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Full House - The Complete Fourth Season



DVD Release Date: August 15, 2006 (Warner Home Video)
Color / 1990-91
MSRP: $29.98
Number of Discs: 4
Number of Episodes: 26
Running Time: 593 Minutes
Languages: English
Subtitles: French & Spanish; Closed Captioned.
Special Features: None.


You got it dude! FULL HOUSE - THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON is now available for purchase on DVD! Awwwwwwwwwwwww!

The hit ABC series follows the lives of widower, Danny Tanner (played by Bob Saget), his three daughters - DJ (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Michelle (Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen) and Danny's two best friends, brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos) and funny-man Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier). Also included in the extended family are DJ's best friend, the crude Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) and Jesse's soon-to-be-bride, Rebecca Donaldson (Lori Loughlin).

This season sees D.J. get an after-school job, Stephanie getting glasses and support from "Family Matters’" Steve Urkel, Michelle giving her goldfish Martin a bubble bath, Danny dating a ditzy 21-year old, Joey going to Hollywood to hit the big-time and the romantic wedding between Jesse and Becky.

Memorable Episodes / Notable Guest Stars:

Some of the memorable episodes this season include: "Greek Wedding" in which Jesse's Greek relatives pay a visit. "Viva Las Joey" in which Joey's Vegas act draws his disapproving father to the show. "Shape Up" in which DJ is determined to become "supermodel skinny" to fit into a bikini. "One Last Kiss" in which Jesse nearly rekindles an old high school flame. "Stephanie Gets Framed" in which Stephanie gets advice from Steve Urkel after being forced to wear glasses. "A Fish Called Martin" in which Michelle accidentally kills her goldfish. "The Wedding" Parts 1 and 2 in which Jesse and Becky prepare to wed - with many hurdles to overcome, such as Jesse jumping out of a plane. "Fuller House" in which Michelle reacts badly to Jesse's news that he is moving out. "Joey Goes to Hollywood" in which Joey and the Tanners fly out to Hollywood so Joey can star in a TV series. And the Season 4 finale, "Rock The Cradle" in which Becky and Jesse give each other some life-changing news.

And the guest stars this season include Jaleel White (of "Family Matters"), Wayne Newton, Annette Funicello, Frankie Avalon, Erika Eleniak (of "Baywatch"), Miko Hughes, John Aprea and Yvonne Wilder.


The design follows the same format as Seasons 1-3. It features the main cast in their own colored boxes. The only difference is the three girls are grouped together, as are Jesse and Becky. The back of the box features a nice summary of Season 4, highlighting important and funny milestones in the series.

But, there's a big difference to tell you about. The box is now more compact, and the four discs are crammed together in two slip sleeve cases. If you bought "Dallas" it's the exact same design, which is the episodes are listed on the slip discs themselves. So, case one contains the first two discs and case two contains discs three and four.

The discs, meanwhile, are as follows: Disc 1 features the three girls and contains episodes 1-7. Disc 2 features Bob Saget and contains episodes 8-14. Disc 3 features Dave Coulier and contains episodes 15-20 while Disc 4 features Lori Loughlin and John Stamos and contains episodes 21-26.

Menu Design and Navigation:

The main menu is the same design as the box art, except it has a picture of the cast on the left and the menu selections appear on the right. A shortened version of the theme music plays in the background, and loops after it's done. The selections are "Play" in which you can play all of the episodes on the disc; "Episodes" in which you go to another menu and can pick the episode you want to watch, and "Languages" in which you can choose between French or Spanish subtitles.

Video and Audio Quality:

Both the video and the audio are fine. No problems to worry about. Each episode appears to me to be unedited (with the FULL theme-song and opening credits) and chapter skips are available.

1- Greek Week (22:57)
2- Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor (22:57)
3- The I.Q. Man (22:57)
4- Slumber Party (22:57)
5- Good News, Bad News (22:56)
6- A Pinch for a Pinch (22:46)
7- Viva Las Joey (22:45)

8- Shape Up (22:56)
9- One Last Kiss (22:57)
10- Terror in Tanner Town (22:56)
11- Secret Admirer (22:46)
12- Danny in Charge (22:47)
13- Happy New Year (22:46)
14- Working Girl (22:46)

15- Ol' Brown Eyes (22:52)
16- Stephanie Gets Framed (22:52)
17- A Fish Called Martin (22:46)
18- The Wedding, Part 1 (22:52)
19- The Wedding, Part 2 (22:46)
20- Fuller House (22:45)

21- The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang (22:31)
22- Stephanie Plays the Field (22:31)
23- Joey Goes Hollywood (22:46)
24- Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (22:46)
25- The Graduate (22:45)
26- Rock the Cradle (22:45)

Special Features:

Unfortunately, there aren't any special features on this set. What a bummer for fans!

Final Comments:

A nice job again by Warner. I really enjoy the Warner sets, except is it me or does it seem like they are being really skimpy on the bonus features -- such as not giving any! What bothers me is that every cast member is alive and well and more than willing to talk about the series! I'm sure the cast would have gladly filmed a documentary, interviews or audio commentary, so why didn't that happen? I really do encourage Warner Brothers to get on the ball with the special features. It's bad enough the reviewer discs aren't made available until the very last minute, but now there aren't any special features! Shame on Warner Brothers! But anyway, other than that, this was an excellent set -- good video, audio, and the episodes are unedited.

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: 5/5
Overall: 4/5

-- Reviewed by TVJunkie101 (Shawn Eaton) on 08/07/06

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