Full House - The Complete Second Season

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Overview

Lori Loughlin joins the Full House cast for the series' second season in the role of Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, the new co-host of Danny Tanner's Bob Saget local TV series "Wake Up San Francisco." Before the season is over, Becky will have fallen in love with Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis John Stamos, but whether or not she'll accept his season-ending proposal is left up in the air. Meanwhile, Jesse and Danny's comedian pal Joey Gladstone Dave Coulier continue lending their helping hands as the widowed...
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Overview

Lori Loughlin joins the Full House cast for the series' second season in the role of Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, the new co-host of Danny Tanner's Bob Saget local TV series "Wake Up San Francisco." Before the season is over, Becky will have fallen in love with Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis John Stamos, but whether or not she'll accept his season-ending proposal is left up in the air. Meanwhile, Jesse and Danny's comedian pal Joey Gladstone Dave Coulier continue lending their helping hands as the widowed Danny tries to raise his daughters -- 11-year-old D.J. Candace Cameron, six-year-old Stephanie Jodie Sweetin, and three-year-old Michelle played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen -- without maternal assistance. This season's highlights include the introduction of Richard Paul as Danny's bombastic boss, Mr. Strowbridge, and the first appearance of John Aprea as Jesse's Greek father, Nick. Also worth noting is the crisis developing around the 12th birthday party of D.J.'s best friend, Kimmy Gibler Andrea Barber; the guys' Three Stooges costumes for a Halloween party; a "dream night" with the Beach Boys as themselves; the episode "Our Very First Christmas," with the usual mixups and queries about Santa's existence; the girls' competition over rewards for good grades; Jesse "overbooking" himself on his birthday; and in the two-episode season finale, an eventful getaway to Lake Tahoe.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Top ten rules of parenting; Full House trivia challenge; English, French and Spanish subtitles
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
In its second season, Full House stays square within its comfort level, which is not to say that there aren’t major changes afoot. Clean-freak widower Danny Bob Saget becomes the new host of a popular morning TV talk show, Wake Up San Francisco. Aspiring rocker Jesse John Stamos loses his mullet, joins jingle-writing forces with comedian and fellow housemate Joey Dave Coulier, and finds true love with Danny’s co-host, Rebecca Lori Loughlin. But shaking Full House to its very foundation is the star-is-born emergence of twin toddlers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen as infant Michelle, who is featured doing something precociously adorable in nearly every episode’s pre-opening credit sequence. This isn’t just scene-stealing, it’s show-stealing of Fonzie-esque proportions, as witness the audience’s "Awwww" when Michelle drops a bowl of pretzels in the episode "Tanner vs. Gibbler." Full House comes of age in its sophomore year with its "Very First Christmas Show"; the inevitable flashback episode "Pal Joey", in which Danny, Joey, and Jesse meet as children on the school playground; and the first celebrity guest star episode, "Beach Boy Bingo," featuring the Beach Boys, who favor the Tanner family with a rendition of "Kokomo." Meanwhile, eldest daughter D.J. Candace Cameron must deal with such crises as being called a "geekburger" by her best friend, and middle daughter Stephanie Jodie Sweetin gets a case of the Jan Bradys when she bemoans the attention lavished on her sisters in "Middle Age Crazy." Topical references notwithstanding Joey has a penchant for imitating Pee-wee Herman Full House holds up very well. A guilty pleasure for some, a safe haven for others, this fun House is a wonderful place to visit.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/6/2005
  • UPC: 012569721487
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Full Frame
  • Presentation: Full Frame
  • Language: English
  • Time: 8:56:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 14,860

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Disc #1 -- Full House: Season 2
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   Episodes
      Cutting it Close
      Tanner vs. Gibbler
      It's Not My Job
      D.J.'s Very First Horse
      Jingle Hell
      Beach Boy Bingo
   Special Features
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Disc #2 -- Full House: Season 2
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      Joey Gets Tough
      Triple Date
      Our Very First Christmas Show
      Middle Age Crazy
      A Little Romance
      Fogged In
   Special Features
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Disc #3 -- Full House: Season 2
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      Working Mothers
      Little Shop of Sweaters
      Pal Joey
      Baby Love
      El Problema Grande de D.J.
      Goodbye, Mr. Bear
   Special Features
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Disc #4 -- Full House: Season 2
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      Blast From the Past
      I'm There for You, Babe
      Luck Be a Lady - Part One
      Luck Be a Lady - Part Two
   Special Features
      Full House Rules of Parenting
      Full House Trivia Challenge
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    A NICE SHOW

    WELL SINCE THE SHOW USE TO COME ON NICK AT NITE THEN ITS A GRAET TV SHOW THE EPOSODES ARE COOL AND REAL FUNNY TOO LIKE WHEN DJ GETS A BOYFRIEND AND BECKY AND JESSE ALMOST GET MARRIED FULL HOUSE IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES REAL COOL

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My favorite season of Full House

    This fullhouse season 2 is my favorite season of fullhouse Its one the best shows for family and kids to watch John Stamos looked good in this show He's a very cute guy and he still is This is one of those clean cut shows that People can enjoy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    full house

    it was and still is a great family show I'm 33 and still watch on Nik-at-nite

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    LOVE IT

    I love this show so much. It is so creative. Even if i have seen the episode 3 times i will watch it again. They never get old. The actors/actress are perfect for the part. if i could give it more stars i would!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    full house is not that good

    full house in a way is a dumb show. every episode there is some kind of lesson to be learned. a couple of actors probably got their careers ruined becuase of this show. it is not worth buying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best Show I Have Ever Watched!!!

    Full house is a really great show!! The reason I like it is because you can relate to some of the situations that the characters find themselves in. It seems like a real american family living n the 80's and 90's. I recomend this show to anyone, children of all ages and adults alike.

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    Posted July 19, 2009

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