Full House

The Producer

Season 8, Ep 13, Aired 1/10/95
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  • Episode Description
  • Danny feels overshadowed by his co-host after Mr. Strowbridge promotes her to producer/co-host.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Wesley Mann

    Waiter

  • John Stamos

    Jesse Katsoplis

  • Bob Saget

    Daniel Ernest "Danny" Tanner

  • Bruce Gold

    Phil Blankman

  • Dave Coulier

    Joseph Alvin "Joey" Gladstone

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Great Episode!! I liked it a lot!

    By coaster41395, Mar 03, 2007

  • Yes boss

    By angelsxo, Aug 04, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • (the waiter serves dessert) Nicky: I want dessert! Alex: (pointing) Double dessert! Jesse: No, no, no, no, no, no. No, boys. No dessert. No dessert. Thank you, garcon. You finish your dinner, then you can have dessert. Nicky and Alex: (chant and bang their utensils) We want dessert! We want dessert! We want dessert! Rebecca: Nicky, Alex, behave yourselves! (the boys continue chanting as they lie on the ground and kick and bang their fists) D.J.: Everybody's staring at us. Stephanie: Just give 'em some dessert. Jesse: What lesson would they learn from that? Stephanie: If you embarass your family, you get dessert. Jesse: No. No. No. No. We're not gonna do that.

    • Danny: I'm not jealous. It just bugs me that she got promoted, and I didn't. (pause) That's "jealous", isn't it?

    • Joey: Danny, it's OK. Everybody gets jealous once in a while. You got jealous because Becky got a promotion before you did. I get jealous of people who have girlfriends...their own apartments...LIVES. Waiter, another flan, please!

    Notes (2)

    • First (and absolutely only) appearance of Phil Blankman, Rebecca's temporary co-host, who was apparently fired for constantly laughing out of turn during each show, and because Danny decided to return to the show.

    • Last appearance of Mr. Strowbridge.

    Trivia (1)

    • Why was the canned audience laughing when Rebecca showed the others her name under the producer's part of the credits? It's not funny.

    Allusions (1)

    • The title of this episode may be an allusion to the Mel Brooks movie (now turned play, turned movie) "The Producers."

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