Full House

Full House (1987)

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Continuity mistake: In the first episode, in DJ's room when Stephanie is crawling across the curtain rod, you'll notice that there is a giant window, and a window behind Stephanie's bed. In later episodes, the giant window turns into a 3-paned bay window, and the window behind Stephanie's bed disappears.

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Continuity mistake: On the first floor of the house, there are two staircases leading up to the second floor - from the kitchen and the living room. But on the second floor, there is only one staircase leading down. And it doesn't matter which one they use, they still end up coming upstairs in the same place.

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Continuity mistake: In later episodes, the door to the attic is located before the last set of stairs in the upstairs hallway. But in earlier episodes, there is no door; just a wall with a picture hanging.

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Continuity mistake: Whenever the door is opened, there is a small patio with plants, large enough to reasonably hold 5 standing people, however this patio doesn't exist in the opening credits.

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In episode 10 (Joey's Place) the Tanner family move Joey into the garage, redecorating it so the entire place is filled with Joey's furniture, yet in episode 12 (Our Very First Promo), it shows the characters in and out of the garage which is completely empty and back the way it was before Joey moved in.

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In Disney Land, D.J. thinks that many different Disney characters are Steve, including Aladdin, a character that Scott Weinger, the actor who played Steve, voiced.

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