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Actors: John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin Rating: Unrated Features: Full Screen, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, Subtitled, NTSC Running Time: 609 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Release Date: December 12, 2006 Theatrical Release Date: September 22, 1987 Studio: Warner Home Video
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There are two new additions to the Tanner family and tons of laughs! Join the Tanners once again for another hilarious season of Full House. Watch as Danny is bachelor of the month, DJ learns how to drive, Michelle turns five, Stephanie moves into the bathroom and Becky and Jesse have twins! Don't miss the latest antics of the Tanners in the complete fifth season for the first time ever on DVD!
The fifth season marks several firsts for the Full House gang. In the pilot "Double Trouble", Michelle Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen starts kindergarten, D.J. Candace Cameron enters high school, and Jesse John Stamos and Becky Lori Loughlin find out they're having twins. Then, after D.J. gets her own room, Michelle and Stephanie Jodie Sweetin, now in fourth grade, become roommates. After the twins are born two-part episode "Happy Birthday, Babies", the Tanner household expands to nine--10 if you count D.J.'s best buddy, Kimmy Andrea Barber, who practically lives in the spacious townhouse--11 if you count family pooch Comet.
There are other firsts. In "Easy Rider," Michelle learns to ride a bike and in "Driving Miss D.J.," D.J. gets her learner's permit. In one respect, year five represents a return to the show's roots as the ad agency is no more. Jesse is fronting a band again, while Joey Dave Coulier has returned to stand-up, a development that leads to a dream gig in "The Legend of Ranger Joe." Other episodes of interest include "Gotta Dance," in which Danny imagines Stephanie on Broadway the whole family sings and dances along, and "Play It Again, Jesse," in which Danny's new relationship resembles a certain classic film with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Guest stars include June Lockhart "Matchmaker Michelle", Whitman Mayo "The Volunteer", and Mike Love and Bruce Johnston from the Beach Boys season finale "Captain Video". With Barber now a regular, the new recurring character is Michelle's pal, Teddy Tahj Mowry, future star of the WB comedy Smart Guy. --Kathleen C. Fennessy