Full House

Season 5 Episode 6

The Legend of Ranger Joe

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 22, 1991 on ABC
8.7
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Joey feels that he has truly struck gold when his childhood icon Ranger Roy is in need of a replacement on his popular kiddie show.

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  • What goes up must come down

    9.1
    This is a comedy type one mught call the roller coaster - a whole bunch of good things happen then things go wrong to unravel them. It takes good writing to keep it from being cliche and they do a good job here of keeping it funny and entertaainin. it's great to see how Joey finallyg ets the job. Also, Stephanie clearly helps michelle at schools ome, still, b/c she herd her all day tapping - or at least part of the day - though they're in separate parts of the building and wouldn't share a lunch. Perhaps Miss Wiltrout, knowing Steph did a good job last time, calls for her again to calm Michelle down. It's quite likely.moreless
  • anger Joe

    8.3
    I liked this episode becase its a true display of murphy's law. First off Joey seems to have all the luck in the world but then it all turns around on him. The funniest part was when Joey sends a hug a gram to Rager Roy. We find out Roy is afraid of being touched. So the hug a gram was not a very smart idea. In the end however it always turns out okay Danny has to fill in for Roy while Roy is having a panic attack. Danny brings Joey out and After hiring then firing Joey Ranger Roy decides he would be good for the job.moreless
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

Mary-Kate Olsen

Mary-Kate Olsen

Michelle Elizabeth Tanner

Barney Martin

Barney Martin

Ranger Roy

Guest Star

Colleen Morris

Colleen Morris

Linda

Guest Star

Michael J. Shea

Michael J. Shea

Stage Manager

Guest Star

Tahj Mowry

Tahj Mowry

Teddy

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Jesse: You guys see what Comet dug up?
      Stephanie: Well, you know how dogs like to bury things.
      Jesse: In a plastic bag?
      Michelle: Stephanie Tanner, you should be ashamed of yourself.
      Stephanie: All right. I did it! And I'm glad! All day long, it's been "tea for 2". Tap-tap-tap! "Tea for 2". Tap-tap! I couldn't take it anymore!! It was either get rid of those tap shoes, or lose my mind!
      (she storms up the stairs)
      Michelle: Thank you for finding my shoes, Uncle Hermes.
      Jesse: You're welcome. (reacts) What'd you call me?
      Michelle: Uncle Hermes. That's your name.
      Jesse: Who told you my name was Hermes?
      D.J.: Grandma.
      Jesse: She's lyin'!
      Rebecca: Jess?
      Jesse: Okay. It's... Hermes.

    • Jesse: Hermes was not only the Greek God of Swiftness, but it's also my great-grandfather's name. I'll have you know, he saved the whole town from destruction when he raced a river of lava down a mountain barefoot. All right? He went to tell the whole town a volcano erupted. 'Course, no one was left in the town, 'cause who could miss a volcano erupting? But the point I'm tryin' to make here is the name Hermes is equated with strength, courage, and very hot feet. So now, who among you will make fun of a name so bold and so courageous as Hermes? Huh?!
      Rebecca: I'm sorry, honey.
      D.J.: We didn't realize the name meant so much to you.
      Jesse: Good.
      Michelle: Did you want me to call you Uncle Hermes?
      Jesse: (scoffs) No. What am I? Some kinda geek?

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