Full House

Season 6 Episode 3

Road to Tokyo

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 06, 1992 on ABC
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Episode Summary


Jesse travels to Japan.

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  • Jessie's road to Tokyo

    Who played Koji & Nancy from fat fish music in Tokyo ? I can't find their names on the cast of full house list.
  • See what happens when Jesse tours Japan in this episode.

    When Jesse's song went up to Number 1 in Japan, Jesse, Becky, and the twins went to Japan. Becky wanted to go sightseeing to know about Japan, but Jesse was really busy throughout the entire visit. Meanwhile, in San Francisco, Joey "deliberately tried to start dumb arguments" with Danny about many stupid things, like about Brussels sprouts, and Michelle tried to dig a hole through the ground to get to Japan. And in Japan, Jesse's visit went well until the people there wanted Jesse to tour Asia for a whole year, which made Becky got mad because they didn't have time to tour Asia for one whole year.

    Overall, this episode is another great episode, because it's pretty informative, and it has a great storyline.moreless
  • Jesse and the Rippers say, "Greetings from Tokyo!"

    This was a great episode of Full House as usual. Here is a summary of exactly what happened: Fat Fish Records calls Jesse and tells him that "Forever" has reached #1 in Japan. Fat Fish records wants Jesse to go to Japan for two weeks, and Jesse takes Becky, Nicky, and Alex with him. Once Jesse sets foot in Japan, he starts letting the whole experience go to his head, and when Becky tries to bring Jesse to his senses, Jesse accuses Becky of trying to ruin his dream of succeeding in the music business. Becky tells Jesse that she does want his dream to come true, and that he can't forget about his family, and Jesse realizes that Becky is right. If he can't be with his family, then Jesse doesn't want to hava all the fame because he loves his wife and kids so much. Meanwhile, Kimmy has been nominated for class president by the "Party Hearty" party. For the school newspaper, D.J. writes an editorial about the election, and she's afraid it'll damage Kimmy's chances of being elected, but it doesn't. It actually makes it better and Kimmy is elected class president. This was a great episode and I hope to watch it again soon. :)moreless
  • Jesse's head swells too big

    I disliked Jesse int his one, but yet, it's in keeping with his character. He's number one somewhere, and probably a lot of people would handle it the way he did. Meanwhile, Kimmy is running for class president, and shockingly, she wins! Oh, if we could have only heard some of those student council meeting. But, again, that's what good fanfiction is for. As my blog talks about (with other stuff I've also written.) I finally did write a story about that on fanfiction . net, called "The Making of A President."moreless
  • Can you say domo very much

    I thought this was a very revealing episode. Jesse is put into a postion of choosing his life long dream or his family. He makes the right decision in choosing his family. It was funny to see Jesse up on stage trying to preform in a different language. When the card holder drops the cards he just starts naming different cars. Well written episode.
John Stamos

John Stamos

Jesse Katsoplis

Bob Saget

Bob Saget

Daniel Ernest "Danny" Tanner

Lori Loughlin

Lori Loughlin

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

Candace Cameron

Candace Cameron

Donna Jo Margaret "D.J." Tanner

Jodie Sweetin

Jodie Sweetin

Stephanie Judith Tanner

Scott Weinger

Scott Weinger

Steven "Steve" Hale

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Koji teaches Jesse the wrong Japanese word for "Thank you". "Domo" only means "very much", whilst the REAL Japanese term for "Thank you" is "Arigato"!!!

  • QUOTES (9)

    • (after Koji accidentally drops Jesse's cue cards during the concert)
      Jesse: Koji, get the cards up. Japanese is not my second language!

    • Michelle: Uncle Jesse, you're home! (runs to him, knocks him over, gives him a big hug and kiss)
      Jesse: I missed you.
      Michelle: I missed you. You were gone a really long time.
      Jesse: Yeah, well, I was going to be gone a really, really long time. They wanted me to stay for a year.
      Michelle: I wouldn't like that.
      Jesse: Me neither. So Becky and I got together, and we asked ourselves a question. Where is the best place in the world to raise Nicky and Alex?
      Michelle: Right here!
      Jesse: You are correct, sire. And who is the greatest, ice-cream loving munchkin cousin they can possibly have?
      Michelle: That's me again!
      Jesse: You're on a roll.
      Michelle: This is unbelievable!
      Jesse: Come on, kid, let's go get some of that Rocky Road, huh?
      Michelle: I'm glad you're home, Uncle Jesse.
      Jesse: Me too, Shorty.

    • Jesse: I'm sorry, sweetheart. I mean, this whole thing went to my head. If I don't have the respect of my family, then I don't want any of this. Okay? Forget about this whole tour. Koji, please call the limousine for me.
      Rebecca: Oh, no, no, Jess, don't do that. Don't throw it all away. You've worked very hard for your success. You should be proud of yourself. I know that I am. You just lost touch with yourself and the rest of the planet.

    • Jesse: Becky, what has gotten into you--and when did you learn to yell in Japanese?
      Rebecca: I've had a lot of time on my hands.
      Jesse: That was the press that you just kicked outta here!
      Rebecca: Jesse, I don't care! You just agreed to tour for a whole year without so much as asking me what I thought.
      Jesse: Well, we'll have fun, just like we've been havin'.
      Rebecca: Oh, yeah, Jess, it's been a blast. Eating without you, sightseeing without you, kissing the kids good-night without you. Yesterday, Nicky called the limo driver "Daddy-san".
      Jesse: Well, we do have a similar hair thing goin' on.

    • Jesse: I promise I'll write you every day from Japan. (Michelle is still mad) Okay, I'll call. (still mad) I'll bring back presents.
      Michelle: Have a nice trip!

    • Michelle: How far is Japan?
      Stephanie: Far, Michelle. Thousands and thousands of miles.
      Michelle: How far's a mile?
      Stephanie: 5,280 feet.
      Michelle: Wow, that's a lot of feet. How many toes is it?
      Stephanie: Michelle, Japan's all the way on the other side of the world.
      Michelle: Well, then, how am I gonna get there?
      Stephanie: I don't care! Just dig a hole in the earth, and come out on the other side.
      Michelle: Oh. Thank you. Was that so hard?

    • Rebecca: What has happened to you?
      Jesse: Well, in case you haven't noticed, my dream is finally comin' true. I mean, look at this place. Look how they treat me here. I have banners and balloons and fruit baskets. Look at these fruit baskets. Becky, I've become a star. Why you tryin' to ruin it for me?
      Rebecca: That's it. I don't even know you anymore. Have a great time with your fruit basket.
      Jesse: All right, I will. I love my fruit basket.

    • Rebecca: Jesse, what has happened to your priorities? I mean, it's like all of a sudden, you're family is way down on the list.
      Jesse: Oh, come on, Becky, you're overexaggerating. My family is #1 to me.
      Rebecca: Oh, really? Well, didn't you tell Michelle you'd write to her every day for the whole 2 weeks?
      Jesse: So I missed a few days.
      Rebecca: Try 13. And you said that you would call home on Wednesday.
      Jesse: I will call home on Wednesday.
      Rebecca: It's Friday.
      Jesse: The human calendar.

    • Jesse: Koji, I've been a real jerk.
      Koji: I wouldn't say that.
      Jesse: Aw, come on, man. I let this whole thing go to my head, and the most important thing in my life, I just let walk right out that door.
      Koji: Okay. You're a jerk.
      Jesse: You're right.
      Koji: Big jerk.
      Jesse: You're right, Koji.
      Koji: Major jerk!
      Jesse: All right, I got the point.

  • NOTES (1)


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