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Full House: Season 2

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Full House: The Complete Second Season (DVD)

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!

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  • 22 episodes on four discs

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  • Actors: John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin
  • Producers: Thomas L. Miller, Robert L. Boyett, Jeff Franklin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 536 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (171 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BB1MIW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,045 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Full House: Season 2" on IMDb

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Recognizing they needed something to keep the whole family glued to the television set, the writers appear to have focused many episodes this season on Uncle Jesse (John Stamos). With his brooding good looks and ability to keep house, he is the housewife's ideal companion.

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" .
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I have loved Full House ever since I was in elementary school. Back then, I related to DJ and wanted to be Stephanie! Rediscovering the show as an adult, I still adore it. It is not the best show out there, but it is wholesome and funny, at times touching and at times hard hitting on issues that face all of us. DJ especially went through many problems that teenagers face, such as battling anorexia, peer pressure to drink or smoke, and going further than a teen might be ready for. In the later seasons, Stephanie also went through some of these. This show appeals to different ages: little kids can relate to Michelle starting kindergarten and learning to ride a bike. And even the adults have issues to face. So there is some drama in here, and everything is dealt with using humor and lots of heart! So what if Danny was a cleaning freak who liked to hug? More people should be like that! Joey was always amusing with his comedy, and Jesse was very cute! And a good singer, too. Rebecca was a wonderful addition, she really helped the girls through some tough times when they needed a mom figure.

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!
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FULL HOUSE SEASON 2 WAS ANOTHER GREAT SEASON OF FULL HOUSE. IT INCLUDES
22 WONDERFUL EPISODES.

EPISODE LIST

DISC ONE

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

DISC 2

7. JOEY GETS TOUGH

8. TRIPLE DATE

9. OUR VERY FIRST CHRISTMAS SHOW

10. MIDDLE AGE CRAZY

11. A LITTLE ROMANCE

12. FOGGED IN

DISC 3

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

DISC FOUR

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.
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Lots of people like to bash this show, but compared to the crap that's on TV today, Full House was and still is a fantastic show that teaches good values to kids and adults. I would rather have my kids watching Full House than watching some of the violent TV shows on at night these days. The 2nd season is where Full House really begins to make some great episodes and continues to improve. We also meet Rebecca Donaldson for the first time (played by Lori Loghlin).
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Season 2 is one of my favorites of the series. I like the time period it took place, and I'm a year younger than Candace Cameron so I can relate to stuff her character is doing in the show. Like when she is reading the teen magazines (I loved them back then) or has the Bon Jovi poster on her wall (I had the same one). I totally remember reading about Candace, and of course her brother Kirk, in some of those teen magazines back then.

Some of the best episodes are-the first Christmas episode when they get stuck at the airport; when Jesse gets rid of his mullet; when DJ ruins her expensive Valentine's present from the guys and Stephanie gets caught shoplifting (she doesn't know it at the time). Becky is introduced, and the grandparents make several appearances.

I think the kids are at their funniest. Stephanie was a little older but still not at the somewhat annoying pre-teen age. I prefer watching D.J. going through her pre-teen and early teen stuff rather than when she was older and dating Steve. Those seasons are okay too but I like the early ones best. The hair and fashion is more fun in these too. I didn't like a lot of the 90s fashion like the dresses Becky and D.J. wore.

This is a great show to watch if you want to remember being a kid in the 80s, or if you want to enjoy a family comedy that is safe for all ages. They don't make shows like this anymore, which is sad. Sure it's corny a lot of times, but that doesn't make it any less fun to watch.
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