Full House: Season 4
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Full House: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)
A wedding to remember, a surprise addition to the Tanner family, a hole-in-the-wall dilemma, Joey goes to Hollywood and more! Join the Tanners once again for another hilarious season of Full House. Watch as the girls graduate to the next grade level, Stephanie has to wear glasses for the first time and neighbor Steve Urkel drops by for a visit, Jesse and Rebecca gets married after some hilarious mishaps.]]>
Just call him "Jesse the Greek." In the fourth season premiere of Full House, Katsopolis receives a visit from his European relatives, including Michelle's look-a-like cousin, marking one of the few times in the shows eight-season history that the Olsen twins will share the screen. "Greek Week" ends with Jesse (John Stamos) and Becky (Lori Loughlin) getting engaged--a "big fat wedding" will transpire before the year is through. Interestingly, life will imitate art in 1998 when Stamos weds a real-life Rebecca (model/actress Rebecca Romijn). Other developments include a new production company, Double J Creative Services, for Joey (Dave Coulier) and Jesse ("The I.Q. Man")--with Danny as their silent partner--and Becky and Jesse finally tie the knot ("The Wedding" two-parter). Standout episodes include "Secret Admirer," in which everyone (who is able to read) thinks a fake love letter is intended for them, and "One Last Kiss," in which Jesse covers the Knack's "My Sharona" at his high school reunion. He may have abandoned the mullet to the 1980s, but the 1990s edition proves he can still get his rock on. (The same cannot be said about Danny's misguided attempts at coolness.)
Fourth season guests include Wayne Newton ("Viva Las Joey"), Jaleel "Urkel" White ("Stephanie Gets Framed"), and those eternal beach bunnies, Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello ("Joey Goes Hollywood"). Also continuing to receive guest star billing is Andrea Barber (nosey neighbor Kimmy), even though she appears in most of the 25 episodes. The year ends with two graduations, D.J. (Candace Cameron) from junior high and Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) from pre-school ("The Graduates"). Most importantly, theres a Katsopolis birth announcement ("Rock the Cradle"). As Michelle would say, "Whoah, baby!" --Kathleen C. Fennessy
- 26 episodes on four discs
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