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Silence Is Not Golden 

When Stephanie is paired with a classmate she hates for a school project, she finds out that the boy's father is beating him, and is sworn to secrecy.

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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Stephanie reels at being paired with classmate Charles - whom she hates, and with good reason - for a school project. Then he swears her to secrecy that his dad beats him, and she must decide whether or not to spill the beans. Meanwhile, it's no laughing matter when Michelle and her friend Denise run up Danny's phone bill calling the "Funny Buddy" 1-900 joke line. Written by Khaos, Jr.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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16 February 1993 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the old proverb: Silence is golden. See more »

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Jesse admits to not knowing the woman's identity in the movie Tootsie after he walked in half way through, and is shocked and in disbelief when Steve says the woman was actually a man. This doesn't make sense because he is constantly changing his sexual identity throughout the movie, and then there's the famous "reveal" scene. So Jesse not knowing after watching a chunk of the movie is not possible. See more »

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Charles: Look, the truth is, my dad does hit me sometimes, but it's my own fault for ticking him off. Boy, did he clobber me last week.
Stephanie Tanner: You mean that day you came in and said you ran into a door?
Charles: Yeah. A door named Dad.
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References Tootsie (1982) See more »

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