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Love on the Rocks 

When she starts hanging out with Kimmy and her new boyfriend (who can't keep their hands off of each other), DJ realizes that she and Steve have really cooled off. So when Steve goes on a ... See full summary »

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When she starts hanging out with Kimmy and her new boyfriend (who can't keep their hands off of each other), DJ realizes that she and Steve have really cooled off. So when Steve goes on a class trip to Los Angeles, DJ contemplates whether or not the two of them have a future as a couple. Meanwhile, after Joey pulls a prank on the rest of the family, they make a plan to have the last laugh. Written by Anonymous

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1 March 1994 (USA)  »

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The title is from the Neil Diamond song written for The Jazz Singer (1980). See more »

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Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) actually broke her (left) arm during the taping of Love on the Rocks, but is holding up her right arm as if she broke that one. The intro to the next episode, she is holding up her left arm with a sling. See more »

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The One With Joey's Amazing Prank...
19 January 2016 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I honestly don't love this episode, but it is definitely worth watching. I don't care much for Steve, and D.J.'s relationship, but since a lot of the episode is Joey's prank, and Kimmy's new relationship, I am happy to watch when it comes up.

In this episode, Kimmy gets a new boyfriend, and they can't keep their hands off each other. When D.J. sees this, she realizes how she, and Steve have slowed down their passion for one another. She realizes that her relationship isn't as steamy, and as hot, and heavy, as it used to be. Then when Steve goes on a class trip, D.J. contemplates whether the two have a future as a couple. Meanwhile, Joey plays a glorious prank on the rest of the family, but when the tables turn, Joey isn't laughing anymore.

Best part of the episode: Kimmy.

Worst part of the episode: Steve, and D.J.'s relationship.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.


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