Full House: Season 3, Episode 6

Star Search (3 Nov. 1989)

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D. J. and Steph try to teach Michelle not to go to sleep with her ballerina skirt on but Danny allows her to do it. Joey gives his comedy career a last chance and wishes a challenge in Ed McMahon's TV show 'Star Search'.

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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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D. J. and Steph try to teach Michelle not to go to sleep with her ballerina skirt on but Danny allows her to do it. Joey gives his comedy career a last chance and wishes a challenge in Ed McMahon's TV show 'Star Search'.

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After Joey comes in from the yard going crazy with his comedy, Jesse tried to talk to him at the counter, but calls him "Jess". See more »

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Steph: [Danny holds up a picture of a little DJ] I was adorable!
D.J.: No, Steph, that's me.
Steph: My, how you've aged.
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I must be funny!
13 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

And here we go again! Seems we've been down a similar road like this before. And I believe we'll go down it again. After watching an old college video, Joey learns his ten years to get high in the comedy world is almost up. He decides to be funny all the time, which naturally drives his family batty!

So Danny sends in an application to get Joey on Star Search. He does, but unless he wins his comedy career is over. Now, I don't want to spoil anything, so I can't say too much about the outcome. Personally, I didn't think either of the contestants were deserving of such honors. I've seen Joey be a lot funnier...

Becky is interestingly missing from the last several episodes. I don't like it. The shows so much better with her and Jessie! Michelle has an awkward scene of laughing a lot at something Joey said that really wasn't that funny. Then later when he says something really funny, she doesn't even laugh. That struck me as very odd...


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