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Full House: The Complete Third Season [4 Discs] [DVD]

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  • Release Date: 04/04/2006
  • Rating: TV-G
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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 4)

    Special Features


    • Joey Impersonations - season 3 montage
    • English, French and Spanish subtitles
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis


    Season three 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. ~ Hal Erickson

    Cast & Crew


    • Bob Saget - Danny Tanner
    • Dave Coulier - Joey Gladstone
    • John Stamos - Jesse Cochran/Katsopolis
    • Candace Cameron-Bure - Donna Jo `D.J.' Tanner
    • Jodie Sweetin - Stephanie Tanner




    Customer rating

    Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews

    100%
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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      The Laughs Continue with Season Three

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      AandJ091108
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      Season 3 of hit sit-com Full House continues the fun and laughs as the family continues to grow. This season, D.J. (Candace Cameron) enters Jr. High. Naturally, the adjustment is hard not only on her, but Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), who still wants to hang with her old sister, and Danny, Jesse, and Joey, who don't want to let her grow up. Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) seems to have plenty of trouble with his girlfriend Becky (Lori Loughlin). They seem to fight as often as they get along. My favorite of these is "Breaking up is Hard to Do (in 22 minutes)" which finds the couple trying to work through their various hobbies. In other developments this season, Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) turn three and start pre-school, Danny (Bob Saget) takes the entire family to Hawaii, Stephanie backs Joey's car into the kitchen, and Joey (Dave Coulier) makes one more desperate bid to become a famous stand-up comic. While Jesse and Joey are still working in advertising, that seems to be an side note and is only the focus of one or two episodes this season. We also suffer the first signs of tainted timelines when Doris Roberts shows up to play Danny's mom and Becky and Jesse celebrate the one year anniversary of the day they met around Christmas (in an episode that aired in January originally.) Those quibbles aside, the jokes are still great and the cast still does a great job acting. This season does contain the first episode I truly didn't care for. "Our Very First Telethon" is basically a talent show for the cast with no real plot. That's one episode I won't watch much in the future. This set contains 24 episodes on four discs. The only extra is a montage of Joey's impersonations over the course of the season. Frankly, it's funny, but not worth watching more then once. While I would love some real extras, the show itself is still very funny. This is certainly worth owning for Full House fans.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      cool!

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      sleppygirl

      this show i'll never ever get tired of i truly love it and the eposode where DJ kisses Kevin on her 13th bitrhday cool show!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great tv series

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      Joey2016
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      Favorite tv show of the 80s, saw from beginning to end

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      love it

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      Noodles
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      this is my favorite show. i love older shows from the '90s.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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