Full House (1987–1995)
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Michelle is upset when she learns that Jesse plans to move out of the house and into Becky's apartment.

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Danny Tanner
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Joey Gladstone
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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Stephanie Tanner
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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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Rebecca Katsopolis
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Kimmy Gibbler
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Back from their honeymoon, Jesse and Becky are set to move Jesse's belongings into Becky's apartment. Michelle, who hadn't previously realized that Jesse would be moving, is upset by the news. Secretly, Jesse is also dismayed at the thought of moving. Becky and Danny surprise Jesse with a solution. Written by Melissa

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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22 February 1991 (USA)  »

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This episode's title would later be reused for the sequel series Fuller House (2016). See more »

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During the breakfast scene, when Michelle takes the whole plate of pancakes, in subsequent shots, the height of the stack changes as well as the syrup. See more »

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References Leave It to Beaver (1957) See more »

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Teddy Bear
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Written by Bernie Lowe and Kal Mann
Performed by John Stamos, Bob Saget & Dave Coulier
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