Full House (1987–1995)
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Baby Love 

Michelle develops a crush on Rebecca's nephew.

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... Jesse Katsopolis
... Danny Tanner
... Joey Gladstone
... D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
... Stephanie Tanner
... Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
... Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
... Rebecca Donaldson
... Kimmy Gibbler
... Connie
Kara Albright ... Howie
Kimberly Albright ... Howie
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Michelle develops her first crush on Howie, Becky's nephew. Meanwhile, Becky and Jesse babysit the kids while Danny and Joey have a night off. Jesse allows Stephanie to watch a scary movie, he and Becky have their first argument, and an after-dark family conference is in order when Danny learns Jesse let Stephanie watch the movie. It's a typical day at the Tanner's. Written by Michelle P.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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24 February 1989 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

According to IMDB Becky's nephew Howie was played by twin girls Kimberly and Kara Albright. See more »

Goofs

When Jesse is going to watch Becky on TV, he says she will wink once for yes to a date with him and twice if the answer is no. During her broadcast, she winks twice, he jumps up and exclaims, "Hot dog, Joseph, a double wink! Chill the champagne pal!" The double wink would have indicated no date and, therefore, he should not have been happy. See more »

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Steph: D.J., I know you said that the Wolfman wasn't real, but if he was, would he be driving an Isuzu?
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References The Blob (1958) See more »

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I Miss your Smiling
Performed by Jesse
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Becky and The Wolfman
24 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

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.


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