Character: D.J. Tanner
Created by: Jeff Franklin
Directed by: Joel Zwick, John Tracy, Bill Foster, Jeff Franklin, Tom Rickard, Peter Baldwin, Richard Correll, John Bowab, Lee Shallat Chemel, Howard Storm, James O'Keefe, Jack Shea, Don Barnhart, Tom Trbovich, Don Van Atta, Russ Petranto, Steve Zuckerman, Bill Petty
Written by: Jeff Franklin, Dennis Rinsler, Marc Warren, Ellen Guylas, Leonard Ripps, Kim Weiskopf, Tom Burkhard, Rob Dames, Tom Amundsen, Chuck Tatham, Jamie Tatham, Russell Marcus, Boyd Hale
Produced by: Dennis Rinsler, Don Van Atta, Leonard Ripps, Tom Amundsen, James O'Keefe, David Steven Simon
Cast Members: John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Jodie Sweetin, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Lori Loughlin, Andrea Barber, Scott Weinger, Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit
Released date: September 22, 1987
Episode(s) Number: Appeared in almost every episode
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Duration: 22 min
When Danny Tanner's wife dies, the San Francisco sportscaster gets support in the form of two new roommates: brother-in-law and party boy Jesse, and his stand-up comic friend, Joey. The duo helps out with raising the three Tanner daughters: D.J, Stephanie and Michelle.
– Candace Cameron Bure only did not appear in the sixth season episode “Subterranean Graduation Blues”.
– The show initially was going to have a ninth season. However, the ninth season was to be on the (then) new WB Network as an old, “classic” show to help launch the new network and lineup. John Stamos (Jesse) did not like how the show was being dropped from ABC, a top three network, and moving to a fledgling new network and announced that the eighth season would be his last. Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.) also planned on the eighth season as her last, doing sporadic guest appearances during the ninth season as her character D.J. came home to visit from college during the holidays, as Cameron in real life was planning on going to college after season eight. After these two announced their departures, the others decided that it was time to call it quits, and the writers decided the series had gone as far as it could go, and the eighth season on ABC (1994-1995) ended up being the final season for Full House (1987).
– Candace Cameron Bure’s sister, Bridgette, was her stand in.
– Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweedin are the only five actors to be credited in every seasons opening credits.
– Candace Cameron Bure met her future husband Valerie Bure while filming this series when the entire cast attended a hockey game where she first met him. According to an interview, it was an instant connection and she asked him out on a date. At the age of 20, Candace Cameron married Valerie Bure and to this day they are still married and have 3 kids together.
– Mr.Dog? Steph when you have a kid someday what are you going to name it? Mr.Baby?
– Cathy Santoni is a complete bimbo. She signed up for Shop Class cause she thought it was taught at the mall.