Full House: Season 6
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The laughter continues in season six of this family comedy series, but not before pulling a few heartstrings first. Danny tries making his long-distance relationship with Vicky (guest star Gail Edwards) work, and Michelle learns that when her best friend Teddy (guest star Tahj Mowry – Baby Daddy) moves away, she can’t tie him to a chair to keep him close. Also this season, Jesse and Joey get jobs as the morning team at a local radio station, D.J. forgets Kimmy’s birthday, Michelle gets frustrated learning to tie her shoes and, in an effort to fit in with the “cool” girls at school, Stephanie disobeys her dad and gets her ears pierced. Uh oh! Plus, D.J. finds a boyfriend in Steve (new series star Scott Weingar). Danny is shocked to find his daughter so involved at her age, and Stephanie and Michelle hope their sister will still have time for them. Mark Linn-Baker (Perfect Strangers) guest stars as Rebecca’s rich cousin.]]>
If the first five years were about raising a family, Full House's sixth was about learning to let go. In season opener "Come Fly with Me," 15-year-old D.J. (Candace Cameron) introduces her first boyfriend, Steve (new cast member Scott Weinger), to the rest of the gang (the two got together during a summer program in Spain). Danny (Bob Saget) doesn't think she's ready for a relationship, but maybe he's just jealous since his long-distance love, Vicky (Gail Edwards), remains in Colorado. Meanwhile, Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) bids goodbye to her best friend, Teddy (Tahj Mowry), when his family moves from California to Texas. While there are no marriages or births this time around, other changes are afoot. While Jesse (John Stamos), frontman for the Rippers, still struggles for recognition in the States, he becomes a star in Japan ("Road to Tokyo"). Closer to home, he joins forces with Joey (Dave Coulier). This time, instead of advertising, they collaborate on a radio show ("Radio Days"). As for Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), she helps a classmate out of a jam ("Silence Is Not Golden"). Meanwhile, toddling twins Nicky and Alex (Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit) continue to provide the cuteness factor Michelle monopolized in the early days.
Also in year six, Full House finally casts off those overused catch phrases, like "You got it, dude!" and "How rude!" (Though Jesse still exclaims "Have mercy!" on occasion.) Guest stars include Mark Linn-Baker (Perfect Strangers) as Becky's cousin ("Trouble in Twin Town") and MTV VJ Martha Quinn as Jesse and Joey's boss ("Designing Mothers" and "The Dating Game"). The season ends with a Tannerino trip to Disney World in fan favorite "The House Meets the Mouse." --Kathleen C. Fennessy
- 24 episodes on four discs
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The season opens with D.J. (Candace Cameron) returning from a summer in Spain with a surprise, boyfriend Steve (Scott Weinger). This is a change that dad Danny (Bob Saget) isn't ready to deal with. Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) has a change of her own to face when her best friend moves from California to Texas. Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) wants different rules then her sister had, and rebels by getting her ears pierced. And Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier) deal with their own changes when they team up again to become hosts of an afternoon radio show.
In another continuity error (which does happen in long running series), Jesse suddenly goes from being a high school graduate in season four to a high school drop out who goes to night school to get his diploma. Even though this doesn't fit with what they did before, it provides several fun episodes.
Another running storyline is Danny's long distance relationship with Vicky (recurring actress Gail Edwards). We get to watch the struggles these two endure. All this comes to a climax when the gang heads to Disney World for the season finale.
With the girls growing up, the series is continuing to find new topics to explore. And it continues to be just as fun, funny, and heart warming as always. While many of the episodes are predictable, there's lots of fun getting to the end. Missing from this season are most of the catch phrases we're used to hearing. As much as I enjoyed them, it's a change I don't mind that much.
As with the last couple season sets, there are no bonus features. We do get all 24 episodes on four discs. They look and sound good enough for a sitcom. There's nothing here that will blow you away, but there really is no need for it, either.
This series won't appeal to everyone. But the young and young at heart will continue to enjoy the adventures of the Tanner clan.