Full House: Season 5, Episode 9

Happy Birthday, Babies: Part 1 (12 Nov. 1991)

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It's Michelle's fifth birthday. Clips of Michelle through the years are shown.

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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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In the beginning of this episode, Michelle is super excited because it is her fifth birthday and she just cant wait until her friends get here, so the family decides to get her mind off the two and a half hours before the party, by taking her birthday picture. The family looks through her photo album and reminisce over all of the time that they have spent with Michelle. When they get to the end of the book, they put the picture in and Michelle gets upset because she doesn't want the book to end. She still wants to be a little kid. The family tries to convince her that she will get cuter and have a ton more great times as she grows up, all she has to do is grow up. which means that she needs to turn five. There are a lot of clips in this episode, but they are all of Michelle as she grows up, which means that they are obviously SUPER CUTE! Written by angie

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You Are So Beautiful
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Written by Dennis Wilson, Bruce Fisher and Billy Preston
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