Full House

Full House

  • TV-G
  • 1989
  • 8 Seasons
  • 6.7  (53,192)

Full House centers around the lives of the Tanner family. Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, is the father of three girls who has lost his wife. To help him in raising the girls his wife's brother, Jesse Katsopolis, played by John Stamos, and his best friend Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier, move in with him. The girls prove to be more than a handful for three young men who have no experience in raising children. The show is a comedy which occasionally touches on more meaningful subjects such as bullying or under age drinking. The girls D.J., Stephanie and Michelle all have different personalities which adds to the interest of the show. D.J. Is the oldest and is constantly trying to assert her independence. Stephanie is the middle child who is exceptionally bright for her age. Stephanie often provides the comic end to the banter between the various adults with her one-liners. Michelle is the youngest and often uses her cuteness to get what she wants. The girls often fight between themselves as most siblings do, which often results in a punishment being handed down by their father. The men in the household also have their own personalities which enhance the interactions in the show. Danny is the responsible one who always tries to do the best thing for his girls. Jesse is a free spirit with a bit of a wild side. He has a rock band and drives a motorcycle. He is also very handsome and enjoys dating various women without forming any real attachments to any of them. Joey is an actual comedian on the show who works for a children's television show. Joey has his room in the basement which later becomes a recording studio for Jesse. The show takes a lighthearted look at raising children as single parents. The plot of having three men raising three girls in one household adds to the mischief and humor, while also showing the nurturing side men can have.

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Michelle Rides Again, Part 2
24. Michelle Rides Again, Part 2
May 23, 1995
Michelle wakes up to find she has amnesia. Everyone else tries to pretend everything's okay. In the mean time, Stephanie gets kissed by Andrew, and DJ's prom date is Steve.
Michelle Rides Again, Part 1
23. Michelle Rides Again, Part 1
May 23, 1995
Michelle and her friend that's new want to go on a horse ride. Michelle's horse gets scared and Michelle falls, which makes her lose her memory.
All Stood Up
22. All Stood Up
April 4, 1995
Stephanie wants to go on a date with someone from her school, but soon gets stood up. Danny then makes matters worse by interfering. It's up to him to patch things up with Stephanie and her date.
Leap of Faith
21. Leap of Faith
March 21, 1995
Becky decides to go bungee jumping along with someone else, but Jesse feels offended by that, making Becky angry. He then decides to take some advice from Joey, who says to let her do something on her own, giving her some more freedom, and eventually has to take the jump himself with Becky.
Up on the Roof
20. Up on the Roof
March 14, 1995
DJ wants to pull a senior prank to be recognized by her school, and her's is to put the principal's car on the roof of the school. She would have pulled it off, but it started to rain on the car, with the hood off. She and Jesse get into trouble when they get caught.
Taking the Plunge
19. Taking the Plunge
February 28, 1995
DJ finds out she didn't get into Stanford, and neither did Kimmy (gee, what a surprise.) This is bad news for Kimmy, because that was her last chance to get into a college in California, and that could jeopardize her friendship with DJ. She decides to marry Duane in Nevada, and DJ joins her later. The guys think DJ's getting married to him, and they go to Nevada to "stop her."
We Got the Beat
18. We Got the Beat
February 21, 1995
Stephanie starts a band for a show, but she hasn't practiced much, and focuses mainly on the look of the band. Jesse thinks she's going the wrong way, but Stephanie thinks otherwise, and driving Jesse away from her. But because of that, she screws up the contest for her.
Dateless in San Francisco
17. Dateless in San Francisco
February 14, 1995
Michelle's class sells the most candy bars in a fund-raiser, so there is going to be a Valentine's party. Michelle picks Teddy to go with.
Air Jesse
16. Air Jesse
February 7, 1995
DJ vs. Kimmy in a charity basketball game. Jesse can't play very good, so Kareem Abdul-Jabbar teaches him and helps him find his sweet spot. Jesse ends up making the game winning shot.
My Left and Right Foot
15. My Left and Right Foot
January 31, 1995
Michelle's feet continue to grow, and DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy make fun of her.
Super Bowl Fun Day
14. Super Bowl Fun Day
January 25, 1995
Joey needs to keep a promise with Michelle and her friends to take them to the museum, but he also wants to watch the Super Bowl. In the meantime, DJ has an interview with a representative for a scholarship.
The Producer
13. The Producer
January 10, 1995
Becky gets named producer of "Wake Up, San Francisco!" and Danny gets bothered by this.
D.J.'s Choice
12. D.J.'s Choice
January 3, 1995
DJ comes down to a very hard choice, Nelson or Viper. DJ has a tough time choosing.
Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen
11. Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen
December 13, 1994
Michelle takes back a gift she got Danny. When the person (Mr. Dreghorn) won't take it back, Jesse refuses to leave. Mr. Dreghorn pulls the alarm and the police come!
Under the Influence
10. Under the Influence
December 6, 1994
Kimmy gets really drunk at a party, and then decides to drive home. DJ stops her, which upsets Kimmy. DJ then explains that she was only trying to protect her that way.
Stephanie's Wild Ride
9. Stephanie's Wild Ride
November 29, 1994
Stephanie goes on a ride with two college boys. Later on, they went on another, only DJ wouldn't let Stephanie go. It ends up that the boys wrecked the car and got hurt.
Claire and Present Danger
8. Claire and Present Danger
November 22, 1994
Michelle starts feeling left out when Danny starts dating Gia's mom, Claire.
On the Road Again
7. On the Road Again
November 8, 1994
Jesse goes back to his old hotel room. It turns out it has changed drasticly. The room has become a dump since the last time he was there.
You Pet It, You Bought It
6. You Pet It, You Bought It
November 1, 1994
After earning $200 selling lemonade on a hot summer day, Michelle goes to a petting zoo and buys a donkey--creating havoc in the Tanner household.
To Joey, With Love
5. To Joey, With Love
October 25, 1994
Joey goes as substitute teacher of Michelle's class. Little does she know, he's not trying to be funny, which gets her in trouble. In the meantime, Danny tries out for Jesse's band.
I've Got a Secret
4. I've Got a Secret
October 18, 1994
Michelle tells Danny about a secret club, and when he lets others know, probably accidentally, she is kicked out of the club.
Making out is Hard to Do
3. Making out is Hard to Do
October 11, 1994
Danny has laryngitis, which will lead to an important part of the episode. Stephanie is invited to a make-out party, but she thought it was a regular party. She calls DJ but Danny answers.
Breaking Away
2. Breaking Away
October 4, 1994
Jesse and Becky find it hard to let go when the twins start pre-school.
Comet's Excellent Adventure
1. Comet's Excellent Adventure
September 27, 1994
While Jesse is obsessing over his band problems, he mistakenly tells Michelle she can walk Comet on her own. But the small girl can't handle a big golden retriever like Comet, and he gets away from her, chasing after a "Funky Franks" car.
Description

Full House centers around the lives of the Tanner family. Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, is the father of three girls who has lost his wife. To help him in raising the girls his wife's brother, Jesse Katsopolis, played by John Stamos, and his best friend Joey Gladstone, played by Dave Coulier, move in with him. The girls prove to be more than a handful for three young men who have no experience in raising children. The show is a comedy which occasionally touches on more meaningful subjects such as bullying or under age drinking.

The girls D.J., Stephanie and Michelle all have different personalities which adds to the interest of the show. D.J. Is the oldest and is constantly trying to assert her independence. Stephanie is the middle child who is exceptionally bright for her age. Stephanie often provides the comic end to the banter between the various adults with her one-liners. Michelle is the youngest and often uses her cuteness to get what she wants. The girls often fight between themselves as most siblings do, which often results in a punishment being handed down by their father.

The men in the household also have their own personalities which enhance the interactions in the show. Danny is the responsible one who always tries to do the best thing for his girls. Jesse is a free spirit with a bit of a wild side. He has a rock band and drives a motorcycle. He is also very handsome and enjoys dating various women without forming any real attachments to any of them. Joey is an actual comedian on the show who works for a children's television show. Joey has his room in the basement which later becomes a recording studio for Jesse. The show takes a lighthearted look at raising children as single parents. The plot of having three men raising three girls in one household adds to the mischief and humor, while also showing the nurturing side men can have.Full House is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (195 episodes). The series first aired on April 7, 1989.

Full House is available for streaming on the ABC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Full House on demand at Amazon, Hulu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    April 7, 1989
  • IMDB Rating
    6.7  (53,192)