Season seven of Full House, which aired during the 1993–94 television season, has 24 episodes.
This time around, Jesse inherits the Smash Club, the venue where his band used to play. Joey falls for a comedienne who is into insult humor. And Danny wins a perfect-couple contest with an unlikely fiancee. The girls are busy too. Michelle enters a soapbox derby. D.J. sweats the SATs. And Stephanie starts a new school and makes a surprising new friend. But the biggest surprise comes when Danny gets an offer on the Tanner house at double its value. In this season, Michelle turns seven years old and starts the second grade, Stephanie turns eleven and starts as a sixth grader in junior high school, and D.J. turns sixteen and becomes a junior.
- See also: Opening credits gallery
The credits for the adult actors (Stamos, Saget, Coulier, and Loughlin) were filmed on location in San Francisco. This sequence was used from seasons four to seven. The girls are introduced on the set, showing D.J. riding a treadmill, Stephanie talking on the phone while sitting on her bed, Michelle coming home from riding her bike, Kimmy lounging on the bed, and Steve playing football. Also, Nicky and Alex are in the opening credits for the first time and are seen with Comet. The remainder of the sequence remains unchanged, including the only two opening images (the family getting off a Powell & Market Sts. cable car as it stops, and then running towards the camera with no updates).
- John Stamos as Jesse Katsopolis
- Bob Saget as Danny Tanner
- Dave Coulier as Joey Gladstone
- Candace Cameron as D.J. Tanner
- Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner
- Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen as Michelle Tanner
- Lori Loughlin as Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis
- Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler
- Scott Weinger as Steve Hale
- Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit as Alex Katsopolis
- Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit as Nicky Katsopolis
With Warner Communications' purchase of Lorimar-Telepictures/Lorimar Television in 1989, Warner Bros. Television officially took over production for the final two seasons; thus Dave Coulier's syndication closing voiceover is changed to reflect this. In addition, the copyright notice adds that the show is "Taped at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California".
Tom Amundsen is promoted to producer, leaving Bonnie Bogard and Tom Burkhard as the remaining co-producers, and Miles Kristman becomes coordinating producer.
|Title||Director||Writer(s)||Original air date|
|145||1||"It Was a Dark and Stormy Night"||John Tracy||Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler||September 14, 1993|
|D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle anxiously return to the site of their summer camp, but they are surprised with how everything turns out. Meanwhile, Nicky and Alex will not sleep in their own beds, preferring Jesse and Becky's bed.|
|146||2||"The Apartment"||John Tracy||Tom Burkhard||September 21, 1993|
|Steve moves into his own apartment, and D.J. is excited about how much privacy she and Steve can get over there, but a worried Danny spies on them through a window when D.J. breaks curfew. Meanwhile, Michelle can not find a hobby for Hobby Day at school, so she begins collecting leaves from the yard. Jesse and Joey try to pave the driveway – with disastrous results.|
|147||3||"Wrong-Way Tanner"||John Tracy||Jamie Tatham & Chuck Tatham||September 28, 1993|
|While playing a soccer game, Michelle accidentally scores the winning goal for the opposing team. Her team gets angry at her, which leaves Michelle feeling terrible and never wanting to play soccer again. Meanwhile, Stephanie is videotaping her family for a school project, but catches all of them in embarrassing moments.|
|148||4||"Tough Love"||Joel Zwick||Ellen Guylas||October 5, 1993|
|Jesse and Becky, with some guidance from the rest of the family, realize that the twins are not being disciplined enough, when they roam aimlessly around the house and end up destroying Michelle's science project. Danny bribes the girls to pretend to like Vicki's cooking.|
|149||5||"Fast Friends"||John Tracy||Bob Sand||October 12, 1993|
|Stephanie goes to junior high school, and attempts to make new friends, thanks to a new redistricting plan. However, the group she meets tries encouraging her to smoke cigarettes. Meanwhile, D.J., Kimmy, and Steve join Jesse and Joey on a special segment of their radio show, of which Jesse and Joey argue about the segment's title.|
|150||6||"Smash Club: The Next Generation"||John Tracy||Carolyn Omine||October 19, 1993|
|Jesse inherits the "Smash Club", but needs a bank loan because the place needs to be brought up to code. Meanwhile, Michelle gets two new assistants: Nicky and Alex.|
|151||7||"High Anxiety"||John Tracy||Tom Amundsen||October 26, 1993|
|Danny forgets how fast Michelle is growing up, and unintentionally treats her like a baby. Michelle gets mad at Danny, and he agrees to let her grow up and be a "big girl", even though it hurts so much. Meanwhile, Jesse struggles on making decisions for the reopening of the Smash Club.|
|152||8||"Another Opening, Another No Show"||Joel Zwick||Story by: Elias Davis|
Teleplay by: Tom Burkhard
|November 2, 1993|
|Jesse officially opens the "Smash Club", but inadvertently gets locked in a storage closet with Kimmy, and other calamities ensure. The kids become waiters and Danny is mostly hyper because of the coffee he drank.|
|153||9||"The Day of the Rhino"||James O'Keefe||Adam I. Lapidus||November 9, 1993|
|Michelle gets "ripped off" when she orders a Rigby the Rhino doll that ends up being a miniature plastic figure, and she, Stephanie, Joey, and her friends protest at a Rigby showing. Meanwhile, D.J. and Steve face their own problems when preparing for an opera, including hair and focus.|
|154||10||"The Prying Game"||John Tracy||Ellen Guylas||November 16, 1993|
|D.J. is enraged when Stephanie goes too far in invading her privacy. Danny, Jesse, and Joey try to sell a new hair-spraying product on an infomercial, but they find out it was already made.|
|155||11||"The Bicycle Thief"||John Tracy||Chuck Tatham & Jamie Tatham||November 23, 1993|
|Michelle loses her bike and assumes that someone stole it. Jesse, Joey, and Danny each go look for the bike, but they unintentionally steal three bikes that look like Michelle's. The neighborhood "crime catchers" (Kimmy and Mrs. Carruthers) start to investigate, while the family hopelessly tries to hide the stolen bikes.|
|156||12||"Support Your Local Parents"||James O'Keefe||Bob Sand||November 30, 1993|
|Jesse and Becky join a local support group when Nicky and Alex will not interact with other children in their playgroup, just each other. Meanwhile, Stephanie and Michelle use a secret of D.J.'s to blackmail her into using her clothes from her closet.|
|157||13||"The Perfect Couple"||John Tracy||Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler||December 14, 1993|
|Joey gets a job as the host of a local game show, The Perfect Couple. He gets the family to do the first show with him, with D.J. and Steve as the dating couple, Jesse and Becky as the married couple, and Danny and Vicky as the engaged couple. Vicky can't make it, so Danny has to pair up with an old woman named Estelle. The director of the show tells Joey to embarrass the contestants, and he does, much to the family's dismay. At the end of the show, Vicky shows up and tells Danny that she got a job as network anchor in New York. Danny tells her that he cannot take a long-distance relationship, and the two break off their engagement and break up, although they still have feelings for each other. Back at home, Stephanie is babysitting Nicky and Alex and has trouble getting them to obey her.|
|158||14||"Is It True About Stephanie?"||Joel Zwick||Carolyn Omine||January 4, 1994|
A classmate, Gia (Marla Sokoloff), plays a prank on Stephanie after stealing her date, which prompts Stephanie to return the favor to get revenge. Luckily, Gia and Stephanie soon learn that revenge isn't worth it, and become friends. Meanwhile, Danny is not over Vicky and acts very strangely. He rearranges everything, until the family brings him to his senses.
|159||15||"The Test"||John Tracy||Dan Chasin & Linda Lane||January 11, 1994|
D.J. is nervous about taking the upcoming SAT test. The night before the test is given, D.J. has a nightmare about the test going all wrong. Meanwhile, Michelle goes overboard with her whistle reporting "safety violations".
|160||16||"Joey's Funny Valentine"||John Tracy||Adam I. Lapidus||January 25, 1994|
|Joey's girlfriend, Roxy (Felicia Michaels), meets the family for the first time, but then makes fun of them during her stand-up comedy routine, which alienates the Tanners. Meanwhile, after finding the parrot of a huge store owner, the girls get a store credit, but what will they get?|
|161||17||"The Last Dance"||John Tracy||Tom Amundsen||February 8, 1994|
|Jesse's grandfather, Papoulli, comes to visit the Tanner family. During his visit, a strong relationship builds between him and Michelle. He promises Michelle that, for show and tell at school, he will come and do a dance with her. Sadly, Papoulli dies the night before in his sleep. Everyone is mourning, but especially Michelle and Jesse, due to their strong relationship with Papoulli. Jesse ends up going to school with Michelle and doing the dance for show and tell. Two sup-plots: D.J. and Kimmy get into a fight over a pair of sunglasses, and Joey and Danny buy their own boat.|
|162||18||"Kissing Cousins"||John Tracy||Tom Burkhard||February 15, 1994|
Upon his return from Papouli's funeral in Greece, Jesse brings back his cousin Stavros, who ends up taking advantage of the Tanners' generosity and kindness. As Stavros apologizes, he claims his village was destroyed in an accident, for which the family stages a dance marathon at the Smash Club. However, he actually lied and was planning to go to Orlando, Florida, which comes to light when Rebecca tricks him into revealing his plan over the club's PA system.
|163||19||"Love on the Rocks"||Tom Rickard||Ellen Guylas||March 1, 1994|
|Feeling that her relationship with Steve has drifted apart, D.J. explores all other options, before ultimately breaking up with him. Meanwhile, Joey plays a pre-April Fool's Day prank on the family and they try to get back at him with a prank of their own, involving a lottery ticket.|
|164||20||"Michelle a la Carte"||John Tracy||Cathy Jung||March 15, 1994|
|Michelle decides to enter a soap-box derby. She and Becky begin working on the car that Michelle will ride, but Michelle quits after a fellow racer makes fun of her for being a "girl racer" and saying girls are not good with cars.|
|165||21||"Be Your Own Best Friend"||Joel Zwick||Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler|
Teleplay by: Tom Amundsen & Ellen Guylas
|April 5, 1994|
|Michelle is assigned a project to draw the outline of her best friend on paper, but Teddy moves back to San Francisco, leaving Michelle to choose between Denise (new) and Teddy (old) with their possessions. Meanwhile, Jesse feels left out when Joey and his girlfriend, Roxy, hog the mike on Jesse and Joey's radio show.|
|166||22||"A Date with Fate"||Joel Zwick||Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler|
Teleplay by: Bob Sand & Chuck Tatham & Jamie Tatham
|May 3, 1994|
|D.J. and Danny go out on separate blind dates, but end up alone together at the same restaurant. Jesse prepares for Mother's Day, but the twins celebrate it a day early, much to his chagrin.|
|167||23||"Too Little Richard Too Late"||John Tracy||Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler||May 10, 1994|
Joey decides to run for PTA President to help save Michelle's art class, but finds it hard to compete with Mrs. Carruthers' extensive promotion campaign, only for Denise's uncle, Little Richard to come in to help.
|168||24||"A House Divided"||Joel Zwick||Story by: Marc Warren & Dennis Rinsler|
Teleplay by: Tom Burkhard & Adam I. Lapidus & Carolyn Omine
|May 17, 1994|
A millionaire (Keene Curtis) who lived in the Tanner house growing up wants to buy it from Danny, offering twice as much money as the house is worth. Everyone agrees and is excited about moving and starting new lives, except little Michelle, and she will stop at nothing to stay in "the only house she's ever lived in".