joey are trying to put together an indoor playground in the living room for baby Michelle, which she ends up not liking.|
|18 (118)||"Just One of the Guys"||March 4, 1988|
| When Danny's 17-year-old nephew Steve (Kirk Cameron, Candace's own brother) comes for a visit, DJ is especially excited about hanging out with him again. Unfortunately, while DJ absolutely idolizes her older cousin, she is disappointed to find that not only has he grown up a lot in recent years, but instead of ice-skating with her like the good old days, he is more interested in doing the typical guy stuff with Danny, Jesse, and Joey. DJ discovers for the first time that it's never easy to feel left out. However, as the situation worsens, DJ decides it`s time to be one of the guys.
Goof: In the middle of the show, DJ asks Steve if he wanted to go ice skating tomorrow, and he says he can't. Then DJ asks him if he could go tomorrow again.
|19 (119)||"The Seven-Month Itch (Part 1)"||March 11, 1988|
|The fact that Danny and Joey and the girls are going to Disneyland in Anaheim delights Jesse, who has been waiting to spend a romantic weekend alone with his girlfriend Samantha, but when Danny and Joey and the girls return home because the airplane couldn't take off in fog, it wrecks Jesse's plans to spend time alone with Samantha. Jesse complains that he has zero privacy in this house. This also affects Stephanie, who wants to go to Disneyland. On the next morning, Danny and Joey discover a note on Jesse's empty bed - Jesse, fed up with his lack of privacy, has left to be on his own for a while, and he doesn't know when he'll be back, or if he'll be back.|
|20 (120)||"The Seven-Month Itch (Part 2)"||March 18, 1988|
|Waking up to find Jesse gone is a shock for everyone, but things get even messier as Danny and Joey try their best to hide the truth from the kids. After forcing Danny to admit that Jesse is considering moving out, DJ passes the news along to her younger sisters, and since the adults claim that they can't do anything about the situation, the girls join forces to get their uncle back home where he belongs. So they call the cabin Jesse is staying at and tells them that Michelle is coughing and Jesse is the only one to give her her cough medicine, and although Jesse is a pretty tough guy, let's just say that his little nieces are very familiar with his notorious weak spot.|
|21 (121)||"Mad Money"||April 29, 1988|
|Joey's mother Mindy has found an old $5000 savings bond in her safe deposit box, and the savings bond has Joey's name on it. When Joey receives the money, he starts spending it left and right. At the same time, Danny tries to collect an 11-year-old debt from Joey - 11 years ago on March 12, 1977, in Palm Springs - , Joey's car broke down yet again, and Danny lent Joey his last $800 to get the car fixed, and now that Joey has come into enough money, Danny asks Joey to fork over $800 of it in order to cover the debt, leading to a feud between Danny and Joey. Meanwhile, Jesse is working as an Elvis Presley impersonator in order to make some extra money because he needs enough money for he and the Rippers to record a demo, but he doesn't want the family to know that he's working as an Elvis impersonator. But they end up finding out and go to one of the shows and Jesse not only gives an awesome performance, he also takes home a Marilyn Monroe look-a-like.|
|22 (222)||"D.J. Tanner's Day Off"||May 6, 1988|
|When DJ hears that her favorite singer Stacey Q will be at a local mall to give out autographs, and knowing that it would mean meeting Stacy Q in person, DJ wants an autograph, and she'll do absolutely anything, no matter what it takes, to make it happen. Problem is, the signings are scheduled to take place during school hours, so DJ decides to secretly skip a day of school to get the autograph. DJ gets Jesse to mention how he once secretly and successfully skipped a day from school, and DJ pulls that same trick on Jesse and Joey. DJ and Kimmy head to the mall and get in line to get an autograph - but they never expected Joey and Michelle to show up, because they didn't know that Joey had made plans to get the autograph for DJ and surprise her with it after school. Then, DJ gets busted, and Jesse and Joey must decide how to punish her and block Danny from learning of this so they could show Danny they are responsible, only to have Stephanie blow their cover.|
Season 2: 1988–1989
This is a list of episodes for the second season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company(aka ABC).
The second season consisted of 22 episodes that aired between October 14, 1988 and May 5, 1989.
|Full House Season 2|
|Episodes#(Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|23 (201)||"Cutting It Close"||October 14, 1988|
|While Stephanie is playing a pretend game of "hairdresser" with Jesse, she unintentionally chops off a chunk of Jesse's hair, so Jesse has to go to Alejandro, his actual hairdresser, to repair the damage. On his way back home, Jesse fails to see a road sign that says "severe tire damage". As a result, Jesse accidentally wrecks the motorcycle, and is treated for two broken arms. Stephanie blames herself for this, and the way Jesse is acting in the wake of the accident is not helping Stephanie feel any better.|
|24 (202)||"Tanner vs. Gibbler"||October 21, 1988|
| It's Kimmy's 12th birthday, and DJ has planned a surprise birthday party for Kimmy. When Stephanie slips up and mentions the party to Kimmy, Kimmy decides to bring her new friends Nina and Melissa, two older girls, to the party with her. Upon arriving, all Nina and Melissa want to do is invite a bunch of friends over to trash the house, so when DJ kicks Nina and Melissa out, Kimmy abandons the party and goes to the mall with Nina and Melissa, and this starts a feud between DJ and Kimmy. With help from Jesse and Joey, DJ and Kimmy end their feud, as Kimmy realizes that DJ doesn't want her to forget who her real friends are. Meanwhile, Danny is removed from his job as a sportscaster at the TV station, because the station needs a new pair of co-hosts for their morning show Wake Up, San Francisco. Danny is named as one of the hosts while his co-host is Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, who moved to San Francisco from her hometown of Valentine, Nebraska.
Note: First appearance of Lori Loughlin as Becky
|25 (203)||"It's Not My Job"||October 28, 1988|
| Jesse has made his first sale of an advertising jingle. As a result, Jesse tells his father, Nick Katsopolis, that he wants to leave the pest exterminator business that is run by Nick, and Nick is severely disappointed by this - so disappointed, that Nick loses his temper with Jesse and says that he is out of the family. Jesse and his mother Irene manage to talk some sense into Nick, who realizes that Jesse has a dream about making it in the music business, and Nick and Jesse work things out. Meanwhile, Stephanie is afraid to go to the dentist to get a tooth filled, and she's even more nervous when she's actually sitting on the chair that's in the examination room. Joey, who took her to the dentist, helps her beat her fear.
Note: Jesse's family name is changed from "Cochran" to "Katsopolis," for the remainder of the series.
|26 (204)||"D.J.'s Very First Horse"||November 4, 1988|
|As Danny and Becky shoot an episode of Wake Up, San Francisco at a local stable (complete with Danny milking an actual goat), DJ bonds immediately with Rocket, a sweet and gentle horse who appears to be in need of a loving owner. Aware that her father would not accept this kind of family pet, DJ joins forces with Kimmy to secretly earn the money and purchase Rocket. All is going well until Kimmy is unable to pay her share of the money at the last minute, and as DJ's buries herself deeper in the lies, she may soon be in a heap of trouble with her father.|
|27 (205)||"Jingle Hell"||November 11, 1988|
|When Jesse starts suffering from writer's block, Joey becomes an unlikely source for inspiration as Jesse prepares his latest commercial jingle. Upon realizing that he and Joey could work quite well together, Jesse convinces his buddy to become his partner in the advertising business, which works just fine until Joey alienates Jesse by making a foolish decision. Back at home, DJ and Stephanie's sisterly squabbles create excess noise in the Tanner household, and Danny devotes his time to potty training his youngest daughter.|
|28 (206)||"Beach Boy Bingo"||November 18, 1988|
| Danny is elated when the Beach Boys are slated to appear on his talk show, and with a musical group as timeless as this one, it's not difficult for the entire Tanner household to get in the spirit. Everyone is disappointed to learn that the guys must cancel their guest visit, but when DJ participates in a radio telephone contest, she is suddenly the lucky winner of a couple Beach Boys concert tickets. Unfortunately, with five eager family members and only one extra ticket, the stress of choosing someone may be too much for this 11-year-old to handle-so DJ gives up her ticket and tells Jesse and Danny to go. Both won`t accept it, and neither will DJ. So while they're arguing about who will go to the concert, Stephanie answers the phone and it turns out to be one of the Beach Boys, who invite the entire family to appear onstage with them, which they happily accept.
Goof: Michelle paints Danny's pant leg and says "peedy" (pretty), and Danny washes his leg. However, there was never any paint on his leg.
|29 (207)||"Joey Gets Tough"||November 25, 1988|
|While Danny and Jesse are out, Joey is left in charge of the girls. DJ and Stephanie want to stay up late so they can watch a Tiffany (singer) concert on TV. When Danny comes home and sees that they are up late watching the concert, Danny tells Joey that whenever Joey is at home alone with the girls, he needs to make them follow the rules of the house, so on the next day, DJ arrives home from karate class an hour late without telling Joey that she was with friends, practicing for an upcoming karate tournament, and Joey grounds DJ - for the weekend when the tournament is scheduled to take place. DJ becomes furious, angrily reminds Joey that he's not her father, and then storms off to the bedroom that she and Stephanie occupy. But the next day, she becomes even angrier when Danny and the rest of her family sides with Joey. Later, Joey explains that after her karate class during the hour when he didn't know where DJ was, he was scared to death. DJ agrees that she should have called and told Joey that she was going to arrive home later than usual, and Joey agrees to let DJ compete in the karate tournament, but she is still grounded the next weekend. Meanwhile, Jesse and The Rippers are scheduled to appear on Wake Up, San Francisco, where their appearance is messed up by Danny's boss, Mr. Strowbridge, who wants Danny to sing instead of Jesse.|
|30 (208)||"Triple Date"||December 9, 1988|
|Danny has a new girlfriend named Denise, and he invites Denise and her two friends Zoey and Cheryl for dinner so Zoey and Cheryl can get a nice meal. It turns out that Denise is a woman that Jesse once dated, that even named her dog after him, and this has Danny wondering if there could possibly be a woman in San Francisco that Jesse hasn't dated. Zoey doesn't like Joey's jokes, but Joey and Cheryl get along with each other just fine. Danny is depressed because Denise is still hung up on Jesse and she can't get her mind off of him because she thinks she and Jesse have an opportunity to get back together, until a talk with Jesse finally has Denise coming to her senses. Meanwhile, Stephanie causes DJ to accidentally drop Danny's wedding ring down the drain in the sink . With a little work, Zoey and the guys help DJ and Stephanie get the ring back, though their bathroom`s flooded.|
|31 (209)||"Our Very First Christmas Show"||December 16, 1988|
|The family is on a flight to Colorado to spend Christmas with some relatives, and this is a trip that Danny has spent months planning - but on the way to Colorado, a blizzard forces an emergency landing at an unfamiliar airport. The family is forced to spend Christmas in the baggage claim room, where everyone thinks Christmas is ruined this time around. Among the things that happen here are: Jesse's father Nick tries to get Jesse to kiss Becky under a mistletoe, D.J. is upset that the gifts that the family brought along on the flight with them are missing, and Michelle is afraid of Lionel (Sorrell Booke), a man who made her cry on the airplane because of his toupee. Jesse, becoming ever so frustrated by everyone's sour attitudes, speaks to the people in the baggage claim room about the real meaning of Christmas. Then Santa Claus shows up and shows the family where the missing gifts are, and it turns out that Lionel is Santa Claus.|
|32 (210)||"Middle Age Crazy"||January 6, 1989|
|Stephanie knows it's not easy being the middle child. The way things are going, Stephanie thinks that D.J. and Michelle are getting all of the attention. Jesse and Joey are working on a jingle until they start helping DJ with a science project, ignoring Stephanie's request for them to watch her break a hula-hoop record. Danny is trying to videotape Michelle for Wake Up, San Francisco, ignoring Stephanie's request for him to watch her break the hula-hoop record that she wanted Jesse and Joey to watch her break. Stephanie has had enough, and she believes that the only way she'll get out of this situation is if she is not living at home anymore, so she decides that she wants to marry her friend Harry. Then the guys come to their senses and realize how bad they've made Stephanie feel.|
|33 (211)||"A Little Romance"||January 13, 1989|
|After working hard to organize a charity benefit, Becky has only one thing left to do-find a few eligible bachelors who will agree to be auctioned off as dates for the event. Luckily, there are three men right in the Tanner house who just might be persuaded to participate! The evening is a success and even manages to run relatively smoothly-that is, until Jesse's extreme popularity with the ladies prompts a surprising reaction from Becky. Meanwhile, for a 6th grade girl, there is perhaps nothing more exciting than having a boyfriend for the first time, but when DJ earns the affections of handsome classmate Michael Montfort, she may also be headed for the inevitable pain of heartbreak.|
|34 (212)||"Fogged In"||January 20, 1989|
|Jesse and Joey have been up all night working on their latest jingle, which is for "Casa De Pancakes". When D.J. and Kimmy unknowingly erase the jingle from the tape it was recorded on by recording their version of "The Loco-Motion" on what they thought was a blank tape, Jesse loses his temper and yells at DJ and Kimmy. Upon realizing his mistake, Jesse buys DJ a drum set as an apology. Later, Jesse's father Nick shows up and tells Jesse that he and Jesse's mother Irene have been arguing, and Irene told Nick to go stay with Jesse for the time being, but the thick fog outside has forced Irene to stay at the Tanner house as well. The fog is also preventing a disappointed Joey and his girlfriend Cheryl from going on a skiing trip. Later, Jesse helps Nick and Irene patch things up, and this makes Jesse realize that he should have talked to DJ about her and Kimmy erasing the tape instead of yelling at her and trying to buy her forgiveness by buying the drum set for her. Danny allows DJ to keep the drum set, but tells her "the sticks have got to go!".|
|35 (213)||"Working Mothers"||February 3, 1989|
|It was obvious from the beginning that Jesse and Joey had a special knack as advertising partners, but they are forced to work extra hard when their boss demands a sharp, intelligent commercial idea that, if they are successful, could land them full-time jobs. Danny takes on more responsibility with the kids as Jesse and Joey devote increasing amounts of time to this important task, and when their boss approaches them once again with an exciting offer, there's more at stake than they originally anticipated.|
|36 (214)||"Little Shop of Sweaters"||February 10, 1989|
|When the three Tanner girls receive Valentine's Day presents from the guys, nobody is more excited than DJ, who receives a beautiful new sweater. When a little mishap at school tears it to shreds, DJ races to the mall with Stephanie and Kimmy for a quick replacement, only to discover that her savings don't quite match the item's expensive price. Desperate to help her sister, Stephanie takes the "Buy Now, Pay Later" concept a bit too literally and walks right out of the store with the unpaid sweater. Fearful about the prospect of going to jail, DJ and Stephanie come out with the truth, while Jesse plans to get serious with Becky.|
|37 (215)||"Pal Joey"||February 17, 1989|
|A little over a year and a half ago, when Jesse and Joey moved into the house, Jesse and Joey didn't exactly get along with each other very well at the beginning, but since then, they have become good friends. However, it's making Danny feel left out because lately, Joey has been taking Danny for granted. When Danny confronts Joey, they remember the day they became friends back in the 5th grade on February 23, 1968, when they protected each other from a bully named Sheldon. When Danny and Joey head to the school where this happened 21 years ago, they literally unearth the pledge they signed, which was a pledge to always be friends. Joey apologizes for taking their friendship for granted, and then he and Danny call Jesse to the school so Jesse can add his name to the pledge. Meanwhile, Stephanie's friend Harry has a crush on DJ, leading Stephanie to accuse DJ of stealing her friend.|
|38 (216)||"Baby Love"||February 24, 1989|
| Rebecca's younger sister Connie Anderson has arrived for a visit, and she has brought her son Howie, who is a year older than Michelle, with her. Michelle and Howie become best friends, but when it comes time for Connie and Howie to go back home to Nebraska, it gives Michelle what seems like an incurable case of heartbreak. The guys try to cheer Michelle up, but to no avail. On the next day, Jesse takes Michelle to his bedroom, and he plays a song for Michelle, and manages to coax a smile out of her, but she still loves Howie. Fortunately, Rebecca takes care of that by videotaping Howie at the airport, and when Michelle watches the tape, the tape makes it look like Howie is talking to Michelle. After watching the tape, Michelle feels a lot better, and Jesse comments that Rebecca would be a great mother. Meanwhile, Stephanie has a hard night after watching The Wolf Man with DJ and Kimmy.
Goof: At the beginning of the show, Jesse says that Rebecca will wink at him once to indicate that they have a date, and twice if they don't. However, Rebecca winks at him twice and Jesse exclaims that they have a date.
|39 (217)||"El Problema Grande de D.J."||March 10, 1989|
|While DJ's most recent report card is sparkling with A's, a shocking D in Spanish language is enough to send Danny to her foreign language instructor for a little conference. Pressed on by DJ to get the grade changed, Danny finds himself in a difficult situation when Senorita Mosley apparently has the hots for him. Then when they are at DJ`s house tutoring DJ, they start kissing the exact time DJ`s whole class come in through the kitchen door. An embarrassed DJ storms up to her room in anger and frustration. Meanwhile, when Jesse and Joey's boss needs an adorable toddler to shoot a marshmallow commercial, they know the perfect kid to fit the bill: little sweet Michelle. Jesse and Joey are ecstatic when they hear that Michelle will be able to do the commercial. But when Jesse overfeeds her with marshmallows as practice, she no longer wants to eat marshmallows when it comes time for the commercial.|
|40 (218)||"Goodbye Mr. Bear"||March 24, 1989|
|It's time for the annual spring cleaning, which has become one of Danny's favorite times of the year. During the course of things, Jesse learns what "little cause, big effect" means when he accidentally breaks a drawer handle in the kitchen, and ends up having to renovate the kitchen's entire network of cabinets and drawers because the broken handle's design has been discontinued. So he buys all new ones. But then the screws are too big and he has to drill bigger holes for them to fit. Unfortunately, it cracks the drawers and he gets a new design that doesn't go very well with the cabinet design that is in the kitchen, so Jesse buys cabinets that match. Meanwhile, Stephanie is frantic. It seems that Mr. Bear, the stuffed toy that the girls' mother, Pam Tanner, gave Stephanie on the day Pam brought newborn Michelle home from the hospital, is missing. Subconsciously, Stephanie doesn't want to lose Mr. Bear because it was a gift from Pam, and it reminds Stephanie of her. The family helps Stephanie look for Mr. Bear, but to no avail. Stephanie then suspects that Joey may have unintentionally given Mr. Bear away, but it turns out that Michelle has known where Mr. Bear is all along, because Michelle had hidden Mr. Bear. As the family is remembering Pam by watching home movies of Pam arriving home from the hospital with baby Michelle two years ago.|
|41 (219)||"Blast From the Past"||April 7, 1989|
|In college, Joey had a girlfriend named Patty Fogerty, who ended up leaving him for a guy named Michael Winchester. This left Joey devastated, because he wanted to marry Patty and spend the rest of his life with her. Now, years later , Patty tracks down Joey's bedroom phone number and calls him. Joey invites Patty over to the house, and Danny doesn't like this one bit, because he doesn't want to see Joey once again get hurt by Patty, who explains that she left Joey for Michael Winchester because she wanted more romance in her life and while she thought Joey was funny, she didn't think Joey was serious about settling down and having a real relationship. Realizing things have changed, Joey and Patty decide to start their relationship over completely clean. Meanwhile, Kimmy uses Stephanie and DJ as guinea pigs for a magic trick involving a pair of magician's handcuffs that belong to Kimmy's brother Garth, who is in Las Vegas metropolitan area. Kimmy does the trick and DJ and Stephanie are now cuffed to each other, and Kimmy realizes she doesn't know how to do the trick that is needed to remove them. An even bigger problem is that Garth has the key that unlocks the cuffs. But in the end, it turns out that Jesse knows how to unlock the cuffs because he had some when he was a kid.|
|42 (220)||"I'm There for You, Babe"||April 14, 1989|
|It's Jesse's 26th birthday, and it seems that everyone's trying to pull him in every direction at the same time. He's scheduled to coach DJ and Kimmy's soccer team in a game at 3:30pm, he and Joey are doing a jingle for a credit dentist commercial, Danny schedules Jesse to perform at the Smash Club in front of music critic Sam Battersby, Stephanie needs Jesse to bake 100 of his special cookies for a school bake sale, and Michelle needs Jesse to fix her jack-in-the-box toy. Jesse coaches the soccer team to a win, then Rebecca shows up at the house and asks Jesse to go with her to the wedding of her aunt's former son-in-law tomorrow, then Danny asks Jesse to fix his car. Jesse thinks he can handle it all, until he and the family go to the Smash Club and Jesse discovers that the Rippers didn't show up because he and the Rippers ended up booked for two gigs on the same night - the one at the Smash Club and one at the Holiday Inn in Sacramento, and the Rippers are in Sacramento without Jesse, so Jesse is forced to use the family as his makeshift bandmates because Jesse has always wanted to perform in front of Sam Battersby. Needless to say, it's a disaster. Jesse realizes that all of the things he has obligated himself to on this day are too much, and the family agrees, deciding to give Jesse a much needed break from it all.|
|43 (221)||"Luck Be a Lady (Part 1)"||April 28, 1989|
|The family goes to Lake Tahoe, where Danny and Becky will be doing a special episode of Wake Up, San Francisco. Joey gets lucky on a slot machine, but doesn't get the money because a videotape shows DJ pulling the machine's lever then ducking back to the other side of a barrier dividing the slot machine's from the table where Stephanie and DJ were while an unsuspecting Joey's back is turned. Joey didn't know it was DJ or Stephanie who pulled the lever, so of course he's surprised. Jesse is jealous because Becky can't get her mind off of movie star Todd Masters (Steve Bond), who is scheduled to be a guest on the special episode of Wake Up, San Francisco. Jesse makes it his mission to make Becky just as jealous so Becky will know how she's making Jesse feel, and then they have an argument in their hotel room. When they calm down, Jesse asks Becky to marry him, and Becky accepts the proposal.|
|44 (222)||"Luck Be a Lady (Part 2)"||May 5, 1989|
|Jesse and Becky want to get married as soon as possible - in one hour, without telling anyone until the wedding is over, but what they don't know is that DJ and Stephanie have decided to play detective and investigate Jesse and Rebecca. With a little work, DJ and Stephanie discover Becky and Jesse's plans to get married, and they tell Danny and Joey about it. Danny and Joey try to talk Jesse out of going through with the wedding so suddenly, but Jesse won't listen. During the ceremony, before they can be pronounced husband and wife, Becky gets cold feet and leaves Jesse at the altar, devastating Jesse. Later, after Jesse tells Becky how much she hurt him by leaving him at the altar, Becky apologizes and explains that there are a lot of things to think about and talk about before they can plan a wedding.|
Season 3: 1989–1990
This is a list of episodes for the third season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company (aka ABC).
The third season consisted of 24 episodes that aired between September 22, 1989 and May 4, 1990.
|Full House Season 3|
|Episodes (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|45 (301)||"Tanner Island"||September 22, 1989|
|To celebrate the two-year anniversary of the day when Jesse and Joey moved in, Danny surprises the family (and Becky) with a special trip to Hawaii. Everyone is looking forward to soaking up some rays and having a great time, but Danny's pre-planned Clipboard of Fun puts a bit of a damper on things. Joey is determined to connect with a beautiful hula dancer that he meets on the first day, and Becky is not too pleased when her Elvis-obsessed boyfriend behaves like a complete wannabe throughout the vacation. The family friction reaches a new level when everyone gets stranded on an island because they didn't tie the rope right on the boat (Gilligan's Island-style), and with the adults fighting practically every minute of the day, the kids might need to do a little role reversal with the grown-ups.|
|46 (302)||"Back to School Blues"||September 29, 1989|
|As the new school year begins, 2nd grader Stephanie is nervous about being without her older sister, who is now headed for junior high. Luckily, against Stephanie's expectations, it's a really good day. Unfortunately for DJ, 7th grade causes more than a few problems. Separated from her best friend and forced to eat lunch alone in a telephone booth after she is dressed like a teacher that everybody hates, she and Kimmy concoct a plan to fit in with the popular girls, but their methods don't exactly fly well with Danny, Joey, and Jesse. Meanwhile, to impress a client, Joey and Jesse dabble in some golf-a sport that does not exactly come naturally to Jesse.|
|47 (303)||"Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (in 22 Minutes)"||October 6, 1989|
|After enduring a rough horseback riding excursion with Becky, a frustrated Jesse refuses to participate in any future visits to the stable. Angry that he isn't willing to take part in more things that she enjoys, Becky breaks even by skipping Jesse's music rehearsal, and when the two get into a heated argument, it looks like their relationship may be reaching the end. Upon hearing the news of their breakup, DJ - who has formed a strong bond with Becky - teams up with Stephanie to get the grown-ups back together. Meanwhile, Stephanie is elated when she finally loses her tooth, and after placing it under her pillow for the tooth fairy, she wakes up to a $20 bill on her bed. Also, the guys try to teach Michelle how to share after a bad playdate.|
|48 (304)||"Nerd for a Day"||October 13, 1989|
|When Jesse learns that Stephanie has been joining her fellow classmates in making fun of another child, he takes up the responsibility of encouraging his young niece to apologize and change her behavior. She goes along with it to obey her uncle, but when Walter Berman (a.k.a "Duckface") believes that Stephanie may have romantic feelings for him, she resents Jesse's involvement in the situation-until one little incident teaches Stephanie how much it hurts to be the target of teasing. Meanwhile, DJ selects Michelle as her subject for a unique school assignment, and Joey temporarily steps in for Becky as Danny's co-host on Wake Up, San Francisco.|
|49 (305)||"Granny Tanny"||October 27, 1989|
|When Danny's mother (Doris Roberts) arrives for an extended visit, the family realizes that as a divorced woman with independent children, Claire's recent retirement has left her feeling useless. To help her through this difficult time, Danny convinces everyone to act as if they can't function without Grandma. Leaving a few dirty dishes in the sink and allowing Claire to pick out a new bed for Michelle seem relatively harmless, but the little plan backfires when Claire decides that she should move in permanently. Will her precious baby boy have the courage to confront her with the truth about his foolish behavior? Meanwhile, Michelle is initially thrilled about getting out of her crib and having a brand-new "big girl bed," but when she gets scared, Jesse ends up having to sleep with her through the first night.|
|50 (306)||"Star Search"||November 3, 1989|
|After watching a fateful videotape from his college days, Joey is reminded of a little deal he made with himself several years ago: if he didn't become a successful comedian within ten years, he would drop it all and try something new. With his self-implemented deadline just two weeks away, Joey goes full-force with his practicing and, with the loving support of his family, lands a spot on an upcoming episode of Star Search. Joey is up against some of the best talent in the area, but with his own unique abilities, will he manage to endure the pressure and pull off a victory? Special guest star Ed McMahon appears as himself.|
|51 (307)||"And They Call It Puppy Love"||November 10, 1989|
| It's been obvious for a while that the Tanner family could use a good dog, but when an Ohio-native golden retriever shows up in the backyard, Joey and the kids do their best to hide "Minnie" from Danny and Jesse. The secret is eventually unleashed, of course, but the family faces an even bigger issue when they find out that Minnie is expecting puppies. Meanwhile, Jesse has trouble staying focused on studying for a license renewal, and after Minnie gives birth, her owner arrives to bring them all home-but not before making a special offer to the Tanners.
|52 (308)||"Divorce Court"||November 17, 1989|
|Family discord is not usually in high supply within the Tanner household, but trouble begins when DJ and Stephanie-who haven't been getting along too well recently-duke it out over privacy issues in their shared bedroom. Frustrated that her big sister doesn't appreciate her, Stephanie impulsively moves in with little Michelle-a decision that the 7-year-old soon regrets. Of course, the kids aren't the only ones at odds with each other; Danny, Jesse, and Joey go on live air with Wake Up, San Francisco, challenge one another to a footrace, and set out to prove who is the most physically strong.|
|53 (309)||"Dr. Dare Rides Again"||November 24, 1989|
| When one of Jesse's former buddies drops in unexpectedly, it's a nostalgic trip down memory lane as they reminisce about their reckless days from the past. Initially, it's all in good fun when Pete teases Jesse about "going from Dr. Dare to Dr. Seuss", but Jesse -who misses being young and wants to prove that he's still in touch with his old wild spirit -nearly risks everything when he plans to attempt a dangerous motorcycling stunt. Meanwhile, Michelle is not too happy when Comet laps up her ice cream, and when the 3-year-old decides to hold a grudge, will Joey be able to make peace?
Guest Star: Scott Baio
|54 (310)||"The Greatest Birthday on Earth"||December 1, 1989|
|With Michelle's third birthday quickly approaching, the entire family is enthusiastic about planning her circus party-all except for Jesse, that is, who has never been very fond of clowns. DJ dresses up as a lion trainer, with Comet as her subject, and Stephanie eagerly attempts to improve her juggling skills. Disaster hits when Jesse takes Stephanie and Michelle with him to the gas station on the morning of the big day, and as a sea of three-year-olds show up at the Tanner house expecting entertainment, Jesse - who is locked in a dirty gas station with his two young nieces - must come up with some creative solutions to cheer up the birthday girl.|
|55 (311)||"Aftershocks"||December 8, 1989|
|In the wake of a frightening earthquake, Danny is initially willing to deny Stephanie's excessive clinginess. It all seems relatively harmless to him at first, but Danny finally recognizes the seriousness of the situation when his distraught daughter won't even let him go on a business dinner for a few hours. Unable to get Stephanie to share her feelings with him, Danny reluctantly agrees that this is not something that a dad can handle on his own. Meanwhile, DJ - who wakes up one morning with a zit on her nose - nervously anticipates her role in a school play.|
|56 (312)||"Joey & Stacey and...Oh, Yeah, Jesse"||December 15, 1989|
|Jesse concocts an idea for a commercial and teams up with Joey to pitch it to their client, but it is soon rejected. When one of the commercial's backup singers notices how Jesse takes charge and shoots down every attempt that Joey makes to offer his input, she encourages Joey to be bolder and make himself heard. Joey soon forms a romantic relationship with Stacy, and her support prompts him to introduce his own commercial idea without consulting Jesse first. Furious when Joey's presentation is lapped up by their client, a jealous Jesse gets into a huge fight with Joey-developments that could stand to destroy their friendship. Back at home, Stephanie is devastated when Comet chews up her beloved Mr. Bear, and by watching her two sisters step in to help repair the damage, Jesse just might be motivated to clean up the mess that he has made.|
|57 (313)||"No More Mr. Dumb Guy"||January 5, 1990|
|Jesse is invited by Becky to a literature soiree, but he declines, believing that his lack of formal education wouldn't serve him too well among the other guests. Later, when Jesse feels threatened by a handsome and apparently flirtatious former professor of Becky's, he shows up at the event with an attitude that just might destroy his relationship with his girlfriend. Back at the Tanner house, Danny is thrilled when a co-worker graciously accepts his invitation for a dinner date, and DJ and Stephanie live to regret bringing their little sister into the verbal insult business.|
|58 (314)||"Misadventures in Baby-Sitting"||January 12, 1990|
|Eager to have her very own phone line installed in her bedroom, DJ proposes that she do some babysitting to help pay for it-a plan that Danny is willing to consider. Spending an evening with 8-year-old Brian doesn't seem too difficult at first, but what's a teenager to do when her little charge gets his head stuck between the stairwell railings? Back at the Tanner house, Stephanie experiences her own babysitting woes when she is placed in charge of Michelle, and an innocent card-playing session with some buddies gets Jesse in some hot water with Becky and Danny unsuccessfully being a "guy" for a night.|
|59 (315)||"Lust in the Dust"||January 26, 1990|
|Stephanie's beautiful young dancing instructor seems like the ideal match for free agent Danny, but because he has a reputation for finding multiple reasons not to put himself out there, his daughters take it upon themselves to arrange a little date at the house. Sure enough, after sparks fly between them at the lunch table, Danny and Karen spend a wonderful day together, but there is just one thing about this girl that may send Danny running as fast as he can. Meanwhile, Jesse is miserably late for an important rehearsal because his keys are missing, and the notoriously sneaky Michelle is branded as the culprit.|
|60 (316)||"Bye, Bye Birdie"||February 2, 1990|
|Michelle is too eager to sleep the night before her first day of preschool, and when she finally arrives in the classroom the next morning, her happiness is squashed when she is involved in an unfortunate incident with the class bird. Feeling that nobody likes her, Michelle stubbornly refuses to go back-an idea that Jesse accepts, since he understands what it is like to be an outcast at school. After Danny makes it clear that this is not a viable option, the adults must devise a plan to ease young Michelle back into the preschool that once excited her. Meanwhile, Stephanie gets herself in some hot water when her latest attempts to read DJ's diary backfire miserably.|
|61 (317)||"13 Candles"||February 9, 1990|
|When her milestone 13th birthday arrives, DJ celebrates with a fabulous boy-girl party at the house. The friendly and handsome Kevin Quinn is in attendance, but when DJ is too shy to talk to him, Kimmy conspires with the rest of the guests to arrange for Kevin to lock lips with the birthday girl. After the plan backfires, thanks to her eavesdropping father, uncle, and Joey, DJ is left feeling humiliated. Who will step in to comfort her in the absence of her mother?|
|62 (318)||"Mr. Egghead"||February 16, 1990|
|Joey is anxious to prove himself as the new star of the educational children's show Mr. Egghead, but what he doesn't seem to understand is that the job requires a little more than just liking kids. With Stephanie's second grade class serving as the audience for a test run show that will determine Joey's eligibility for the position, an experiment goes wrong and leaves Stephanie with a broken nose-the day before she is scheduled to have her Class Picture Day! Meanwhile, while Stephanie laments over the inevitable teasing that she will encounter at school, Danny and DJ must use all the tricks in the book to appeal a driving ticket that they received while on the road.|
|63 (319)||"Those Better Not Be the Days"||February 23, 1990|
|The girls' recent bouts of greediness are one thing, but when they stop saying "thank you" altogether, a new game is concocted to teach them a lesson. Everyone switches roles for the day, giving DJ and Stephanie the opportunity to act as "parents" to Danny, Jesse, and Joey. When the plan backfires, the guys nervously imagine their long-term future as the kids' personal slaves-and it's not the prettiest of sights!|
|64 (320)||"Honey, I Broke the House (aka "Driving Miss Stephanie")"||March 9, 1990|
|Stephanie climbs into Joey's brand-new car-and ends up crashing it through the kitchen wall. Terrified to face anyone, she decides that bolting to Mexico might be the best option. Meanwhile, as everyone experiences very different reactions to the kitchen's newest little decoration, Jesse gets a bout of jealousy as Becky plans a date with a smooth-talking football stud.|
|65 (321)||"Just Say No Way"||March 30, 1990|
|After weeks of planning and organizing a school dance, DJ is disappointed to learn that the scheduled band cannot perform. After convincing Jesse to lend his musical talents for the evening, DJ preps herself for the big event by asking her biggest crush, Kevin Quinn, to be her escort (with a little unsolicited help from Stephanie). Trouble flares at the dance when Kevin seems uncomfortable and Jesse meets the questionable back-up band that DJ arranged for him. Jesse is willing to be a good sport at first, but nothing can prevent this former "bad boy" from blowing up when he catches his young niece with a beer in her hand. She's only 13 years old, but could DJ really be headed in such a dangerous direction? Back at home, Joey presents Michelle with a tape recording of the popular children's song "Baby Beluga" - a decision that he lives to regret.|
|66 (322)||"Three Men and Another Baby"||April 13, 1990|
|Danny agrees to do some neighbors a favor by babysitting their baby son Tony for the day, but when Danny is too busy working to take care of the child, he asks Jesse to step in and help. Miraculously, Jesse warms up to Tony and starts bonding with him, but little Michelle isn't too willing to share the attention of her doting uncle. Afraid that Jesse doesn't love her anymore, the confused 3-year-old takes drastic measures to make sure all eyes stay focused on her. Meanwhile, DJ requests Joey's help in completing a tricky math problem, but when he can't seem to figure it out himself, he resorts to phoning in for some help from a very unlikely source: the Nut Store.|
|67 (323)||"Fraternity Reunion"||April 27, 1990|
|As Danny and Joey prepare for a 10-year reunion with their former college fraternity, they dress for the event. But instead of normal clothes, they dress in pearl earrings, fancy dressings, and-gasp!-even feminine hosiery! Oh, the things a couple of men will do to gain revenge on a sorority that stole their fraternity mascot a decade ago! DJ and Kimmy watch the news for a school paper but Kimmy changes the channel to the Top 10 Video Countdown. The girls come up with a plan to bring the TV upstairs so they can watch two shows at the same time. Kimmy ends up breaking the Tanner's television and is not allowed to have any contact with DJ for three weeks. While trying to steal back their fraternity mascot, Danny and Joey wind up in jail, which means DJ has to come and bail them out. With no one to watch Michelle and Stephanie, DJ hires a very unlikely source to watch the girls. Meanwhile, Michelle learns to play the game of patty-cake.|
|68 (324)||"Our Very First Telethon"||May 4, 1990|
|A special "We Love Our Children" telethon features Danny as the host, and the rest of the family pitches in to make the next 24 hours successful. Jesse and his band perform, Joey exercises his comedy skills, and the adorable Tanner girls capture the heart of the telethon with their singing and dancing. As the monetary donations gradually rise, they hit a snag in the middle of the show-but will a surprise visit from a certain musical legend push them over the top?|
Season 4: 1990–1991
This is a list of episodes for the fourth season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company (aka ABC).
The fourth season consisted of 26 episodes that aired between September 21, 1990 and May 3, 1991.
|Full House Season 4|
|Episodes (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|69 (401)||"Greek Week"||September 21, 1990|
| Jesse's Greeks grandparents come to San Francisco to celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary, but things go rather crazy when both Jesse and D.J. "get married" to other visitors. During the anniversary, Jesse and DJ dump their spouses and Jesse proposes to Becky.
Note: Both Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen star as Michelle and Melina in this episode.
|70 (402)||"Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor"||September 28, 1990|
|Michelle starts taking advantage of Danny's leniency, which ends with Michelle receiving her first punishment for misbehaving. Meanwhile, Jesse's attempts to buy an expensive engagement ring for Becky leads him to sell a worthwhile item.|
|71 (403)||"The I.Q. Man"||October 5, 1990|
|Jesse is chosen to be the star in a cologne commercial, but he feels like he is not being treated fairly, when his wardrobe is stripped. After a series of calamities, Joey and Jesse quit working for Malatesta and form their own business, with a loan from Danny. Meanwhile, Danny and Becky find themselves as replacements for Connie Chung on Career Day, when DJ and Kimmy find out they were scammed by a fake.|
|72 (404)||"Slumber Party"||October 12, 1990|
|Joey volunteers to take Stephanie to her first mother-daughter sleepover party after Becky is unable to take her at the last minute. Danny goes through some old memories as Jesse and Joey move their productions into the attic.|
|73 (405)||"Good News, Bad News"||October 19, 1990|
|DJ is promoted to newspaper editor and has Kimmy do sports, but after Kimmy screws up her first assignment, the two go into bitter newspaper and oral arguments. Two subplots have Danny and Becky arguing during a promo for Wake Up, San Francisco and Stephanie trying to avoid Michelle during a game of "Shadow".|
|74 (406)||"A Pinch for a Pinch"||October 26, 1990|
|Jesse accompanies Michelle to preschool, only to pull her out after an argument with the teacher and another student. Meanwhile, Stephanie fears the worst after reading her horoscope from the middle school newspaper and Joey gets a Dental fillings.|
|75 (407)||"Viva Las Joey"||November 2, 1990|
| Joey performs in Las Vegas Strip, but - surprisingly - comes face-to-face with his strict, estranged father, Colonel Gladstone.
Goof: Colonel Gladstone claims that he took care of Joey when he had the chicken-pox as a child, yet in Season 1's "A Pox in Our House," Joey claims that he was immune to chicken-pox throughout his childhood, only to later get them in the same episode. Although, when Joey has the chicken-pox in the episode, he says, "Once this is over, I'm immune again." Or something of the sort, so it implies that he could have had chicken-pox when he was younger, but just didn't want to admit it.
|76 (408)||"Shape Up"||November 9, 1990|
|D.J. tries to lose weight for Kimmy's pool party, but her choice of an exercise routine includes no food for several weeks, which puts her at a dangerous risk and Stephanie in a bad position.|
|77 (409)||"One Last Kiss"||November 16, 1990|
| Jesse attends his ten-year high school reunion, but reunites with his old girlfriend - even though he is engaged to Becky. In the sub-plot, Stephanie hosts a birthday party for Comet.
Goof:In "Educating Jesse" Jesse announces that he didn't graduate high school but in a Flashback (narrative) during this episode, Jesse says "I'm graduating tomorrow, what are they gonna do, expel me?"
|78 (410)||"Terror in Tanner Town"||November 23, 1990|
|Danny's girlfriend's mischievous son, Rusty, pulls a number of pranks on the Tanners, such as Danny getting his hair green from the shampoo, Joey spilling salt, Danny having the tablecloth tucked into his pants and pulling the dinner off the table, giving D.J. and Stephanie gum that blackens their teeth, Rusty feeding Comet the rump roast, taping over Joey's tape and getting Michelle's eye painted black from looking into a kaleidoscope. Also, Becky and Jesse attempt to agree on a place for their wedding, finally deciding to get married in San Francisco.|
|79 (411)||"Secret Admirer"||December 7, 1990|
|During the Tanners' family picnic, Rusty intrigued by DJ's liking for Ricky, the paperboy, types a love note for D.J. as a prank, and tells Michelle to give it to her sister and say it's from the paperboy (whom D.J. has a crush on). However, Michelle gives it to Stephanie and says it's from Rusty. Through a hilarious chain reaction, Danny's girlfriend, Cindy, believes that Joey loves her, Becky believes that Danny loves her, Kimmy believes that Jesse loves her, Jesse believes that either Danny or Joey is in love with Becky, Danny and Joey both believe that Becky loves them, and, ironically fooled by his own prank, Rusty believes that D.J. loves him. Finally, Michelle tells them that Rusty typed the note, and they all chase him. This episode was implied to be a spoof of Secret Admirer, a 1985 film in which Lori Loughlin, who plays Becky, co-starred.|
|80 (412)||"Danny in Charge"||December 14, 1990|
| While Jesse and Joey are out of town, Danny tries to become "Superdad" and spend time with his daughters "all by himself", but problems ensure when he finds that he has 2 events at the same time. Stephanie wants him to come to her science fair and DJ wants him to come to her drama festival. Meanwhile Jesse and Joey attempt to film a fox in the wilderness for an advertisement.
Note: This is the last episode of the series to not feature Becky, although there is a scene where Danny is speaking to her on the phone.
|81 (413)||"Happy New Year"||December 28, 1990|
|Danny and Jesse set up Joey with a date for New Year's Eve, but he becomes so smitten with her that he wants to elope. Meanwhile, Rusty convinces Stephanie that he is going to kiss her at midnight, but when midnight comes and Rusty reveals he was just kidding, Stephanie ends up kissing him.|
|82 (414)||"Working Girl"||January 4, 1991|
|D.J. gets her first job, but finds out that handling work and school at the same time is easier said than done, especially after her first "F".|
|83 (415)||"Ol' Brown Eyes"||January 11, 1991|
|Danny wants to sing with Jesse's band at D.J.'s school fundraiser to prove to D.J. that he can be "hip and cool", but D.J. is totally humiliated by the idea. Meanwhile, Michelle hides Jesse's ring and her game with Joey goes awry when the ring is gone.|
|84 (416)||"Stephanie Gets Framed"||January 25, 1991|
| Stephanie must get her first pair of eyeglasses, making her feel "like a geek" until "world's #1 geek" Steve Urkel, helps her out with glasses. Taking his advice, she borrows all of Joey's funny glasses, but the teacher confiscates them.
Note: Jaleel White guest stars in a Fictional crossover appearance as his Family Matters character, Steve Urkel.
|85 (417)||"A Fish Called Martin"||February 1, 1991|
|Michelle wins a goldfish at a carnival, but then gives it its first - and last - bubble bath, and it dies. In the subplot, Becky teaches the family (and a reluctant Jesse) square dancing for their upcoming wedding.|
|86 (418)||"The Wedding (Part 1)"||February 8, 1991|
| Jesse and Becky's wedding day arrives but Becky's family makes Jesse become scared about losing his life. So in an attempt to have "one last adventure" as a single man, Jesse goes parachuting, which ends up with him getting stuck in a tree.
Goof: In this episode, Jesse says he took all the lessons, but never went skydiving. But in "Daddy's Home", He says he met a girl when he was skydiving. "She missed the target, and landed right in my arms."
Note: Actress Lori Loughlin uses the same wedding dress she wore for her first wedding on this two-parter episode.
|87 (419)||"The Wedding (Part 2)"||February 15, 1991|
|Becky bail's Jesse out of jail in "Tomato Country", and the wedding - finally - commences.|
|88 (420)||"Fuller House"||February 22, 1991|
| Now a married man, Jesse moves out of the Tanners' house, only to realize that he misses his family very much, especially Michelle; Becky comes up with a solution. In the sub-plot, Stephanie struggles to learn fractions.
Goof: Michelle takes about seven pancakes and pours maple syrup all over them but in the next shot, Michelle has four pancakes with no syrup on them.
|89 (421)||"The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang"||March 1, 1991|
|D.J. and Stephanie accidentally put a hole in Danny's bedroom wall during a fight. Meanwhile, Jesse attempts to make a make-shift apartment in the attic for him and Becky.|
|90 (422)||"Stephanie Plays the Field"||March 8, 1991|
|Stephanie becomes the new star pitcher for Danny's Little League Baseball team, but her "boyfriend", who's on their rival team, tries to bribe her into throwing him "easy pitches". Along the way, Michelle is locked out of Uncle Jesse's room when he is with Becky.|
|91 (423)||"Joey Goes Hollywood"||March 29, 1991|
|Joey auditions for a TV sitcom, Surf's Up, which stars Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. Also, Stephanie wants to change her first name after continuous taunting, and Michelle is running up the phone bill by calling Tokyo, Japan.|
|92 (424)||"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"||April 5, 1991|
|D.J. has Becky cover for her while she sneaks out to see a boy she likes. In two subplots, Stephanie teaches Michelle a lesson about lying and when Jesse and Joey acquire a pool table, Danny shows off his billiards skills.|
|93 (425)||"The Graduates"||April 26, 1991|
|Feeling that his youth is fleeting, Danny tries to be young again by "hanging out" with a college student. DJ makes a speech for her junior high graduation, and Jesse helps with Michelle's graduation song.|
|94 (426)||"Rock the Cradle"||May 3, 1991|
|Jesse and the Rippers are scheduled to go on tour over the summer, but Jesse finds out that Becky is pregnant.|
Season 5: 1991–1992
This is a list of episodes for the fifth season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company (aka ABC.)
The fifth season consisted of 26 episodes that aired between September 17, 1991 and May 12, 1992.
|Full House Season 5|
|Episodes (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|95 (501)||"Double Trouble"||September 17, 1991|
|Jesse comes home from his summer concert tour with his band to learn that he and Becky are having twins. Meanwhile, Michelle feels left out on her first day of kindergarten.|
|96 (502)||"Matchmaker Michelle"||September 24, 1991|
|Michelle badly wants a mother, but her choice (her kindergarten teacher, played by June Lockhart in this and the previous episode) is twice Danny's age. Meanwhile, D.J. and Kimmy trade places for one night-much to Stephanie's dismay.|
|97 (503)||"Take My Sister, Please"||October 1, 1991|
|D.J. no longer wishes to share a bedroom with Stephanie, but (thanks to an untimely insult) neither does Michelle. Meanwhile, Danny and Joey fall for Rebecca's childbirth instructor and Jesse gets fed up with Becky's cravings.|
|98 (504)||"Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Girl Gone?"||October 8, 1991|
|Danny feels left out of D.J.'s life, and he gets sneaky to find out a big secret about his oldest daughter; Stephanie wants new roommate and Michelle to get rid of all her baby stuff, and Jesse and Joey get locked in the basement.|
|99 (505)||"The King and I"||October 15, 1991|
|Jesse skips a family picnic to work on writing a song, but ends up regretting it, and a man who looks a lot like Elvis Presley, becomes Jesse's concience and advises him to go to the picnic.|
| 100 (506)|
The 100's Episodes
|"The Legend of Ranger Joe"||October 22, 1991|
|Joey is offered a job as the host of a children's television program, entitled "The Ranger Joe Show" during a streak of good luck, but soon he is close to losing it after hugging his predecessor Ranger Roy, which he can't deal with (due to acute physical paranoia). Becky and D.J. are curious why Jesse wants good names for the twins, and Stephanie tries to get rid of Michelle's tap shoes.|
|101 (507)||"The Volunteer"||October 29, 1991|
|D.J. volunteers at a local nursing home, and befriends a man named Eddie (Whitman Mayo) with Alzheimer's Disease. Meanwhile, Jesse tries to prove to Becky he can support a lamaze pad and the younger girls hold a dog show.|
|102 (508)||"Gotta Dance"||November 5, 1991|
|Stephanie decides to pursue dancing full-time, but she does not realize what a major commitment it is. Becky has her baby shower, which Michelle accidentally spills the beans on after Uncle Jesse bribes her with ice cream.|
|103 (509)||"Happy Birthday, Babies (Part 1)"||November 12, 1991|
|As Michelle is waiting for her fifth birthday party to start, the entire family looks back at all the good times from Michelle's life.|
|104 (510)||"Happy Birthday, Babies (Part 2)"||November 12, 1991|
|Michelle's birthday party is interrupted by Becky going into labor, and Jesse having appendicitis. In the end, she gives birth to twin boys: Nicholas and Alexander (Nicky and Alex).|
|105 (511)||"Nicky and/or Alexander"||November 19, 1991|
|Back home from the hospital, Jesse can't tell his identical twin sons, Nicky and Alex, apart. Meanwhile, Danny likes his new, temporary co-host, Vicky Larson (Gail Edwards).|
|106 (512)||"Bachelor of the Month"||November 26, 1991|
|Danny is chosen as "Bay Area Bachelor of the Month", much to the disapproval of Michelle - and Vicky. Jesse and Becky deal with the stresses of twins.|
|107 (513)||"Easy Rider"||December 3, 1991|
|Joey teaches Michelle how to ride a bike without training wheels, and is unsuccessful in their first attempt, but convinces her to try again. Meanwhile, Danny begins to get intimate with Vicki and Jesse and Becky prepare for the twins's first car trip to the over-kissing Aunt Ida.|
|108 (514)||"Sisters in Crime"||December 17, 1991|
| While babysitting her sisters, D.J. decides to take them to the movies with her when her crush (Scott Weinger) drops by unexpectedly. However, Stephanie & Michelle use all the money for snacks, leaving not enough money to pay for them. D.J. convinces Kimmy, who works at the theater, to sneak them in, but they are caught by the manager. Will Kimmy lose her job and Danny find out?
Goof:This marks Scott Weinger's first appearance on the show as Steve before he becomes a regular on the sixth season of the show. In this episode, his character's name originally was Steve Peters, but later his last name changed to Hale.
|109 (515)||"Play It Again, Jesse"||January 7, 1992|
|With Becky going back to work, Jesse becomes "Mr. Mom", while also trying to pursue a record deal. Meanwhile, Danny deals with Vicki leaving, and Stephanie accidentally stains DJ's sweater, which she had told her not to wear.|
|110 (516)||"Crushed"||January 14, 1992|
|Stephanie's favorite singer, Tommy Page, sings a special song at her birthday party. This leads to Stephanie developing a major crush on him, and then having DJ kissing him.|
|111 (517)||"Spellbound"||January 28, 1992|
|Stephanie is confident that she will win her school's spelling bee, only to get beaten by a classmate, who makes her lose all of her self-confidence. The word she lost on was "mnemonic". In the subplot, Michelle wants to learn how to read.|
|112 (518)||"Too Much Monkey Business"||February 11, 1992|
|Danny's sister, Wendy, stops by for a visit - with her pet monkey who likes Jesse and plays hide-and-seek with Joey. Meanwhile, Joey falls for Wendy and Danny is not very pleased, and Stephanie and Michelle get worried by a shipment for Wendy: a tiki head.|
|113 (519)||"The Devil Made Me Do It"||February 18, 1992|
|Michelle's conscience gets the best of her after she mishandles Jesse's musical equipment. Angry at Jesse for being "Uncle Tattletale", she then runs away to her friend Teddy's house. Teddy's older sister is played by Tahj Mowry's real-life sisters Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry. The subplot has D.J. trying to get Stephanie and Kimmy to become friends.|
|114 (520)||"Driving Miss D.J."||February 25, 1992|
|D.J. gets her learner's permit, only to tense up from driving lessons with "uptight" Danny and "laid back" Uncle Jesse. Meanwhile, Michelle tries to get revenge on Stephanie after she nearly scares her to death, and succeeds with a little help from Joey.|
|115 (521)||"Yours, Mine, and Ours"||March 3, 1992|
|Jesse and Rebecca imagine how each other's unique parenting techniques may affect the twins in the future. Meanwhile, Danny and Joey take the girls out to "family fun night" after the girls fight, which turns into disaster.|
|116 (522)||"The Trouble with Danny"||March 17, 1992|
|The family becomes irritated when Danny becomes too obsessed over "Spring Cleaning Day", especially with Michelle on board. Meanwhile, Jesse doesn't believe Becky when she says the twins are crawling.|
|117 (523)||"Five's a Crowd"||March 31, 1992|
|D.J. goes out on a date with a heavy-metal band member to the Drive-in theater. This causes Danny, Jesse, and Joey to go "rescue" her. Meanwhile, Kimmy babysitting leads to some feeding and changing disasters.|
|118 (524)||"Girls Will Be Boys"||April 28, 1992|
|Michelle decides that it is better to be a boy after her best friend, Teddy, is hassled for hanging out with girls. Meanwhile, Jesse becomes Ranger Joe's sidekick Lumberjack Jess, and D.J. threatens to get back at Stephanie for her constant prying.|
|119 (525)||"Captain Video (Part 1)"||May 5, 1992|
|Jesse records "Forever" with The Beach Boys, and finally gets a record deal. D.J. tries to convince her dad to let her participate in a summer study program in Barcelona, Spain. Michelle tries to learn how to cook.|
|120 (526)||"Captain Video (Part 2)"||May 12, 1992|
|The record company ends up completely ruining Jesse's song, much to Jesse's resentment, and he leaves the recording session, only to be inspired by Michelle. Meanwhile, Kimmy tries to get to go to Spain with D.J. and Michelle tries to get an ant farm. Brian Robbins and Martha Quinn guest star.|
Season 6: 1992–1993
This is a list of episodes for the Sixth season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company(aka ABC).
The sixth season consisted of 24 episodes that aired between September 22, 1992 and May 18, 1993.
|Full House Season 6|
|Episode (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|121 (601)||"Come Fly With Me"||September 22, 1992|
|The family is waiting for D.J. to come home from Spain, but she returns with a guy she met there (her new boyfriend, Steve). When Stephanie meets a boy in a singing group, Stephanie and Michelle accidentally stowaway on a plane to New Zealand, confusing nearby Oakland, California with Auckland.|
|122 (602)||"The Long Goodbye"||September 29, 1992|
|Michelle attempts to "kidnap" her best friend, Teddy, when she finds out that he's moving away to Amarillo, Texas, while Danny figures out how to have a long-distance relationship with Vicky whose new job is now in Chicago, Illinois.|
|123 (603)||"Road to Tokyo"||October 6, 1992|
|Jesse's song "Forever" is #1 on the music charts-in Japan; but the pleasures of Jesse's stardom affect Becky in a negative way, and Jesse gets offered a year-long tour across the Pacific. Meanwhile, D.J. tries to help Kimmy run for student body president.|
|124 (604)||"Radio Days"||October 13, 1992|
| Jesse and Joey are offered jobs as afternoon radio disc jockey, but when Joey makes jokes about Jesse, they start arguing with each other. Meanwhile, Joey deals with Mr. Strowbridge's wife as a partner, and Stephanie's short story has characters that are closely-related to D.J. and Steve.
Goof:When Jesse and Joey are on the radio, when they are finished the lady refers to Joey as Joey Gladstone, although he or Jesse hadn't told her Joey's last name.
|125 (605)||"Lovers and Other Tanners"||October 20, 1992|
|D.J. forgets all her priorities when her relationship with Steve begins to grow, causing Danny to forbid them from seeing each other. Meanwhile, Jesse and Joey debut their radio show Rush Hour Rengades, although Jesse comes down with a cold right before the show.|
|126 (606)||"Educating Jesse"||October 27, 1992|
|Jesse reveals to the family that he dropping out of high school, which makes him want to go back after refusing to help D.J. and Kimmy with their "Stay in School" campaign. Meanwhile, Michelle tries to learn how to tie her shoes. (Goof: In this episode, it is revealed that Jesse didn't graduate high school, but in Season 4's episode "One Last Kiss", he did graduate high school.)|
|127 (607)||"Trouble in Twin Town"||November 10, 1992|
|Becky's rich cousins, Dick and Donna Donaldson, and their twin daughters, Darla and Debbie, come to town for a "Best Twins Contest". The cousins make fun of Jesse, which then prompts Jesse to enter his twins into the contest to beat them.|
|128 (608)||"The Play's the Thing"||November 17, 1992|
| Jesse and Joey direct Michelle's play, "Yankee Doodle", but at the last minute, Michelle is replaced by a nerdboy-come-lately to be the lead role of Yankee Doodle, something both of her sisters had already been. Meanwhile, Danny spends quality time with his nephews.
Note: This is the first appearance of Blake McIver Ewing as Derek Boyd
|129 (609)||"Nice Guys Finish First"||November 24, 1992|
|Joey plans to play in a charity hockey game, but an old acquaintance comes back to hassle Joey with a bad memory that Joey would much rather forget. Meanwhile, Michelle is scared by Goatboy and Muttman stories, and gets more afraid when Joey starts acting aggressive.|
|130 (610)||"I'm Not D.J."||December 1, 1992|
| Stephanie really wants to get her ears pierced but Danny won't let her, so she made a horrible mistake by letting Kimmy do it, as Stephanie's ears get infected. Meanwhile, Nicky and Alex get their hair cut, first by Jesse, then by Joey's uncle.
Note: Along with his usual role as Joey, Dave Coulier appears in a dual role as Jasper the barber.
|131 (611)||"Designing Mothers"||December 8, 1992|
|Vicky's mother re-decorates Stephanie and Michelle's room, but Danny isn't ready to change his ways or his environment. Meanwhile, Jesse and Joey get a new boss, which frightens them.|
|132 (612)||"A Very Tanner Christmas"||December 15, 1992|
|The Tanners celebrate Christmas, only for D.J. to find out that Steve is planning to move to Florida for college, upon graduating. Meanwhile, Becky misses having White Christmases in Nebraska, and Jesse takes Stephanie and Michelle to a homeless shelter to show them the real meaning of Christmas.|
|133 (613)||"The Dating Game"||January 5, 1993|
|Stephanie "goes out" with a friend, thinking it to be an actual date but instead turns out to be a gathering. Meanwhile, Joey goes on a date along with his boss, with disastarous results.|
|134 (614)||"Birthday Blues"||January 12, 1993|
|Preoccupied by celebrating her six months with Steve, D.J. forgets about Kimmy's 16th birthday, so a last-minute party is concocted with the help of her family. Will Kimmy realize this?|
|135 (615)||"Be True to Your Preschool"||January 19, 1993|
|Jesse lies on an application for the twins to get into an exclusive pre-school. Kimmy gets her driver's license, and the girls end up getting locked out of her brother's car, "The Wild Thing".|
|136 (616)||"The Heartbreak Kid"||February 9, 1993|
|Steve gives Michelle a Valentine's Day cookie, which leads to her believing that Steve wants to marry her. However, after a cute mock ceremony, Michelle discovers it's not the real thing, which upsets her. Meanwhile, Jesse tries to figure out how to use a computer and Danny and Joey reminisce about an old flame.|
|137 (617)||"Silence is Not Golden"||February 16, 1993|
|Stephanie is paired up with her nemesis for a school assignment, but later finds out that he is a victim of physical abuse by his father. Meanwhile, Michelle begins to call a "900" number and Jesse and Steve collaborate for an English assignment.|
|138 (618)||"Please Don't Touch the Dinosaur"||February 23, 1993|
|Danny and Jesse chaperones Michelle's class trip to the museum, but Jesse is unable to keep discipline in his group of kids, leading to terrible events. Meanwhile, Stephanie accidentally gives one of Joey's valuable baseball cards to Steve.|
|139 (619)||"Subterranean Graduation Blues"||March 2, 1993|
| On the way to his high school graduation, Jesse and the family get stuck on the Bay Area Rapid Transit. Again, Kimmy babysits the twins, with disastrous results again, involving finger paint.
Absent: Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner
|140 (620)||"Grand Gift Auto"||March 9, 1993|
|Joey gets D.J. a car for her Sweet 16, but it is then revealed that Joey didn't get a slip showing that he bought the car, making the police officer believing that he stole it. Can the family prove otherwise?|
|141 (621)||"Room for One More"||April 27, 1993|
|Jesse tries to prove to Becky that they can have another baby, despite their busy lives, and the responsibilities of taking care of Nicky and Alex. But it turns out to be a disaster when Stephanie and Michelle care for a neighbor's pig, Nicky has a cold, Joey gets rollerblade injuries, and Becky gets a new weekend job.|
|142 (622)||"Prom Night"||May 4, 1993|
| D.J. and Steve go to the prom, where Steve and his ex-girlfriend are announced as "King" and "Queen" of the prom. Meanwhile, Danny feels intimidated when he finds out Vicki is older and stronger than him.
Note: When Steve and Rachel are dancing, the song in the background is "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston.
|143 (623)||"The House Meets the Mouse (Part 1)"||May 11, 1993|
|When Jesse is sent to Disney World, he brings Becky for their anniversary, however, the Tanners get to go too. While there, Joey goes to Disney's Hollywood Studios and draws an animation of himself, which comes to life. Jesse must work instead of spending time with Becky. Danny keeps trying to proposal of marriage to Vicky. And D.J., Kimmy, Stephanie and Michelle find an Tourist attraction where the first person to "make the genie appear" by rubbing a "magic lamp" gets three wishes. Michelle cuts in front of Stephanie and gets the three wishes. She uses her first on to ride anything with no lines. They then ride the carousel over 6 times and Michelle won't let them ride anything else. When Michelle overhears the other girls' conversation about how bossy she's getting, she runs away. Meanwhile, D.J. sees Steve in everyone (including Prince Charming, Peter Pan, Robin Hood, Bert, and Aladdin, who was also voiced by Scott Weinger).|
|144 (624)||"The House Meets the Mouse (Part 2)"||May 18, 1993|
|Michelle uses her second wish to have a tea party. Jesse and Joey do their report underwater in a diving bell. However, Joey is afraid to go back up when he sees a shark; this causes Jesse to miss his picnic with Becky. Much to Stephanie's annoyance, Michelle after running away still gets to have her tea party. When they go see the Indiana Jones Stunt Show, Danny reveals that he has found an un-interruption way to propose to Vicky. After the show, Stephanie asks to go back to the hotel because she "isn't feeling well". Stephenie also says under her breath that her day wasn't as big as Michelle's and Michelle hears this. While D.J. and Kimmy are at the hotel, they see Steve there checking in, and says he could not stand to be away from D.J. Michelle does the right thing and uses her third wish to give Stephanie her "Princess of the Day" title. The whole family then ride on the main float with Mickey Mouse. They all then go to Jesse's concert and he dedicates "A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes" to Becky. As the fireworks go into the sky, one reads "Vicky, will you marry me?" and Vicky says yes.|
Season 7: 1993–1994
This is a list of episodes for the seventh season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company (aka ABC).
The seventh season consisted of 24 episodes that aired between September 14, 1993 and May 17, 1994.
|Full House Season 7|
|Episode (Prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|145 (701)||"It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"||September 14, 1993|
|D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle anxiously return to the site of their summer camp, but they are surprised with how everything turns out. Meanwhile, Nicky and Alex won't sleep in their own beds, preferring Jesse and Becky's bed.|
|146 (702)||"The Apartment"||September 21, 1993|
|Steve moves into his own apartment, prompting Danny to spy on him and D.J. after she breaks curfew there. Michelle begins gathering leaves for Hobby Day at school, and Jesse and Joey try to pave the driveway.|
|147 (703)||"Wrong-Way Tanner"||September 28, 1993|
|Michelle accidentally scores the winning goal for the other soccer team and gets a new nickname, "Wrong Way Tanner". In the subplot, Stephanie videotapes the family for a school project, in all of their most embrassing moments.|
|148 (704)||"Tough Love"||October 5, 1993|
|Jesse and Becky realize that the twins aren't being disciplined enough after they destroy Michelle's science project, with some guidance from the rest of the family, when they roam aimlessly around the house. Danny bribes the girls to pretend to like Vicki's cooking.|
|149 (705)||"Fast Friends"||October 12, 1993|
|Stephanie goes to junior high school, and attempts to make new friends, thanks to a new redistricting plan. However, the group she meets tries encouraging her to smoke cigarettes. Meanwhile, D.J., Kimmy, and Steve join Jesse and Joey on a special segment of their radio show, of which Jesse and Joey argue about the segment's title.|
|150 (706)||"Smash Club: The Next Generation"||October 19, 1993|
|Jesse inherits the "Smash Club", but needs a bank loan because the place needs to be brought up to code. Meanwhile, Michelle gets two new assistants: Nicky and Alex.|
|151 (707)||"High Anxiety"||October 26, 1993|
|Danny forgets how quickly Michelle is growing up, and she demands that he start treating her "like a big girl". Jesse struggles with decisions for the Smash Club.|
|152 (708)||"Another Opening, Another No Show"||November 2, 1993|
|Jesse officially opens the "Smash Club", but inadvertently gets locked in a storage closet with Kimmy, and other calamities ensure. The kids become waiters and Danny is mostly hyper because of the coffee he drank.|
|153 (709)||"The Day of the Rhino"||November 9, 1993|
|Michelle gets "ripped off" when she orders a Rigby the Rhino doll that ends up being a miniature plastic figure, and she, Stephanie, Joey, and her friends protest at a Rigby showing. Meanwhile, D.J. and Steve face their own problems when preparing for an opera, including hair and focus.|
|154 (710)||"The Prying Game"||November 16, 1993|
|D.J. is enraged when Stephanie goes too far in invading her privacy. Danny, Jesse, and Joey try to sell a new hair-spraying product on an infomercial, but they find out it was already made.|
|155 (711)||"The Bicycle Thief"||November 23, 1993|
|Michelle thinks her bike was stolen, which prompts the family to perform a neighborhood-wide search for her bike, only to end up accidentally stealing three other bikes from other kids.|
|156 (712)||"Support Your Local Parents"||November 30, 1993|
|The twins only interact with each other, rather than with other kids in their playgroup, prompting Jesse and Becky to join a support group for the parents of twins. Stephanie and Michelle use a secret about D.J. to blackmail her.|
|157 (713)||"The Perfect Couple"||December 14, 1993|
|Danny, Vicky, Jesse, Becky, Steve, and D.J. all appear on the game show The Perfect Couple, with Joey as the host; but it all goes haywire! Jesse finds out he knows nothing about Becky while she knows everything about him, D.J. and Steve find out they know nothing about each other, and Vicky doesn't even show up and is replaced by an old lady that knows a lot about him! Afterwards, Vicky has news for Danny that may break his heart. Back at home, Stephanie cannot get the twins to bed.|
|158 (714)||"Is It True About Stephanie?"||January 4, 1994|
| A classmate, Gia (Marla Sokoloff), plays a prank on Stephanie after stealing her date, which prompts Stephanie to return the favor to get revenge. Luckily, Gia and Stephanie soon learn that revenge isn't worth it, and become friends. Meanwhile, Danny is not over Vicky and acts very strangely. He rearranges everything, until the family brings him to his senses.
Note: Several of the show's crew members surnames are used as Gia's teachers, as shown on her blown-up report card.
|159 (715)||"The Test"||January 11, 1994|
| D.J. is nervous about taking the upcoming SAT test. The night before the test is given, D.J. has a nightmare about the test going all wrong. Meanwhile, Michelle goes overboard with her whistle reporting "safety violations". Vanna White guest stars.
Note: A sequel was produced in season 8, titled "Taking the Plunge".
|160 (716)||"Joey's Funny Valentine"||January 25, 1994|
|Joey's girlfriend, Roxy (Felicia Michaels), meets the family for the first time, but then makes fun of them during her stand-up comedy routine, which alienates the Tanners. Meanwhile, after finding the parrot of a huge store owner, the girls get a store credit, but what will they get?|
|161 (717)||"The Last Dance"||February 8, 1994|
|Jesse's grandfather, Papouli, comes for a visit, but passes away during his stay. Even worse, he promised to teach "Little Michelle"'s class a Greek dance the next day. Jesse and Michelle are both personally devastated and cry in each other's arms as they come to terms with Papouli's death. This is to be known as the saddest episode of the show. Two subplots: D.J. and Kimmy's friendship comes to an end again until Kimmy finds out about Papouli's death, and Danny and Joey fulfill a lifelong dream of buying a boat.|
|162 (718)||"Kissing Cousins"||February 15, 1994|
| Upon his return from Papouli's funeral in Greece, Jesse brings back his cousin Stavros, who ends up taking advantage of the Tanners' generosity and kindness. As Stavros apologizes, he claims his village was destroyed in an accident, for which the family stages a dance marathon at the Smash Club. However, he actually lied and was planning to go to Orlando, Florida, which comes to light when Rebecca tricks him into revealing his plan over the club's PA system.
Note: Along with his usual role as Jesse, John Stamos appears in a dual role as Stavros.
|163 (719)||"Love on the Rocks"||March 1, 1994|
|Feeling that her relationship with Steve has drifted apart, D.J. explores all other options, before ultimately breaking up with him. Meanwhile, Joey plays a pre-April Fool's Day prank on the family and they try to get back at him with a prank of their own, involving a lottery ticket.|
|164 (720)||"Michelle a la Carte"||March 15, 1994|
|Michelle decides to enter a Soap Box Derby. She and Becky begin working on the car that Michelle will ride, but Michelle quits after a fellow racer makes fun of her for being a "girl racer". Subplots include D.J. trying to deal with her recent breakup and Stephanie teaching Joey ballet.|
|165 (721)||"Be Your Own Best Friend"||April 5, 1994|
|Michelle is assigned a project to draw the outline of her best friend on paper, but Teddy moves back to San Francisco, leaving Michelle to choose between Denise (new) and Teddy (old). Meanwhile, Jesse feels left out when Joey and his girlfriend, Roxy, hog the mike on Jesse and Joey's radio show.|
|166 (722)||"A Date with Fate"||May 3, 1994|
| D.J. and Danny go out on separate blind dates, but end up alone together at the same restaurant. Jesse prepares for Mother's Day, but the twins celebrate it a day early, much to his chagrin.
Last Appearance by Steve Hale, until the series finale.
|167 (723)||"Too Little Richard Too Late"||May 10, 1994|
|Joey decides to run for Parent-Teacher Association (aka PTA) President to help save Michelle's art class, but finds it hard to compete with Mrs. Carruthers's extensive promotion campaign, only for Denise's uncle, Little Richard to come in to help.|
|168 (724)||"A House Divided"||May 17, 1994|
| The Tanners receive an offer from a wealthy business man (Keene Curtis) to buy their house. Everyone begins thinking of new plans, while Michelle is dead-set on staying in "the only house she has ever lived in".
Note: This episode is the last with production credit and distributor voice-overs by Dave Coulier for Broadcast syndication reruns.
Season 8: 1994–1995
This is a list of episodes for the eighth, and final, season of the Situation comedy Full House that aired on American Broadcasting Company (aka ABC.
Former cast member Scott Weinger was written out of the previous season without any explanation other than the fact that he and D.J. broke up. He appears at the end of the final episode. However, on the eighth season's DVD he is still credited as a regular cast member although he is no longer on the series (despite the series finale).
The eighth season consisted of 24 episodes that aired between September 27, 1994 and May 23, 1995.
|Full House Season 8|
|Episode (prod#)||Title||Original air date|
|169 (801)||"Comet's Excellent Adventure"||September 27, 1994|
| Michelle takes Comet for a walk, but he gets loose from her, and spends the day roaming around San Francisco. Comet also meets a Collie and falls in love with her while the family searches for him. Jesse is also kicked out of 'The Rippers' for his lack of both commitment to the band, and passion for music. Michelle is on Danny's show making a missing dog report stating that she loves Comet and wants him home. Comet sees this and comes home.
Note: This is the only episode that was actually shot in San Francisco
|170 (802)||"Breaking Away"||October 4, 1994|
|Nicky and Alex start pre-school, but Jesse isn't ready to let them go. Meanwhile, Stephanie refuses to clean her room to be more like Gia, much to Michelle's chagrin.|
|171 (803)||"Making Out is Hard to Do"||October 11, 1994|
|Stephanie goes to a party at Gia's apartment, but it turns out to be an unsupervised make-out party. Meanwhile, special-guest star Barry Williams (of The Brady Bunch|
|172 (804)||"I've Got a Secret"||October 18, 1994|
| Michelle joins a secret club and they all take an oath to not tell anyone about it, and anyone who tells gets kicked out of the club. When they decide how to become leader of the club they have to get a special toy. When Michelle asks Danny for some money she won't get any until she tells him the reason why she wants some. She then tells him about the secret club. When they have a club meeting, Danny accidentally reveals that he knows about the club and Michelle gets kicked out. Danny, Jesse, and Joey set out to find the toy that would get her back in the club. When the store opens, they're unable to get the toy due to how popular it is. But they find a street merchant and buy one from him. When Michelle gets back in the club, it turns out that the toy that they bought from the street merchant is a rip-off and not the real thing.
Note: There is a scene where they jump up and down on the beds. Watch Michelle's left foot carefully. First, she wears two socks, and then one sock, then two, then she's wearing one sock again.
|173 (805)||"To Joey, With Love"||October 25, 1994|
|Joey is the substitute teacher for Michelle's class. Of course Michelle thinks he'll be the best teacher, but when she pushes him to be fun it gets her sent to the principal's office. Meanwhile, Jesse auditions guitarists, including Danny, for a spot in his new band. Danny turns out to be excellent, and Jesse fears that he'll have to put Danny in the band until he is blown away via an audition by Viper, a young rebel who is smitten with DJ.|
|174 (806)||"You Pet It, You Bought It"||November 1, 1994|
| Michelle makes $221 selling lemonade to construction workers on an unseasonably hot day, and when Kimmy goes with her to the candy store to spend her money, she gets sidetracked and ends up buying a donkey (whom she names Shorty) at a petting zoo instead, causing much trouble amongst the family, such as D.J.'s allergic reaction to Shorty, with her senior pictures the next day, its constant braying during the night, and destroying a valuable photo of one of Danny's ancestors. Everyone likes Becky's idea of donating Shorty to the children's zoo.
Note: Danny refers to Cornwall Tanner as "Great-Great Grandfather General Cornwall Tanner," and tells Michelle that he's her great-great-great grandfather. Later Danny calls him, "Great-Granddaddy Cornwall."
|175 (807)||"On the Road Again"||November 8, 1994|
|Jesse hits the road with his new band, only to find out that it isn't as glamorous as he once thought it was. D.J. gets intimate with Jesse's band's guitarist, Viper, which infuriates Danny and Jesse, and Jesse throws Viper out of the band ("You know the rule, no dating my family!"), but eventually lets him in again after he helps him out in a tight situation involving his past and polka.|
|176 (808)||"Claire and Present Danger"||November 22, 1994|
|Danny and Gia's mom begin dating, which Stephanie and Gia find great but Michelle finds not so great. On Danny and Claire's date at the Smash Club, Michelle has a drastic change in style. D.J. discovers Viper is illiterate, leading to tension between them.|
|177 (809)||"Stephanie's Wild Ride"||November 29, 1994|
|Stephanie and Gia go for joy-ride with a pair of high school boys that they met at the mall, who drive very recklessly. Meanwhile, when Michelle asks for help on a video game, Jesse, Joey, Danny and Becky become obsessed with beating the game. Later, Gia invites Stephanie to go for another joy-ride, but D.J. threatens to tell Danny and Stephanie backs down, only for Gia to get into a car accident, leaving Stephanie surprised.|
|178 (810)||"Under the Influence"||December 6, 1994|
| D.J. and Kimmy go to a college fraternity party, where Kimmy gets drunk. Upon leaving the party, they argue over what really happened. In the subplot, the twins begin to hate Michelle after she hurts their feelings by yelling at them.
Note: In this episode, it is learned that Pam's official cause of death was a car accident involving a drunk driver. (It was already learned in Season 2's "Goodbye, Mr. Bear" that Pam had succumbed to injuries sustained in a car accident, but no information as to how the accident occurred was revealed until this episode.)
|179 (811)||"Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen"||December 13, 1994|
|Jesse and Michelle get locked in a toy store on Christmas Eve when they attempt to return a gift to the grumpy owner (Mickey Rooney). The twins begin to fear Santa Claus. The owner then dresses as Santa Claus and comes to the Tanners' home, after they realize what a nice man he is.|
|180 (812)||"D.J.'s Choice"||January 3, 1995|
|Nelson and Viper fight over who deserves to be D.J.'s boyfriend after Viper breaks up with her. The family along with the rest of the neighborhood work together to help rebuild their vandalized local park. Special guest Frankie Valli.|
|181 (813)||"The Producer"||January 10, 1995|
| Becky is promoted to producer of "Wake Up, San Francisco", making Danny feel jealous. D.J. and Stephanie make a bet on how long they can go without junk food, and Jesse tries to control the twins, who act up at a restaurant. Joey finds out that his favorite cookies, Vanilla Weasels, are no longer being made, making him very disappointed.
Goof: At one time the bowl of celery is on the couch. The next second Stephanie is holding it in her hand.
|182 (814)||"Super Bowl Fun Day"||January 24, 1995|
|Joey and Jesse have previously agreed to take Michelle and her friends to the science museum on the same day as Super Bowl XXIX, so they go to a sports bar, and then have to bring the members of the sports bar to their house after some mishaps. Danny and Becky are on special assignment at the big game in Miami, Florida.|
|183 (815)||"My Left and Right Foot"||January 31, 1995|
|After being teased by her sisters and Kimmy while shopping for shoes, Michelle believes that her feet are too big. With her friend Lisa's help, Michelle attempts to make them smaller by wrapping them in Shrink wrap and soaking them in water filled with Ice cubes. When Danny finds out along with D.J., Stephanie, and Joey he tells D.J. and Stephanie that teasing is not only harmful, it also can really blow things out of proportion for a little kid. D.J. and Stephanie apologize to Michelle. Jesse discovers Becky's bad singing when she joins him, Joey and Danny in singing the boys a bedtime song, (House at Pooh Corner by Kenny Loggins).|
|184 (816)||"Air Jesse"||February 7, 1995|
| Jesse agrees to take part in a charity basketball game, but he clearly doesn't have any skills or knowledge of basketball. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the celebrity referee for the game. Jesse, unknowingly, gets lessons in basketball from him. Becky deals with a bad sweater that Stephanie made.
Note: In the scene where Jesse says "at least I don't have fleas", you can see someone random on the left side of the screen for a second.
|185 (817)||"Dateless in San Francisco"||February 14, 1995|
|In preparation for a Valentine's Day party at school, Michelle and Teddy attempt to be boyfriend and girlfriend. Joey also gets sent candy and flowers from a secret admirer. Jesse and Becky try to have a romantic Valentine's Day and Danny tries to have a good date with Claire as well.|
|186 (818)||"We Got the Beat"||February 21, 1995|
|Stephanie, Gia, their friend Melissa from school, and Kimmy start a band, with Jesse as their manager. But they are more concerned with looks than rehearsing, and their performance is horrific. Danny and Joey try to use D.J.'s homework to get rich quick.|
|187 (819)||"Taking the Plunge"||February 28, 1995|
| Kimmy goes off to Reno, Nevada to get married to her boyfriend, Duane, after getting turned down by every single College in California, and the family thinks it is D.J. marrying Nelson because she didn't get into Stanford, where she had always wanted to go to, and she left a note telling them where she went, but Comet chewed it up and what's left is what seems like D.J. saying she's getting married to Nelson in Reno, but what she actually wrote was that Kimmy was getting married and that she was with Nelson on her way to Reno. They also find an empty jewelry case, which they thought was for a ring, but was really just rented earrings that Nelson had gotten for D.J. to wear. Danny and Jesse hurry to Reno to stop the supposed wedding, only to find out the truth. Kimmy decides not to get married. Meanwhile, Joey meets the Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (aka Queen of England), but while trying to get a picture for Michelle, is mistaken as an assassination and tackled by security guards.
Note: The episode also serves as a sequel to the episode "The Test".
|188 (820)||"Up on the Roof"||March 14, 1995|
|Jesse and Kimmy talk D.J. to pulling a "classic" senior prank: lifting the principal's car up onto the roof of the school. Jesse, however, decides to take the blame when he is caught in the car after trying to put the hood up because it was raining, but D.J. decides to fess up. The principal, however, seems angry at first, but then confesses to D.J. his little secret: that he actually likes seeing who can pull the best prank on him. Michelle and Becky's cooking causes some bad digestion for the Tanners.|
|189 (821)||"Leap of Faith"||March 21, 1995|
|A guest on "Wake Up, San Francisco" convinces Becky to go Bungee jumping, much to Jesse's disapproval. Michelle wants to be more like D.J and Stephanie.|
|190 (822)||"All Stood Up"||April 4, 1995|
| Stephanie asks a boy at school that she has a crush on, Ryan, to go to the dance with her, and he agrees. But on the night of the dance, Ryan doesn't show up, and Danny tries to take charge of the situation but it only makes it worse. Michelle tries to beat D.J. at something, eventually winning at Limbo (dance). Kimmy interferes with Jesse's attempts to lower his blood pressure.
Guest Star: Andrew Keegan as Ryan.
|191 (823)||"Michelle Rides Again (Part I)"||May 23, 1995|
|Michelle enters a horse riding competition and becomes friends with another contestant, Elizabeth. But when Danny and Elizabeth's mother put too much pressure on each of their children to win, Michelle and Elizabeth go off riding for fun instead of going through with the competition. When Michelle attempts to get her horse to jump over a log, the horse panics and Michelle is thrown off, hitting her head. Meanwhile, Kimmy tries to find DJ a prom date, Stephanie tries to rehearse for a play, and Jesse and Joey consider adding to their already busy agenda.|
|192 (824)||"Michelle Rides Again (Part II)"||May 23, 1995|
| Michelle gets amnesia following her accident and cannot remember who she is or who her family is. Everyone tries different things to get Michelle to remember who she is, but nothing works. Stephanie's play partner, Andrew, kisses her after finding out that she has a crush on him and Kimmy has arranged for her boyfriend's cousin to be DJ's prom date. Towards the end, Michelle gets her memory back and everyone is overjoyed to find this out. Michelle has no memory of the accident and asks why everyone is so happy. DJ explains that she hit her head after falling off her horse and Becky says that Michelle couldn't remember anything. Michelle tells everyone that she could never forget them because their her family, which Danny is happy to hear. Kimmy arrives and tells DJ that her date couldn't make it. DJ is disappointed that she'll miss the prom, but Kimmy tells her that she found another date for her in and Steve walks in the door. DJ is happy to see him and they hug and tell each other they have been missed and share a kiss. The family greets Steve and Michelle asks Jesse how out of it she was. Jesse tells her that she was pretty out of it and that it was like a part of her was missing so then a part of all of them was, but that they got through it. Joey says that did it just like always and Danny picks up Michelle and says "Just like we always will" as the episode ends.
Guest Star: Former cast member Scott Weinger reprising his role as Steve.
(Note: This is the episode that have Ashley Olsen as Michelle Memory)
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