REVIEW: FULL HOUSE – THE HALLOWEEN EPISODES

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MAIN CAST

Bob Saget (How I Met Your Mother)
John Stamos (Party Monster)
Dave Coulier (The Real Ghostbusters)
Candace Cameron (The View)
Jodie Sweetin (Wait Before Mickey)
Mary-Kate Olsen (Beastly)
Ashley Olsen (Two of a Kind)
Lori Loughlin (When Calls the Heart)
Andrea Barber (Days of Our Lives)

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IT’S NOT MY JOB

Jesse has made his first sale of an advertising jingle. As a result, Jesse tells his father, Nick Katsopolis, that he wants to leave the pest exterminator business that is run by Nick, and Nick is severely disappointed by this – so disappointed, that Nick loses his temper with Jesse and says that he is out of the family. Jesse and his mother Irene manage to talk some sense into Nick, who realizes that Jesse has a dream about making it in the music business, and Nick and Jesse work things out. Meanwhile, Stephanie is afraid to go to the dentist to get a tooth filled, and she is even more nervous when she is actually sitting in the examination chair. Joey helps her beat her fear.

DIVORCE COURT

Family discord is not usually in high supply within the Tanner household, but trouble begins when D.J. and Stephanie-who haven’t been getting along too well recently-duke it out over privacy issues in their shared bedroom. Frustrated that her big sister doesn’t appreciate her, Stephanie impulsively moves in with little Michelle, a decision she soon regrets. Of course, the kids aren’t the only ones at odds with each other; Danny, Jesse, and Joey go on live air with Wake Up, San Francisco, challenge one another to a footrace, and set out to prove who is the most physically strong. After the race the boys attempt to play court to mediate the situation between Stephanie and D.J.

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These episode may not be fully Halloween as the Halloween theme is mostly a wrap round for the shows but they are still good fun episodes and bring back that nostalgic theme that we all fondly remember from Full House.

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