Full House (1987–1995)
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No More Mr. Dumb Guy 

Jesse feels ultimately challenged as he's to meet some of Becky's intellectual friends.

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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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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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Cynthia Ryan
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Eric Trent
Brian Kale ...
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Jesse feels ultimately challenged as he's to meet some of Becky's intellectual friends.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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5 January 1990 (USA)  »

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

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Eric answers that Sammy Davis Jr. was 5'3" tall, and Jesse does not dispute that. However, Sammy Davis Jr. was 5'5" tall. See more »

Quotes

Jesse Katsopolis: Speaking of literature, wouldn't you say the two finest books ever written would happen to be 'Crime and War' and 'Peace and Punishment?'
Eric Trent: [laughs] I think you have transposed the titles 'War and Peace' and 'Crime and Punishment'... inadvertently.
Jesse Katsopolis: Ah, see, you missed the joke. I transposed them quite 'vertently.'
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References Jeopardy! (1984) See more »

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Oh, but I am smarter than you!
20 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was absolutely wonderful to see John Stamos sparring with the Van Dyke guy (is it Jerry or Larry?) I loved him in Diagnosis Murder when he played alongside his father, Dick Van Dyke. In this episode, he plays an intelligent old professor of Becky's and Jesse gets jealous - so jealous, in fact, that he checks out a ton of classics from the library (War and Peace, Crime and Punishment, etc.)

Besides the two titles mentioned above (in a funny dialogue with Mr. Van Dyke that will leave you chuckling), there was also mention of Citizen Kane.

Michelle, meanwhile, is being taught un-kind words by her sisters. The sisters, when ordered by their father to re-train her, find that undoing the teaching is almost impossible.


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