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Fogged In
Season 2, episode 12
Fogged in
Air date January 20, 1989
Writer(s) Kim Weiskopf
Director John Bowab
Previous A Little Romance
Next Working Mothers

Fogged In is episode twelve in season two of Full House. It originally aired on January 20, 1989.

Opening Teaser

In his room, and as she sits on his bed, Joey asks Michelle what impressions he should use for his upcoming comedy act, even specifying favorites. Some of his suggestions include Jay Leno and Rodney Dangerfield (complete with the "I get no respect" catchphrase).

Plot Summary

San Francisco is blanketed in a thick, heavy fog, which seems to put people in the Tanner household in a bad mood. For example, Jesse and Joey have literally been up all night working on their latest jingle, which is for "Casa De Pancakes."

The next morning, D.J. and Stephanie argue what should be served for breakfast. Stephanie wants French toast and D.J. wants waffles. Michelle, who was using her toy kitchen to flip some eggs for Danny, suggests cookies.

When D.J. and Kimmy unknowingly erase the jingle from the tape that it was recorded on by recording their version of "The Locomotion" on it, Jesse has an uncharacteristic display of temper, yells at D.J., and kicks her and Kimmy out of his room. Danny, hearing the commotion, thinks that Jesse's overreacting over this.

Later, as an apology, Jesse buys D.J. a drum set, and Danny wishes that he had not done that. Jesse then asks D.J. to try them out, but she does not quite get the knack. So Jesse, explaining he played the drums in JH, does a demo for her and everyone else, which elicits their applause (as well as that of the studio audience).

Jesse's father, Nick, shows up and tells Jesse that he and Jesse's mother, Irene, have been arguing, and Irene told Nick to go stay with Jesse for the time being. Irene tries to leave, but the thick fog outside has forced her to stay at the Tanner house as well. The fog is also preventing a disappointed Joey and his girlfriend, Cheryl, from going on a skiing trip.

Later, Jesse helps Nick and Irene patch things up, and that makes him realize that he should have talked to D.J. instead of yelling at her and then trying to buy her forgiveness for losing his temper with her the way he did. Danny allows D.J. to keep the drums, and Jesse has a talk with D.J., apologizing to her for losing his temper.


Jesse (entering his room as D.J. and Kimmy record the song "The Locomotion"): What are you doing?
D.J.: The Locomotion.
Jesse: Where'd you get this tape?
D.J.: It was in there!
Jesse: Oh, no. Please tell me you didn't tape over my "Casa De Pancakes" jingle!
[The tape was recorded by D.J. and Kimmy]
Tape: [at the end of the tape] Casa de Pancakes, Ole!
Jesse: I can't believe it! It's gone! You guys destroyed it! Now I'm gonna have to do the whole thing over again!
Kimmy: Not the whole thing. You still got "Casa de Pancakes, Ole!".
Jesse: Now, D.J., this is my room, and you have no right being in here without my permission.
D.J.: But...
Jesse: I don't want to hear any buts!
D.J.: But it was an accident..
Jesse: What did I just say?! Now how much is just to check a tape before you record over it?! I want you guys both get out of here before I get mad!
Kimmy: Before?
D.J.: Look. I'm really sorry. It was an accident. But you don't have to worry, 'cause I'm never gonna come into this room again. [She and Kimmy leave the room]


Although Danny and Jesse let D.J. keep her drum set, she does not use them until the episode "Girl Talk".

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