Full House: Season 4, Episode 18

The Wedding: Part 1 (8 Feb. 1991)

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Jesse gets cold feet on the eve of his marriage to Becky.

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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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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
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Don Hood ...
Kenneth Donaldson
Michael Nunes ...
Howie (as Michael John Nunes)
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Nedra Donaldson
Debbie Gregory ...
Connie
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Jesse meets Becky's parents and struggles to connect with his future father-in-law. His nervousness at the upcoming nuptials causes him to perform a risky stunt only hours before the walk down the aisle. Michelle and Howie are reunited, but do not remember each other. Written by Melissa

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Unlike most episodes preceding it, this episode segues from the main credits onto a shot of the Golden Gate bridge, instead of a shot of the Tanner house. See more »

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The wedding takes place on Valentine's Day, 1991. Yet Valentine's Day in 1991 was on Thursday. How could they have the wedding on a Thursday if everyone would be in school or at work? See more »

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