Full House - The Complete Fourth Season

Full House - The Complete Fourth Season

Director: Joel Zwick Cast: Bob Saget, Andrea Barber, Cynthia Steele

DVD (Digi-Pak / Full Frame)

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Season four of Full House opens with a visit from the Greek grandparents of rock star wannabe Jesse Cochran (John Stamos). In fact, Jesse is center of attention in several episodes this season, notably when he and his longtime girlfriend, Becky Donaldson (Lori Loughlin), finally get married; and, in the season finale, when Becky's pregnancy test comes back positive. Additionally, Jesse decides to be true to his Greek roots, thus he reverts to his family name of Katsopolis. This doesn't mean that the series' other regulars are ignored. There is still plenty of time left over for widowed San Francisco TV personality Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his efforts to raise his three growing daughters: 13-year-old D.J. (Candace Cameron), eight-year-old Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin, who this season shows up with her new straight hairdo); and four-year-old Michelle (played by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). Also provided with ample screen time is Danny's best buddy, aspiring comedian Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), especially in the episodes wherein Joey reluctantly chaperones Stephanie's slumber party, and when he gets another "big break" as a regular on a TV sitcom starring former beach movie stalwarts Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. In other fourth season highlights, Wayne Newton guests in an episode set in Vegas; D.J. and Kimmy go to press with their school's newspaper; Danny tries to attend Michelle's birthday party, D.J.'s school play and Stephanie's science fair -- all at once; and in the "crossover" episode "Stephanie Gets Framed," Jaleel White shows up in his familiar Family Matters role as the geeky Urkel. Having ended its third season as the 22nd highest-rated network program in the U.S., Full House climbed to the number fourteen slot for season four.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/15/2006
UPC: 0012569755697
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 9:53:00
Sales rank: 1,176

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Saget Actor
Andrea Barber Kimmy Gibbler
Cynthia Steele Mrs. Claire
Dave Coulier Voice of Comet,Actor
Debra Sandlund Cindy
Jason Allen Bobby
John Stamos Actor
Jordan Christopher Michael Rusty
Lois Nettleton Nedra Donaldson
Mary-Kate Olsen Melina
Miko Hughes Aaron Bailey
Wayne Newton Himself
Andy Goldberg Jack
Annemarie McEvoy Kathy Santoni
Annette Funicello Herself
Annie Barker Lisa
Arlen Dean Snyder Col. Gladstone
Christian Guzek Jake Bitterman
Don Hood Kenneth Donaldson
Jack Kruschen Iorgos "Papouli" Katsopolis
James Clayton Home Plate Umpire
Ken Thorley Hammer
Lisa Melilli Girl in Class
Paul Willson Stu
Robyn Danny Ginger
Tasha Scott Julie
Britain Taylor Aerobics Instructor
Debbie Gregory Connie Anderson
Erika Eleniak Carrie Fowler
Frankie Avalon Himself
Hank Garrett Jerry
Jaleel White Steve Urkel
Jeannie Wilson Ms. Garland
Marquis Nunley Anthony
Mayah McCoy Melissa
Rosanne Katon Mrs. Manning
Sean Fox Brett Davis
Terry Little Announcer
Vera Lockwood Gina Katsopolis
Donna Lynn Leavy Mother
James Hampton Mr. Malatesta
Jennifer Gatti Elena
Mary Ann Pascal Chris
Micah Rowe Classmate
Michael John Nunes Howie Anderson
R. Todd Torok Mr. Davis
R.J. Williams Ricky
Randy Josselyn Ryan
Roger Lodge Roger
Shawn Southwick Herself
Troy Zuccoloto Bodybuilder
Bob Parlow Himself
D'Bora Loggins Mother #1
Jack Lightsy First Base Umpire
Jennifer Nash Kirsten
Josh Blake Sylvio Banalakis
Kieta Model
Yvette Nipar Christine

Technical Credits
Joel Zwick Director

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Full House - The Complete Fourth Season 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this season its a nice fun family show that just makes ya happy and the eposodes i quite enjoyed where Greek Week Good News Bad News Slumber Party Happy New Year Working Girl Secert Admirer A Fish Called Martin Stephanue Gets Framed The Wedding Part 2 The Hole In The Wale Gang Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and the Graduates hey i like em all love the fourth season of good old Full House! yay! Tanner Family Fun!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved watching this season. Its cool how Jesse and Becky finally get married, Michelle gets funnier lines, and Stephine gets her hair straightend. I love it and you would too! BUY THIS SEASON!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love this show. I loved this season. The girls get older. The show shows The girls father Danny, Danny's best friend Joey, Uncle Jesse, and Becky. I love every episode in this season. A comedy still filled with laughs. I recommed this dvd to anyone who is a fan of full house. You'll love it! Five stars to a wonderful show
Guest More than 1 year ago
season four of fullhouse is cool the girls get older Stephaine gets glasses DJ gets an afterschool job also an f on her science test Danny dates a 21 year old ditzy girl Jesse sees his ex girlfriend at his highschool reunion Rebeca and Jesse finally get married Michlle gives her pet fish a bubblebath and Becky tries to tell Jesse that she's pregant season 4 is cool
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was perhaps the best season of "Full House." However, while there are no extras, they did one thing that will please those who expect more realism in their TV. And it just took cutting out 1-2 sentences. No child who goes without punishment till almost 4 would be near as good as Michelle was. She's really well behaved in seasons 2 and 3 even though we only see 1% of the family's lives, even in that 1% she'd never have obeyed well. In fact, even in "Crimes and Michelle's Misdemenaor," she obeys D.J. like a perfect little lady when told to rake up the leaves she kicked over, she just takes the rake and starts, no complaint. She also senses just from Danny's tone that she's in "big trouble, mister" even before there's a hint from Danny that he's ready to start punishing her. Impossible if she'd never been punished, a child of 3.9 wouldn't make the connection unless she's been punished before. So, what do they take out? The notion that she's out of control. By making it canon that Jesse does not say she's out of control, they admit that this was just something Danny struggled with, and that D.J. must have been very much in control. This happens in single parent homes sometimes, especially with fathers they want to be the nurturer, not realizing the one who nurtures, the mother, also disciplines. Kudos to Warner Home Video for finding a way around this sticky problem by accepting that yes, someone had to be disciplining her. Danny just wouldn't let her call it punishment. (And it probably went from 1 minute per age timeout up to 5-6 minutes int he corner, a 67-100% increase.) If only they would explain how D.J. handled other stuff here and in season 6 when Danny does nothing. But, just this is a major step.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the show full house and I love every season. I recommend the whole series to every viewer. It is a wonderful experience. If you have kids this is a show to let them watch.