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Just One of the Guys 

D.J. feels left out when her cousin visits and spends most of his time roughhousing with Danny.

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Danny Tanner
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D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
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Stephanie Tanner
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Kimmy Gibbler
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Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Olsen)
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Michelle Tanner (as Ashley Fuller Olsen)
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D.J. feels left out when her cousin visits and spends most of his time roughhousing with Danny.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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4 March 1988 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Actor Kirk Cameron, real-life older brother of Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), did a guest spot as her cousin Steve from Baltimore. See more »

Goofs

DJ & Steve (cousin) talk in Michelle's room, DJ says to Steve, "Hey Steve, you wanna go ice skating tomorrow." he replied "I can't your dad is taking me to a Warriors game." DJ replies, "Well we can go tomorrow." She repeated the same phrase twice. See more »

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D.J. Tanner: If the Bulls ever built their team around Michael Jordan they'd be unstoppable.
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References Just One of the Guys (1985) See more »

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Love Machine
Written by Billy Griffin and Warren Moore
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I want to play with you!
8 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Seeing Kirk and Candace (brother and sister in real life) acting together, and being related, is pretty cool. In this episode, Kirk plays a cousin whom D. J. hadn't seen in a while. He obviously never went to his aunt's funeral since he'd never met Michelle. He was going through a rough time since his folks were breaking up.

But D. J. was feeling his growing pains. He was no longer the cousin who wanted to hang with her. Now, he wanted to hang with the men instead. Of course, a person like D. J. had trouble accepting his changed personality. But in the end, they became friends.

It was great seeing these two together!


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