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Come Fly with Me 

Stephanie and Michelle stow away on a plane to New Zealand.

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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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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
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Kimmy Gibbler
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Rebecca Katsopolis
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Steve Hale
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Nicky Katsopolis
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Alex Katsopolis
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Terry (as Wade J. Robson)
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The whole Tanner family is excited to greet DJ after her summer in Spain, especially sisters Stephanie and Michelle. However, the girls feel neglected when the "big surprise" DJ mentioned in post cards is her new boyfriend. Upset, they wander off and follow a youth choir onto a plane that they believe is headed across the bay to Oakland, California. Only after takeoff do they realize that they are actually headed across the Pacific to Auckland, New Zealand. Meanwhile, Joey is desperate to find the phone number of a woman he met. Written by Melissa

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22 September 1992 (USA)  »

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The Tanner girls' impromptu trip to New Zealand is inspired by actual events. In 1985, California native Michael Lewis, coming home from vacation in West Germany, reached Los Angeles International Airport. He intended to take a connecting flight to his home in Oakland, but accidentally followed a crowd of passengers to the Air New Zealand terminal (there, he told employees his destination, but he was misheard as saying "Auckland" and was given a boarding pass). Upon reaching the city, Air New Zealand officials promptly gave Lewis a return ticket to Los Angeles. See more »

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When Stephanie takes the postcard from Michelle she holds it in her right hand and later puts her left on it. In the next shot, she is only holding it in her right hand again. See more »

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Joey Gladstone: [Joey is arguing with the telephone operator] Oh, come on. You're directory assistance. Get your directory and assist me!
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References The Munsters (1964) See more »

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Stupid Episode
11 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

Come Fly With Me I thought was a stupid episode because what kind of parents would let their children take off and go on a plane across the Atlantic. Why would Danny speak with DJ in the airport and not take her home to speak with her. DJ was selfish when she came home and was not interested in seeing her family. I don't ever see anyone just going on a plane and without an attendant to see their boarding tickets, especially after 9/11. After being on a plane for several hours, I would be jet lagged and want to go home. Out of all the Full House episodes, I thought come fly with me was the stupidest. DJ just ignores Stephanie and Michelle as if they don't exist. I think nowadays parents would be charged with child neglect. Joey was so stupid in the episode.


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