Fall in Love with Full House with a heartfelt Valentine's marathon on February 13
Crushes, dates, and proposals are all in store with these romantic episodes!
Full House may be a show about family at its core, but that doesn't mean that there wasn't plenty of time to get lovey-dovey over the course of the series' eight-season run. Characters dated, broke up, got married, and even started families of their own!
Celebrate the season of love with MeTV with a Full House marathon this Sunday, February 13, starting at 12P | 11C! We've hand-picked some of the most romantic episodes of the series. Puppy love, teenage crushes, and proposals abound!
Fall in Love with Full House - February 13 at 12P | 11C
12P | 11C - "Jesse's Girl"
Jesse's dream girl turns into a nightmare when she stops dating him and starts dating Joey.
12:30P | 11:30C - "A Little Romance"
D.J. learns the ups and downs of romance while bachelors Joey and Jesse are auctioned off at a charity auction.
1P | 12C - "Little Shop of Sweaters"
D.J. and Stephanie become worried when they can't find enough money to replace a damaged Valentine's Day gift sweater. Meanwhile, Jesse has his first serious date with Rebecca, and Joey attends a Valentine's Day ball dressed as Popeye.
1:30P | 12:30C - "Stephanie Plays the Field"
Brett, Stephanie's new boyfriend, plays on the Little League baseball team opposing her team. She's the star pitcher, and when he asks her to cheat so that his team can win the game, Stephanie makes a tough decision.
2P | 1C - "The Wedding, Part 1"
Wanting one last adventure before marriage, Jesse goes skydiving on his wedding day. Unfortunately, he lands in a tree and can't get down.
2:30P | 1:30C - "The Wedding, Part 2"
Jesse is late for his wedding - because he's in jail.
3P | 2C - "Lovers and Other Tanners"
Danny thinks that D.J. spends too much time with her boyfriend, Steve. She neglects her schoolwork and family responsibilities. But he learns to understand her feelings of love for Steve when he realizes he loves Vicky.
3:30P | 2:30C - "The Heartbreak Kid"
When D.J.'s boyfriend, Steve, gives Michelle a valentine, Michelle takes it seriously and starts making wedding plans.
4P | 3C - "The House Meets the Mouse, Part 1"
The entire household visits Disney World when Jesse is invited there to give a concert. Aladdin makes Michelle the new "Princess of the Day," and now she is the boss for the day. Danny tries to propose marriage to Vicky.
4:30P | 3:30C - "The House Meets the Mouse, Part 2"
At Disney World, the family searches the entire park for Michelle; Danny proposes to Vicky; and after quarreling, Jesse and Rebecca reunite. Michelle gives Stephanie her crown so Stephanie can be the princess in the parade.
5P | 4C - "Prom Night"
It's D.J.'s prom night, and the evening is going well until Steve and his ex-girlfriend are elected King and Queen of the prom.
5:30P | 4:30C - "Dateless in San Francisco"
Michelle gets a boyfriend for Valentine's Day, while Joey gets a secret admirer. When Jesse helps Danny plan an elaborate date with Claire, Rebecca feels neglected.
Catch Full House every Sunday on MeTV at its regular time of 2P | 1C!
Also, like another commenter suggested, Howard Hesseman deserved more than just two WKRP episodes last Sunday (and the two that were aired were not very good; in those, Johnny Fever was not his usual self).
Full House is probably to widen their target audience. They have and do broadcast programs that aired in the 80's:
Past: Laverne and Shirley, WKRP in Cincinnati, and other shows.
Present: The Love Boat, Happy Days, M*A*S*H.
It's more that some viewers don't like certain programs. If they don't like it, don't watch it.
Hey Me-Tv prog manager - how about LOVE American Style? (I know the networks get whats left in the Blockbuster dumpster)
I'll supply the bourbon AND coffee - each has to supply their own air sick bags
I can see in my crystal ball that the network rating Me-Tv will drop like 1929
I've never seen any other commercial done like that. But it didn't last very long. Strangely. Somebody (in the gov't) must've hated it enough to give it the ax. My guess is, they didn't want to started giving busy-bodies any ideas about how to counter the suggestions. And then the whole point would've been lost for trying to help them. It was way too distracting (is my hunch).