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Full House: The Wedding (2)

Jesse ends up in jail for smashing someones tomatoes in Tomato Country. Becky soon tracks him down, and reasons with him about his life. In the end, they get married, and Jesse plays a song for her.

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x19
Airdate: Friday February 15th, 1991

Director: Joel Zwick
Writer: Jeff Franklin

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Guest Stars
Andrea Barber
As Kimmy
Debbie Gregory
As Connie
Don Hood
As Kenneth Donaldson
John Aprea
As Nick Katsopolis
Lois Nettleton
As Nedra Donaldson
Michael John Nunes
As Howie
Yvonne Wilder
As Irene Katsopolis
Bob Arthur
As Minister
Glenn Morshower
As Farmer Bob
Kin Shriner
As Sheriff
Lenny Hicks
As Driver
Main Cast
John Stamos
As Jesse ""Hermes" Cochran/Katsoplis
Bob Saget
As Daniel "Danny" Ernest Tanner
Dave Coulier
As Joseph Alvin "Joey" Gladstone
Candace Cameron
As Donna Jo "D.J." Margaret Tanner
Jodie Sweetin
As Stephanie Judith Tanner
Mary-Kate Olsen
As Michelle Elizabeth Tanner
Ashley Olsen
As Michelle Elizabeth Tanner
Lori Loughlin
As Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis
Andrea Barber
As Kimberly Louise "Kimmy" Gibbler
Episode Notes
The 2nd part of the 3rd out of seven two-parters.

If you look closely at the back of Mr. Donaldson's car after it's towed, it looks like Becky and/or Jesse hit the car with a tomato.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Elvis PresleyJailhouse Rock 
John StamosForever 

Episode Goofs
In the scene with the Sheriff lets Jessie out of the cell, it's clear that the door to the cell had no lock. This becomes evident when the Sheriff pretends to slide a key into the, non-existent, lock and has to quickly fake his way through it.

Warning: Full House season 4 episode 19 guide may contain spoilers
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