Full House

Season 4 Episode 2

Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Sep 28, 1990 on ABC

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  • My favorite show ever but this episode kills the whole thing..

    full house is my favorite show when i first saw the show i knew it was the best. its very cool. but this episode is not there best. spoilled little michelle makes me wanna just spank her. i mean i love her character but mary-kate and ashley do a really good job acting in this episode because it's just like them. they were EXCELLENT! this episode is for all spoilled little brats and i like it! its my personal favorite she should of got a bigger punishment but its all good. i love this episode and the show! good job!
  • See DJ and Stephanie get into trouble for what Michelle does.

    What can I say about this episode of Full House? Well, to me what I didn't like about it was how through the course of the half hour we get to see the guys cater to what ever Michelle wants to do, stay up late, hear her favorite night time song over and over again and basically watching what ever she wants without any consequences to her actions. Another thing that I didn't like about the episode was while DJ and Stephanie was working off a punshment by raking up the leaves in the backyard, Michelle came out and made a mess of their work, resulting in the older Tanner girls having their sister rake up her mess and then get blamed for what she did. Also, what piggybacks this little part of the story was how Michelle threw herself a pool party in the kitchen and Steph and DJ get blamed for it by Danny, the only upside was how Danny finally saw the light that his perfect little "Princess" of a daughter isn't perfect and is old enough to be punished for doing wrong. In all, this wasn't one of my favorite episodes of the show, but it was nice to see that Danny finds his youngest daughter to be old enough to be punished for her negative actions around the house.
  • Michelle threw herself a pool party

    This was an important episode because it was the first episode where Danny really had to face the fact that Michelle was not a baby anymore and is old enough to be punished when she has done something wrong. When the window got broke Danny went right to blaming DJ and Steph. It was funny when Danny was looking through the binoculars and Mr. Gibbler tells him to get a new hobby or he is gonna call the police.
  • I love this episode

    Michelle acts like a princess when she wants attention and so she does stuff to get her sisters D.J and Stephanie in trouble like starting pillow fights and going swimming in the kitchen when Danny blames it on D.J and Stephnie.Meanwhile Danny also tries ways to make Michelle go to sleep.When eveyone of the adults in the tanner house figure out that they treat her like a princess.When D.J and Stephanie are hanging out with Kimmy in their bedroom that`s when the trouble starts.Michelle comes and starts a pillow fight which cause D.J and Stephanie to get grounded when they end up not getting to watch the music awards.Meanwhile Jesse,Joey and Danny have problems with Michelle not going to sleep.Meanwhile Jesse sells his prized guitar to get an engagment ring for Becky.
  • A hilarious episode and it was amazing!

    Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor is a hilarious and awesome episode of Full House. It was so funny when Danny was looking at the Gibbler's house with binoculars and Mr. Gibbler said to get a new hobby or he's calling the police. Ha ha ha! Michelle starts a pillow fight and DJ breaks the window by accident, and Danny blames DJ. DJ and Steph are punished. Michelle brings the baby pool in the house and Michelle finally gets caught and gets punished. Michelle reminded me of my little 6 year old cousin in this episode and some other episodes, but especially in this one.
  • D.J. had to be punishing before - Here's proof from earlier episodes, & especially this one; including what's "canon" now on DVD, comment about her being "out of control' not there, as they admit D.J. had to have control.

    Children must start learning right from wrong and consequences of wrong actions at around 24 months or a bit more. The longer they wait, the wilder they get. But, someone beside sthe dad can do this.
    There's plenty of proof D.J. punished before - Michelle would have been a lot wilder long before this with no negative consequences at all. To wit:
    "Lust int he Dust" - she obeys D.J. when told to eat in her room, though she complains like many 3YOs would.
    "Bye Bye Birdie" she knows it's even possible for her to be a 'bad girl," which she might not otherwise.
    Teaser, Danny says he was a "bad boy" and Michelle says "go to your room." Also says it to Joey in "Mr. Egghead." Children mimic what adults say to them at that age more than to others.
    She would have had way more problems at preschool before this that would have made Danny act.

    Also, this episode has proof beside what they chose to do be editing out the notion of her being "out of control."
    Most importantly, when Michelle kicks the leaves over, D.J. tells her to rake them, she obeys right awaay. She would never have done this if she had never been taught to obey.
    Next, Danny knew the girls could stop her. If she was *that* out of control, they could *not* have stopped her.
    Michelle sneaks a peek to see if the coast is clear before entering the living room - if nobody ever made her go to bed she wouldn't need to do this. She knew D.J. could make her.
    Michelle asks if she's in big trouble just based on Danny's tone. It's more likely she'd only guess that if at least someone told her, and more likely she'd heard that tone from D.J.. Yes, Danny says it's her first punishment - from him. He wouldn't let D.J. call it punishment, because that's his job. Time along in a chair to think would be enforced, though, by D.J., as would revoked privileges. Not called punishment, but D.J. was the boss to Michelle. And, snd, D.J. just had to transition her over to Danny punishing her. Becasue she was out of control for the men, but not truly out of control for everyone.