Full House (1987–1995)
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Joey's Place 

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 ...
Robbie
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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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Comedy | Drama | Family

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4 December 1987 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Joey gets his own room made in what is the garage and all his stuff disappears from the living room cove he was living in. However in episode 1.12 DJ and Kimmy are seen in the basement and his stuff is all back in the cove again. See more »

Quotes

Danny Tanner: Jesse, have you done anymore thinking on Joey's alcove problem?
Jesse Cochran: I stayed up all night thinking about it.
Danny Tanner: I thought you had a date.
Jesse Cochran: Alright, I stayed up all night.
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References The People's Court (1981) See more »

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Gets Me Every Time.
4 March 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

AS I said, I have seen every episode of Full House so many times. There's only a few episodes that get the same result out of me every single watch. Joey's Place is one of those few.

Most families are comprised of a mother and a father--two parents. Full House has three, is that needed? The non-blood relative in this case isn't needed, but he is loved and wanted. In the Tanner house, Joey has no privacy and no space for his things since he lives in the living room's alcove. Joey's latest comedy tour proves to be perfect timing to build him his own room by converting the garage into one huge room. Joey starts to feel unwanted, but it is just to catch him off guard when he returns. Jesse works for his father, so he is easily able to take some time off and fill in for Joey while he's away. He learns how stressful Joey's jobs can be.

When Joey comes back, he is starstruck to see his new room. He is touched by the gesture and he sees that the family really does want him there.


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