Comedian Bob Saget (America's Funniest Home Videos) stars in this hit family comedy series as Danny Tanner, a widowed father raising three daughters with the help of his rebel brother-in-law, Jesse (John Stamos), and offbeat best bud, Joey (Dave Coulier). Living under one roof, the friends experience the trials of parenthood along with their fair share of laughs and life lessons. In season two, Danny gets a new job as the host of a morning television show - with the beautiful Rebecca (Lori Loughlin) as his co-host and Jesse's future paramour - and is hurt when he sees Jesse and Joey growing closer and starting a business. Meanwhile, Stephanie (Jody Sweetin) feels the frustrations of being the middle child; toddler Michelle (famously played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) is sad when her best friend moves away; and D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), the oldest, deals with the pressures of growing up … and hiding a pet horse!]]>
Full House: Season 2
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- 22 episodes on four discs
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The season opens with a minor emergency in the Tanner family household. While playing hairdresser, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) accidentally cut off a tuft of her uncle Jesse's valuable hair. Brushing aside the improbability that he would have allowed anybody near his hair with scissors, this is a funny episode because Stephanie later blames herself when he gets in a motorcycle crash.
Stamos actually gets a haircut this season, shedding his 80's locks for something which is so much more sophisticated and hot. Now it's easy to see why he was positioned as the Romeo of this otherwise wholesome series.
Jesse meets his Juliet because Danny gives up sports casting to become the new host of "Wake up San Francisco"-with Rebecca Donaldson (Lori Loughlin). These morning shows aren't known for their hard-nosed journalists, but Rebecca is an intelligent young woman who does not play the fool. She sees through Jesse's bravado.
This season also sees Joey Gladstone (Dave Couiler)'s character develop further. After realizing that he has to `get tough' on the girls so they don't walk all over him, Joey lets loose on DJ (Candace Cameron) after she comes in late ("Joey Gets Tough"). Coulier's underappreciated as an actor because his `strict Joey' sounded exactly how my dad did when I did something that I wasn't supposed to.
Jesse disciplines DJ when she and Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) accidentally tape over a Rippers recording in "Fogged Inn" .Read more ›
For those of you who rated this show as stupid, well, I wonder what you consider good. Most shows that are marketed as family shows nowadays, I certainly would not want my children watching. Full House is not as well done as The Cosby Show, for example, and it can get cheesy at times, but I love the 80s and early 90s vibes and in general, it is good enough to overcome the cheesiness! Second season is a big improvement over the first season, and third season is one of the best. Watch the show on Nick at Nite and see if it appeals to you. If you are already a Full House fan, go buy the DVD! It is neat to hear the audio commentary from the creator of the show, and I like being able to watch the episodes in order without commercials!
If you still think Full House is horrible after giving it a fair chance, please don't come here and trash it! Have a heart!
22 WONDERFUL EPISODES.
1. CUTTING IT CLOSE
2. TANNER VS. GIBBLER
3. ITS NOT MY JOB
4. D.J VERY FIRST HOURSE
5. JINGLE HELL
6. BEACH BOY BINGO
7. JOEY GETS TOUGH
8. TRIPLE DATE
9. OUR VERY FIRST CHRISTMAS SHOW
10. MIDDLE AGE CRAZY
11. A LITTLE ROMANCE
12. FOGGED IN
13. WORKING MOTHERS
14. LITTLE SHOP OF SWEATERS
15. PAL JOEY
16. BABY LOVE
17. EL PROBLEMA GRANDE DE D.J
18. GOODBYE MR.BEAR
19. BLAST FROM THE PAST
20. IM THERE FOR YOU BABE
21. LUCK BE A LADY PART ONE
22. LUCK BE A LADY PART TWO
EVERYONE SHOULD GET THIS.
Father Danny (Bob Saget) goes from sports announcer to co-host of the new morning program "Wake Up San Francisco." His co-host, Rebecca Donaldson (Lori Laughlin) immediately catches Uncle Jesse's eye. But Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) is setting out in a new direction of his own. He leaves behind his father's extermination business and goes into advertising with Joey (Dave Coulier).
The two older girls still face the daily trials of growing up. D.J. (Candace Cameron) plans a surprise party for Kimmy (Andrea Barber) that leads to a fight between friends. Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) faces her first cavity and the horror of a Christmas where Santa can't find her.
The biggest change comes for Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). By the time the season ends, she's two. While the majority of her scenes are still in the opening teasers, she's beginning to have an expanded role in the storylines. She even gets her first major plot when Rebecca's nephew visits in "Baby Love."
Most importantly, the show is still funny and heartwarming. Each episode will make you laugh and tug at your heartstrings. This is especially true of "Goodbye, Mr. Bear" where everyone relives memories of the girl's mother.
The set features all 22 season two episodes on four discs. The picture is full frame and the sound is mono. We're not looking at anything that will blow your system away, but it gets the job done. The features are limited to a trivia game based on season two alone and a collection of clips on "The Top Ten Rules of Parenting."
This is a sweet, fun show that will keep you entertained. It's perfect for the entire family to enjoy together.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love you Jeese!!! I also love you D.J. You to Michelle you are so cute!!!You to Stephene!!!Published 1 month ago by Rachelle Y.
I bought this for my grand kids to watch when they visit. They liked season 1 so much I ordered this one too.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I liked it till I got bored of it haha..good family show though very g-rated which I rare and nicePublished 2 months ago by jacki
The BEST shows ever. My 7 and 8 year old LOVE watching them. I of course grew up with the show. So its SO fun to watch again. Crazy what I remember when I was so little. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lins
Full House really is still one of my favorites! I wish it were available on Netflix but clearly they know they can still make money since we want to watch it again and pass onto... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
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