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Dylan and Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit are also not appearing in this reunion, although they were still toddler-age at the time.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are the only main cast members not appearing in this special.
The big orange rhino stuffed animal that the twins take from Michelle is the same Rigby doll that Michelle got in the Season 7 episode The Day of the Rhino.
Dave Coulier once said in a letter that the series was axed because ABC wanted to go in a new direction, away from family shows, for the time being. However, it has been highly speculated that John Stamos wasn't interested in returning for a ninth season, so the show was cancelled, depsite the fact that there was a possibility for a replacement actor.
In this episode, Danny didn't know who Ryan was at first, but he was able to point him out because someone called him by his first name. It's a little odd that Danny automatically assumed that was the exact same Ryan that stood up Stephanie. For all Danny knew, there could have been a hundred Ryans in that school.
Kimmy's pet ostrich Oscar is obviously a fake bird, though it is real in the show's script. You can easily tell that it is a puppet.
In the bedroom scene, Michelle is supposedly all hot and sweaty, and yet she's wearing long jeans.
This is the first episode where Dwayne says something other than "Whatever." The series finale is the only other time he experiments with more vocabulary.
If you look beyond the building when DJ and Kimmy are lifting the car, and when Uncle Jesse is hot wiring the car, if you look at the houses in the background, you can see the famous Victorian houses at Alamo Square, and it also looks like the Tanner family household, which in real life is located somewhere near Alamo Square in San Francisco.
To add to the fact that there is no door at the bottom of the basement, it almost looks as if they were trying to replace the door or redecorate the room and put up a wooden plank to cover it for the time being.
The lightning in this episode is poorly done unlike earlier episodes; it looks more like someone switching a white light on and off.
When Kimmy comes in the back door, you can see that there is no doorway at the bottom of the basement stairs
We learn that Joey still has high cholesterol, a fact we have known since season ones Sisterly Love.
When Danny and Joey are moving the keyboard, you can see the big, wound up cord. But Joey sets up the keyboard, he attatches it without plugging in the obviously neccesary cord.
The song Derek and Lisa sing is Don't Go Breaking My Heart, originally sung by Elton John and Kiki Dee. Notice that Joey is playing the piano and wearing a flashy hat and large glasses, something Elton John used to due when preforming.
Jesse was surprised at Kimmy's talent. However, he shouldn't have been since she was also in DJ's band in the season one episode But, Seriously Folks and he was impressed by her then.
This is not the first time Jesse has acted as a instructor/manager for one of his nieces' bands. Previously he helped DJ with her band in the season one episode But Seriously, Folks.
When Michelle and Teddy is writting Lennys name, you can see that it is Mary-Kate that is writting the name because she is left-handed.
If you notice when Jesse is shooting hoops by himself when Danny and Joey leave, you will see when Jesse misses, an arm in the corner of the screen roll the basketball back to Jesse.
If you notice the basketball when Comet makes the basket, it's a different ball. It's very shiny and lightweight. When Jesse asks for the ball after Comet makes his shot, it's a regular basketball.
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absent parent, child stars, feel good comedy, for the nostalgic, fresh faced teens