Full House - Season 8

Full House - Season 8

Bob Saget
Bob Saget
Bob Saget
Bob Saget
Director: James O'Keefe, Joel Zwick, John Tracy
Cast: Bob Saget
James O'Keefe, Joel Zwick, John Tracy,

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Season eight of Full House was supposed to have been the occasion that one of the two Olsen twins (Ashley and Mary-Kate) was to take over the role of Michelle Tanner, youngest daughter of San Francisco TV host Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), on a full-time basis. Previously, both girls had shared the role, but now the time had come for one girl to remain and another to leave the series. But thanks to the intervention of co-star John Stamos (who played Danny's brother-in-law, Jesse Katsopolis), both Olsen girls continued alternating in the role of Michelle -- and both were given special billing at the beginning of each episode. This was the major event of Full House's eighth and final network season, though there were plenty of other highlights. In the season opener, rock-star wannabe Jesse is unceremoniously fired by his own back-up band -- and later replaced by Brady Bunch regular Barry Williams. Also, Jesse's twin children, Nicky and Alex (Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit), are poised to begin pre-school, provided their over protective parents allowed this rite of passage. Danny continues fretting over his oldest daughter D.J. (Candace Cameron) and her choice of dates, notably the well-named Viper (David Lipper); meanwhile, middle daughter Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) is just as boy-crazy, at one point auditioning for the lead role in a school play in hopes of getting her handsome co-star to kiss her on-stage. On a more serious note, D.J. and her friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber) are crestfallen when they aren't accepted by the college of their choice; the audience learns for the first time what caused the death of Danny's wife, Pam; and in the two-episode series finale, Michelle suffers a serious injury which causes her to lose her memory. This final predicament, is, however, resolved long before the episode's warmhearted and sentimental fadeout, in which the cast bids an affectionate goodbye to Full House's legions of fans.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/06/2007
UPC: 0085391114772
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 9:14:00
Sales rank: 8,577

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Saget Actor
Amzie Strickland Edna
Blake McIver Ewing Derek
David Bennett Party Nerd
Frankie Valli Himself
Jason Marsden Nelson,Nelson Burkhard
John del Regno Jocko
John Stamos Actor
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Himself
Kathryn Zaremba Lisa,Lisa Leeper
Kathy Kinney Norma Bedrosian
Marla Sokoloff Gia
Melissa Clayton Melissa
Mickey Rooney Mr. Dreghorn
Oliver Clark Principal Robolard
Richard Paul Mr. Strowbridge
Robert Bennett Donkey Man
Tahj Mowry Teddy
Will Estes Andrew
Adam Abdul-Jabbar Himself
Andrea Abbate Claire
Andrew Keegan Ryan
Bonnie Urseth Miss Suzie
Bren McKinley Regina
Brian Kale Salesman
Bruce Gold Phil Blankman
Dave Coulier Actor
David Lipper Viper
Jeff Juday Frat President
Jim Warren Stage Manager
Kevin Connors Bobby
Lanny Cordola Lanny
Miko Hughes Aaron,Aaron Bailey
Scott Menville Duane
Scott Whyte Jason
Shannon Cochran Morgan
Andrea Walker Claire
Bridgette Cameron Photographer
Christopher Ripple Preschool Boy
David Stenstrom Security Guard
Ebick Pizzadili Elizabeth
Gary Thomas Griffin Gary
Alan James Barry
Lisa Dinkins Med Tech
Marcia Wallace Mrs. Carruthers
Olivia Mandel Party Guest
Scott Weinger Steve Hale
Ted Andreadis Mongo
Wesley Mann Waiter
Barry Williams Himself
Biff Manard Cowpoke
Francesco Valli Kid at Playground
Jamie Zwick Track Member
Jim Hudson Minister
Maureen McVerry Ms. Ullman
Roger Lodge Roger
Susan Vinciotti Yvette
Tyrees Allen Doctor
Allison Kristman Riding Instructor
Andre Rosey Brown Weeb
David Ruprecht TV Announcer
Frank Bruynbroek Jacques
Hilary Zwick Hallway Friend
Jimm Giannini Seedy Man

Technical Credits
James O'Keefe Director
Joel Zwick Director
John Tracy Director
Tom Rickard Director

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