12 Most Memorable Episodes Of Full House

  
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It’s nearly impossible to qualify and classify the greatest episodes of Full House because there were just too many to count! But that doesn’t mean we’re not going to try! Today we’re going to take a little jaunt down nostalgia lane, so here are the 12 greatest episodes of Full House with plenty of honorable mentions within the mix!

12. Luck Be A Lady: Parts 1 and 2

“Luck Be a Lady” was a two-part episode bringing the second season to a conclusion. This episode was evidence of the show actually hitting its stride. Full House was almost cancelled after one season–the story seemed to be all over the place. With the introduction of Lori Loughlin as Rebecca Donaldson, and the subsequent romance between she and John Stamos (Jesse Cochran/Katsopolis), the show finally had some through-line, and a thread that was engaging to a wider demographic. “Luck Be a Lady” saw the gang travel to Lake Tahoe, and provide a delightful comedy of errors including children gambling, love triangles and a hoped-for elopement between Jesse and Becky. Of course, D.J. and Stephanie played detective, and blew the cover on the secret wedding plans. Eventually, Becky decided against it, and really left things in the air for Season 3.

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11. Honey, I Broke The House

Jumping into Season 3, we enjoyed a recurring theme when Stephanie accidentally trashed Joey’s classic ride, by driving it through the house. This followed Danny’s classic car being trashed in Season 1, and Jesse’s red, Ford Mustang convertible being gouged in Season 5 in the episode “Driving Miss D.J.” Basically, every male adult on this show owned a classic car at some point, and once it was revealed, it was trashed in the following scene. The best thing about “Honey, I Broke The House,” was the pure enjoyment Stephanie took in playing “driver,” while in Joey’s car. Yes, Joey was a noob for leaving the keys in the ignition, and parking the car in the backyard. But to see the repeated reactions to the car in the kitchen…? It was Full House at its best. “There’s a car in the kitchen!”

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