Pre-Credits Gag: DJ tries to do her homework but Michelle comes in and interrupts her, but who cares about that? Check out DJ’s ancient computer!
Jesse is laying down some funky beats on his synthesizer when Michelle and Teddy come into his studio and interrupt him. He gives them a demonstration of how his equipment works and then they really want to try it out. He explains that the equipment is really expensive and it wouldn’t be fair to either Becky or Danny, who surely had to pay for it all, to let some little kids fuck around with it.
Teddy and Michelle tell Jesse that he shouldn’t be working because it’s Saturday but he says that he’s going to follow the advice of the “good” Uncle Jesse and do some actual work for the first time in his life. About 2 seconds later, the kids convince him to go upstairs and eat ice cream, because even the good Uncle Jesse has no work ethic.
Meanwhile, DJ tells Stephanie and Kimmie Gibbler that she’s hella sick of them fighting all the time, so she locks the 3 of them in her room and says that nobody’s leaving until they work that shit out.
Joey comes downstairs all singing and jovial because he’s been banging Danny’s sister since last episode. Danny’s sister, Wendy, shows up at the door to meet Joey for a rigorous day of exercise, which is difficult for Joey because he’s all doughy and worthless. She tells him about the series of 20 mile bike rides they’re about to go on and Joey seems pretty unenthused but Wendy explains that she’s already giving up most of her principles by going out with him so he should at least develop some degree of physical fitness.
Michelle sneaks into Jesse’s recording studio when no one’s around and is confronted by hallucinations of her good and evil self. The sequence is really stilted and poorly edited together and they really don’t get much use out of two different actresses playing Michelle because there are three different representations of her in the scene, so there’s always at least one of them that’s really poorly superimposed. It also doesn’t help much that the Olsen twins are fucking terrible actresses. If they can’t even do a halfway decent job of playing a regular little kid, why did they even try to get them to do something else? Michelle’s good side dresses like a hippy and tells her not to do bad things and the evil one dresses like Little Steven from the E Street band and acts like a condescending asshole, which isn’t really very much different from how Michelle acts most of the time anyway. Unsurprisingly, evil prevails and Michelle starts fucking around with Jesse’s equipment.
Jesse’s catches her fucking around with all of the expensive equipment that either his wife or brother-in-law bought for him and he gets super pissed. Danny overhears the kerfuffle and Jesse tells him that Michelle was fucking with his shit. The dads lecture Michelle and she just sort of sits there with a complete lack of remorse on her face while she makes wisecracks, then she calls Jesse “Uncle Tattletale” and makes him feel guilty. Seriously, how was this kid even able to imagine a manifestation of her good side? She clearly has no morals whatsoever.
After being sent to her room, Michelle has a little pity party with the dog. Is it me or did they get this dog entirely so the girls can complain to him when they’re feeling upset? Stephanie cries all over him like every other episode. Anyway, Michelle’s inexpensively superimposed apparitions reappear to deliver more stilted dialogue and the evil one convinces her to run away from home.
The next scene opens with Teddy enjoying a wholesome game of Monopoly at home with his family. His sister is played by his real life sister, who’s one of the sisters from Sister, Sister. I’m not sure which one. Anyway, Michelle comes over and asks if she can live there and Teddy’s parents seem pretty ok with it.
Continuing once again the thread of Jesse and Becky being the most boring parents of all time, they film one of the babies eating his first solid food. Jesse has a hard time refraining from pointing the camera at himself, which seems like a pretty obnoxious thing to do until you have to watch a bunch of disgusting close-ups of the baby trying to eat mashed up bananas.
Danny comes downstairs and is all concerned because he can’t find Michelle. About 5 seconds later, Teddy’s parents call and tell him that she’s over there and then, as Danny prepares to go pick her up, Jesse tells him that he has a good idea about how to handle the situation.
DJ forces Stephanie and Kimmie Gibbler to find some common ground and they finally bond over complaining about what a pain in the ass DJ is.
Jesse and Danny arrive at Teddy’s house and put up a front about how they’ve accepted that she’s going to be living at Teddy’s house now. Their ploy works almost instantly and Michelle begs them to let her come back home.
Back at the full house, Jesse has a very special talk with Michelle about how dangerous it is to run away from home. The music comes on as he tells her that it’s important to follow the rules and then they tell each other that they love one another and then, hugs.