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Full House Secret Admirer (1987–1995) Online

Full House Secret Admirer (1987–1995) Online
Original Title :
Secret Admirer
Genre :
TV Episode / Comedy / Drama / Family
Year :
Directror :
Joel Zwick
Cast :
John Stamos,Bob Saget,Dave Coulier
Writer :
Jeff Franklin,Ellen Guylas
Type :
TV Episode
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Rating :
Full House Secret Admirer (1987–1995) Online

The Tanners invite Cindy and Rusty over again for a backyard barbecue. Rusty writes a phony love letter which causes confusion as each member of the household reads it in turn, all believing it to be from a different person.
Episode cast overview:
John Stamos John Stamos - Jesse Katsopolis
Bob Saget Bob Saget - Danny Tanner
Dave Coulier Dave Coulier - Joey Gladstone
Candace Cameron Bure Candace Cameron Bure - D.J. Tanner (as Candace Cameron)
Jodie Sweetin Jodie Sweetin - Stephanie Tanner
Mary-Kate Olsen Mary-Kate Olsen - Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Ashley Olsen Ashley Olsen - Michelle Tanner (as Mary Kate Ashley Olsen)
Lori Loughlin Lori Loughlin - Rebecca Donaldson
Andrea Barber Andrea Barber - Kimmy Gibbler
Debra Stipe Debra Stipe - Cindy (as Debra Sandlund)
Jordan Christopher Michael Jordan Christopher Michael - Rusty
R.J. Williams R.J. Williams - Ricky

Five years before this episode aired, Lori Loughlin appeared in a film entitled Secret Admirer (1985), which was also about a love letter falling into the wrong hands and causing familial distress.

Despite that the love letter was meant for D.J. she is the only one who never reads it.

User reviews



I enjoy this episode. It's fun to see how the family react to everyone thinking certain people have crushes on them.

In this episode, the Tanners invite Danny's girlfriend, Cindy, and her son, Rusty, over for a barbecue lunch. Rusty decides to continue his pranking style by writing a fake love letter, which causes confusion and frustration to every member of the household. As they all read it and think it's about them.

Best part of the episode: Everyone thinking the love letter was from them.

Overall, I give this episode a 6 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Good.


Okay, so I love Rusty. He is just that awesome.

Although Rusty is gaining expectance with the Tanner house, his jokes are not fully over. He types a love letter for DJ and gets Michelle to say that it is from Ricky the paper boy. He just says "give this to your sister" so she gives the letter to Stephanie. Everyone else in the Tanner house reads it and thinks the letter is meant for them. Just genius.

The majority of this episode is voiced-over. We hear everyone's inner thoughts. And the dramatic irony makes this episode perfectly drawn.

One of the best episodes in the series.