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Full House: The Complete Fifth Season

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  • Actors: Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin
  • Directors: Bill Petty, Jeff Franklin, Joel Zwick, Tom Rickard
  • Writers: Boyd Hale, David Pollock, Dennis Rinsler, Diana Ayers
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Dec 12 2006
  • Run Time: 609 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000IJ79VG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,787 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Vis on Feb. 4 2013
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I bought this for my 9 year old daughter. She loves watching it, as does everyone else in the household.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Justine Nadeau on Dec 17 2012
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Full house was one of the few wholesome shows on TV. Most problems fixed within the half hour show. A story of three girls who lost their mom and are raised by their dad, uncle as well as another male friend. Its cheesy, funny and lame at times but worth all the craziness to share with another generation. I bought all the seasons and it keeps Toddlers well entertained. The only draw back is constantly hearing the song in-between shows. However its nice to watch them grow up on all the seasons and it also teaches kids that not everyone has a Mommy and Daddy at home but every family has love for each-other no matter the day to day issues of growing up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Barb on Feb. 1 2012
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When the DVD arrived I immediately wrapped it for Christmas. On Christmas day we discovered that one of the discs would not play. I thought I`d never get a new one. Was I wrong.

I sent Amazon an email with my problem. They sent me an address label via email to put on the package to return the DVD free of charge and they immediately put a new one in the mail. It was only a week before the new one came. Then, when they received the damaged one, they emailled me to let me know they received it. I was very impressed. The new DVD works great and it is, as usual, quality viewing. We love Full House. Thank you very much Amazon!!!!!
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
~*~FuLl HoUsE~*~ Sept. 20 2006
By Annahhh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Full House is great! It's one of those shows you can watch over and over. Here is an insite on the episodes in this season.

1.Double Trouble

Becky and Jesse go to the doctor and find out that they're going to have more than one baby.

2.Matchmaker Michelle

(Will you marry my daddy?) Michelle sets out on a journey to find Danny a wife so she can have a mommy. Jesse tries to change the image of his band which takes a wild turn. The Tanners are stuck with Kimmy when a school project is for 2 people to switch houses for a day.

3.Take My Sister, Please

DJ makes a plea to the guys for her to get her own room. But the decision is almost overturned when Michelle decides she doesn't want to live with Stephanie either so Steph moves into the bathroom. Jesse tries to survive Becky`s pregnancy hormones. Jesse and Becky begin taking birthing classes.

4.Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Girl Gone

A girls reputation can be made or broken with one small lie. DJ finds this out the hard way when a boy she wouldn't kiss starts spreading rumors about her.

5.The King and I

Family should always come first. Jesse forgets this when gets wrapped up in trying to write a song. He looses his temper and doesn't join the family in their annual picnic.

6.The Legend of Ranger Joe

Tap shoes and bear hugs are the key in this episode. Michelle inherits a pair of tap shoes which she won't stop tapping in. And Joey is going for a job and when he gets it he sends a hug-a-gram to the man who hired him not knowing the guy is afraid to be touched.

7.The Volunteer

DJ befriends a elderly man in a nursing home that she volunteers at. When she brings him home he gets confused and DJ doesn't understand why.

8.Gotta Dance

Many times a child has a dream, but once they get into the process of fulfilling that dream it turns out its not what they want any longer as Steph learns in this episode.

9.Happy Birthday, Babies (1)

The Tanners remind Michelle just how special she is to them when anxiety sets in for Michelle because her baby book is now done when she turns 5.

10.Happy Birthday, Babies (2)

Dino (Also known as Danny) has to fill in for Jesse during Becky's labor as he is taken away for surgery himself. Feeling disappointed because everyone left her on her birthday for the birth of the twins, Michelle realizes that she isn't the baby anymore.

11.Nicky and/or Alexander

Does it make you a bad dad if you can't tell your twins apart? Taking the booties off the twins makes Jesse not able to tell Nicky and Alex apart.

12.Bachelor of the Month

Being (Bachelor of the Month) goes to Danny's head and has a negative effect on the Tanner household.

13.Easy Rider

("If at first you don't succeed try, try again") That is the lesson for Michelle when she it trying to learn to ride her bike without training wheels.

14.Sisters in Crime

DJ takes Stephanie and Michelle to the movies with her and Steve. She has Kimmy lie for her, and when they get sent home, has Stephanie and Michelle lie so she doesn't get in trouble.

15.Play It Again, Jess

Jesse has to learn the hard way that he and Becky are a team and no matter what they are in it for the long haul. Even if it means Jesse has to be a stay at home dad.


Stephanie freaks out when she sees Tommy Page at her birthday party. Too bad he likes DJ more.


Stephanie advances to the finals for best speller in her class. After she comes in second place, she challenges the winner to a rematch.

18.Too Much Monkey Business

Danny's sister shows up at the Tanner household with her pet monkey. Joey finds himself attracted to her but Danny isn't happy about the whole thing.

19.The Devil Made Me Do It

Michelle starts to learn that she cannot break the rules without some sort of consequence. This is hard for Michelle to understand so she runs away. Meanwhile, D.J. tries to help settle an argument between Kimmy and Stephanie.

20.Driving Miss D.J.

Teaching DJ to drive is no easy task for Danny. That means he has to face the fact that DJ is growing up. He's not quite ready to let go yet.

21.Yours, Mine and Ours

Nothing is more embarrassing to DJ then being seen out on a weekend night with her family. And the Tanners get plenty of exposure on this night out.

22.The Trouble with Danny

Danny finds out how the family feels about his cleaning obsession and has to take a hard look at his life.

23.Five's a Crowd

A drive in Movie isn't meant for a date and their 3 dads. This is what happened to DJ when she went on a date to a drive in. Jesse, Joey and Danny show up in the back seat of the van.

24.Girls Will Be Boys

Michelle feels left out because she is not one of the boys. Jesse is seen wearing a lumberjack outfit and DJ threatens to get back at Stephanie for eavesdropping.

25.Captain Video (1)

Sometimes selling a record recorded the wrong way is not worth selling. Jesse is stuck on his career path so the Beach Boys come over to the Tanners to see if they could help out.

26.Captain Video (2)

When Jesse turns down Fat Fish Records to record "Forever" as a fast dance number instead of a ballad he gets some help from a very special member of the Tanner family to make that choice.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Our DVD collections will continue with a high-quality 5th season! Sept. 14 2006
By MollyRK - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The impressive timing of these "Full House" DVD's have allowed a trio of seasons to be released within an eight-month time slot in the year 2006. Season 3 hit the stores in April 2006, then Season 4 quickly followed in August. Now, maintaining that solid four-month break in-between seasons, the fifth year of "Full House" episodes will be available for everyone to enjoy on December 12--just in time for the holidays!

There's no doubt that a very loyal fan base has accumulated in recent years to help make these DVD sets possible. Longtime viewers, who remember watching the show as kids, have matched up with today's young (and young at heart!) to establish "Full House" as everything it is: a lighthearted, warm, sweet occasionally cheesy but thoroughly entertaining show about what a healthy, happy American family can represent for contemporary society.

Season 5 finds the series at what is pretty much the top of its game, with episodes that are fresh, vibrant, and always fun to revisit. The birth of Jesse and Becky's twin boys is the most obvious highlight of this year, but there are plenty more special moments sprinkled all over the season that can be appealing to everyone. In addition to Joey getting a gig as "Ranger Joe" on a children's show and Jesse struggling to officially launch his music career and support his family, the rapid growth of the three Tanner girls opens up many new storylines. 16-year-old DJ gets her drivers' license, earns her own bedroom at last, and starts growing apart from her father (much to Danny's dismay). 10-year-old Stephanie gets in a heated spelling match with a brainiac classmate, falls head-over-heels for a famous singer, and trains to become a professional dancer (and yes, folks, this is the season where she infamously moves into the bathroom!) Then there's little Michelle who, when she's not running away from home (well, maybe just down the street) or dressing up as a boy, gets lonely for a mommy and attempts to set Danny up with her kindergarten teacher--who just happens to be twice his age!

Some special guests this season include The previously appearing Beach Boys and an adorable chimpanzee, among others. It is, without a doubt, one of "Full House's" finest seasons and worth adding to your collection if you are an avid fan. Now all that's left are Seasons 6-8, and with the incredible success the DVD sets have enjoyed thus far, I think it's safe to say we'll see the whole series within the next year!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By Lauren Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this show and am so excited about them all being released. I started watching this program when I was 11 years old and I am now 30. I still love it and it's great to watch them all again and see if from an adult point of view. I call Full House my comfort TV. If ever I am sick or down or whatever I can put Full House on and it makes me feel so much better.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Do You Have Any ...Wood? March 19 2007
By Mark Baker - Published on Amazon.com
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When last we saw the Tanner family, Becky (Lori Loughlin) had just discovered she was pregnant. As this season opens, she and Jesse (John Stamos) are in for another surprise, they're having twins! That's just the start of another fun filled season.

Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) enters kindergarten, makes a new best friend, Teddy (Tahj Mowry), and learns to ride a bike. D.J. (Candace Cameron) enters high school. Ready for her own room, she convinces the adults to let Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Michelle share a room. Meanwhile, she also starts to learn how to drive, much to her father's horror. Stephanie competes in a spelling bee and pursues more dance lessons. Joey (Dave Coulier) and Jesse break up their ad agency to focus on their comedy and music respectively, and Joey lands his dream job as the host of a kid's afternoon cartoon show. Danny (Bob Saget) finally makes bachelor of the month and it goes straight to his head. And neighbor Kimmy (Andrea Barber) gets promoted to the opening credits (finally) so she can annoy the family even more.

In addition to the previously mentioned Teddy, two other recurring characters are introduced this season. Danny meets potential love interest Vicki (Gail Edwards) when she fills in while Becky is on maternity leave. She's only in about six episodes here, but she does show up again in later seasons. Similarly, Steve (Scott Weinger) shows up as one of D.J.'s date of the week. For the next two years, he'd be her steady boyfriend.

And a fun trivia note. In the episode "The Devil Made Me Do it," Michelle is visited by her good and bad sides. That's right. We get a couple shots of three Michelle's on the screen at the same time. This is the only show I know that has two people playing one part that still needs to use special effects.

Even with five seasons under its belt, this show still delivers plenty of laughs and tender moments. With two to three stories in each episode, there's definitely something for everyone here, and usually in each episode. The actors know their characters and bring their best acting each week, making the situations seem real no matter how funny they may be.

This set is exactly like the last season set. We get 26 more episodes on four DVD's. The picture and sound quality are great, but there are no extras.

No, this isn't an example of "important" television. But it is fun and entertaining. And I love it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Full House 5 Dec 9 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Personally I think Full House is a great show. Today many shows are focused around sex and drugs but Full House is a clean show that everyone can enjoy. I own the first four seasons and love to watch reruns on ABC Family and Nick@Nite. Full House, fifth season, is a great Christmas present for any fan. I myself hope to find it under the tree on Christmas day! A MUST BUY!!

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