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Full House - The Complete Sixth Season


TITLE: FULL HOUSE - THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON


Info:

DVD Release Date: March 27, 2007 (Warner Home Video)
Color / 1992-93
MSRP: $29.98
Number of Discs: 4
Number of Episodes: 24
Running Time: 565 Minutes
Languages: English
Subtitles: None; Closed Captioned
Special Features: None


Introduction:

A trip to Disney World, a high school prom, an unexpected trip to New Zealand and a marriage proposal are just some of the hilarious situations the Tanner family find themselves in as FULL HOUSE - The Complete Sixth Season arrives on DVD!

ABC's long-running hit family sitcom stars Bob Saget as morning talk-show host and clean freak Danny Tanner. Along with his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos) and his best friend Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), Danny is attempting to raise his three daughters, DJ (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Michelle (Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen). Also living in the house is Rebecca Katsopolis (Lori Loughlin), Jesse's wife. Next-door neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) still raises heck and DJ has got a boyfriend, Steve Hale (Scott Weinger).


Memorable Episodes / Notable Guest Stars:

Some of the memorable episodes this season include "Come Fly with Me" in which DJ flies home from Spain and Stephanie and Michelle accidentally zoom off to New Zealand. "Educating Jesse" in which high school dropout Jesse realizes it is never too late to graduate. "Birthday Blues" is the one in which DJ forgets Kimmy's 16th birthday. "Be True To Your Pre-School" is the one in which Jesse tries to enroll the twins in a very selective pre-school. "The Heartbreak Kid" in which Michelle starts making wedding plans after Steve gives her a special Valentine cookie. "Silence Is Not Golden" in which a schoolmate tells Stephanie that his father beats him and swears her to silence. "Grand Gift Auto" is the one in which Joey gives DJ a red '77 Firebird ... that is stolen. "Prom Night" in which DJ thinks prom night is fun until Steve is elected Prom King - and his ex-girlfriend joins him as Prom Queen. "The House Meets the Mouse" Parts 1 and 2 in which the Tanners visit Disney World.

And the guest stars this season include Tahj Mowry, Edie McClurg (Hogan Family), Gail Edwards (recurring as Vicky), Mark-Linn Baker (Perfect Strangers), Jurnee Smolett (Cosby), Miko Hughes, Danielle Fishel (Boy Meets World), and Andrew Kavovit.


Packaging:

The set is slip-sleeve. It is light red and golden yellow in color and features the entire cast (minus Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger) on the cover. The back of the box features a nice description of the sitcom as well as three-color photographs.

The slip sleeve cases, front and back, list the episodes, and a brief description as well as what disc they are located on. Also featured are several photographs from the episodes themselves.

There are two slip-sleeve cases and each case holds two discs (which are all red in color). Inside the slip-sleeve, cases are photos of the entire cast. On the left hand side is DJ, Jesse, Danny, Kimmy, Michelle and Becky. On the right hand side is Steve, Stephanie and Joey. Disc 1 features ? and contains episodes 1-6. Disc 2 features Danny and contains episodes 7-12. Disc 3 features Joey and contains episodes 13-18. Disc 4 features Jesse and Becky and contains episodes 19-24.


Menu Design and Navigation:

The main menu starts up and features the logo on the left-hand side with the menu selections beneath it. On the right hand side is a great picture of the cast (same as used on the box art). The theme song, a shortened version (with lyrics), loops in the background. The two selections are "Play" which is the much-loved "Play All" option and "Episodes" which takes you to a sub-menu that lists the episodes on that particular disc.


Video and Audio Quality:

As usual, the video clarity is wonderful--bright and crisp colors and sharp audio. A very polished set, if I do say so myself. Episodes appear to be unedited, running around 23 minutes each. Chapter skips are of course available on each episode. The run-times of each episode follow:

DISC 1
1- Come Fly with Me (23:44)
2- The Long Goodbye (23:43)
3- Road to Tokyo (23:48)
4- Radio Days (23:43)
5- Lovers and Other Tanners (23:42)
6- Educating Jesse (23:41)

DISC 2
7- Trouble in Twin Town (23:43)
8- The Play's the Thing (23:42)
9- Nice Guys Finish First (23:43)
10- I'm Not D.J. (23:42)
11- Designing Mothers (23:42)
12- A Very Tanner Christmas (23:31)

DISC 3
13- The Dating Game (23:40)
14- Birthday Blues (23:40)
15- Be True to Your Pre-School (23:39)
16- The Heartbreak Kid (23:42)
17- Silence is Not Golden (23:22)
18- Please Don't Touch the Dinosaur (23:41)

DISC 4
19- Subterranean Graduation Blues (23:41)
20- Grand Gift Auto (23:41)
21- Room for One More? (23:41)
22- Prom Night (23:41)
23- The House Meets the Mouse, Part 1 (23:15)
24- The House Meets the Mouse, Part 2 (22:44)


Special Features:

Just like last season, there aren't any special features. What a shame as the cast would probably love to talk about the show in some way, whether it be interviews or commentaries.


Final Comments:

You got it dude! This is another great release by Warner Brothers. The sets are very polished and sharp looking. The overall design of the set is great. Unfortunately, the set lacks bonus features, which has been a major disappointment. Where is the commentary? The bloopers? The interviews? Every single cast-member is alive and willing to talk about the show, so why not use them? It makes absolutely no sense what so ever not to include them in the releases. Despite this, I, of course, urge Full House fans to get this set and enjoy it to continue their collection!


Final Numbers (out of 5 stars - How our point system works)

Video Quality: 4.5/5
Audio Quality: 4.5/5
Special Features: 0/5
Menu Navigation/Design: 4.5/5
Overall: 4/5

-- Reviewed by TVJunkie101 (Shawn Eaton) on 04/19/07

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