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1st Oct '16 8:24:41 PM tyrekecorrea
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* Joey sending Michelle to the Principal's office for acting up in class, repeatedly.
1st Oct '16 8:24:41 PM tyrekecorrea
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4th Mar '16 3:43:13 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** [[spoiler:D.J. and Steve get back together at the end of part 2, after Michelle got her memory back.]]

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** [[spoiler:D.[[spoiler: D.J. and Steve get back together at the end of part 2, after Michelle got her memory back.]]


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* Becky's make up advice; specifically: "The point of make up is to make it look like you're not wearing any."
11th Jan '16 7:43:57 PM dpisel01
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* In one episode, Stephanie makes a new friend and Danny doesn't like her because she's more independent and calls her mother by her first name ([[Administrivia/DoWeHaveThisOne do we have a trope for]] "overly-judgemental jerkass"?) Stephanie then tells him off for judging her new friend when he barely even knows her. Yes, it's completely ruined when we find out her friend is a smoker, but it was nice to see someone finally call Danny out for being so judgmental.
** Er, I'm calling ValuesDissonance on this one. Danny never explicitly says he doesn't like her, he's just concerned about Stephanie's well being. Being, y'know, a freaking adult, as well as, y'know, a freaking father, he has bit of experience with people, as well as some paternal intuition (no, mothers aren't the only ones with an ominous sixth sense). It's likely he detected something off about this new friend. And he was right.
** Danny very rarely gets called out on being overly-judgemental about people that he barely even knows. The fact that Stephanie of all people told him off for judging her so harshly after only meeting her, for, y'know, five seconds, is great.



* "Stephanie's Wild Ride" from Season 8 centered on Stephanie and Gia pretending to be 16 and getting into a car with two high school guys they didn't know and who drove dangerously. D.J. gets an awesome moment because she refuses to let Stephanie go out when Gia and the guys show up again later that night, and talks her through the fact that as you get older, you're more able to tell yourself when something is dangerous. The sisterly bonding doubles as a HeartwarmingMoment later on, when Danny tells both girls that [[spoiler: Gia was injured in a car accident that evening.]]

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* "Stephanie's Wild Ride" from Season 8 centered on Stephanie and Gia pretending to be 16 and getting into a car with two high school guys they didn't know and who drove dangerously. D.J. gets an awesome moment because she refuses to let Stephanie go out when Gia and the guys show up again later that night, and talks her through the fact that as you get older, you're more able to tell yourself when something is dangerous. The sisterly bonding doubles as a HeartwarmingMoment later on, when Danny tells both girls that [[spoiler: Gia was injured in a car accident that evening.]]evening.
* Danny any time he busts his daughters for doing something they shouldn't and effortlessly disciplines them, rarely even needing to raise his voice.
18th Dec '15 5:52:46 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* In one episode, D.J. and Stephanie's antics end with a hole punched through Danny's bedroom wall. They steal spackle from Jesse and Joey to fix it, but end up with a lumpy patch job. So the girls move all of Danny's furniture a few inches to the right to cover the patch, and lie to Danny's face when he gets home. And they ''don't ever get caught''. For this show, that alone is EPIC.

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* In one episode, "The Hole In The Wall Gang", D.J. and Stephanie's antics end with a hole punched through Danny's bedroom wall. They steal spackle from Jesse and Joey to fix it, but end up with a lumpy patch job. So the girls move all of Danny's furniture a few inches to the right to cover the patch, and lie to Danny's face when he gets home. And they ''don't ever get caught''. For this show, that alone is EPIC.
12th Sep '15 10:02:14 AM TotalDramaRox97
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* Kimmy doing something smart in "We Got The Beat" by buying Joey's and Danny's stocks in a toy company at its all time low. So when the stock went up massively she made a huge profit.
7th Sep '15 4:33:39 PM EnglishGuruLady
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* "Stephanie's Wild Ride" from Season 8 centered on Stephanie and Gia pretending to be 16 and getting into a car with two high school guys they didn't know and who drove dangerously. D.J. gets an awesome moment because she refuses to let Stephanie go out when Gia and the guys show up again later that night, and talks her through the fact that as you get older, you're more able to tell yourself when something is dangerous. The sisterly bonding doubles as a HeartwarmingMoment later on, when Danny tells both girls that [[spoiler: Gia was injured in a car accident that evening.]]
* Becky facing her fear of heights in "Leap of Faith" to go bungee-jumping is pretty darn awesome.
27th Jun '15 2:22:39 PM ZeroWizard
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* In one episode, D.J.'s and Stephanie's antics end with a hole punched through Danny's bedroom wall. They steal spackle from Jesse and Joey to fix it, but end up with a lumpy patch job. So the girls move all of Danny's furniture a few inches to the right to cover the patch, and lie to Danny's face when he gets home. And they ''don't ever get caught''. (For this show, that alone is EPIC.)

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* In one episode, D.J.'s and Stephanie's antics end with a hole punched through Danny's bedroom wall. They steal spackle from Jesse and Joey to fix it, but end up with a lumpy patch job. So the girls move all of Danny's furniture a few inches to the right to cover the patch, and lie to Danny's face when he gets home. And they ''don't ever get caught''. (For For this show, that alone is EPIC.)
10th Mar '15 11:03:25 PM TitoMosquito
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** Danny comes to tell them he realized something is off... [[spoiler:someone moved his baking soda.]]

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** Danny comes to tell them he realized something is off... [[spoiler:someone moved his the baking soda.soda in his drawer.]]
13th Feb '15 6:14:23 AM ElegantVamp
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* Joey sending Michelle to the Principal's office for acting up in class, repeatedly.
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