Stephanie is chosen for the part in a TV commercial for which D.J. was auditioning.

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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Vivian
Greg Callahan ...
Mr. Benten
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Karen
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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Olsen)
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Michelle Tanner (as Ashley Fuller Olsen)
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D.J. gets a hunger for acting and auditions for a part, but she gets very upset when, by accident, her sister gets the part instead. Now Joey and Jesse must deal with the fall out that Danny knows is going to come. Meanwhile, Joey gets some unsatisfactory test results back from his doctor and decides to quit junk food. Written by Michelle P.

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8 January 1988 (USA)  »

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Trivia

According to the box, the Oat Boats cereal whose commercial D.J is auditioning for are made by the Olsen's company- a reference to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen who play Michelle Tanner. See more »

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When Joey restrains D.J., the position of his arms changes between shots. See more »

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Joey Gladstone: It just so happens I gave up smoking
[snaps fingers]
Joey Gladstone: like that.
Danny Tanner: Joey, I've known you forever. When did you smoke?
Joey Gladstone: When I was 12. I smoked four cigarettes, my dad stopped me, and I stopped cold turkey.
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References The Andy Griffith Show (1960) See more »

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A traitor lives here
6 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, D. J. got a sudden taste for acting after a successful part in a play. So without thinking, Jesse suggested she try to get an acting part in a commercial. Of course, Danny was grateful...not...but he found her a part and gave her permission to go audition.

D. J.'s audition went well. The woman conducting the auditions was all set to hire her, but Stephanie ended up with the part purely by accident! D.J., of course, is very, very unhappy and chooses to ignore her sister. Danny warns Joey and Jesse before he goes to work that an explosion is about to happen, and it does. They have to deal with the consequences.

A sub-plot in this episode: Joey gets some test results back from the doctor and decides to go on a health food diet and give up ALL junk food. The results is a lesson for us all.

There's nothing earth-shattering or new in this episode, but we do see the sisters fighting. This is really the first time you see Jesse and Joey disciplining the girls.


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