Full House: Season 4, Episode 14

Working Girl (4 Jan. 1991)

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DJ's grades suffer when she takes a part-time job.

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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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Andy Goldberg ...
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Marquis Nunley ...
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Desperate for a pair of expensive shoes, DJ takes a job as an assistant at a portrait studio. Danny's only condition is that she must maintain her grades, especially in the science class in which she is already struggling. When she fails her next assignment in the class, Kimmy doctors her paper to make the "F" look like an "A". Meanwhile, Jesse and Becky argue about where they should marry, Becky wanting a down-home do in Nebraska, and Jesse wanting Elvis-themed nuptials in Graceland. Written by Melissa

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smart girl | changing grade

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Michelle Tanner: May I have that cupcake, please?
Stephanie Tanner: No, you may not.
Michelle Tanner: But I was polite and I said please.
Stephanie Tanner: I was polite, too; I said, "No, you may not."
Michelle Tanner: Guess what? Politeness Week is over!
[grabs Stephanie's cupcake and runs off, followed by Stephanie]
Stephanie Tanner: How rude!
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Working Girl
12 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, DJ gets a job so she can buy new, expensive sneakers; but on one condition: that she raise her "D" in biology. Meanwhile, Jesse and Rebecca fight over where to get married, and Michelle joins the "polite police". This was a nice episode which focuses on making sacrifices, lying, and being polite. Best part of the episode (in my opinion) is when Michelle asks Stephanie for a cookie, and Stephanie shows Michelle that sometimes even when you say "please" that someone can politely say "no you may not"; and it will still be polite..and Michelle says "you know what!?!?, politeness week is over!" and steals her cookie and runs.


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