Joey fears that the family doesn't need him anymore when they give him a too-joyful send off. But in reality, they are planning a way to surprise him with space of his own. Meanwhile, Jesse... See full summary »

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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Joan Leizman ...
Joanie
Barbara Cameron ...
Barbara
Janice Sweetin ...
Janice
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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Olsen)
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Michelle Tanner (as Ashley Fuller Olsen)
Benji Schwimmer ...
Benji
Dustin Autumn ...
Dustin
Ryan Christopher ...
Ryan
Robert Lucas ...
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Joey fears that the family doesn't need him anymore when they give him a too-joyful send off. But in reality, they are planning a way to surprise him with space of his own. Meanwhile, Jesse learns that Joey's job as child care provider and housekeeper is not an easy one. Written by Michelle P.

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4 December 1987 (USA)  »

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In "Joey's Place" the family redecorates Joey's room. But in the next episode Jesse searches for a "monster" in the unfinished garage which, in the previous episode, was Joey's new room. In the next episode after the "monster" the garage is back to Joey's room. See more »

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Danny Tanner: Hi, Honey, I'm home! I'm sorry I'm late. At the last minute, I had to head out to Oakland to cover a Warrior's Practice Session! Traffic was miserable. The camera...
Jesse Cochran: Give me a break.
Danny Tanner: Huh?
Jesse Cochran: Don't 'huh' me! You waltz in here 25 minutes late and expect sympathy? Huh!
Danny Tanner: Well, I didn't know...
Jesse Cochran: I cleaned the house and washed and ironed your clothes and ran a daycare center for socially deviant munchkins, and watched Opera! I ran this one to a ballet session. This one to the dentist,
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References The People's Court (1981) See more »

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5 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joey feels that things are finally going well for him. He has a chance to do a two week gig, but he's afraid the family won't survive without him. With Danny and Jesse both having jobs, a lot of the child care and household chores falls on him. But everyone is super nice and gives him a great send it. It almost feels like they were trying to get rid of him.

While he's gone, Jesse quickly learns that Jesse does a lot for the family. Joey's job is not an easy one, and he doesn't even have his own space in the house! He's just been tucked into the living room's alcove. But Danny and Jesse decide it's time to give Joey his own space.

When Joey comes home, he's mad and hurt when he finds out all his stuff is put in the garage. It's a very good episode!

I love all the television and song references that are put throughout this show! In this episode, Jesse watched People's Court, and refers to himself as June Cleaver.


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