Full House (1987–1995)
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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 

Becky enjoys bonding with her new niece DJ, but Becky must learn to be a disciplinarian when DJ takes advantage of her.

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Jesse Katsopolis
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Joey Gladstone
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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Stephanie Tanner
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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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Christian Guzek ...
Jake Bitterman
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Aaron
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Becky is enjoying being an aunt to her nieces, particularly in being a friend and role model to DJ. However, Becky finds herself in a difficult situation when Danny orders DJ to study and the latter asks Becky to cover for her while she sneaks out of the house to meet a boy. Meanwhile, workplace productivity is down when Jesse and Joey put a pool table in their office. Written by Melissa

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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1 April 1991 (USA)  »

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The house where Kimmy babysits Aaron is the same house previously used in Full House: Misadventures in Babysitting (1990) when DJ babysits Brian, just with different wallpaper, decorations, and door/trim colors. See more »

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During the pool game montage, where Danny is sinking shot after shot, Jesse's wedding band repeatedly disappears and reappears on his left hand. See more »

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References Arachnophobia (1990) See more »

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