Full House

Season 6 Episode 9

Nice Guys Finish First

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 24, 1992 on ABC
8.7
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Episode Summary

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Joey faces an old rival in a charity hockey game.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • I like the ending.

    10
    This is my favorite episode.It's a episode of joy.Joey is going to play in a charity hockey game.But a old enemy Stonewall is going to be the goalie for the other team.When Joey was in high school he was about to score the winning goal for his team.But stonewall saved the shot and Joeys team lost.Now Joey was looking for pay back.But Michelle was getting scared of Joey's anger level.So Joey tried not to get angry.But he wasn't playing in well in the hockey game.So Michelle let Joey be angry.Joey started to play really well.the game was in a 4-4 tie.But Joey had a chance to give his team the victory.On a penalty shot.he shot and scored.His team won.Take that stonewall.moreless
  • Pucks away

    7.7
    I thought this was a good episode because it showed how some people can hold a grudge or hold something like winning a game or loosing a game. I don't think Michelle was old enough to go to a hockey game the concept of the game. So when she sees Joey playing like he should play. Michelle gets scared.
John Stamos

John Stamos

Jesse Katsoplis

Bob Saget

Bob Saget

Daniel Ernest "Danny" Tanner

Dave Coulier

Dave Coulier

Joseph Alvin "Joey" Gladstone

Lori Loughlin

Lori Loughlin

Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis (reccurring Season 2,1989-1995)

Candace Cameron

Candace Cameron

Donna Jo Margaret "D.J." Tanner

Jodie Sweetin

Jodie Sweetin

Stephanie Judith Tanner

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Why can't Jesse and Rebecca take the twins to the hockey game rather than leave them to a terrible babysitter like Kimmy?!

    • Goof: During the ice-skating scene, in one scene, you see Jesse's pants zipper undone, but in all the other scenes, his zipper was up.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Joey: Okay. I've had it. This has been eatin' me up inside for too long! Binkley, Saturday afternoon, this is you!
      (he snaps a hockey stick in half, but for some strange reason, Binkley laughs a bit and leaves)

    • Jesse: Go get him, Joey!
      Rebecca: This shot is for all the marbles. If Gladstone scores, his team wins. It all comes down to this.
      Jesse: This... is what it all comes down to.

    • Rebecca: Need some help with the play-by-play?
      Jesse: From you?
      Rebecca: Come on, Jess, you don't even know what color the blue line is?
      Jesse: I do, too. It's blue, right?

    • Rebecca: You know, everyone has their own way of dealing with things and Joey's not the confrontational type, and we should respect that. Like last night at dinner, when you got that bug in your salad, you didn't care. You just went on eating.
      Joey: Bug? I thought it was a bacon bit.

    • Jesse: I don't get you, Joey. If I were you, I'd wipe the ice with that punk.
      Joey: Okay, I'll admit it. I don't want to face Binkley again. When I was in college, he embarrassed me in front of all my friends and my family. I don't need to go through that again.

    • Danny: Michelle, there is no such thing as a Norwegian Goat Boy. It's just a man dressed up in a suit, like on Halloween.
      Michelle: You mean the Goat Boy's coming here to trick-or-treat???
      Stephanie: Dad, let me take a crack at this. Michelle, the Goat Boy can never get out of Norway.
      Michelle: Why not?
      Stephanie: Well, because...he can never get through the metal detector after eating all those tin cans.
      Michelle: Oh. Why didn't you tell me that in the first place?

    • Danny: Hey, Binkley, is your life so pathetic and empty that you have to live in the past?
      Binkley: Well...yeah. That's why I was looking forward to humiliating Gladstone again. I could live off that for another 15 years.

    • Binkley: What happened was I stopped your shot. I won the game. I was a hero. You were a bum. I gotta tell ya, I am looking forward to humiliating you all over again.
      Jesse: Ho-ho-ho-hold it, Stonehead.
      Binkley: Stonewall.
      Jesse: Whatever. Listen, you don't just waltz in here and make fun of my pal here. You know who you're dealin' with.
      Binkley: This guy do all this talkin' for ya, Gladstone?
      Jesse: No, I don't do all this talkin' for him. Do I, Joey? Uh, maybe a word here and there. Yeah.
      Binkley: Y'know, Gladstone, you have always been pathetic.
      Jesse: Oh, yeah. You think he was pathetic back then, y'oughta see my boy now!

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