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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Season 4, episode 24
Girls just wanna have fun
Air date April 1, 1991
Writer(s) Dennis Rinsler & Marc Warren
Director Joel Zwick
Previous Joey Goes Hollywood
Next The Graduates
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun is episode twenty-four of season four of Full House. It originally aired on April 1, 1991.

Opening Teaser

In his new studio, Jesse entertains Michelle with his musical instruments, from the drums to the piano. But when she asks him to play the saxophone, it sounds scratchy, and it's enough to scare her out of the studio as she tells him, "You need music lessons."


Now that Becky is officially a member of the family, D.J. thinks it is like having a big sister to pal around with, in addition to having a motherly figure to talk about anything from guys to dating. D.J. wants to meet a boy named Ryan at a house where Kimmy Gibbler will be babysitting Aaron Bailey, but Danny, who wants D.J. to stay home to do her homework, will not let her go there. D.J. decides to go anyway, so she asks Becky to cover for her, promising her that she will be back in 10 minutes, but 10 minutes becomes 30 minutes, and Becky can no longer find a way to cover for D.J. anymore.

When D.J. arrives home, Becky talks to her, and D.J. admits that she took advantage of their friendship, and that the reason why she was gone longer than she said she would is because she and Ryan were really starting to get along with each other.

Meanwhile, Jesse and Joey put a pool table in their office. Jesse, calling himself "The Kid," thinks he can't be beat in the game of pool, until he learns the hard way that Danny is a pool shark.

While all this is going on, Michelle's new game is fooling people by telling them that something happened when it really did not, and then she says "Ha ha, ha ha, ha, I fooled you." Stephanie puts a stop to that little game, and she ends up teaching Michelle a lesson about telling the truth.


  • Bob Saget did all of the pool trick shots himself.
  • The episode title comes from the 1983 Cyndi Lauper song of the same name.
  • Stephanie's lesson to Michelle regarding honesty was based on the story of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf".
  • When Michelle asked "No 'Happy Ever After'?" regarding Stephanie's story, she really meant "No 'Happily Ever After'?".


Aaron: Hey! Those are boys. You’re fired, Gibbler.
Kimmy: You can’t fire me. I quit.
DJ: Kimmy, you’re babysitting. You can’t quit. (turns to Aaron) Um, Aaron, what if we let you stay up late and watch Arachnophobia in your parents' bedroom.
Aaron: That’s a bribe!
DJ: Yes, it is.
Aaron: (smiles) I like bribes.

Michelle: Hurry! Hurry! Comet's having puppies!
Stephanie: WHAT?! (drops her sandwich on the plate and runs out to the living room with Michelle) Comet's having puppies? (notices Comet) Wait a second, Comet is a boy.
Michelle: (in a singsong voice) Ha ha ha, ha ha. I fooled you.
Stephanie: Michelle, sit down. (sets her down in a chair, then kneels down to have a chat with her) Let me tell you a story about a little girl who was watching sheep, and she liked to fool people by crying "Wolf!". But then, the real wolf came, and nobody believed her.
Michelle: OK, tell me the story.
Stephanie: I just did.
Michelle: No "Once Upon a Time"? (Stephanie shakes her head) No "Happy Ever After"? (Stephanie shakes her head again) Dumb story.

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