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The 7 Most Heartwarming Moments In Full House History

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    As the Full House reboot photos and spoilers continue to trickle out, we're feeling on the verge of a serious '90s nostalgia marathon. But which episodes should go at the top of the watch list? No one needs to see that episode where Michelle buys a donkey more than once. And we can all agree to skip that one with Kirk Cameron. So the question is, which core Full House moments should you re-watch to be fully emotionally invested in the adventures of D.J. as a single mom?

    The moments that yank at our heart strings seem like the best place to start. Yes, Full House was a technically a sitcom, but the "Aww" track got just as much of a workout as the laugh track. Think about it: When you hear the opening refrain of "Everywhere you look," do you think about the hilarity of that kid getting his head buttered to escape the banister, or the many times that the Tanner girls' three father figures came to their rescue? Prepare for your binge-watch with some themed snacks, scrunchies, and plenty of tissues.


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    That Time Michelle Missed Her Friend (Season 2, Episode 16)

    Few things are cuter than tiny children forming tiny friendships (except maybe puppies who are friends with pigs), but Full House decided to crank up the feels by tearing these toddler besties apart by cruel circumstance (Howie lives in Nebraska). This episode also doubles as a history lesson — kids, this is what FaceTime looked like in the '80s.

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    That Time A Flashback Made The Guys' Friendship Even Cuter (Season 2, Episode 15)

    Characters are always made cuter by a childhood flashback. While baby Jesse kind of steals the spotlight, this sweet episode also tries to make sense of perpetual-kid Joey and perpetual-senior-citizen Danny's lifelong friendship.

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    That Time They All Remembered Their Mom Had Died (Season 2, Episode 18)

    Every once in a while, everyone's favorite family comedy reminded the audience of its premise: The house is so full because the girls' mother passed away. Danny's home video also serves as a reminder that they've formed a loving family, and leads to some nice sisterly moments. Jogging Michelle's memories of her mom is the stuff of a later episode.

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    That Time D.J. Made Sure Joey Didn't Have To Get A Makeover (Season 4, Episode 4)

    This sweet, big-sister moment is only slightly marred by the children's reluctance to tone down the girly stuff to make Stephanie, the motherless child, feel less out of place. Empathy, guys, empathy.

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    That Time Full House Became An Actual Disney Movie (Season 4, Episode 12)

    Any scene doubles it's heartwarming factor by featuring furry woodland creatures. Add a rousing musical number, and you've hit peak sappy (in the best way).