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Full House: Season 7

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Full House: The Complete Seventh Season (DVD)

In season seven of the heartwarming family comedy series, Stephanie and the family teach 7-year-old Michelle the importance of being able to laugh at yourself and your mistakes. Joey becomes the new host of a television game show about couples and Danny realizes he wants to marry Vicky (guest star Gail Edwards) … but will she accept? Meanwhile, Jesse opens a club for teenagers called the Smash Club and struggles with whether to be a friend or a father to his twin 2-year-old sons. D.J.'s boyfriend, Steve, gets his own apartment and Danny worries about his daughter being alone with him unsupervised. Guest stars this season include Jurnee Smollett-Bell (Friday Night Lights, Cosby), Marla Sokoloff (The Practice), Vanna White (Wheel of Fortune), Suzanne Somers (Three's Company) and Little Richard. Plus, series star John Stamos plays a dual role as Jesse's cousin who is visiting from Greece. Spoiler alert: He's not as cool as Jesse!



Since Full House began, Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) has been worried his girls would grow up too soon. In the show's seventh season, D.J. (Candace Cameron) continues to see Steve (Scott Weinger), but now he's in college--and has his own apartment. As for Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), she starts hanging out with an "edgy" junior high crowd (including The Practice's Marla Sokoloff). Nothing bad happens, of course, but it's enough to raise Danny's blood pressure a notch or two. Even Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) is tired of being treated like a little kid, so he eases up on a few rules.

Aside from the Katsopolis twins (Dylan and Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit), who are now walking and talking, that leaves Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier). With Joey's assistance, Jesse becomes a leather-clad businessman when he takes over the Smash Club, where his old band got their start. At the opening, Ben Stein shows up as a restaurant reviewer, while the Del Rubio Triplets perform Devo's "Whip It" ("Another Opening, Another No Show"). That's the good news. The bad news hits a few episodes later when Danny's fiancée, Vicky (Gail Edwards), informs him that she's moving to New York ("The Perfect Couple").

For the most part, the seventh season represents a holding pattern for Full House. There are no cast additions or subtractions, but the characters do embark on some new adventures, mostly of the dating variety (plus, D.J.'s hair gets incrementally shorter, while Becky's gets darker). Notable episodes include "The Test," in which D.J. has a nightmare about her SATs (guest starring Vanna White), "The Last Dance," in which Jesse loses his grandfather, and "Too Little Richard Too Late," in which the legendary performer plays a benefit for Michelle's school--with Uncle Jesse on drums. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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  • 24 episodes on four discs

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  • Actors: John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 7, 2007
  • Run Time: 572 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PY52CW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,205 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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This is the Episode list for season 7

1. It Was a Dark and Stormy Night

When his daughters return from an extended summer camp, Danny is disappointed to learn that they didn't seem to miss home too much. Later, when everyone learns that Michelle brought a wild rabbit home in her duffel bag, the girls happily ride back to the camp grounds with Steve to set the animal free. Unfortunately, when a severe thunderstorm hits, this unexpected little visit back to their "home away from home" becomes a little freakier than anyone expected. Meanwhile, Jesse and Becky's nightmares have been taking place before they fall asleep, because their rambunctious twin boys refuse to sleep in their own beds.

2. The Apartment

Danny feels very uncomfortable with DJ going to Steve's new apartment. And to make matters worse DJ and Steve fall asleep watching TV. When they have no place to go to be alone to talk they climb into the cement truck that is in the backyard because Jesse and Joey are putting in a new driveway. Steve accidentally hits the lever that moves the shut and turns on the cement.

3. Wrong Way Tanner

While Michelle is delighted to be playing on Coach Joey's soccer team, it is evident that she is not the natural athlete that her older sisters were at her age. Determined to see his little girl succeed, Danny pushes Michelle to practice her skills--only to cause further problems when Michelle unintentionally scores the winning goal for the other team. The youngest Tanner is prepared to quit soccer for good now, and it might require a team effort from the entire family to help her through her embarrassment.
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If there are any television series that have had a difficult time making their way to DVD, this one is definitely not one of them. With the show's second-to-last season scheduled for an end-of-the-summer release (what a great way for fans to launch the new school year), "Full House" obviously continues to uphold its reputation for making terrific sales in the DVD department.

Although Season 6 continues to be my very favorite, this 7th year certainly does not disappoint with a helping of 24 spirited, lighthearted, and enjoyable episodes (per usual, of course). The season opens with the three Tanner girls returning from a fabulous summer at camp, and once they adjust to reality again, everyone begins another year of school, work, relationships, and fun. Family patriarch Danny Tanner is relishing in his engagement to the sweet and caring Vicky Larson, but as she takes a huge step forward in her booming career, and as Danny itches to set a wedding date, it becomes evident that maybe they can't have both. But as Danny fights to hang onto his relationship with Vicky, Joey is trying desperately to break away from Mrs. Carruthers, a pushy and overbearing school board member who really has the hots for him. Jesse and Becky have their own hands full with their two and a half-year-old twin boys, who are growing up right before their parents' eyes. Whether they are flushing Joey's watch down the toilet, throwing food or destroying Michelle's science project, it soon becomes evident that they need to be disciplined--but will Daddy the Softie be able to handle this?

Meanwhile, Tanner daughter DJ, Stephanie, and Michelle are doing some growing up of their own.
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This is still one of my favourite shows to this day. I really enjoy re-watching the episodes over and over again. This is the second to last season and it's one of the better seasons.
Obviously through the years, the kids are all growing up and maturing and that brings about some interesting situations. In the episode Fast Friends, Steph hangs out with kids that smoke and make her feel pressured to do the same. I also like The Apartment where Steve buys an apartment and DJ sleeps on the couch. Danny finds her (after she's late coming home) and gets pretty angry.
Full House is such a great show that I'm sure young kids today would still like, and older 'kids' like me still like because I grew up watching it. There's never been a cooler (or cuter) uncle than Uncle Jesse, and the love between all the family is great and fun to watch. This is one of the better seasons and any fan should definately have this in their collection.
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The 7th season of the show continues everything good fans have come to know, albeit with some things taking a turn. For example, whereas plans had been for Danny and Vicki to get together, it ends up not happening for fear Danny not single would ruin the premise of the show. Thus, we are left imagining only what could have been. Also, Michelle is now definitely out of her cute little kid phase, yet the plots tend to focus more and more on her and her friends. They are fun and entertaining plots, but you have to get used to her at this age and not everyone is a fan of that, I understand. Nevertheless, provided you do get used to that, it is as always a fun and entertaining season and follows to form everything that made the show great.
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spanish subtitles
hello Carolina..
i have all the 8 seasons on DVD... and only the first 5 SEASONS includes SPANISH subtitles
Season 6 no subtitles, only english [CC] (closed caption)
Seasons 7-8 English Subtitles

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