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Recap / Fuller House S 1 E 3 Funner House

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Kimmy and Stephanie take DJ out for a "girls' night," leaving Joey in charge.


  • Actor Allusion:
    • It might be coincidental, but Stephanie recounts a story wherein she was a drunken bridesmaid.
    • DJ says she learned to dance through Dancing with the Stars
  • Analogy Backfire: Fernando to Kimmy.
    Fernando: We dance like two panthers, assuming panthers can dance.
    Kimmy: I have no idea what you're talking about, but keep wiggling.
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  • Bait-and-Switch: The kids think it's the pizza delivery's not. They get him back, though.
  • Bucket Booby-Trap: The kids rig one and hit DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy instead of Joey.
  • Call-Back: DJ and Stephanie retell the events of the Full House episode "The Hole In The Wall Gang" to the brothers at the club.
  • Catchphrase: Kimmy lampshades the constant catch phrase when she says Michelle walked into a room and uttered her trademark "You got it, dude."
  • The Cameo: From Macy Gray, who turns out to be a Deadpan Snarker.
    Kimmy: I love your music. And your Thanksgiving Day parade.
    Macy: It takes me all night to blow up that Kermit balloon.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Kimmy's "Dios Mio."
  • Head-Turning Beauty: The studio audience goes nuts when Stephanie first appears in her silver dress.
  • Little Black Dress: DJ wears one with an emphasis on "little."
    I don't know if I should be pulling it down, or pulling it up.
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  • Meet My Good Friends "Lefty" and "Righty": Macy's fists, "Heaven and hell."
  • Mistaken for Gay: DJ and Kimmy, after they dance together. Oddly, they don't bother correcting the misassumption.
  • No Phones Tonight: Joey locks up the kids phones and tablets to make them have fun together.
  • Really Gets Around: Fernando.
    Kimmy: Another Fernando girlfriend. I'd ask you your name, but what's the point?
  • Rock–Paper–Scissors: How the brothers settle everything. Or they would if they didn't both always do scissors.
  • Shout-Out: The title of the episode might be a reference to the game show Fun House, which was also a Lorimar/WB series around the time of the original series.


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