Danny's job is requiring their employees have a short segment on their familes, and Danny gets to go first. But what happens when the director wants the Tanners to pretend to be a family that they are not, Danny takes over and directs it himself.
This episode was completely hysterical. From the monster to Veronica, it keeps you laughing the whole time. It also shows the Tanners as humans, not just the TV sitcom family they really are. Joey, Jesse, DJ, and Stephanie are all willing to play the roles of people who are very clearly NOT the real them at all for Danny, showing just how much they love him, and how much they are there for eachother. Then, Danny comes home and tells them all that he is proud of who they are and loves each of them for who they are, so as thankful as he is for what they were willing to do he wants to show the viewers the REAL Tanner family. This episode does a great job of showing them as a family.
this is a great episode in my opinion because it shows how when people are well known like a celebrity in any way,in this case a news reporter,reporters can sometimes twist the truth around to make your life seem more interesting.and to always be yourself no-matter what.i liked it the most when joey and jesse were dressing michelle for the documentry and joey accidently tied her hair ribbon around jesses finger,that was cute.
Not only did ABC try to make Jesse seem like the Fonz, they took an idea used on Happy Days and probably elsewhere before - though it was funny it wasn't original. In the Happy DAys one, it's Joaanie, the younger sister of Richie Cunningham, replaced by a dog. (And Richie's replaced by a younger boy, too.) Here, it's Michelle. Both had people who thought they knew everything about marketing - one for Mr. C.'s hardware store, one for the station promo - and both had fathers who finally showed what family was all about.
This is not just any dog Danny its a mans dog. This was a silly episode. First of all if Danny knew that the lady was coming why wasn't he home from the beginning? Also Ronnie was so totally obnoxious. I wanted to sting her up by her cue cards and hang her from the roof. She was a snob and the way she talked down to the girls in the beginning when she first walked in. The saving event in this episode was that Danny didn't go for the shananigans that Ronnie was trying to push. Danny stood up and acted like a man who was proud of who he and his family were.
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