Danny becomes a talk show host on Wake Up San Francisco.



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Episode cast overview:
D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Kimberly Dunham ...
Ami Foster ...


Danny starts a new job at the TV station: co-hosting a morning talk show called "Wake Up, San Francisco". He meets his new co-host, Rebecca Donaldson, just days before work is supposed to begin. Elsewhere, D.J. throws a surprise birthday party for Kimmy, but Kimmy's older friends clash with D.J., causing a rift between the girls. Written by Melissa

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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21 October 1988 (USA)  »

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Jesse ask where all the girls at the party were when he was 12. 12 year olds are in the 7th grade. 7th grade is considered junior high. However, it is likely that Jesse was just generalizing that the girls were twelve since the party is for Kimmy's twelfth birthday. He also might have been interested in younger girls when he was twelve. See more »


Danny Tanner: It is big, good news, isn't it?
Mr. Strowbridge: Very good news. Tonight will be your last sports cast.
Danny Tanner: It's interesting how one man's good is another man's bad.
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Welcome Aunt Becky!
10 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

And another cast member has officially joined the Full House cast this season. Rebecca Donaldson is only a supporting character, but by next season I believe she is in the credits. As you know, Rebecca is the future wife of Jesse. She is a wonderful character and definitely has a fun part to play! She meets Jesse and sparks automatically fly for Jesse. She is so different from what we've always seen Jesse date that it's a bit shocking to see the chemistry they have for each other.

On another note, D. J. and Kimmie's relationship intensifies and we'll see more of Kimmie this season. She's still a supporting character, but that too will change in future seasons. The episode defines the relationship the two girls have really well. Kimmie can be pretty mean sometimes, and D. J.'s hurt by her words often.

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