After 1,000 roses show up without a card, D.J., Kimmy, and Stephanie must figure out which one of them has a secret admirer.
"After what I sent you, I thought I would have heard back from you by now." –Harry Takayama (to Stephanie via text message)
"I wanted you to RSVP to my wedding. This one's for real, no 'holy mattress money.'" –Harry Takayama
The episode title is a reference to a 1989 film starring Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner (which itself was taken from the 1455-1485 battles that determined the control of England's throne).
Harry Takayama makes a guest appearance in this episode. He is portrayed by Michael Sun Lee rather than Nathan Nishiguchi, who portrayed Harry in Full House, and is the only returning character to be recast with a different actor in Fuller House.
Harry's "no holy mattress money" line is a reference to his pretend wedding to Stephanie in the Full House episode Middle Age Crazy, in which the pretend minister utters the line "Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to join Stephanie and Harry in holy mattress money."
D.J., Kimmy, and Stephanie try to figure out which one of them has a secret admirer who has filled the living room with roses
Jackson and Ramona discover Cosmo's 'stash' under Max's bed
Lola sends Jackson to "the dreaded Friend Zone" when she addresses him as "dude"
Stephanie recounts her wedding to Harry (whom she refers to as her husband) to Becky via flashback
A grown-up Harry makes an appearance as rose-sending suspect #3
Becky interrogates the 3 rose-sending suspects
Harry tells Stephanie he is getting married (to someone else), and invites her to the wedding
The girls toast to being three beautiful women who did not get roses