Full House

Full House (1987)

2 corrected entries in You Pet It, You Bought It

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You Pet It, You Bought It - S8-E6

Corrected entry: When Danny signs for the picture of his great-great grandfather, you see him signing but when he turns around there is no clipboard in the deliveryman's hand.

mirtom

Correction: I didn't see Danny sign for the picture...one hand stays on the doorknob while the other one gives the guy a tip before accepting the package. No signatures.

You Pet It, You Bought It - S8-E6

Corrected entry: When Danny tells Michelle she will have to clean up after Shorty, she says it's not a problem since she already cleans up after her pet hamster. When did she get a hamster, and where is it in the house? The only pet we've ever been shown is Comet.

mirtom

Correction: Just because her hamster has never been shown doesn't mean that she doesn't own one.

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