Season 6, Episode 4, “Radio Days”

Pre-Credits Gag:  It’s just some inane pandering scene with Michelle and the new babies.  I thought I’d take this opportunity to mention that I think I may have been a little quick to call the new babies hideous.  The original babies that played Nicky and Alex last Season were definitely pretty potato-like in their appearance, but I wouldn’t really call them hideous, and these new kids aren’t even really all that bad.  The main reason I feel a need to point this out is that I think that being all free and loose with insulting the appearance of the new babies on this show really detracts from what a legitimately ugly baby Michelle was.  I remember being hesitant to point out how unsightly she was back in the early days since it seemed like a pretty mean thing to do, but that was over 100 episodes of Full House ago, before my heart turned to shit.  Nowadays I can’t wait to call a baby hideous,  but every now and then I have a moment of clarity and am able to step back and view things with less than overwhelming hatred.  So, for the record:  Baby Michelle:  legitimately ugly.  Replacement Baby Nicky and Alex:  Not really all that bad.

Stephanie wont let Michelle help her with the short story she’s writing, so Michelle feels sorry for herself and the audience goes, “aww.”  Such heavy-handed emotional pandering, not 3 minutes into the episode?  That might be a record.  Anyway, Stephanie reads her story to everyone and they all agree that it sucks dick.  Becky suggests that Stephanie writes about something she knows and then Steve, DJ and Kimmie Gibbler all walk in as DJ busts Steve’s balls about giving Kathie Santoni a ride home.  I’ve gotta back DJ on this one.  Kathy Santoni has big titties and is loose with boys.  Steve should not be driving her home.

Jesse comes in and tells everyone that he’s gonna be interviewed on the radio because he’s doing some sort of a benefit concert.  Danny mentions that the radio station is looking for a new DJ and Jesse says that he’s going to try to get the job because he’s always wanted to be a DJ, ever since he was a little kid.  Wait, what?  I thought his dream was to be a terrible musician, which he finally kind of became successful at last episode and then immediately gave up to be with his family.  Now he’s always wanted to be a radio DJ?  Man, whatever.  Oh yeah also Joey is pissed because they’re trying to force him to have a co-host on the Ranger Joe Show.

Stephanie listens in on DJ and Steve as DJ’s all, “come on, Steve, whose titties are better, mine or Kathie Santoni’s?  You can be honest.  I wont get mad.  Who has better titties?” and then Steve manages to convince her that he doesn’t actually want to bang Kathie Santoni so they get back to studying.  Oh, man, they’re actually studying up in DJ’s room?  Shit, no wonder he’s giving Kathie Santoni rides home.

On the set of the Ranger Joe Show, Joey meets his new co-host, Jungle Jenny, and immediately hates her guts.  She wants to do all this stuff with the show that Joey’s not down with so Joey complains to Mr. Strowbridge, who explains that Jungle Jenny’s his wife so he’s gonna let her do whatever she wants.  Dang, it’s kind of amazing that Mr. Strowbridge is still making sporadic appearances on this show.  He and Kathie Santoni, whose titties were mentioned just moments ago, are like the champions of Full House tertiary characters.

Just before Jesse goes on the air, Joey meets him down at the radio station to give him some bro love and complain about Jungle Jenny.  Jesse mentions again that he really wants to be a radio DJ and then he goes into the booth for his interview.  About 30 seconds into it, the host is like, “hey, who’s your friend lurking outside?” and Jesse says that it’s his hilarious friend Joey so the host invites him to be a part of the interview.  Don’t you love it when radio interview shows bring in people who are lurking in the hallway?  Happens all the time.  So then Joey upstages Jesse by making a bunch of jokes about his stupid hair and then Jesse gets all pissed.

The two of them are left alone after their interview and Jesse starts getting all up in Joey’s grill about ruining his big dream of being a radio DJ.  Joey gets defensive and walks out, but not before things escalate to the point where they are exchanging the hurtful names “Dippity-doo head” and “Bullwinkle-brain.”  As soon as Joey’s gone, the radio show hosts comes back in and says that the audience reaction to the interview was so positive that they want Jesse to be their new DJ.  Jesse is elated by this news until the host adds that they only want Jesse if Joey will be his co-host.  It’s kind of a low-drama moment since Joey and Jesse are best friends and have worked together in the past and it’s only in this one brief particular circumstance that Jesse wouldn’t want to work with him.  This might just be the most easily resolved dramatic act-break so far.

Later, back at the full house, Jesse goes into Joey’s creepy room and tries to make peace with him by bringing him ice cream.  As soon as they patch things up, Jesse mentions the radio show gig and then Joey gets all mad for no clear reason.  I guess because Jesse’s only being nice to him to get him to go on the show?  It’s a pretty forced conflict, but they start arguing again regardless until Michelle comes in and tries to make them hug.  They refuse and resort once again to exchanging those deeply hurtful insults of “Bullwinkle-brain” and “Dippity-doo head.”

In an evil conspiracy to acquire material to write about, Stephanie plants a fake love note from a guy named Henry in DJ’s school book.  Steve finds it and gets hella pissed, calling DJ a “cheap whore” and a “cocksucking tramp.”  I couldn’t believe it!  The two of them take their argument upstairs while Stephanie revels in their misery and then Danny comes in and reads the story she’s writing.  He congratulates her on her creative writing and then tells her to go empty the dishwasher.  As soon as she’s gone, DJ and Steve come back downstairs and continue their argument and then Danny recognizes the circumstances of it from Stephanie’s short story.

Jungle Jenny shows up on the Ranger Joe show and immediately starts giving Joey a hard time.  Hey, who are all these kids?  They just recently established that the kids on the Ranger Joe show are all Michelle’s friends, but she’s still there and I don’t recognize any of the other kids.  Where’s Aaron Bailey when you need him?

Steve and DJ decide to get back at Stephanie by pretending that they’re going to resolve their conflict by getting married.  Why doesn’t DJ just hold Stephanie down and act like she’s gonna spit in her face and then suck it back up at the last second, like a real big sister gets revenge?  Anyway, Danny comes downstairs and Stephanie tells him what’s going on but he’s in on the joke so they all play up the impending nuptials as a cause for celebration.

After Stephanie experiences a range of shocked emotions at this preposterous circumstance that she couldn’t possibly care about or take seriously, the music comes on as Danny explains that they were just fucking with her and it’s not cool to manipulate people for story purposes even though that’s all this show ever does.  Remember that “aww” 3 minutes into the episode?  Also, it’s kinda odd that they’d bust out the music for a b-story like this, especially when the moral is so esoteric.  But at least Steve has proven himself as corny enough to fit right into the full house and all of the zany schemes within it, so much so that Danny and Steve celebrate by making corndogs.

Jungle Jenny runs rampant on the set of the Ranger Joe Show, which apparently has no script or rehearsals whatsoever.  Seriously, this scene plays out like a power struggle at a daycare center, and yet it is supposed to be televised programming.  Jungle Jenny leaves Joey tied up upside down at the end of the show and then Mr. Strowbridge walks onto the set and doesn’t try at all to help him get down.  Joey tells Mr. Strowbridge that he’s going to have to fire either himself or Jungle Jenny, which brings about the end of the Ranger Joe show.  Really, that’s it?  I thought that shit was gonna go on for the rest of the series.  Oh well, I can’t say I’ll miss it.

Back at the full house, Joey tells Jesse that his humiliating experience on the Ranger Joe show has taught him not to be such an antagonistic asshole.  The music comes on again as they rekindle their flaming boners for one another and agree to start a new career as radio DJ’s.  Hey, that’s two musics in a single episode.  What the fuck?  Was that first lesson not valuable enough or something?  I also find it pretty irritating how these two worthless pieces of shit can just stumble their way through life, ending up in one successful career after another.  I bet Jesse could take a shit in a public toilet and then get hired to be the official public toilet shitter of San Francisco or something.  What a tremendous insult to every hardworking person on the planet.

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85 Responses to Season 6, Episode 4, “Radio Days”

  1. KatanFromJapan says:

    so after one week of reading through the entire archive, it has finally happened. I caught up and now I have to wait an entire week.

    This blows. I love this blog more than michelle loves shoving cake in her pie hole, more than Danny loved windex, more than Joey loves spitting in people’s faces, more than future Stephanie loves coke.

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  2. Bridget says:

    I know everyone will hate me for defending Michelle, but I didn’t like it when she tried to help her sister with her story and Stephanie wouldn’t let her because all she could spell was “it.”. I thought of Stephen King’s “It” and how popular that story was. The TV movie based on the story was on 22 years ago and now they are remaking it for the big screen. I was hoping Pennywise the Dancing Clown would have come out and taken the entire family down into the sewer with him in Derry, Maine.

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  3. penny says:

    I recall the characters in Stephanie’s short story being called “Cleve” and “PJ”. Really, Stephanie, that’s the best you could hide it? I’m surprised Danny had to overhear them fighting to figure it out. Stephanie obviously doesn’t have a creative bone in her body.

    Also, Kimmie’s outfit in that second screen cap…. my eyes are bleeding!

    And forget about Jesse backing into jobs — it’s Joey who isn’t even trying. This unfunny comedian gets his stuff sent to Star Search, by Danny, and he’s kind of hired for Ranger Joe just by being there. Also, that video dating service episode is something the people of the full house do for him, too, without him lifting a finger. So it would make so much sense with the theme of the show that Joey appears somewhere to fuck things up and somehow backs himself up into a new job… just as the old job was ending. How bloody convenient. Fuck you, Joey. If Jesse is the official toilet shitter, you’d become the co-host just by watching him take a shit because Danny told you Jesse would be there, regardless of whether you had any toilet shitting skills of your own.

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  4. Jordan says:

    Look at Jesse’s mouth on that last picture.

    LOOK AT IT.

    WHAT THE HELL’S WRONG WITH IT? I’m sure it’s something stupid, but I can’t actually resolve it, mentally. Is it a creepy toothy grin? Is it a really big lip smile? Is that a tongue?

    What, I don’t even… what?!

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  5. mini says:

    Wow, Steve is HOT.

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  6. Dr. Bitz says:

    I think I blame this show for thinking one fantastic job opportunity after the next would just fall right in my lap. It turns out you actually have to TRY and get your dream job if you want it in the real world. So here I sit working a computer job like some chump instead of starrring in a porno.

    But, seriously. Has anyone ever come into a radio station for their first interview and walked out with an on-air job? Especially in a major market like San Francisco? (Of course, this is the same market that keeps shows like The Ranger Joe Show and Wake Up, San Francisco on the air, so what the hell do I know?)

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    • Love your career aspirations, Dr. Bitz. I used to dream of paying my way through college by working in that industry. Oh, well. At least I can still watch a lot of it 😉

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    • Teebore says:

      I was thinking the same thing. This show definitely tainted my career expectations.

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    • Angela says:

      Yeah, this episode always particularly bugged the crap out of my dad for that very reason. He worked in radio for a living, and storylines like this were just one more thing to add to his list of reasons why he hated this show.

      Why doesn’t DJ just hold Stephanie down and act like she’s gonna spit in her face and then suck it back up at the last second, like a real big sister gets revenge?

      Speaking as a big sister, gotta say, I don’t recall ever doing such a thing. Oh, we had some pretty good fights, sure, but I feel like I missed out on something now.

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      • Lauren H says:

        I think the spit thing was more a brother thing than a sister thing. I saw guys do that all the time growing up but never a girl, but I’m sure there were/are girls that did/do this.

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    • BlondieRock13 says:

      That’s not even what bothers me the most about their jobs on this show. It’s the attitude that the only jobs worth having are in entertainment. God forbid Joey ever just get a regular job, like bartending in a comedy club or working in an office or retail. WTF did he even get a degree in when he went to college with Danny? Not to mention, all this time, Jesse could have been a mechanic (which actually can be a good paying gig) or a band/DJ for hire at parties and weddings (also decent money there). The jingle writing was the only thing that was even close to a real job for either of them and even then, it was for shit that goes on radio/tv.

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  7. OK, the screen cap of Joey and Jermsey at the radio station – I wanted to beat that expression off of Joey’s face with a fire extinguisher. Anybody with me?

    “Why doesn’t DJ just hold Stephanie down and act like she’s gonna spit in her face and then suck it back up at the last second, like a real big sister gets revenge?” Oh my god, this is like my least favorite thing ever, second only to wet willies. My own MOM used to do this to me, and she didn’t always get it sucked back my. WHY MOM? WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT TO YOUR OWN SON?

    Love your closing paragraph. I can shit with the best of them, can I have the job?

    And finally, from last week. I forgot to mention in my comment – my best friend’s brother was stationed with the U.S. Navy in Japan for a long time. When my friend went to visit him, he got this translation phrases book. It was like a street slang guide to Japan that had a whole chapter dedicated to how to ask for and score various drugs (any where from pot to heroin to cocaine), and had pre-established phrases such as, “Whoa, when you opened that car door, you just hit that guy in the nuts! He looks like he’s going to die!”, and “When that stripper bent over, I could see her asshole”. Seriously. These are things you need to know how to say in the native language when you travel abroad.

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  8. Ashley says:

    “Why doesn’t DJ just hold Stephanie down and act like she’s gonna spit in her face and then suck it back up at the last second, like a real big sister gets revenge?”

    1) MY BOYFRIEND HAS NEVER DONE THIS!!! :O
    2) …I kind of want to try doing it again. The only thing holding me back is that I’m a grown-ass woman and spitting just to suck it back up again isn’t something grown-ass women should be doing. Plus I’d probably make a mess.

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  9. cerebralPaulz says:

    I can’t disagree hard enough, I hate those misshapen bowl heads with a passionate devotion. You’re getting soft, Nicky and Alex are the WORST!

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  10. smt says:

    Your blog makes me want to re-watch these episodes as you write them up…. What is wrong with me?!?!

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  11. Teebore says:

    Stephanie wont let Michelle help her with the short story she’s writing, so Michelle feels sorry for herself

    I’m sorry, why are we supposed to feel bad about this? Christ, Stephanie can’t even write a story without involving her sister?

    I thought his dream was to be a terrible musician

    New season (episode?), new job for Jermsey.

    Oh, man, they’re actually studying up in DJ’s room? Shit, no wonder he’s giving Kathie Santoni rides home.

    Also, Kathie Santoni probably doesn’t dress like a mom.

    Joey complains to Mr. Strowbridge, who explains that Jungle Jenny’s his wife so he’s gonna let her do whatever she wants.

    Well, that finally explains how Danny is able to professionally hoist his family on an unsuspecting viewing public: his boss is totally into nepotism.

    the radio show hosts comes back in and says that the audience reaction to the interview was so positive that they want Jesse to be their new DJ.

    That’s, like, the fastest audience reaction turnaround ever. Were they really so great that the switchboards lit up immediately after their interview?

    In an evil conspiracy to acquire material to write about, Stephanie plants a fake love note

    She’s the James Frey of Full House #BookNerdJoke

    They just recently established that the kids on the Ranger Joe show are all Michelle’s friends

    Wait, so Michelle and her friends attend every taping of the show? And it’s on presumably more than once a week? That might be the most preposterous idea yet…

    so much so that Danny and Steve celebrate by making corndogs

    Kinky.

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    • Sarah Portland says:

      “In an evil conspiracy to acquire material to write about, Stephanie plants a fake love note”

      She stole that shit from that kid Rusty, a thousand seasons back. Because, you know, it’s not enough that that the Full House steals plot devices from other shows. They have to steal it from themselves as well 😛

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  12. Sarah Portland says:

    I’m calling BS on the names of the sidekicks on the Ranger Joe Show. “Lumberjack Jess” and “Jungle Jenny” sound like sidekicks from The Man Show. And you know they’d be dressed like the girls on Tool Time.

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  13. jbeeee says:

    Wait, Joey already had a co-host, wasn’t it Jesse as the lumber jack? And then Jesse got fired b/c they didn’t want a co-host (am I remembering that correctly?) but now they do want a co-host? Is Mr Stowbridge suffering from dementia? Does he need help?

    I hate this show. I love this blog.

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    • Jane says:

      His wife probably wanted a co-host job on the show, so Mr. Stowbridge had to give it to her because she wears the pants.

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    • Billy Superstar says:

      oh, shit, i totally forgot about lumberjack jess. was that last season? there are just too many inconsistencies to even try to keep track of anymore.

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    • SavaFiend says:

      I was just thinking the same thing! They fired Jesse because of “budget cuts”, but somehow now they have enough of a budget to get Mr. Strowbridge’s wife in there? And if it’s just a matter of him wanting to get his wife in there, why did they ever hire Jesse as Joey’s sidekick anyway? Why didn’t they put his wife there in the first place? In typical Full House fashion, it makes absolutely no sense.

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  14. Caitlin says:

    I just finished reading all your episode reviews in a matter of about a week. While I find it totally hilarious and nostalgic, my brain hurts now.

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    • The Venerable Bede says:

      Haha, yeah, I’ve been flying through these for a week now (well, starting with season 2, episode 6–I had read all the previous episode reviews almost 2 years ago when I first discovered the blog) and my brain hurts as well. But I’ve convinced myself that I can’t finish writing my grad application essays until I get caught up on this damn blog, so I must persevere!

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  15. Tess says:

    Jesse had no job, yeah
    I know it’s always been a good gig for him
    But lately something’s changed, now it’s sink or swim
    Jessie’s got himself a job, and he wants to get an in

    And we’re listenin’ to him with our ears
    And he’s a DJ on the air, I just know it
    Yeah ‘n’ he’s runnin’ a bar and grille
    Late, late at night

    You know, I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    Where can I find a gig like that?

    He’d never work all day
    But then his band finally found a way
    You know, he felt so bad, when Joey was his radio host
    He opened up a restaurant out there on the west coast

    And we’re listenin’ to him with our ears
    And he’s a DJ on the air, I just know it
    Yeah ‘n’ he’s runnin’ a bar and grille
    Late, late at night

    You know, I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    Where can I find a gig like that?

    He’s lookin’ in the mirror all the time
    Ignoring his responsibilities, never funny
    A corny fool, in a bind
    That’s not how employment works for me!

    Tell me, where can I find a Gig like that?

    You know, I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    I wish that I had Uncle Jesse’s Jobs
    Where can I find a gig like that?

    Where can I find a gig like that
    Like Jesse’s Jobs?
    I wish that I had Jesse’s Jobs!
    I want, I want Jesse’s Jobs!

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  16. Bridget says:

    I have read “It” by Stephen King and I thought Tim Curry gave a wonderful, chilling performance as Pennywise and he was how I pictured him. I do remember the monster eating Eddie’s arm and maybe Michelle is so evil she could be Pennywise’s assistant or something. Off topic—great rendering of “Jesse’s Girl” with jobs instead of girl.

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  17. jbeeee says:

    PS Is Jungle Jenny the same actress who played Mrs Poole?

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  18. Bridget says:

    Yes, she did play Mrs. Poole and I will look it up to make sure. Jodie Sweetin played her niece Pamela on one episode pre “Full House.”

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  19. Bridget says:

    Yep, that was her!

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  20. Ryan says:

    Is it just me, or did anyone else notice that Aaron Baily kid in the screenshot where all of the kids are attacking Joey? The kid in the overalls?

    Or am I seeing things?

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  21. Bridget says:

    Can’t wait for Jesse and his night school class and the teacher he had before and now can see what kind of an idiot Jesse is. His older sister Pam got her brains from their mom, Irene and Jesse got his apparent lack of brain power from their dad, Nick.

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  22. Ruby says:

    This made me think of all the broken relationships I’ve ever known… one moment, you’re getting along, the next you’re fighting and breaking up “but not before things escalate to the point where they are exchanging the hurtful names “Dippity-doo head” and “Bullwinkle-brain.”

    Seriously – this was one of your best reviews yet. Also, the screencap of DJ and Steve fighting made me shiver when I saw Stephanie crouching like a ninja in the corner of the frame.

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  23. Ericka says:

    What the hell are those pictures in Joey’s room!?

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    • jbeeee says:

      I see some hockey posters, but not sure about the rest. Is that a cariacture portrait of him? Weird.

      Also, why is his bedspread as ugly as all his sweaters? And it looks like it’s a single…double at best mattress. Not planning on getting any action, Joey?? ha ha. He sucks.

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  24. The Venerable Bede says:

    Minor proofreading note (I hope this doesn’t come across as dick-ish):

    “Becky suggests that Stephanie writes about something she knows” –> “suggests that Stephanie write”

    The phrase “suggest that” is always followed by the subjunctive, which in this case is “write.”

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  25. The Venerable Bede says:

    “Joey complains to Mr. Strowbridge, who explains that Jungle Jenny’s his wife ”

    Sounds like Danny isn’t the only one who uses his position to get jobs for his friends and family! Maybe he learned that trick from Mr. Stowbridge?

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    • williec29 says:

      I think it would be better if they had budget cuts on the Wake Up, San Francisco show and Danny lost his job. That’d be funny.

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  26. Dawn says:

    Ok 1st Joeys comforter set must’ve been pretty popular or really cheap during 90s Doesn’t Zack Morris from SBtBell have the same 1? ALSO I mentioned this before But What’s with Jesses pants! Is he going commando? Call me a perve but he’s sporting the biggest MEAT CLEAVAGE ever! You can totally tell the man dresses to the right LOL I personally don’t mind but isn’t this show supposed to b wholesome family fun-what happened to his leapord or love me tender undies-he seriously needs to put those on WHOA BABY LOL

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  27. williec29 says:

    I think that it’s awful convenient that Joey loses his job the same time he can just jump into another one. Wouldn’t it be the Full House way if Joey just sat around at the house doing nothing for a couple of years being an out of work comic again? Also, they just got rid of Jesse because of budget cuts on the Ranger Joe show. I like how they didn’t know about these budget cuts until a little later. Jesse did one show. Is it going to be the Jungle Jenny show now? Didn’t this show win an award? Isn’t it somehow popular? Seems awful neglectful that the boss would just let this show go all to heck because his wife wants a hobby. Ugh.

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  28. Sami says:

    Edie McClurg! She’s in everything and the world is awesome for it.

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    • williec29 says:

      Edie McClurg was the secretary in Ferris Buehler’s Day Off. She was the best choice!

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      • Matthew Flores says:

        She was also in a few other John Hughes movies such as Mr. Mom, Planes Trains And Automobiles, Curly Sue and She’s Having A Baby. She was also in Brian DePalma’s 1976 adaptation of Stephen King’s Carrie.

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  29. tinkerbeth says:

    FUCK THIS SHOW! If Stephanie is creative enough to write a fake love letter and hide it in DJ’s notebook for Steve to find in order to inspire a plot for her story, why isn’t she creative enough to come up with a DAMNED PLOT FOR THE STORY? Didn’t she do more work by coming up with that asinine idea, making up the stupid letter, and then writing what happened? I can’t even with this utter half-assed nonsense.

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  30. LORIMAR-Telepictures says:

    There’s a poster of Billy Ocean’s “Suddenly,” in the background. Right below Heart’s “Dog and Butterfly” album.

    I thought that KFLH was supposed to be a legacy rock station. No?

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  31. Lila says:

    I remembered loving this show as a kid, and started watching them again. Right around the same time I started reading your blog. I know I’m many years late but after every episode I watch I read your reviews, and they rock.

    Anyways, I didn’t notice until this episode that the end credits now have pictures instead of scenery of Sans Francisco. And none of the pictures are nearly as good as your screenshots!

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  32. Stacy Hirsh says:

    The part where you wrote “then Steve manages to convince her that he doesn’t actually want to bang Kathie Santoni so they get back to studying” was so hilarious! 😀

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  33. susie38 says:

    Didn’t Joey say something about Jesse’s Elvis underwear and then Jesse says they have “love me tender” written on the back? Also, how does Joey know about them?

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  34. verticalman says:

    Matthew Flores says:

    She was also in a few other John Hughes movies such as Mr. Mom, Planes Trains And Automobiles, Curly Sue and She’s Having A Baby.

    You mean Cheese Half Ink a Baby?

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