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Full House season 8

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Air weekdate: Cast:Dave Coulier, Bob Saget, John Stamos, Jodie Sweetin, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Candace Cameron, Scott Weinger, Lori Loughlin, Andrea Barber Genre:Comedy, Family Channel:ABC (US) Status:Ended

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Full House season 8 episodes list:

Episode #1: Comet's Excellent Adventure (air date: 1994-09-27)

Teaser: Where's the remote control? Main Synopsis: The Rippers -- Lanny, Gary, and Roger -- are tired of Jesse's personal life decreasing how much time he spends with the Rippers, and the Rippers think Jesse has lost his passion for the music, so the Rippers fire Jesse. Jesse, who feels hurt by this, embarks on a mission to prove that he doesn't need the Rippers. When Michelle asks Jesse if she can walk Comet, even though Michelle is not allowed to walk Comet by herself, Jesse absent-mindedly gives Michelle permission to do it. While Michelle is out walking Comet, Comet escapes from her, sending the family on a frantic search for Comet, who later returns home. Also, D.J. breaks up with Nelson Burkhard, the teenage millionaire that she has been dating.

Episode #2: Breaking Away (air date: 1994-10-04)

Teaser: Jesse and Becky prepare the twins for preschool. Main Synopsis: It's time for Nicky and Alex to start preschool, but Jesse and Becky just can't seem to let go. Jesse and Becky are reluctant to let the twins start preschool, until they finally admit that they have to learn to let go sometimes, and the twins like preschool. Meanwhile, Stephanie, who is in 7th grade, asserts herself by not cleaning up her side of the bedroom that she shares with Michelle.

Episode #3: Making out is Hard to Do (air date: 1994-10-11)

Teaser: Joey does an invisibility act for Nicky and Alex. Main Synopsis: Danny is stricken with laryngitis. He feels even more speechless than he already is when he discovers that Stephanie lied to him and went to a makeout party at Gia's apartment while Gia's mother Claire is working a late shift. Meanwhile, Jesse is bothered by the fact that the new lead singer of the Rippers is Barry Williams, who played as Greg Brady on the Brady Bunch, because the Rippers seem to be having more success with Barry than they ever did with Jesse.

Episode #4: I've Got a Secret (air date: 1994-10-18)

Teaser: Trying to repair Nicky and Alex's tricycles is literally a painful job for Jesse. Main Synopsis: Michelle lets Danny know that she and her friends have formed a secret club, which Michelle is promptly kicked out of when Danny slips up and lets Michelle's friends know that he knows that the club exists. The only way Michelle can get back into the club is if Danny helps her buy the ""Super Fortress"", a popular toy. Danny sets out to find the toy, which seems to be sold out at every store that's supposed to carry it, but Danny ends up getting Michelle back into the club anyway. Meanwhile, Kimmy is dating Nelson on the rebound, and it's making D.J. jealous.

Episode #5: To Joey, With Love (air date: 1994-10-25)

Teaser: A stretching show for Stephanie, Becky, and the twins. Main Synopsis: Mrs. Carruthers drops by and tells Joey that a substitute teacher is needed for Michelle's class at school, so Joey volunteers to do it, since it gives him an opportunity to use the teaching license that he has been regularly renewing. Michelle thinks it's going to be fun to have Joey as the substitute, but she's not laughing when Joey sends her to the principal's office for acting up during class. Michelle then gets the class to agree to give Joey the silent treatment. Joey tricks the class into talking to him again, and Michelle admits that Joey is so funny that she had forgotten that sometimes he has to be serious. Meanwhile, Jesse is forming a new band and he has hired a guitarist named Viper. D.J. becomes attracted to Viper.

Episode #6: You Pet It, You Bought It (air date: 1994-11-01)

Teaser: Unknown. Main Synopsis: Jesse and Joey are trying to come up with a contest to have on their radio show, ""Rush Hour Renegades"", and the subject of TV theme songs is brought up by Joey, with the idea of asking listeners if they know the lyrics to a certain theme song. Nicky and Alex like it when Jesse starts singing the theme song for the show ""Three's Company"", in response to Joey's idea. Michelle has been selling lemonade on an extremely hot day, and surprisingly, she has earned $221. Danny has a painting of his great-great grandfather, General Cornwall Tanner, enlarged and completely restored. Michelle, without telling anyone how much she earned, does tell the guys she's going to the candy store when she has Kimmy take her out to spend the money. While Michelle and Kimmy are out, Stephanie tells the guys that Michelle earned more than $200, and of course, Danny is shocked, but not as shocked as he is when Michelle and Kimmy bring home a miniature donkey named Shorty. Michel

Episode #7: On the Road Again (air date: 1994-11-08)

Teaser: Jesse tells everyone the name of his new band -- ""Hot Daddy And The Monkey Puppets"". Main Synopsis: Jesse is taking his new band, ""Hot Daddy And The Monkey Puppets"", out on the road for a weekend, and Danny hits the roof when D.J. goes with them to be with Viper, and D.J. later lays a bit of truth on Danny -- the bit of truth being that Danny has to respect the fact that who D.J. dates is for D.J. to decide, and Danny admits that he trusts D.J.'s judgment. Meanwhile, Jesse becomes preoccupied with feeling old when he, Becky, and the twins rent a hotel room he used years ago while on tour with the Rippers, and the place is not the same as it used to be.

Episode #8: Claire and Present Danger (air date: 1994-11-22)

Teaser: Joey, Becky, and the twins shake, rattle, and roll. Main Synopsis: When Danny goes out on a date with Gia's mother Claire, Gia and Stephanie start fantasizing about how cool it would be if they became stepsisters. Michelle doesn't think that's a cool idea at all, because Stephanie has been ignoring Michelle in favor of Gia, making Michelle feel left out in the cold. Meanwhile, Jesse's new band, ""Hot Daddy And The Monkey Puppets"", is scheduled to perform at the Smash Club, but after an argument with D.J., Viper is too depressed to play his guitar, so Jesse helps Viper and D.J. work things out.

Episode #9: Stephanie's Wild Ride (air date: 1994-11-29)

Teaser: The return of Mr. Woodchuck, as Joey shows the Mr. Woodchuck puppet to Nicky and Alex. Main Synopsis: Stephanie takes a wild car ride with Gia and two 16-year-old boys named Jason and Barry, and D.J. is the only one who knows that Stephanie went on this dangerous car ride. Stephanie wants to do it again, but D.J. stops her. Stephanie accuses D.J. of not wanting her to have any fun. Stephanie changes her attitude when Danny tells Stephanie that Gia and the two 16-year-old boys have been in a traffic accident, and Gia will be spending the night under observation in the hospital. Danny also explains that the two boys are alive, but one of them suffered a broken leg and some severe cuts. Meanwhile, Michelle is dismayed by the fact that the adults have become obsessed with her video game system.

Episode #10: Under the Influence (air date: 1994-12-06)

Teaser: Today, it's meat muffins instead of meatloaf, while the twins bug Michelle. Main Synopsis: At a fraternity party that she and D.J. were invited to, Kimmy gets drunk and acts crazy and demands that D.J. let her drive home, but D.J. refuses to let Kimmy get behind the wheel, so D.J. is the one who drives them home. Kimmy spends the night in D.J.'s bedroom, and she's sober when she wakes up. That's when she accuses D.J. of ruining her night last night. Kimmy's attitude changes and she apologizes to D.J. when D.J. explains that years ago, it was a drunk driver who caused the death of D.J.'s mother Pam Tanner. Meanwhile, Nicky and Alex are bugging Michelle so much that she ends up snapping at them. Nicky and Alex say they don't like Michelle anymore. The reason why Nicky and Alex can't forgive Michelle for snapping at them is because Nicky and Alex don't know the definition the word ""forgive"", so Michelle decides to teach them the definition of the word ""forgive"".

Episode #11: Arrest Ye Merry Gentlemen (air date: 1994-12-13)

Teaser: Michelle has a gift for Danny. Main Synopsis: Jesse has been bellyaching (complaining) all day that people have no Christmas spirit this year. Michelle buys a plastic tie with a cup holder on it as a Christmas gift for Danny, and when she overhears Danny saying insulting things about plastic ties with cup holders on them, she decides to exchange it for a different gift for Danny. She and Jesse go to the novelty store she got the tie from, but the grouchy owner, Mr. Dreghorn, refuses to exchange the gift. When Jesse tries to do it himself, Mr. Dreghorn traps them inside the store and hits the silent alarm to alert the police, because he believes that Jesse and Michelle are thieves. Jesse and Michelle get to the root of Mr. Dreghorn's anger – he hasn't seen his son in years. They also invite Mr. Dreghorn to the house for Christmas dinner, where Jesse gets Mr. Dreghorn to use the cordless phone to call his son, bringing about a happy reconciliation, and Jesse admits to Michelle

Episode #12: D.J.'s Choice (air date: 1995-01-03)

Teaser: Michelle and the twins try swinging without pushing. Main Synopsis: Viper breaks up with D.J., and Nelson is there to console her. Later, Viper shows up and says that breaking up with D.J. was a mistake, and he now wants D.J. back. Nelson jumps in on the situation, and he and Viper compete for D.J., who decides that she doesn't want to be with either one of them. Meanwhile, the family helps rebuild a vandalized playground. Tag: Jesse, who is angry that Joey broke one of Jesse's tools at the playground, literally nails Joey to a wooden fence by nailing Joey's clothes to the fence while Joey is still wearing the clothes.

Episode #13: The Producer (air date: 1995-01-10)

Teaser: Joey wants to know what happened to his ""Vanilla Weasels"". Main Synopsis: It's a special day where fathers take their daughters to work with them, so Danny takes Michelle to the TV station with him. After ""Wake Up, San Francisco"" is aired, Danny and Becky's boss Mr. Strowbridge, promotes Becky, making her the new producer of the show, yet still remaining as Danny's co-host. Danny wishes Mr. Strowbridge hadn't done this in front of Michelle, because Danny wants Michelle to be proud of him. Meanwhile, D.J. and Stephanie bet each other as to who, between the two of them, can go without sweets the longest.

Episode #14: Super Bowl Fun Day (air date: 1995-01-25)

Teaser: Stephanie, Nicky, and Alex are making a collage of zoo animals, but it looks more like the collage is all over Nicky and Alex. Main Synopsis: On Super Bowl Sunday, Jesse and Joey have promised to take Michelle and her friends to a science museum, but Joey comes up with a way to get he and Jesse out of it so they can watch the Super Bowl. Later, at home, Michelle helps Joey realize that he was selfish to break the promise he and Jesse made to Michelle and her friends. Meawhile, D.J. has an interview with Norma Bedrosian of the scholarship foundation, and this could help pay D.J.'s way through college. It turns out that Norma is a football fan who wants to see the Super Bowl.

Episode #15: My Left and Right Foot (air date: 1995-01-31)

Teaser: At the shoe store with 'bigfoot' Michelle. Main Synopsis: Insults from D.J. and Stephanie have Michelle fretting over the size of her feet, and she even has a nightmare about big feet. Later, Danny explains to the girls that teasing is not only hurtful, but it can also blow things out of proportion for a kid. Meanwhile, While the guys are singing ""House at Pooh Corner"" to Nicky and Alex, Becky sings horribly when she tries to sing along with the guys. Jesse puts his foot in his mouth when he criticizes Becky's singing and tries to give her voice lessons.

Episode #16: Air Jesse (air date: 1995-02-07)

Teaser: Stephanie presents a blouse that she designed as her sewing class project. Main Synopsis: Danny, Jesse, and Joey will be playing in a celebrity basketball game for charity, with D.J. as their head coach. Problem is, Jesse is a hapless player, but then Jesse gets some pointers from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. After this, Jesse sets out to prove to Nicky and Alex that he's not a total loser, but Nicky and Alex are not looking when Jesse puts in the game winning shot.

Episode #17: Dateless in San Francisco (air date: 1995-02-14)

Teaser: Valentine's day gifts and a broken heart among Jesse, Becky, and the twins. Main Synopsis: As Valentine's day approaches, Becky thinks Jesse has lost his romantic spark, and that she and Jesse won't have a good 4th anniversary, until Jesse surprises her with a hot air balloon ride and a picnic. Michelle and Teddy's friendship fizzles when they try to be boyfriend and girlfriend, so they decide that their friendship should go back to the way it was instead of being boyfriend and girlfriend. Joey has a secret admirer, and Joey thinks it's Mrs. Carruthers, who has always had a thing for Joey, but the secret admirer turns out to be Ms. Ullman, Michelle's teacher.

Episode #18: We Got the Beat (air date: 1995-02-21)

Teaser: Michelle tries to get the twins to answer a riddle. Main Synopsis: Stephanie and her two friends Gia and Melissa have formed a band with Kimmy, and they plan to compete in the ""Wake Up, San Francisco"" young talent search at the Smash Club. Stephanie and her band mates decide that they don't need Jesse's help because they think looking good is more important than sounding good. Stephanie feels absolutely humiliated when she and her band mess up onstage because they paid too much attention to how they look instead of how they sound. Michelle's friends Derek Boyd and Lisa Leeper, who sang a duet, win the talent contest. Stephanie admits to Jesse that he was right when he suggested that Stephanie and the band should practice to improve their sound before performing, and Jesse hopes that the humiliation hasn't turned Stephanie off to music. For an economics project, D.J. invests fictional money, but her success impresses Danny and Joey so much that they start investing real money.

Episode #19: Taking the Plunge (air date: 1995-02-28)

Teaser: Nicky and Alex watch and are amazed by Comet. Main Synopsis: D.J. and Kimmy will be graduating from high school in a few months, and they both receive news that Stanford University has rejected their applications. D.J. feels hurt, because Stanford was the college that she always wanted to go to. For Kimmy, Stanford was her last hope of not having to go to a college outside of California. Kimmy starts questioning her future, and this is combined with the fear that she and D.J. won't be friends anymore if they don't go to the same college with each other. Not really knowing what to do, Kimmy decides to marry her plumber boyfriend Duane in Las Vegas. D.J. gets to Las Vegas just in time to stop Kimmy from making this mistake, and D.J. tells Kimmy that no matter what, even if they don't go to the same college, they'll still be best friends forever. Meanwhile, Joey, with Nelson's cousin Regina from England, gets a chance to meet Queen Elizabeth at a reception, and when Joey actual

Episode #20: Up on the Roof (air date: 1995-03-14)

Teaser: Waking up Joey, who fell asleep in the kitchen where he was inventing all through the night. Main Synopsis: D.J. wants to pull an elaborate senior prank on Principal Robolard so she can leave behind a lasting legacy, and she would like for her prank to surpass the legendary prank that Jesse pulled on Robolard back when Jesse was in high school -- Jesse used a fishing pole and chewing gum to grab the toupee off of Robolard's head while Robolard drove his classic red 1957 Chevy convertible under a freeway overpass, then Jesse ran the toupee up the school's flag pole, and on the next morning, the students said ""I pledge allegiance to the rug"" instead of ""I pledge allegiance to the flag"". In order to pull a more elaborate prank on Robolard, D.J. gets Kimmy's boyfriend Duane to use a crane to lift Robolard's 1957 Chevy convertible onto the roof of the school. The trick may backfire when an incoming thunderstorm becomes a threat to destroy the car's interior, but Jesse, D.J., and K

Episode #21: Leap of Faith (air date: 1995-03-21)

Teaser: Becky chews Jesse out for taking the risk of competing in a motocross motorcycle race on a muddy track. Main Synopsis: On ""Wake Up, San Francisco"", Danny and Rebecca have a special guest named Edna, an old lady who, despite her age, stills goes bungy-jumping, and Edna invites Danny and Becky to jump with her. Danny declines, but Jesse, who has always been a bit of a risk taker himself, hits the roof when Becky decides to take a risk and accept Edna's invitation, and get the crew of ""Wake Up, San Francisco"" to videotape the jump. Jesse and Becky end up doing the jump together. Meanwhile, Joey has accidentally won two tickets to a Counting Crows concert, and he gives the tickets to D.J. and Stephanie. Michelle feels like she's always being left out of these things while D.J. and Stephanie get to do everything, so to be included for once, Michelle gets D.J. roped into taking Michelle to the concert when D.J. would rather take Stephanie to the concert, so D.J. and Stephanie set o

Episode #22: All Stood Up (air date: 1995-04-04)

Teaser: Michelle is tired of always losing to D.J., no matter what game they play against each other. Main Synopsis: Stephanie is heartbroken after she makes a date to go to a school dance with her classmate Ryan, and Ryan stands her up. Danny has a talk with Ryan, who later apologizes to Stephanie for standing her up. Meanwhile, a doctor from an insurance company tells Jesse that his blood pressure needs to be lowered and Jesse needs to relax, but it's not long before Jesse is interrupted by Kimmy's bagpipe practice. One sound leads to another, and there is soon a war of music going on in the backyard while Jesse is also being terrorized by an ostrich that Kimmy is taking care of. Michelle tries to find a game that will give her a chance to win against D.J. for once.

Episode #23: Michelle Rides Again (1) (air date: 1995-05-23)

Teaser: D.J. complains to Kimmy that she probably won't have a date for the senior prom. Main Synopsis: Michelle has been taking horse riding lessons. Stephanie is scheduled to play as Juliet in ""Romeo and Juliet"", a play that will take place at school, and Andrew Berkeley will be playing as Romeo. Stephanie has been wanting to share a kiss with Andrew, who always seems reluctant to do it. Jesse and Joey have an audition to see if they'll get their own late night TV show, and Kimmy is trying to help D.J. find a date for the senior prom. At the stables, Michelle meets a girl named Elizabeth, whose mother, Morgan, is a rich snob who insults Danny by saying that Danny has the air of stable help. Michelle tells Danny that there's a jumping contest for kids and their horses next week, and she asks Danny's permission to compete in it. When Morgan tells Danny that Michelle couldn't possibly win because Elizabeth wins this contest every year, Danny gives Michelle permission to enter the cont

Episode #24: Michelle Rides Again (2) (air date: 1995-05-23)

Teaser: in syndication, there would be a recap of part 1. Main Synopsis: Michelle is rushed to the hospital, where Danny realizes that the reason why Michelle was on the horse trail with Elizabeth was because Michelle didn't want to compete because Danny put too much pressure on her to beat Elizabeth. Everyone is relieved when a doctor tells them that Michelle is out of Danger, but Michelle did take a hard hit on the head, so the doctor has decided to keep Michelle in the hospital overnight for observation. The doctor takes Danny, Jesse, and Joey to the room Michelle is in, and Michelle doesn't know who they are. The doctor explains that memory loss is common with head injuries, and it's usually temporary. At home, on the day Michelle is scheduled to be released from the hospital, Andrew comes back over, and explains that the reason why he's been reluctant to kiss Stephanie is because he didn't know how Stephanie would feel about it, but after what Michelle said a few days ago, Andre

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