Full House (Season 4)

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4.01 – Greek Week
(September 21, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Jeff Franklin

Jesse’s grandparents visit from Greece with some unexpected guests in tow.


4.02 – Crimes and Michelle’s Demeanor
(September 28, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Scott Spencer Gorden

When Michelle misbehaves, Danny is in denial, believing she is still too young to be punished.


4.03 – The I.Q. Man
(October 5, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Marc Warren, Dennis Rinsler

Jesse and Joey’s latest client asks them to compromise their morals while shooting a commercial.


4.04 – Slumber Party
(October 12, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Martie Cook

Stephanie feels left out when the Honeybees plan a mother-daughter sleepover.


4.05 – Good News, Bad News
(October 19, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Ellen Guylas

DJ becomes editor of the school newspaper and faces backlash when she appoints Kimmy to a position for which she is unqualified.


4.06 – A Pinch for a Pinch
(October 26, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Charles A. Pratt, Jr.

Jesse gives Michelle bad advice on how to handle a bully.


4.07 – Viva Las Joey
(November 2, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Marc Warren, Dennis Rinsler

Joey gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he’s asked to open for Wayne Newton in Las Vegas.


4.08 – Shape Up
(November 9, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Jeff Franklin

In light of Kimmy’s upcoming pool party, DJ begins a crash diet and overexerts herself exercising. When Stephanie notices the problem, DJ swears her to secrecy, but the secret is out when DJ collapses during a family outing to the gym.


4.09 – One Last Kiss
(November 16, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Leslie Ray, David Steven Simon

Jesse eagerly anticipates his high school reunion until an ex-girlfriend contacts him.


4.10 – Terror in Tanner Town
(November 23, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Boyd Hale

Danny’s new girlfriend introduces her mischievous son to the family.


4.11 – Secret Admirer
(December 7, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Ellen Guylas

The Tanners invite Cindy and Rusty over again for a backyard barbecue. Rusty writes a phony love letter which causes confusion as each member of the household reads it in turn, all believing it to be from a different person.


4.12 – Danny in Charge
(December 14, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Boyd Hale, Scott Spencer Gorden

When Joey and Jesse take a trip, Danny is alone in caring for the girls for the first time.


4.13 – Happy New Year
(December 28, 1990) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Jeff Franklin

Joey feels lonely when he can’t find a date for New Year’s Eve.


4.14 – Working Girl
(January 4, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Marc Warren, Dennis Rinsler

DJ’s grades suffer when she takes a part-time job.


4.15 – Ol’ Brown Eyes
(January 11, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Ellen Guylas, Boyd Hale

Danny feels uncool when DJ turns to Joey and Jesse instead of him.


4.16 – Stephanie Gets Framed
(January 25, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Doug McIntyre

Steve Urkel comes to town. He helps Stephanie deal with her new glasses, but when she takes all of Joey’s funny glasses and disrupts the class with them, she realizes she took it too far. Jesse is also having trouble deciding a best man for his wedding.


4.17 – A Fish Called Martin
(February 1, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Leslie Ray, David Steven Simon

Michelle gets a hard lesson in proper fish care when she gives her new goldfish, Martin, an actual bubble bath and things go belly-up. Meanwhile, Becky teaches the gang to square dance.


4.18 – The Wedding: Part 1
(February 8, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Jeff Franklin

Jesse gets cold feet on the eve of his marriage to Becky.


4.19 – The Wedding: Part 2
(February 15, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Jeff Franklin

Jesse’s attempt at skydiving makes him late for his own wedding.


4.20 – Fuller House
(February 22, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Leslie Ray, David Steven Simon

Michelle is upset when she learns that Jesse plans to move out of the house and into Becky’s apartment.


4.21 – The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang
(March 1, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Craig Heller, Guy Schulman

Jesse and Joey set about renovating the attic into a loft for newlyweds Jesse and Becky. DJ and Stephanie argue.


4.22 – Stephanie Plays the Field
(March 8, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Mark Fink

Stephanie joins a little league baseball team to be near a boy she likes.


4.23 – Joey Goes Hollywood
(March 29, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Leslie Ray, David Steven Simon

When Joey leaves for Los Angeles to begin filming his new television series with a prolific actor, the rest of the Tanner family decides to join him.


4.24 – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
(April 1, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Marc Warren, Dennis Rinsler

Becky enjoys bonding with her new niece DJ, but Becky must learn to be a disciplinarian when DJ takes advantage of her.


4.25 – The Graduates
(April 26, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Ellen Guylas

Danny dates a college student. At the same time, D.J. graduates from junior high and Michelle graduates from preschool. Stephanie feels left out of the graduation festivities, so the family tries to cheer her up by making a graduation ceremony for her.


4.26 – Rock the Cradle
(May 3, 1991) – Directed by: Joel Zwick • Written by: Boyd Hale

Becky discovers that she is pregnant, but has trouble breaking the news to Jesse.