Full House: Season 2, Episode 7

Joey Gets Tough (25 Nov. 1988)

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After an interview with Miss Kadota Fig, Jesse and his band are guests on Danny's and Becky's morning talk show. Joey experiences the tough side of raising a child.



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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)
Laurie Ann Carr ...
Miss Kadota Fig


After an interview with Miss Kadota Fig, Jesse and his band are guests on Danny's and Becky's morning talk show. Joey experiences the tough side of raising a child.

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Comedy | Drama | Family




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25 November 1988 (USA)  »

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Joey imitates Bill Murray. Dave Coulier (Joey) provided the voice of Dr. Peter Venkman in The Real Ghostbusters TV series. Bill Murray was Dr. Venkman in the Ghostbusters film series. See more »


Danny Tanner: You watch Wake Up San Francisco because it's nice, and easy. Well this morning, I had a little too much coffee, so we're gonna do it nice... and rough.
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References The Munsters (1964) See more »


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Written by Ritchie Cordell
Performed by Tiffany
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But I don't want to be the bad guy!
17 February 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite episodes. When we see Joey, he's usually the happy go lucky clown who ends up in as much trouble as the girls. But when Danny comes home one night to find that his girls had once again talked Joey into breaking the rules, he lays it right down in front of Joey - being a parents, you sometimes have to say no!

The next day, D. J. is an hour late getting home. Joey is frantic, calling everybody he knows to find out where she is. Scared, then relieved when she walks in, Joey gets really mad when D.J. brushes it off, saying it's no big deal. He grounds D.J. for the next weekend - which is when her karate tournament is...

Instead of a father/daughter talk at the end, we get a Joey/D.J. talk. It's pretty good and the adjusted punishment is pretty good. I really admire Danny for standing up for Joey.

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