Full House (1987–1995)

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Family

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A widowed broadcaster raises his three children with the assistance of his rock 'n' roll brother-in-law and his madcap best friend.

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  • Whitman Mayo in Full House (1987)
  • Marla Sokoloff and Molly Morgan in Full House (1987)
  • Jeff Franklin in Full House (1987)
  • Bob Saget and Jodie Sweetin in Full House (1987)
  • Lisa Aliff and Dave Coulier in Full House (1987)
  • Miko Hughes in Full House (1987)

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6 July 2004 | jvasser
The First Season was the best.
I have to tell you, I really liked this show, but I only REALLY liked this show in the First Season. I love the episodes with Joey, Danny, and Jesse as the main characters. They were the funniest characters in the show. But when the kids grew up, there was suddenly a second plot in most episodes. Then it suddenly stopped being as funny as when there were a few main characters. But it was still pretty funny. I'm not saying that it's not good in the later seasons, it's just not AS good. It's all funny, but the First Season is the funniest. I still love the show after 17 years. Watch it when you get the chance, especially when it's the First Season, I love those episodes! I give the show overall an 8.5/10

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Did You Know?


The show initially was going to have a ninth season. However, the ninth season was to be on the (then) new WB Network as an old, "classic" show to help launch the new network and lineup. John Stamos (Jesse) did not like how the show was being dropped from ABC, a top three network, and moving to a fledgling new network and announced that the eighth season would be his last. Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.) also planned on the eighth season as her last, doing sporadic guest appearances during the ninth season as her character D.J. came home to visit from college during the holidays, as Cameron in real life was planning on going to college after season eight. After these two announced their departures, the others decided that it was time to call it quits, and the writers decided the series had gone as far as it could go, and the eighth season on ABC (1994-1995) ended up being the final season for Full House (1987).


Jesse: Have mercy!


In the episode where Joey is playing in a charity hockey game, the whole gang goes to the ice skating rink. When Jesse is first stepping out on to the ice, he already has big wet spots on his knees.

Alternate Versions

A longer version of the theme song was used in the first few seasons of the show but was truncated in later reruns, though this version was kept on some episodes, such as the pilot when it airs on ABC Family. First season episodes in syndication also feature a credit for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (they were only credited during the end credits in the first season).


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Comedy | Drama | Family

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