When Jesse and Becky return to renew their vows, a bachelorette party leads to trouble for D.J.
Upon returning from Kimmy's bachelorette party, she, Stephanie, and D.J. call Michelle in New York and leave her a voicemail which includes the absentee Tanner sister's catch-phrases: "You're in big trouble, mister!" - "No way, José!" - "Aw, nuts!" - and "You got it, dude!"
This episode might be a nod to the Full House episode "Luck Be a Lady (Part 2)" because Kimmy kept leaving the altar just like Becky did in the aforementioned episode.
Fred Harmon's animal clinic, "Harmon Pet Care" is renamed "Harmon-Fuller Pet Care" in this episode to reflect the newly formed business partnership between Matt and D.J.
Max reads "Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets" on his bed
As foreshadowed in the previous episode, the final scene involving D.J.'s decision to date either Steve or Matt plays out exactly like a final episode of the reality TV series "The Bachelorette"
This is also reminescent of D.J.'s predicament in the Full House episode "D.J.'s Choice" where D.J. was torn between her feelings for Viper and Nelson Burkhard and ultimately choosing neither of them, similar to how she chose neither Steve or Matt in this episode.
D.J. and Matt cut the ribbon at the dedication ceremony for the newly renamed "Harmon-Fuller Pet Care"
Steve inserts himself into the "Harmon-Fuller Pet Care" dedication photo
Kimmy shows Jesse and Becky the "Love Nest" she has prepared for them
D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy leave a voicemail message for Michelle
Kimmy and Becky walk down the isle together at the renewal/wedding ceremony
Cosmo looks on from his dog house as the renewal/wedding ceremony commences
Ramona counsels Kimmy the first time she gets cold feet
Kimmy and Fernando agree to remain engaged for the time being
Lola declines a goodbye hug from Jackson, and instead opts for a kiss
An elated Jackson thanks Ramona, tells her he's glad she's not leaving, and offers a knuckle-bump (complete with "boom"), all but solidifying their new-found friendship
D.J.'s decision between Steve and Matt plays out exactly like a final episode of "The Bachelorette"
Kimmy, D.J., and Stephanie hug in the final frame of season 1