Full House: Season 3, Episode 12

Joey & Stacy and... Oh, Yeah, Jesse (15 Dec. 1989)

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Comet, the puppy, is an undisciplined chewer, and Jessse bosses around with Joey, who fascinates a background singer to a commercial.



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Episode credited cast:
D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Kari Michaelsen ...
Stacey Fleetwood
Cindy Herron ...
Cindy Daniels
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Byers ...
Bert Kramer ...
Mr. Kiner


Comet, the puppy, is an undisciplined chewer, and Jessse bosses around with Joey, who fascinates a background singer to a commercial.

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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15 December 1989 (USA)  »

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Danny Tanner: I think the two of you should try to put yourselves in the other person's shoes... or paws. This is very simple. Friends deserve a fair hearing. And valuables should always be kept out of reach. So Stephanie, next time Comet has an idea, you have to hear him out. And Jessie, if you just leave your advertising laying around the house, there's a good chance Joey's gonna chew it up.
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It was that sort of kiss
19 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode,Joey meets a beautiful woman who's been hired for an ad campaign they are working on. As they fall for each other, she points out to Joey just how bossy and demanding Jessie is. She encourages him to do his comedy idea even after Jessie says no, but it just may break up their friendship!

Meanwhile, Comet is enjoying the dog art of chewing. He pretty much makes everybody mad at him - even Stephanie!

The thing that gets me in this episode is how quickly the relationship progresses. Joey meets Stacy one day, then before the day is over,t hey are all over each other and she's calling him honey and pointing out Jessie's faults. It always struck me as pretty unrealistic.

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