Full House (1987–1995)
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But Seriously Folks 

Joey's convinced that his comic debut in front of a talent scout is jinxed.

Director:

Joel Zwick

Writers:

Jeff Franklin (created by), Russell Marcus
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Stamos ... Jesse Cochran
Bob Saget ... Danny Tanner
Dave Coulier ... Joey Gladstone
Candace Cameron Bure ... D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Jodie Sweetin ... Stephanie Tanner
Phyllis Diller ... Phyllis Diller
Bruce Baum Bruce Baum ... Emcee
Andrea Barber ... Kimmy Gibbler
Ed Alonzo ... Ed Alonzo
Mary-Kate Olsen ... Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Olsen)
Ashley Olsen ... Michelle Tanner (as Ashley Fuller Olsen)
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Storyline

Excited about his stand up comedy routine that could give him a boost in his career, Joey is very disappointed when his routine emptied the house - so much so that he quits! Now the family must be patient and hope that the serious, business Joe turns back into Joey! Written by Michelle P.

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smart girl | sweatband | See All (2) »

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 February 1988 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is a line often used by Bob Hope in his monologues and by other comedians. See more »

Goofs

When Jesse teaches DJ the A Minor 7th chord, he positions her in the A Major chord. See more »

Quotes

Joey: Hey, if you're going to steal my jokes, steal 'em right, you yahoo bird!
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Connections

References Mister Ed (1958) See more »

Soundtracks

Venus
Written by Robbie van Leeuwen
Performed by John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber
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Will the real Joey please stand up?
8 December 2013 | by Michelle PalmerSee all my reviews

Joey was excited about his comedy routine. The whole family came to support him. But a famous comedian was there who blew the house away. When Joey got up do do his routine, everyone left!

Naturally, Joey is upset - so upset that he decides he's done with comedy. Instead, he plans to become a business man. But as he looks for a job and receives job offers, he turns them down. The family lets him go on, but Jesse finally realizes they must do something when D.J. gives up guitar, quoting Joey's words when he gave up comedy.

Jesse and Joey are a hoot! The best part of the show is when Jesse tries to do Jesse's comedy routing which forces Joey to do his routine and gets a big round of applause as he brings down the house!

A heart-to-heart between Joey and D. J. sets things right.


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