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Misadventures in Babysitting 

While holding a poker game at the house, Jesse calls Becky and "tells" her what she is going to do in a very bossy tone of voice. Also, D.J. wants to babysit to earn money for her own phone... See full summary »

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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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While holding a poker game at the house, Jesse calls Becky and "tells" her what she is going to do in a very bossy tone of voice. Also, D.J. wants to babysit to earn money for her own phone line, but her babysitting adventure is a little harder than she ever expected. Written by Michelle

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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12 January 1990 (USA)  »

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The 1 minute version of the theme song is used. See more »

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When Steph recites DJ's new phone number, the laugh track begins before she finishes, and the audio of her saying the last couple digits goes mute. See more »

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Rebecca Donaldson: I got your message. Oh, and you must be the mucho idiots I heard cheering in the background.
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References Adventures in Babysitting (1987) See more »

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Mixed Communication
20 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

Though the main plot of this episode is DJ's babysitting to get her own phone line, the sub-plot is my favorite. Jesse and Becky have agreed to open and mutual conversation on all agreement, but when Jesse gets with his poker buddies, things look a little different. So, he calls Becky on the phone and "tells" her where they are going for Christmas. Danny, joining the poker game, can't help but to tell the two friends what he thinks about them.

Meanwhile, D.J. takes care of a brat who thinks he rules the roost. Then Kimmy comes over and makes things more difficult for her.

My favorite scene of the entire episode is Becky's showing up after she get's Jesse's heart-felt message.


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