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Ol' Brown Eyes 

Danny feels uncool when DJ turns to Joey and Jesse instead of him.

Director:

Joel Zwick

Writers:

Jeff Franklin (created by), Ellen Guylas | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
John Stamos ... Jesse Katsopolis
Bob Saget ... Danny Tanner
Dave Coulier ... Joey Gladstone
Candace Cameron Bure ... D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Jodie Sweetin ... Stephanie Tanner
Mary-Kate Olsen ... Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Ashley Olsen ... Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Lori Loughlin ... Rebecca Donaldson
Andrea Barber ... Kimmy Gibbler
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Storyline

DJ is organizing a school fund-raiser and asks Joey and Jesse to lend their respective comedic and musical talents for the event. Danny feels jealousy at his exclusion and tries to win DJ's affection with a musical performance of his own. The stunt only causes embarrassment for DJ, however. Meanwhile, Jesse trusts Joey to take Becky's wedding ring to the engraver, but Michelle hides it, making Joey panic. Written by Melissa

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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TV-G | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

French

Release Date:

11 January 1991 (USA) See more »

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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The title is a parody of Frank Sinatra's nickname, Ol' Blue Eyes. See more »

Quotes

Joseph 'Joey' Gladstone: Danny, you don't have to be hip and cool. You're spick and span.
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Connections

References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

Soundtracks

My Girl
(uncredited)
Written by Smokey Robinson and Ronald White (The Temptations
Performed by Bob Saget
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Embarrassment.
25 January 2019 | by powermandanSee all my reviews

What kind of youth finds their parents cool? Hip? Even if they truly are cool and hip. they're your parents! Seeing it through a son's or daughter's eyes is a curse. That's just the way it is in life.

DJ organizes a fundraiser for a new computer (oh 1991) and Jesse gets the Smash Club rented to her. Joey will do a comedy set and Jesse's band will play. Danny is the emcee and will say as little as possible. That hurts Danny's feelings. No kid feels that their parents are cool, but not we get the flip side. Set on playing with the Rippers as a surprise, Danny dresses like a punk rocker and rehearses with them singing The Who's "My Generation." Sure he looks goofy, but he nails it. he sounds exactly the way Roger Daltry does in the original recording. But with his hyper antics and outfit, DJ catches him and disapproves. If Danny dressed normally and wasn't so hyper, him singing My Generation would have been excellent. He soon realizes that parents are uncool to their kids as he remembered how bad his dad threw a football. When Danny backs out, DJ finally feels remorse.

The subplot involves Michelle enjoying the "hot and cold" game. Joey is supposed to have the engagement ring engraved but Michelle hides it in an attempt to play. Funny stuff.

The parent-child/hip subject is very well done and original. The music is also great.


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