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This is not one of my favorite episodes. A town drunk is just that - a
drunk. That's all he ever thinks about. Hoss (Disapointingly, the only
Cartwright who shows up in this episode) has taken the man under his
wing to help him find a decent way to live, but Charlie is just too
hooked on the venom liquor. So instead, an army officer decides to use
HIM to scout for them and find water...Good move, right?
Hoss has to go with the man (yep, a babysitter) to make sure he stays clean and is able to fulfill his job. Unfortunately, the scout the army fired (played by Peter Whitney, a great baddie) is mad and was only scouting to steal the gold. Now he's planning on killing some people to get to the gold.
Lewt Cutter - that's the bad guy - stays a head of the army and poisons the water, making the men very upset with Hoss and Charlie. How will Charlie ever get himself out of this mess? Well, you'll have to watch it to find out...or not...
Ben Cooper seems to play this type of character a lot. In this episode,
his character is an angry kid who was wronged and wants to get even.
He's a really nice guy, knows how to break horses, and is pretty
charming. Yet we know from the very beginning that Sam helped rob a
bank. As we get to know the man, we learn what makes him tick and act
the way he does.
There is a scene in this episode that always bothers me. Little Joe walks up to see Sam being kind to a woman he has the hots for. Irrationally, he gets angry, and for what? Personally, I think that the truth should have come out and Ben should have taught Joe some manners himself! Unless she's promised to him, she can love on any man she wants and he can't do a thing about it! But, this is typical Little Joe temper for sure!
Well, it's not Vegas, but Jesse and Becky are still planning a quick
wedding/honeymoon in a casino hotel. The girls are the first to find
out, then the guys discover when Michelle actually spills the secret.
The first part of this episode was great, but I just didn't like the second part, as far as Jesse and Becky were concerned. I can't really give a reason, but that it seemed a bit...odd...and way out of character for Becky.
The story about Joey and the slot machine is pretty smart. His lesson was a good one, even though it was sort of blotched right after. The happening was very predictable.
The Tanner Family is off to Tampa Bay (I think that's where they went)
for a special broadcast of Wake up San Francisco from a hotel casino.
The girls are excited, but bummed when their father tells them they
can't gamble. That doesn't stop them from watching Joey - who is merely
trying to teach the kids a lesson in gambling. Something goes wrong and
Joey wins $10,000.00 - or did he?
Meanwhile, Jesse is ready to say those three magical words to Becky. But things don't go as they plan. he gets jealous over a movie star she's interviewing, and he goes a bit crazy. Then end up in a big fight, and then...
This is another first for Jesse and Becky. They tell each other "I love you." I think it's a classic fight - one of the top Jesse/Becky fights of all time!
It's Jesse's 26th birthday and everybody loves him. He makes promises
to help everyone. Danny needs his car worked on, Joey needs him to help
get a jingle out on time, D.J. has her soccer games, Stephanie needs
cookies made, and Michelle needs her Jack-in-the-Box fixed. Oh, and
Becky has a wedding for him to go to.
Before long, he feels the pressure. Poor planning on his part gets him down, especially when his band doesn't show up for an important gig. How will he ever make it through this new crisis?
This episode shows what families are for, and that we can't do it all on our own! Things are really sizzling up between Jesse and Becky, and their couple-play is a bit on the PG-13 side. Nothing's said, but the actions of what they meant are all there. Makes me feel a bit uncomfortable...
What do you do when an old flame suddenly pops back into your life.
Well, you certainly don't accept her phone calls, or meet her. You
simply hang our all night and talk about old times...and fall in love
all over again. At least, that seems to be what happened to Joey. But
Danny was there when Joey got his heart stomped on. He can't stand
watching his best friend going down that road again only to be hurt.
Meanwhile, Kimmy and D.J. are playing magic show. D.J. and Stephanie get handcuffed together and half to spend the whole night like that until Kimmy can get the key! When she announces her brother is gone for several days, Danny learns the truth.
The episode was okay. Joey says something at the end about falling in love with memories. That was pretty thought provoking for those who are going the second time around with a person. We need to make sure it's the person we love - the the memories we share!
This is a very special episode. It is the only episode we get to see
Danny's late wife, Pam. But I'll get to that in a minute.
The main event in this episode is Stephanie's loss of her beloved friend, Mr. Bear. It's cleaning day and Danny tells Stephanie to gather all her old toys she no longer wants to donate to Goodwill. Unfortunately, she carelessly throws Mr. Bear down in the pile of toys. Joey comes in and picks up the pile of toys, then gives them to the men.
Guess who get's blamed? Stephanie is so desperate to find her furry friend that she even grabs a cop off the street. When the cop discovers the truth, he merely shakes his head at Joey who he undoubtedly thinks should be in jail for such a crime against a little girl!
The real reason Stephanie loves her bear so much is soon discovered. That leads to watching of home movies, which leads to a very depressing ending!
One of my favorite episodes!
Though it doesn't seem realistic, this is a pretty cute episode. I
can't quite believe a two year old would be falling head over heels for
a boy, but it still made the episode cute.
Things are really warming up between Jesse and Becky. For the rest of the show, we pretty much see the two together, though there are a few brief break-ups along the way. We see the couple's first fight here as they argue over what to name their kids. Personally, I think this is the highlight of the episode.
Kimmy and D. J. want to watch an old scary movie, and Jesse let's Stephanie, though Becky doesn't think it will be a good idea. We see, humorously, that it's not in an after-dark scene that pretty much gets the whole family involved in Stephanie's nightmare and puts poor, old Mr. Bear right in the middle.
Fighting, arguing, memories, hugging, loving...it's about all there is
to this episode. This is one of my least favorites. I was always under
the impresison that Jesse and Joey didn't know each other when they
were growing up. Danny and Joey were friends, but I don't believe Jesse
really fit into the equation until Danny married Pam (but I could be
You get a glimpse of the three men as kids, but little more. I just watched it yesterday, yet already I've forgotten exactly what this episode was about. In the end, Jesse is accepted into their pack, but I just found it all a little unbelievable.
It's Valentine's Day and D. J. has gotten the sweater she'd been asking
for ever since after Christmas. But she doesn't give it the treatment
it deserved, and she laid it down on the grass at school where it got
ran over by the lawn mower. She was afraid about telling her father
what happened, so went to buy a new one. But it was too much. Stephanie
in the innocence of a child thought she was doing the right thing when
she saw a "buy now, pay later" sign. She didn't know she was shop
lifting! Though that sounds bad, it only gets worse the next day when
they try to return the sweater...
Meanwhile, the romance between Jesse and Becky is really warming up. Jesse wants them to be exclusive, and though Becky thinks they are moving to fast, the end to their Valentine's night with a slow kiss doesn't say the same thing. From this point forward, Jesse and Becky are exclusive. Yeah! I really do like Becky!
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