Full House (1987–1995)
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The House Meets the Mouse: Part 2 

After Michelle runs away from DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy when they get frustrated with her bossiness, the girls become frantic. Meanwhile, Rebecca gets fed up with Jesse, who continues to ... See full summary »



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Episode credited cast:
D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steel Band Leader (as Jimmy Coleman)
Gary Griffin ...
Gary (as Gary Thomas Griffin)


After Michelle runs away from DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy when they get frustrated with her bossiness, the girls become frantic. Meanwhile, Rebecca gets fed up with Jesse, who continues to spend all of his time away from the family; and Danny struggles to find the perfect way to propose to Vicki. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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18 May 1993 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


In this episode the family visit Disneyland. Whilst on the parade the cast were waving to real-life 'full house' fans in the crowd. See more »


While in Fantasyland, Stephanie pointed towards Tomorrowland and said that was the way to get to Splash Mountain. She was actually pointing towards Space Mountain. See more »


Danny Tanner: Sounds like you were trying to be the boss.
Michelle Tanner: The princess *is* the boss.
Danny Tanner: *Bruce Springstein* is the boss.
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Performed by John Stamos
Written by The Beach Boys (Dennis Wilson and Gregg Jakobson)
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In general we liked the "campiness" that was/is the appeal
27 February 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This originally aired when I was 18 (19 the coming summer) with my son who was turning 5 3 days after my b day, and 1 yr old daughter enjoyed watching this every week. There was just something about the show that was so corny that you either really loved it or could not stand it, but it did appeal to many as had 8 seasons.

We did not mind the Disney ones, as was nice to see, even if we could never go. The only thing that did bug me, and even remember my son in his own way asking why Michelle was not being very nice. I know in my mind that she was the spoiled brat (in several epis too but as have seen that in other families that do spoil the "baby" of the family, more to it but wont type more), but the fact that she basically was allowed to ruin everyone's time, mainly her sisters, and despite the "fixing" at the end, was not shown to get disciplined. I may have been young, but both my children were punished, age appropriate, from the time they started to talk. Remembered my son saying something like "she should have been not allowed to go on any more rides the rest of day" with "you would have taken us home if I did that", as that is what I did, (yup, as parents, we had to miss out on things when our children are not behaving but isn't it a parents job to parent ?!?)

Loved Joey with the cartoons and even enjoyed the trying to propose and well, love to see all that is put into these parks, though think the world one is too much/big but to each their own. The way those playing all the characters (despite a couple things heard) but still, and the way it does flow together (real nature is well real and a bit better) but still works well. Sorry if got to "preachy".

Without the spoiled brat 8 1/2 out of 10, the spoiled brat 1

Live life to be alive...and may your day be well or find one thing that gives you that little extra, even just a 😄

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