- Episode Description
After Rebecca's return to Wake Up, San Francisco, Vicky is to leave town after accepting a reporter job in Chicago.
- Cast & Crew
- Fan Reviews (1)
- Trivia & Quotes
Jesse: Yes, sir, what would you like to hear?
Guy: Watch my luggage while I go to the john.
Jesse: Who wrote that one? Gershwin? Hit me, Irv!
(Irv plays a rimshot)
George: Hey. I saw you on TV this morning.
Jesse: Really? Thank you.
George: You're Rebecca's husband, Jesse Donaldson.
Jesse: Katsopolis. Jesse Katsopolis.
George: Whatever. I'm George. It's nice to meet another house husband.
Jesse: I'm not a house husband. I'm a musician.
George: Yeah, I'm a screenwriter.
Jesse: Look, I'm just doin' this, 'cause my career's temporarily on hold. Okay?
George: Yeah. You know, I said the same thing to my wife when she went back to work. That was 4 years ago.
Jesse: So, for 4 years, all you've done is take care of kids in the house?
George: 'Course not. I mean, there's shopping and carpools, and my favorite soap, General Hospital. Listen, I gotta run. I'll see ya Thursday. Double Coupon Day. (leaves)
Jesse: If I could sleep Wednesday night.
Jesse: (shows the twins a smooth cantaloupe) Fellas, see this? This is what you're gonna look like if you don't start growin' hair.
Stephanie: Oh, no! I got mustard all over D.J.'s sweater! Michelle: She's gonna have a cow. Stephanie: Tell me something I don't know. Michelle: Yesterday, I dropped your toothbrush in the toilet.
Rebecca: Jess, I make more than enough money to support this family. Jesse: Yeah? Thanks for reminding me. Rebecca: What, you have a problem with me making a decent living? Jesse: No, I have a problem with me not making a decent living. Rebecca: Oh, I get it. This is all about you and your macho pride! Jesse: What pride? I don't have any pride! I'm gonna go get some pride. Say good-bye to "Mr. Donaldson!" (leaves)
Michelle should have removed two plates when D.J. and Kimmy say that they're off to the library and they'll catch fast food on the way home. Not just one.
Title Pun: From the famous line in Casablanca, "Play it again, Sam."