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"Full House" Stephanie Gets Framed (1991)

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Original Air Date:
25 January 1991 (Season 4, Episode 16)
Steve Urkel comes to town. He helps Stephanie deal with her new glasses, but when she takes all of Joey's... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Joel Zwick 
Writing credits
Jeff Franklin (created by)

Doug McIntyre 

Produced by
Robert L. Boyett .... executive producer
Mark Fink .... co-producer
Jeff Franklin .... executive producer
Ellen Guylas .... supervising producer
Thomas L. Miller .... executive producer
Phyllis J. Nelson .... coordinating producer
Leslie Ray .... co-producer
Dennis Rinsler .... supervising producer
David Steven Simon .... producer
Don Van Atta .... producer
Marc Warren .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Jesse Frederick 
Bennett Salvay 
Cinematography by
J. Bruce Nielsen 
Film Editing by
Bill Petty 
Casting by
Joanne Koehler 
Art Direction by
Mary Dodson  (as Mary Weaver Dodson)
Lynn Griffin (supervising art director)
Set Decoration by
James Ira Colburn 
Makeup Department
Frankie Bergman .... hair stylist
Robert Ostermann .... makeup artist (as Bob Ostermann)
Production Management
R. Robert Rosenbaum .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Keith Richmond .... first assistant director
Tom Rickard .... associate director
Art Department
Roger Montesano .... property master
Tom Fedele .... paint foreman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Don Worsham .... audio mixer
Thomas Schrank .... stunt double (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Epperson .... camera operator
John Palacio .... video
Casting Department
Barbara Miller .... executive in charge of casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bob Squire .... wardrobe: Men's
Gina Trikonis .... wardrobe: Women's
Editorial Department
Richard Garibaldi .... final colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
Jeff Franklin .... composer: theme music
Jesse Frederick .... composer: theme music
Jesse Frederick .... singer: theme song
Bennett Salvay .... composer: theme music
Greg Sill .... music supervisor (as Gregory Sill)
Other crew
Boyd Hale .... story editor
Craig Heller .... story editor
Pamela Lavaf .... stage manager
John Powell .... production accountant
Keith Richmond .... stage manager
Parker Roe .... technical director
Bill Shea .... stage manager
Guy Shulman .... story editor
Melissa Smith .... director of operations (as Melissa J.L. Smith)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jeff Franklin  created by

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Additional Details

23 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Steve Urkel does a "Shave and a Haircut" knock before entering the Tanner house, rather than simply barging in like he typically did on "Family Matters" (1989).See more »
Continuity: When D.J. lectures Michelle about saving her money up, Michelle holds the piggy bank upside down, but in one shot she holds it sideways with the money slot facing the camera.See more »
Michelle Tanner:[after meeting Steve Urkel] Why you talk like Mickey Mouse?
Steve Urkel:That's 'cause I was born in Chicago.
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Movie Connections:
References "Family Matters" (1989)See more »
Tom DooleySee more »


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The One With Urkel..., 18 June 2015
Author: Taylor Kingston from Australia

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

I love this episode. I love that Urkel comes into the show. It's just so funny.

In this episode, Stephanie gets upset when she has to wear reading glasses. She thinks her classmates will make fun of her. But when Steve Urkel comes to town, he helps her deal with the situation. She decides to take Joey's advice as well and make them laugh with her, as opposed to laughing at her. But then she disrupts the class and gets in trouble. Meanwhile, Jesse has trouble deciding who should be his Best Man at his wedding.

Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Great.

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