|Dateless in San Francisco|
|Season 8, episode 17|
|Air date||February 14, 1995|
|Next||We Got the Beat|
Danny prepares for his first Valentine's Day with Gia Mahan's mother Claire. Becky is anxious to find out what Jesse has planned for their romantic holiday, but she is disappointed to find that he appears to be losing interest in being the king of romance he once was. Becky thinks that Jesse has lost his romantic spark and that they will not have a good fourth anniversary – until Jesse surprises her with a hot air balloon ride and a picnic.
With the Valentine's Day party coming up for Michelle and Teddy's class, their teacher, Ms. Ullman, has the bright idea of pairing all the girls up with the boys, and Michelle and Teddy are placed together. But their friendship fizzles when they try to be boyfriend and girlfriend, so they decide that their friendship should go back to the way it was before, as just friends.
Joey is having some relationship woes of his own; he has received a gift from a secret admirer, but he is afraid that it is from Mrs. Carruthers, who has always had a thing for him. However, the secret admirer turns out to be Ms. Ullman, which pleasantly surprises him.
Becky: [to Danny] He does come up with some pretty romantic evenings. [to Jesse] Go ahead, honey, tell him what you have planned for us this year.
Jesse: ...Uh, well, Beck, I was thinkin' that at this stage in our marriage that we really don't need to do some kind of special thing to prove our love for each other.
Becky: We don't?
Jesse: No. ...Now, Danny, for instance... He's just starting to date Claire. This is all new for him, so he's gotta woo her. We, on the other hand... We're pretty much wooed out.
Becky: Well, no. There's always woom for woo... I mean... room for roo--woo.
- The episode title is a play on Sleepless in Seattle, a 1993 Oscar Award-nominated film
- Teddy and Aaron Bailey make their final appearances
- The episode originally (appropriately) aired on Valentine‘s Day (as evidenced by the airdate)
- Goof: D.J. tells Michelle: "Guys don’t break up with me; I break up with them", but her first boyfriend, Michael Montfort, broke up with her in "A Little Romance" and Viper broke up with her in "D.J.'s Choice"