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When Danny Tanner's wife dies, the San Francisco sportscaster gets support in the form of two new roommates: brother-in-law and party boy Jesse, and his stand-up comic friend, Joey. The duo helps out with raising the three Tanner daughters: D.J, Stephanie and Michelle.

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Jesse's new guitar student girlfriend becomes attracted to Joey.
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Trouble comes in threes when Grandma Claire (Alice Herson) and both Jesse and Joey's mothers (Rhoda Gemignani, Beverly Sanders) pay unexpected visits.
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Danny feels guilty because he hasn't been spending enough time with his children.
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Danny has mixed emotions about dating again when several women join the for-men-only fishing trip.
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Anxiety reigns supreme as Stephanie prepares to enter kindergarten.
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A widowed father (Bob Saget) of three young girls asks two friends (John Stamos, Dave Coulier) to move in and help raise his family.
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Michelle suffers amnesia and the rest of the gang tries to help by recalling moments from the past.
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Michelle suffers amnesia and the rest of the gang tries to help by recalling moments from the past.
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Stephanie is stood up by the boy of her dreams; Jesse can't find any peace and quiet because of Kimmy.
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D.J. tries to stop Kimmy from eloping with her new boyfriend; Joey gets an opportunity to meet the Queen of England.
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Jesse agrees to manage Stephanie's band, then is fired when the girls don't like what he has to say.
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Michelle pairs with friend Teddy for Valentine's Day; Rebecca thinks her marriage lacks romance.
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Rapid foot growth alarms Michelle so she tries to shrink her feet; Jesse coaches Rebecca in singing.
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On Super Bowl Sunday, Joey is in charge of Michelle's science club; D.J.'s scholarship adviser visits.
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When Danny quits his show after Rebecca is named producer, Jesse and Michelle try to reunite them.
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D.J. must choose between two boys (Jason Marsden, David Lipper) who want to date her; Michelle crusades to clean up a playground.
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When Kimmy gets drunk at a fraternity party, D.J. must decide how to help her.
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When Danny starts dating a new acquaintance (Andrea Walker), Michelle feels left out and tries to break them up.
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Jesse puts a new band together and books a series of out-of-town gigs; D.J. falls for the new guitarist.
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Michelle's new pet burro makes life miserable until Jesse discovers that music soothes the savage beast.
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Substitute teacher Joey disciplines Michelle in front of the class.

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