Full House: Season 3, Episode 8

Divorce Court (17 Nov. 1989)

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Differing plans on Halloween causes a 'divorce' in the family, while the adults to avoid wearing a dress.



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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)
Walter (as Whitby Hertford)
Challyn Markray ...


Differing plans on Halloween causes a 'divorce' in the family, while the adults to avoid wearing a dress.

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Comedy | Drama | Family





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17 November 1989 (USA)  »

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The 1 minute version of the theme song is used. See more »


The first time Becky is shown in this episode, when they are discussing what team the guys were in in high school, her hair is dyed blond. And when the guys are competing and she shows up to tape it, her hair is back to brunette. See more »


Becky: [Jesse, Danny and Joey are competing against each other in a race, which Becky is filming for their show] For those of you who think you're watching a slow-motion replay, do not be fooled. They are actually moving at this speed.
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References The People's Court (1981) See more »


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I love you but I don't like you
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D.J. and Stephanie are at it again. When they bring their fight to Dad, he punishes them by sending them to their room and making them stay there until they love each other again. But neither wants to be stuck together so they fake a make up scene, then Stephanie moves out after Danny leaves - and in with Michelle.

But this only makes problems much worse the next morning. When Danny finds out, he decides a family meeting is in order. But in the end, guess what - it's Dad - not justice - that gets the final say!

I love Danny and his parenting. I think he does such a great job and comes up with some pretty good punishments, lectures, and sayings. This is no different. He basically tells them how it's going to be and wants no argument.

In the sub-plot, the three men argue over who's the best runner, so they set out to prove it by taking it to the track. And Becky (so happy to see her back again) is there cheering them on with a camera. I love her commentary! So funny.

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