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A highschool girl has a crush on her male friend, who only has eyes for another girl from a rich family.
Stand-up comedy hopefuls toil in obscurity at a New York club while waiting for their big break.
The laughter continues in season six of this family comedy series, but not before pulling a few heartstrings. D.J. forgets Kimmy's birthday, Michelle is sad when her best friend Teddy (Tahj Mowry) moves away and, in an effort to fit in with the "cool" girls at school, Stephanie disobeys her dad and gets her ears pierced. Uh oh! Plus, D.J. has a boyfriend, Steve (new series star Scott Weingar).
Don't miss a moment of the final season of Full House. Guest stars include The Brady Bunch's Barry Williams, singer Frankie Valli, basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Mickey Rooney (The Black Stallion). Plus, Danny sees red when Rebecca is promoted over him and Joey accidentally agrees to take Michelle's science club on a field trip - on the biggest football Sunday of the year!
In season seven of the heartwarming comedy series, Stephanie and the family teach 7-year-old Michelle the importance of being able to laugh at yourself and your mistakes. Jesse opens a club for teenagers called the Smash Club, Joey hosts a new television game show about couples and Danny realizes he wants to marry Vicky (guest star Gail Edwards) ... but will she accept? Suzanne Somers guest stars.
The laughs continue as three adorable but headstrong girls teach three grown men about growing up in this heartwarming family comedy. Season five kicks off with 4-year-old Michelle (Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen) acting as matchmaker for their widowed dad (Bob Saget). Meanwhile, Jesse (John Stamos) and wife Rebecca (Lori Loughlin) find out they're having twins. Sounds like this house will be fuller!
As season three of this heartfelt family-friendly comedy series begins, 12-year-old D.J. starts junior high school, younger sister Stephanie gets overpaid by the Tooth Fairy and Michelle (played by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen), who is almost 3, must learn to share. Plus, Joey competes against another comic (guest star Steve Oedekerk) on Star Search. Andrea Barber appears as D.J.'s friend, Kimmy.
In this heartwarming comedy series, if you've got a full house, you've got a full-on party! This season, Jesse and Rebecca get married in a special two-part episode - but why is Jesse late for his own wedding? And, in a must-see crossover episode, Stephanie gets some good advice from Family Matters' uber nerd Steve Urkel (guest star Jaleel White)! Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello also appear.
In season two of this heartfelt comedy, after settling in under one roof, Danny, Jesse and Joey make new career moves and try to add a little romance into their lives. Meanwhile, Stephanie feels the frustrations of being the middle child; toddler Michelle is sad when her best friend moves away; and D.J., the oldest, deals with the pressures of growing up ... and hiding a pet horse!
Some Kind of Wonderful -- Clip: Once a fool, always a fool
Punchline -- When a lonely bottle loses the girl it loves, it must fight to keep the promise it made.
PUNCHLINE, the first major release to hit on this subculture of comedy clubs and struggling comedians, is both funny and sad. Sally Field, Tom Hanks and John Goodman star in this wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the world of stand-up comedy...where laughs are serious business.
D.J. needs a date for her senior prom. Stephanie plays Juliet for a school play but can't get her Romeo to kiss her.
Michelle suffers from amnesia after a fall from a horse. D.J. isn't going to her senior prom--unless Kimmy can persuade her to go. Andrew wants to play Romeo with Stephanie.
Stephanie is upset when the boy she asks to a school dance never arrives. Danny confronts him, embarrassing Stephanie. Jesse tries relaxation to lower his high blood pressure but is annoyed by Kimmy's ostrich.
Jesse tries to stop Rebecca from bungee jumping--but thinks it's okay if he takes risks. Michelle cons her dad into letting her go to a rock concert. (Original Broadcast: Season 8, Episode 21)
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Jesse encourages D.J. to implement the perfect prank--hoisting the principal's car on the roof--before she graduates from school, but he almost gets himself arrested. Rebecca tries to teach Michelle how to cook, but she doesn't know how to cook either.
It's D.J. to the rescue when she learns that Kimmy plans to elope with her new boyfriend, hoping that marriage will solve all her problems. Joey gets an opportunity to meet the Queen of England.
Jesse manages Stephanie's new band but is terminated when he criticizes the group for being more concerned with their appearance than their music. Danny and Joey invest in the stock market, not knowing that the tip they got is from Michelle.
Michelle gets a boyfriend for Valentine's Day, while Joey gets a secret admirer. When Jesse helps Danny plan an elaborate date with Claire, Rebecca feels neglected.
When D.J and Kimmy plan a celebrity charity basketball game, D.J. recruits her family to play. Jesse is embarrassed to admit he can't play basketball. Jesse is coached by a pro--KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR (himself). ADAM ABDUL-JABBAR appears with his dad.
Michelle has nightmares about her feet after her sisters tease her about how big they are growing. Rebecca upsets Jesse when she sings off key to the twins.
When Joey has to take Michelle's science club on a field trip on Super Bowl Sunday, he brings them to a sports bar. D.J's college-scholarship interview at home gets an unexpected interruption.
Danny feels humiliated and quits when Rebecca is promoted to producer of the show. (Original Broadcast: Season 8, Episode 13)
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