Full House: Season 2, Episode 4

D.J.'s Very First Horse (4 Nov. 1988)

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D.J. and Kimmy buy a horse. Jesse strikes out in his attempts to date Rebecca.



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Episode cast overview:
D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Bill Wiley ...
Nathan Nishiguchi ...


D.J. and Kimmy buy a horse. Jesse strikes out in his attempts to date Rebecca.

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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4 November 1988 (USA)  »

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The horse at the Ranch, and the horse shown in the Tanner family living room are two different horses. See more »


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Stephanie Tanner: Which part do I get?
D.J. Tanner: The tail.
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Gotta have a horse
10 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Tanner's take a trip to the barn where Becky and Danny are doing a special Saturday edition of Wakeup San Francisco. D. J. sees a horse and falls in love with it. She starts to ask her father if she can have it (since she'd only have to pay stable fee), but realizes that he was about to say no. So instead, she decides to own it without permission and prove that she could take care of it.

She and Kimmie come up with the deal to split the stable fee of $100. Kimmie bails at the last minute, leaving D. J. with only half the money. So what's a girl to do? Take it home!

We can already imagine Danny's reaction when he sees the horse in his house. He is very upset with D. J., and I'm glad to say he doesn't let her off the hook lightly. Instead, she's punished and does not get to keep the horse. But when D. J. gets back to the stable, she gets a surprise!

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