History Series / FullHouse

7th Jan '17 4:14:25 AM TomServo
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*** It seems to be an imitation of Archie Bunker. Why is anyone's guess.
22nd Dec '16 6:55:35 PM TitoMosquito
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* BigShutUp: DJ screams this in "Super Bowl Fun Day".
11th Dec '16 9:39:44 AM LarryMullen
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* CaliforniaDoubling: In a case where both setting and filming location are in California - WB's lot in Los Angeles doubled for San Francisco. Only one episode was shot in Frisco (and both a Hawaii episode and the ones at Disney World are on location). Then after production ended, the next show to use Full House's studio lot was ''Series/{{Friends}}'' - Los Angeles doubling for New York!



* MakingUseOfTheTwin: Michelle was played by both Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Child labor laws wouldn't allow one actor to work enough hours to play the part, so one would be swapped in when the other's time was up.
** Taken advantage of in 4 different episodes when the two appear on screen together for various reasons (character dream, hallucinations, identical cousins).
3rd Oct '16 4:52:37 PM foxley
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* ActingUnnatural: In "Little Shop of Sweaters" D.J and Stephanie are entering a store at the mall to return a royal blue sweater Stephanie accidentally shoplifted (she thought it was credit, as evidenced by the "Buy Now, Pay Later" sign, not knowing it required a credit card). D.J. tells Stephanie to act casual, to which she begins strutting leisurely while humming. D.J. then tells Stephanie to "just act regular," to which she does, until the stolen sweater sets off the door alarm.
1st Oct '16 8:17:10 PM tyrekecorrea
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* MistakenForServant: In the finale:

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* MistakenForServant: In At the local horse stables in the finale:
1st Oct '16 7:43:27 PM tyrekecorrea
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** In the episode in which Stephanie wrecks a car into the house, nearly every character reacts with their catchphrase upon seeing the wreck. Stephanie (imitating "Wreck-It Ralph"): I'm gonna wreck it!

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** In the episode in which Stephanie wrecks a car into the house, nearly every character reacts with their catchphrase upon seeing the wreck. Stephanie (imitating "Wreck-It Ralph"): Stephanie: I'm gonna wreck it!
19th Aug '16 11:13:51 AM DustSnitch
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* AbandonedCatchphrase: When Michelle was a baby and started talking, she would say "Don't worry, be happy" whenever someone is upset. As she got older, this one got phased out in favor of her other [[CatchPhrase catch phrases]].



*** When she was a baby and started talking, she would say "Don't worry, be happy" whenever someone is upset.
21st Jul '16 10:28:10 PM DrOO7
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* MinorFlawMajorBreakup: After Danny breaks up with yet another terrific woman because of her messy apartment (though that's understandable for anyone, but especially for a NeatFreak like Danny), Joey and Jesse gently, but firmly point out to him that he finds imperfections in ''every'' woman that he dates and uses it as an excuse to dump them, all because deep down, he isn't over Pam.
24th Jun '16 6:36:33 PM ironballs16
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A 1987-1995 DomCom about the widower father Danny Tanner with three young daughters. He asked his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (a musician with a love of Elvis) and his best friend Joey Gladstone (a stand-up comic with no shortage of impersonations) to help him with the day-to-day needs. The three share a house and the duties of raising Danny's three daughters, 5th grader Donna Jo aka D.J., kindergartener Stephanie and baby Michelle. In season four, Jesse marries his girlfriend Rebecca, who moves into the house, whereupon they have twin boys and both families end up living under the same roof. The show was the flagship of ABC's TGIF lineup in the early 1990s.

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A 1987-1995 DomCom about the widower father Danny Tanner with three young daughters. He asked his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (a musician with a love of Elvis) Elvis and later The Beach Boys) and his best friend Joey Gladstone (a stand-up comic with no shortage of impersonations) to help him with the day-to-day needs. The three share a house and the duties of raising Danny's three daughters, 5th grader Donna Jo aka D.J., kindergartener Stephanie and baby Michelle. In season four, Jesse marries his girlfriend Rebecca, who moves into the house, whereupon they have twin boys and both families end up living under the same roof. The show was the flagship of ABC's TGIF lineup in the early 1990s.
8th Jun '16 1:26:28 PM EnglishGuruLady
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**Another perhaps unintentional example occurs at the end of "Bachelor of the Month." Danny catches Michelle spying as he and Vicky kiss, and tells her to go upstairs. She responds with a giggle and a "Toot, toot!" On the surface, this is a reference to her current favorite bedtime story, which involves a tugboat. However, it could also be the writers' commentary on Danny finally getting some action. Yes, lades and gentlemen, they made a sexual comment on a family DomCom via the five-year-old.
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