Full House - The Complete Third Season

Full House - The Complete Third Season

4.7 7

Cast: Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier

     
 

Season 3 of Full House finds Lori Loughlin matriculating from "recurring" to "regular" status in the role of Becky Donaldson, co-host of Danny Tanner's (Bob Saget) San Francisco TV show and sweetheart of Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran (John Stamos). No, Becky and JesseSee more details below

  • Checkmark 30-50% Off Retro TV  Shop Now
  • Checkmark DVD & Blu-ray Box Sets  Shop Now

Overview

Season 3 of Full House finds Lori Loughlin matriculating from "recurring" to "regular" status in the role of Becky Donaldson, co-host of Danny Tanner's (Bob Saget) San Francisco TV show and sweetheart of Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran (John Stamos). No, Becky and Jesse did not get married at the end of season two, but that doesn't mean they aren't still considering it. Elsewhere, the widowed Danny continues functioning as both father and mother to his three growing daughters -- 12-year-old D.J. (Candace Cameron), seven-year-old Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and three-year-old Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) -- with the assistance of both Jesse and Danny's aspiring-comedian buddy Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier). Also, future Everybody Loves Raymond star Doris Roberts takes over from season one's Alice Hirson in the role of Danny's mother, Claire. Kicking off with a riotous Hawaiian vacation, the series' third season includes such highlights as D.J.'s first kiss (at her 13th birthday party); Joey's "big break" on Star Search, hosted by Ed McMahon (playing -- who else? -- Ed McMahon); the girls getting a new puppy named Comet; Jesse's foolhardy acceptance of a life-risking dare from his old buddy Pete (Scott Baio); Stephanie's traumatic reaction to a typical Frisco earthquake; Stephanie and D.J. suffering the consequences when they teach little Michelle how to throw insults; a visit from Becky's former professor (and boyfriend), played by Barry Van Dyke of Diagnosis Murder fame; Stephanie's "wild ride" as she accidentally backs her dad's car into the family kitchen; Joey and Danny's female disguise during their tenth college-frat reunion; and in the final episode of the season, a gala TV telethon in which everyone in the cast shows off his or her hitherto untapped talents. After three years on the air, Full House finally broke through the Top 30 highest-rated programs, coming in at number 22 for the 1989-1990 season

Read More

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
From a Hawaiian vacation to a TV charity telethon, Full House - Season 3 features nonstop family fun as well as life lessons for both children and grown-ups. Perky, spunky Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) learns that it's not nice to make fun of others in "Nerd for a Day" and that she can't run from her problems after crashing Joey's prized vintage car into the kitchen in "Honey, I Broke the House." D.J. (Candace Cameron), now in junior high school, already knows she's too young to drink; Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) learns he should trust her after he sees her with a beer in her hand and jumps to the wrong conclusion in "Just Say No Way." As for Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), she is now handling catchphrases ("You got it, dude," "I'm not busy," "Oh, nuts") like a sitcom pro. And just when you thought that it couldn't get more adorable than the antics of three quip-happy kids, Joey's (Dave Coulier) Popeye impressions, Jesse's Elvis fixation, or Danny's (Bob Saget) anal-retentive anxieties, Full House ups the cuteness quotient with the addition of a pet in "And They Call It Puppy Love." This third season, the show's most popular to date, is definitely the charm with such episodes as "Our Very First Telethon," showcasing the ensemble's talent for comedy, singing, dancing, and, in Michelle's case, reciting (with an assist from Mike Love of the Beach Boys). Full House is the kind of show that tends to be taken for granted. In the episode "Those Better Not Be the Days," a chastened D.J. and Stephanie apologize to their dad and uncles for not expressing their gratitude: "We appreciate how wonderful you are," D.J. proclaims. Devoted viewers might say the same for Full House.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/04/2006
UPC:
0012569752573
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
9:12:00
Sales rank:
4,966

Special Features

Closed Caption; Joey Impersonations - season 3 montage; English, French and Spanish subtitles

Related Subjects

Cast & Crew

Read More

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Full House: The Complete Third Season
1. Tanner's Island [22:41]
1. Back to School Blues [23:07]
1. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (In 22 Minutes) [23:06]
1. Nerd for a Day [23:06]
1. Granny Tanny [23:01]
1. Star Search [23:07]
Disc #2 -- Full House: The Complete Third Season
1. And They Call it Puppy Love [22:46]
1. Divorce Court [23:06]
1. Dr. Dare Rides Again [23:00]
1. The Greatest Birthday on Earth [23:00]
1. Aftershocks [23:00]
1. Joey and Stacy and...Oh Yeah, Jesse [23:01]
Disc #3 -- Full House: The Complete Third Season
1. No More Mr. Dumb Guy [23:01]
1. Misadventures in Babysitting [23:07]
1. Lust in the Dust [23:00]
1. Bye, Bye, Birdie [22:51]
1. 13 Candles [23:02]
1. Mr. Egghead [22:51]
Disc #4 -- Full House: The Complete Third Season
1. Those Better Not Be the Days [23:01]
1. Honey, I Broke the House [23:01]
1. Just Say No Way [23:07]
1. Three Men and Another Baby [23:07]
1. Fraternity Reunion [23:07]
1. Our Very First Telethon [23:01]

Read More

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >