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Have you ever noticed the conglomeration of Steves on Full House? 1. DJ's Cousin Steve (played by Kirk Cameron) 2. DJ's friend's Cousin. Steve and D.J. met again when they saw each other on the plane when they were both going to Spain, and they became a couple after they came back. Steve Aoki, electro house musician and founder of Dim Mak records, is nominated for America's Best DJ , brought to you by WeedMaps.
Her father has one sister who is childless later in the series. Her mother's only brother is Uncle Jesse, who's clearly not Cousin Steve's father, right?
Uncle Jesse is father to twins Nicky and Alex, neither of whom is named Steve. Cousin Steve lives far away in Baltimore.
His unidentified father is absent. He appears in the first season which takes place shortly after DJ's mother died but hasn't seen DJ in a few years, meaning he did not come to the funeral, even though he has a special bond with DJ.
Cousin Stavros looks identical to Jesse, even though they are only cousins. Stavros is also a conman. The immediate implication is that all of Urkel's ridiculous sci-fi inventions exist in Full House's world.
In particular, time travel is possible. The alleged inconsistencies, therefore, are likely due to someone meddling with alternate timelines. I believe the nexus of Steves holds the key to understand what is going on.
Who are the Steves really? Cousin Steve is one of the twins likely Alex Boyfriend Steve is the other twin likely Nicky Stephanie's identity is up for debate More on this later. Stavros is Jesse We see three versions of Jesse of varying Greekness throughout the series: An initial change in the timeline resulted in Jesse changing from Cochran to Katsopolis, altering his memories accordingly.
I don't have a definitive answer for this one, but I'll propose one as an endnote. Now, for the emergence of Stavros, there are two possibilities: Either Stavros is a time-traveling Jesse from the future, or he is an alternate timeline version of Jesse.
If the former, then Jesse's memories of growing up with Stavros must be completely false, creations of a time-ripple. If the latter, the two timelines must have somehow been woven together. I gravitate towards the first explanation because a Jesse has a demonstrated willingness to change his first name, b variations of the name "Steve" are used by time-travelers in this conspiracy, and c there is no mention of Stavros in any other episodes concerning Jesse's Greek past, suggesting that the memories of Stavros are only implanted when future-Jesse arrives.
The Twins are Steves Cousin Steve can only really be DJ's first cousin if he is from the future, and the only known first cousins are Nicky and Alex, so I am not going to needlessly invent new cousins.
You know, Occam's Razor and all. So, if we work from the assumption that Cousin Steve is actually a cousin, he must be either Nicky or Alex.
I think the Tanner family can sense that he is a cousin and that feeling of family overpowers their rational minds.
He didn't attend his aunt Pam's funeral, because why would he time-travel to a funeral when he, instead, can time-travel to visit her when she was alive? He lives "in Baltimore" because he, unlike his brother, is not a permanent resident in the past, so he must claim residence sufficiently far away to avoid suspicion.
His father is absent because his father is future-Jesse Stavros? I think evidence points to Alex being Cousin Steve, drawing primarily on the episode "Yours, Mine and Ours" wherein Alex is sick and Jesse and Becky imagine the effects of their different parenting styles on the twins.
Just like Alex as a baby. Realizing they have feelings for each other, Matt breaks up with his girlfriend and starts dating D.
On the way to Steve's wedding in Japan, D. Steve tells Kimmy about D. The next day, before the wedding starts, Kimmy tells D. At the altar, Steve calls off the wedding, and D.
Back home, the two decide to wait a month before they start dating, out of respect to their exes. After their "third, first date," Steve tells D. He chooses to stay with her, but D. After a few months Steve quits his job so he back with DJ. Her mother died when she was five years old. Her catchphrases during the early seasons of the series include "how rude! She eventually evolved into something of a tomboy in seasons four and five.
Stephanie has a habit of spying on D. Her best friends in school are Gia Mahan and Mickey, whom she meets in season seven the former is the only one who appears through to season eight. Of the three sisters, Stephanie has dealt with the toughest issues, such as peer pressure into smoking in season seven's "Fast Friends""make-out" parties in season eight's "Making Out is Hard to Do"joyriding in season eight's "Stephanie's Wild Ride"and uncovering a classmate's child abuse in season six's "Silence is Not Golden"as well as the death of her mother when she was only five.
In her early years, she is very sentimental about Mr. Bear, a stuffed animal that her mother gave to her after Michelle was born this was the focal point of the season two episode "Goodbye Mr. She and Jesse are the most abrasive when it comes to how they feel about Kimmy Gibbler. In Fuller House, Stephanie volunteers to give up her life in London to move back into her childhood home to help take care of her sister's three kids.
Kimmy volunteers to move in as well much to Stephanie's dismay but she soon puts her abrasive feelings aside, and becomes friends with her. Stephanie confesses to D. Stephanie starts a relationship with Kimmy's younger brother Jimmy. Becky schedules Stephanie for a pelvic exam and turns out she has three vivable eggs and can have a baby via surrogacy.
Since she hasn't been dating Jimmy for that long she doesn't want to put pressure on him for being the father, and throwing him into a lifelong commitment so soon in their relationship. He wants to be the father. They are able to make embryos and Kimmy volunteers to be the surrogate mother. Kimmy is able to get pregnant with the embryos. At the end of season four Kimmy gives birth to a baby girl, and Jimmy proposes to Stephanie which she accepts.
Michelle Tanner Main article: Danny is more overprotective of Michelle than the other girls. Michelle was just a baby when Pam died, so she hardly remembers her mom.
Jesse and Joey's misadventures in taking care of her when she was a baby provided a great deal of humor.
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Once Michelle started to grow up, she became the focus of more of the show's storylines. Her best friends, Teddy and Denise, appear frequently in later seasons. Her favorite toys in earlier seasons are Barney, a plush bear who hangs on the wall above her bed, and her stuffed pig. It is apparent that Jesse is somewhat closer to her than her sisters, and he gives her nicknames such as "munchkin", "shorty" and "rugrat".
She is known for her many recurring catchphrases such as "you got it, dude! Becky was born in Valentine, Nebraska and decided to pursue journalism as a career while she was in high school. Becky moves to San Francisco to become the co-host of Wake Up, San Francisco, being paired with Danny as her co-host; the two become close friends, although she often quips about Danny's quirks and tendency to ramble in his conversations.
She was reluctant to admit her feelings for Jesse at first, but she eventually falls in love with him. The two almost elope in Lake Tahoe in the season two finale "Luck Be a Lady", but backed out when Becky realized that she and Jesse were not really ready to get married.
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They eventually get married in the second part of the season four episode "The Wedding" on Valentine's Day. After Jesse has a bittersweet farewell to the rest of the family when he decides to move into Rebecca's apartment in the season four episode "Fuller House", Rebecca agrees to move in with the Tanners and Joey when she discovers how much Jesse misses them, living together in the attic which Jesse and Joey have converted into an apartment.
Becky helps to transform Jesse, although she still teases him about his obsession with his hair and love of Elvis. She also serves as a mother figure to the girls at times; most prominently giving advice to D. Becky gives birth to twin boys Nicholas and Alexander on Michelle's fifth birthday in part two of the season five episode "Happy Birthday, Babies".
She and Jesse name Alexander after a teacher who inspired her to become a journalist and Nicholas after Jesse's father. Becky is offered a producer role on Wake Up, San Francisco in the season eight episode "The Producer", which results in Danny briefly quitting the show due to him being passed over for such a promotion.
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Becky gets baby fever when around D. She and Jesse end up adopting a baby girl whom they name Pamela. They ask for their old jobs back at Wake Up San Francisco but the station only wants her back. They want her to host an all women's talk show called The Gab. She, Jesse and Pamela are moving back to San Francisco. When the show started back up Danny refused to audition to be her co-host, which resulted in her being stuck with a Neanderthal co-host, but not long after he is able to get his old job back.
Kimmy Gibbler Kimberly Louise "Kimmy" Gibbler portrayed by Andrea Barberrecurring since season one and upgraded to a series regular in season five is D. Most of the Tanner family cannot stand her Danny, Stephanie and Jesse are especially annoyed by her, with Stephanie often making jabs at her lack of intelligence and other unusual quirks and Danny urging D.
She is often known to be a poor student in school, and had copied D. Kimmy is the subject of a recurring gag in the series, regarding her terrible foot odorwhich becomes noticeable to other people mainly once she removes her shoes; Kimmy also becomes aware of this in a scene in the season seven episode "The Apartment", in which she accidentally grabs one of her shoes while searching for her phone when Danny calls her to find out the whereabouts of D.
She is also known to be addicted to shopping. In the episode "Another Opening, Another No Show", Jesse and Kimmy get locked in a closet on the night of the grand re-opening of The Smash Club, after the door handle breaks off in Jesse's hand; while there, Kimmy finally tells Jesse how much it hurts when he and the other Tanners except for D. He finally tries to stop picking on her and tells the Tanners to try to go easy on her.
However, their behavior towards her remains the same in later episodes, although she never seems to mind it anymore. Kimmy's only serious relationship is with Duane who is introduced in season eight episode "Taking the Plunge"a very air-headed boy who was only known to say "whatever".
Ironically, he was shown to have a fondness for Shakespearean works as he passionately quoted a line from Shakespeare's 18th sonnet. In "Taking the Plunge," Kimmy decides to run off to Reno and elope with Duane after she was rejected by the colleges that she had applied to, and is afraid that D.
In the two-part series finale "Michelle Rides Again," she tries to find D. Sometime after high school Kimmy got married to a race car driver named Fernando, and has a daughter named Ramona. In the sequel series she and Ramona move into the Tanner family home after D. J's husband passed away. She moved in to help her along with Stephanie. Kimmy has become a party planner. Kimmy volunteers to be Stephanie and Jimmy's surrogate mother.
At the end of season four Kimmy gives birth to Stephanie and Jimmy's baby girl. He is introduced in the season five episode "Sisters in Crime" as D. Steve is two years older than D. He is known for having a healthy appetite, and often eats at the Tanners' when he visits. In "A Very Tanner Christmas," Steve receives an acceptance letter to a party school in Florida that he had applied to this causes the two to briefly break up due to D.
In the season six episode "Prom Night," both he and D. After college Steve becomes a podiatrist. In Fuller House Steve is a divorcee and his ex took half what he's worth. With him and D. He ends up later getting engaged to woman named C. On the way to Japan, thinking that Kimmy is sitting next to her, D. Steve was the one who actually heard it.
At the alter he realizes he still loves D. J who still has feelings for Steve break up with Matt. A month after the almost wedding they start dating again. There is bad news for the reunited couple when the Lakers want him to be their foot specialist. He declines to stay with D.
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Steve tells her they will back together in six months. After a few months on the job Steve quits his job and moves back home so he can be with DJ. The two were born in the season five episode "Happy Birthday, Babies," on the date of Michelle's fifth birthday. Becky named Alex after a high school teacher who inspired her to venture into a career in journalism, while Jesse chose to name Nicky after his father, for giving him great hair.
They have strawberry-blond hair and are fun-loving toddlers, with minor distinctions between them. Nicky is more quiet and sweet, while Alex is more outspoken and mischievous.
They often repeat each other's words. In Fuller House, the twins are portrayed as dimwitted young adults who are strongly despised by their once-doting parents, who find them to be annoying and immature. However, they decide to run a fish taco food truck together upon completion of college. It's later mentioned by Kinmy, that they live in the food truck - much to Jesse's delight. When Kimmy and her daughter, Ramona moves in Jackson has to give up his room and move in with his brother Max.
Jackson and Ramona don't get along at first but become like brother and sister. Jackson has shown to be a good older brother to Max and Tommy. Jackson likes to do stunts, and joins the football team to impress Ramona's friend, Lola. After their make-out, DJ realizes that she's ready to start dating again after 15 years, which is a serious step in her healing process.
For his part, Matt is seemingly trying to take things with DJ as slow and respectful as possible. He's definitely taking things slower than Steve, who's still showing up unannounced at the Tanner house and at DJ's work like it's again. He's not exactly the authority on tact and respect. But one of the things I really love about Matt is that he listens to DJ. When his father left the vet business to him, he knew it wasn't fair to DJ, who had been working there for over eight years. So he gave her half of his business.
He didn't need to do that, but he did. He didn't need to move to San Francisco to try and make things work with Deej, but he did.
And he didn't need to stick around after he found out DJ had kissed Steve after she kissed him, but he did. What sacrifices has Steve made lately, other than selfishly sacrificing DJ's own time?
Now, I still love Steve; I just think he's being annoying. One of the main reasons Steve's infatuation with DJ comes off as creepy instead of aww-worthy is that Steve has been holding this torch for over 20 years. That's a long time to pine for someone, and frankly, it's a little sad to think that Steve hasn't moved on from high school. Unless, you know, this is all just part of one, elaborate midlife crisis.