Full House

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Comedian Bob Saget stars in this heartfelt comedy series as Danny Tanner, the widowed father of three young and rambunctious girls: 9-month-old Michelle, 5-year-old Stephanie and 10-year-old D.J. Danny recruits his two buddies — his rock 'n' roller brother-in-law, Jesse (John Stamos), and best friend, Joey (Dave Coulier), a struggling stand-up comic — to move in and help him raise the brood.
Starring
John StamosBob SagetDave Coulier
Genres
ComedyKids
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. Our Very First Show
    September 21, 1987
    25min
    TV-G
    Subtitles
    English [CC]
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    English
    Danny Tanner, widowed father of three young and rambunctious girls recruits his two buddies, his brother-in-law, Jesse, and his best friend, Joey, to move in and help him raise the brood.
  2. 2. Our Very First Night
    September 24, 1987
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    The girls are rockin' when Uncle Jesse is left in charge of them for the night, but Danny is reeling when he arrives home to find Jesse conducting band practice.
  3. 3. The First Day of School
    October 1, 1987
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Stephanie's reluctance to attend her first day of school disappears when Joey and Jesse visit her kindergarten class.
  4. 4. The Return Of Grandma
    October 8, 1987
    25min
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    A frantic search for Jesse's missing pet turtle leaves the Tanner home disheveled, just before an unexpected visit from the guys' mothers.
  5. 5. Sea Cruise
    October 15, 1987
    25min
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    English
    Danny's all-male fishing trip turns into a love-boat cruise, complete with a female captain and an all-girl rock band.
  6. 6. Daddy's Home
    October 22, 1987
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    When Danny hears Michelle call Jesse and Joey "Dada" he knows that he isn't spending enough time with his daughters and creates a father/daughter day.
  7. 7. Knock Yourself Out
    October 29, 1987
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Danny's audition for a job as a boxing announcer is a disaster. Meanwhile, the guys care for baby Michelle, who is sick with a cold.
  8. 8. Jesse's Girl
    November 5, 1987
    24min
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    Jesse's dream girl turns into a nightmare when she stops dating him and starts dating Joey.
  9. 9. The Miracle Of Thanksgiving
    November 19, 1987
    25min
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    The Thanksgiving holiday doesn't work out as planned when everyone teams up to prepare the feast but the results aren't exactly worth eating.
  10. 10. Joey's Place
    December 3, 1987
    25min
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    English
    Joey feels expendable when he prepares for a two-week comedy tour and the family starts acting like he's gone before he leaves.
  11. 11. The Big Three-O
    December 10, 1987
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Danny arrives at his surprise 30th birthday party only to discover that Jesse has accidentally driven his prized car into the bay.
  12. 12. Our Very First Promo
    December 17, 1987
    24min
    TV-G
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Members of the Tanner family are thrilled when they are chosen to appear in a local promotion at Danny's TV station.
  13. 13. Sisterly Love
    January 7, 1988
    25min
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    Jesse suggests that D.J. audition for a commercial after she does well in a school performance. D.J. does well in her audition, but when she leaves the room, the part is given to Stephanie.
  14. 14. Half A Love Story
    January 14, 1988
    25min
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    Jesse uses baby Michelle to get a date with one of Danny's co-workers, but when a girlfriend of Jesse's tells the story of how she met Jesse with Michelle, Jesse's date is postponed.
  15. 15. A Pox In Our House
    January 28, 1988
    25min
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    English
    Danny is excited about the chance to play basketball with the Harlem Globetrotters, but when his family contracts chicken pox, finding a baby-sitter for Michelle seems impossible.
  16. 16. But Seriously, Folks
    February 4, 1988
    25min
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    English
    Joey's comic debut in front of a talent scout is jinxed when a member of the audience, Phyllis Diller, takes over his spot in the lineup.
  17. 17. Danny's Very First Date
    February 11, 1988
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Danny has not dated anyone since his wife's death one year ago.
  18. 18. Just One of the Guys
    March 3, 1988
    24min
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    D.J. is jealous of the guys when her cousin comes for a visit and spends most of his time roughhousing with Danny.
  19. 19. The Seven-Month Itch, Part 1
    March 10, 1988
    25min
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    English
    Unbeknownst to the family, Jesse leaves the house after becoming frustrated because of his lack of privacy.
  20. 20. The Seven-Month Itch, Part 2
    March 17, 1988
    25min
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    English
    The girls devise a scheme to bring their Uncle Jesse home after he leaves the house to find some privacy.
  21. 21. Mad Money
    April 28, 1988
    25min
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    English [CC]
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    English
    Jesse succeeds when he secretly plans an Elvis Presley tribute at a nightclub. Meanwhile, Joey attempts to pay back money that Danny lent him 11 years ago.
  22. 22. D.J. Tanner's Day Off
    May 5, 1988
    25min
    TV-G
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    English [CC]
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    English
    D.J. takes advantage of Joey's gullible nature by convincing him that she is sick so she can skip school and sneak down to the mall to get Stacey Q's autograph.

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Supporting actors
Candace Cameron BureJodie SweetinMary-Kate OlsenAshley Olsen
Producers
Lenny RippsDon Van Atta
Season year
1988
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5.0 out of 5 stars
Bring on the Nostalgia!
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Full House was one of my favorite shows growing up, and I have really enjoyed watching Fuller House so far. It's great to see the classic characters back, and the new characters do a great job of fitting right in as well. It has the same cheesy family sitcom humor that we loved about Full House, along with the heartwarming moments and classic catchphrases.

Even though Fuller House is available on Netflix, I personally always like having physical copies of movies and TV shows, so I was really glad to see that they put this out on DVD. It would have been cool to get some special features on here maybe of behind the scenes footage, or cast interviews, but I guess it's not a huge deal.

I think that anyone who watched Full House will appreciate this show, because it was clearly created for fans of the series. Any negative reviews that you see on the internet are usually from people who either never watched Full House, or people who just hate nostalgia and fun. If you're a Full House fan, I would recommend checking this out.
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AZReviewed in the United States on July 20, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not QUITE family friendly
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I loved Full House and my kids have been getting into it, so I decided to check out Fuller House. I found after episode one, that I now have to watch any episodes and determine whether it is appropriate for my kids to watch. I'm at about a 50/50 so far. Don't get me wrong, it's FAR tamer than anything out there on network, but the scantily clad occasional outfits and the sexual innuendoes and references are not what I consider TV7 by any means, nor G-rated. If I didn't watch beforehand and not let them see certain episodes, they would for sure have questions on things they don't yet need to be encountered with.
On a side note, I'm really tired of shows having to throw their political agenda in. Liberal or conservative I don't care, to have a reference on our president being a bad man, is tasteless in my opinion, and would never happen if our president would be liberal. Just tiresome and hypocritical, in my opinion.
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HUNYB777Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Clean heads, clean minds, clean body’s, all create healthier lives.
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Lots of sexual innuendo. More so that the Full House ever had. I did let my preteens grandboys watch it, because their parents let them. They completed the series and that’s that. It was good all but the sexuality I felt was uncalled for. I don’t let them watch stuff to arouse their sexual senses. They’ll get that soon enough without me helping them along. It’s a shame we can’t have shows and movies without drawing out the hormones. We complain about so much abortion and then we put it in our heads and our kids heads to have sex! How about backing off? Won’t buy no more full house nothing.
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Vickie D.Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Very skimpy clothing.... awful.
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It's so sad how much sexual innuendo these shows have!! I am constantly on the search to have something to watch in the evenings with my six children. We have enjoyed the complete series of Full House (even they had some questionable scenes). I decided to try one season of Fuller House. Big mistake. Tried watching 3 episodes and the clothes even made my 9 year old cringe. Why can't we have good wholesome shows anymore?! Very sad and these shows are going into the trash where they belongs. Very disappointing and sad.
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Robert L. FrazierReviewed in the United States on April 3, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
Fuller House is just as funny as the original!
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Having grown up watching "Full House", I find this reboot to be a nice continuation of the story. DJ, Stephanie and Kimmy Gibbler are all grown up and living together in the Tanner house helping the recently widowed DJ raise her three sons. The show is still wholesome and funny with winning performances from the entire cast. I'm already looking forward to Season 2!
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JABReviewed in the United States on November 22, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Not a big deal though cause the replacement was in perfect condition. The show is very reminiscent of the ...
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This is number two unfortunately due to the original set being damaged on arrival (loose disc scratched up). Not a big deal though cause the replacement was in perfect condition. The show is very reminiscent of the original full house. I can't help but love it. Almost all of the characters of the original set make an appearance (save for Michelle aka Mary-Kate and Ashley). I wish that they could be convinced to make a brief appearance, even for only one episode, just to show up with the old "family" but it's up to them. Great show and great products. I can't wait for the second season to pop up for sale.
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Joseph Perry McallisterReviewed in the United States on June 7, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
It's sad to see how badly today's world needs to be entertained
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I was ,from the beginning, a FAN of the original series. This shame seems to be a cry for one last attempt of attention. The story plots drag on and fade to boredom as the same things are just about repeated from episode to episode. And there are too many flashbacks to the original series that are the better parts of this show, but I'd rather watch those parts in their original entirety.
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CaimanHunterReviewed in the United States on May 19, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
What Can You Say!
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We were fans of the show when we were children and after my 9 year old watched Fuller House of Netflix she asked about TOS, so we bought her one season. She loved it. We'll probably end up buying the entire series before it's all said and done, unless it comes out on Amazon for free at some point! It's still a cute show, and it's child friendly.
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