DJ turns 13 and is very excited about her first birthday party as a teenager. She has an eye on a boy her age named Kevin, who seems very nervous around her. Kimmy thinks that the best way ... See full summary »

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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
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DJ turns 13 and is very excited about her first birthday party as a teenager. She has an eye on a boy her age named Kevin, who seems very nervous around her. Kimmy thinks that the best way to get them together is to arrange a scheme spin-the-bottle game in which DJ is sure to kiss Kevin. DJ is embarrassed when Danny, Joey and Jesse, who have been ease-dropping on the party, barge into the living room, in time to stop the kiss. Written by Alex Harrouch

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Steph: [alarm clock goes off] What time is it?
D.J.: It's 3:47. I was born on this day at exactly 3:48.
Steph: You have an excellent memory.
D.J.: [gets out of bed and looks at watch] 3, 2, 1, yes.
[looks in mirror]
D.J.: I am now officially a teenager
Steph: Well pina rose on your nose
D.J.: I gotta rest up for my party tonight. Oh, and don't forget, you're not invited
Steph: I liked you better when you were a kid
D.J.: Well, those days are over. You are now sharing a room with a sophisticated, mature young woman.
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The One With D.J.'s Thirteenth Birthday...
9 June 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I really enjoy this episode. It's funny and it's cool to see how excited D.J. gets because she finally turned thirteen years old.

In this episode, it's D.J.'s thirteenth birthday and she couldn't be happier. She's so excited to finally be a teenager. Whilst at her party, her first boy-girl party, she has her eye on Kevin and Kimmy thinks that playing Spin The Bottle will make a great impression. But when Danny, Jesse and Joey walk in mid-game, she gets very embarrassed.

Best part of the episode: When D.J. wakes Stephanie up in the middle of the night because she officially turned thirteen.

Worst part of the episode: D.J.'s embarrassment when Jesse, Joey and Danny walked in.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.


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