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It's 10:25am, and Jesse is 25 minutes late for the wedding. The phone at the church rings, and it's Jesse, who tells Becky that he's in jail in Tomato Country, Becky heads there to get Jesse released.
The episode was rated 8.47 from 91 votes.
Teaser: John Stamos, who plays as Jesse, gives an advisory about the episode. Main Synopsis: In a special episode: Jesse's grandfather Iorgos "Papouli" Katsopolis is back from Greece for another visit. The family finds it pleasant to have Papouli around. One morning during Papouli's visit, everyone goes to wake him up after Michelle has gone to school -- only to discover that Papouli has died in his sleep. His death was caused by heart failure. When Michelle arrives home from school later that day, Danny tells her that Papouli has died. Michelle is devastated, and it turns out that only one person can comfort Michelle, and that person is Jesse, who is taking it just as hard. Kimmy and D.J. argue over a pair of sunglasses, but Papouli's death helps them realize that friendship is too important for them to argue over a pair of sunglasses.
The episode was rated 8.39 from 83 votes.
Teaser: Michelle is tired of always losing to D.J., no matter what game they play against each other. Main Synopsis: Stephanie is heartbroken after she makes a date to go to a school dance with her classmate Ryan, and Ryan stands her up. Danny has a talk with Ryan, who later apologizes to Stephanie for standing her up. Meanwhile, a doctor from an insurance company tells Jesse that his blood pressure needs to be lowered and Jesse needs to relax, but it's not long before Jesse is interrupted by Kimmy's bagpipe practice. One sound leads to another, and there is soon a war of music going on in the backyard while Jesse is also being terrorized by an ostrich that Kimmy is taking care of. Michelle tries to find a game that will give her a chance to win against D.J. for once.
The episode was rated 8.35 from 83 votes.
Jesse and Becky return from their honeymoon, which took place in Bora Bora, an island near Tahiti. Becky reminds Jesse that he needs to start packing if he's going to move to Becky's home. Michelle doesn't take this very well.
The episode was rated 8.29 from 95 votes.
In a special episode: Stephanie and her classmate Charles are assigned to work together on a homework assignment. After school, Charles goes to the house with Stephanie, and while working on the assignment with Stephanie, Charles slips up and is forced to admit that his father beats him all the time.
The episode was rated 8.23 from 86 votes.
D.J. has fallen for Ricky, the paperboy. This gives Rusty the idea for his latest prank. Rusty writes a love letter and plans to make D.J. think the letter is from Ricky, this starts a chain reaction where everyone else in the house intercepts the letter and falls for it.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 111 votes.
Jesse calls to say that he and Samantha have gone to Lake Tahoe, where they have been skiing with friends. When Danny tells D.J. and Stephanie that Jesse has left and may move out, D.J. explains to Danny that when Pam died, D.J. thought that she would never again feel comfortable living in this house, until Jesse and Joey moved in and things got better. That's why D.J. and Stephanie don't want Jesse to move, so D.J. and Stephanie form a plan to make sure that doesn't happen -- they call Jesse and tell Jesse that Michelle is sick, when D.J. and Stephanie know that Michelle is not sick. From Lake Tahoe, Jesse drives his motorcycle behind a cattle truck for 4 hours in the freezing cold and arrives home only to discover that Michelle is really not sick, and that D.J. and Stephanie tricked him into coming home. Danny and Joey talk Jesse into not moving out, and they agree that Jesse needs more privacy than he's been getting.
The episode was rated 8.19 from 107 votes.
Teaser: Joey plays baseball with Michelle. Main Synopsis: Jesse wants to have a romantic night with Becky, who tells Jesse that she can't because she is scheduled for a business dinner with Beau McIntyre, a former football player who is scheduled to be a guest on "Wake Up, San Francisco", and this makes Jesse jealous. There are 20 minutes left until Stephanie has to be at dance class, so what is there to do until then? She can't get anyone to listen to her about how her day has gone so far, even Joey, who is preoccupied with his new car "Rosie". When Joey sees a nick in Rosie's paint, he leaves with Comet to go to Sid & Jean's Auto Supplies to buy a bottle of touch up paint. While Joey is gone, Stephanie gets inside of "Rosie" so she'll have something to do. As she is sitting in the driver's seat, she decides to turn the radio on, and after messing with the radio, and it doesn't come on, Stephanie turns the key, hoping that she's turning it toward the auxiliary option that allows you
The episode was rated 8.14 from 91 votes.
Stephanie's dance teacher has told her that she has the potential to become a professional dancer. It would be a dream come true for Stephanie, but it means taking special classes before and after school and on weekends, an earlier bedtime, and less TV. As a result, Stephanie no longer has enough free time to spend with friends and family, and she has a dance recital coming up, and Danny is more excited about it than Stephanie is.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 92 votes.
Danny introduces Vicky to the family, and Bay City magazine has chosen Danny as their bachelor of the month. When the issue that Danny is in is released, a lot of women start asking Danny out on dates and because of this he’s out virtually every night and Michelle misses her dad not being home to tuck her in at bedtime every night.
The episode was rated 8.12 from 89 votes.
Teaser: Having a family photo taken for a Christmas card. Main Synopsis: The family is on a flight to Colorado to spend Christmas with some relatives, and this is a trip that Danny has spent months planning -- but on the way to Colorado, a blizzard forces an emergency landing at an unfamiliar airport. The family is forced to spend Christmas in the baggage claim room, where everyone thinks Christmas is ruined this time around. Among the things that happen here are: Jesse's father Nick tries to get Jesse to kiss Becky under a mistletoe, D.J. is upset that the gifts that the family brought along on the flight with them are missing, and Michelle is afraid of Lionel, a man who made her cry on the airplane. Jesse, becoming ever so frustrated by everyone's sour attitudes, speaks to the people in the baggage claim room about the real meaning of Christmas, then Santa Claus shows up and shows the family where the missing gifts are, and it turns out that Lionel is Santa Claus.
The episode was rated 8.11 from 114 votes.
Teaser: Stephanie reads a fairy tale to Michelle. Main Synopsis: In a radio contest, D.J. wins a "dream night for 2" with the Beach Boys. Problem is, according to the rules of the contest, D.J. is allowed to take only one of the guys with her, and she can't decide who to go with. When the Beach Boys show up to pick D.J. up, they make things easier by allowing D.J. to bring Stephanie, Michelle, and all three of the guys with her. Tag: More from the family's dream night with the Beach Boys.
The episode was rated 8.10 from 116 votes.
Jesse is back home from the tour that he and the Rippers went on over the summer, and an ultrasound shows that Becky is carrying twins. While this thrills Becky, the same can't be said for Jesse, who feels afraid of what is now a double responsibility that awaits him.
The episode was rated 8.09 from 125 votes.
Becky and the twins come home from the hospital, and Becky's doctor has mentioned that it's common for new mothers to have mood swings. Nicky and Alex are still wearing their hospital bracelets. Michelle feels left out when D.J. and Stephanie are allowed to hold the twins and she’s not allowed to. Becky wants Nicky and Alex to be wearing the booties her mother made for them but Jesse doesn't think the booties are manly.
The episode was rated 8.08 from 109 votes.
D.J. is absolutely fed up with Stephanie. Therefore, D.J. petitions the guys to let her have her own bedroom, she feels that after four years of sharing a bedroom with Stephanie she needs her own space.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 122 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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