When it comes to getaways, no one did vacation better than the Tanner family on Full House. From the Full House Disney World episode to their Hawaiian vacation, there was always something refreshing about having a change of scenery from their typical house in San Francisco. I mean, come on, not only were these episodes filled with those important life lessons we all know and love from the sitcom, but, with so many new surroundings and people, each vacation was packed with new adventures. And, of course, with new adventures, you better believe that meant a whole bunch of trouble in store for the Tanners.
One of the best episodes from the Full House vacation list is "Tanner's Island," in which the whole family, along with Becky, goes to Hawaii to celebrate two years of being a family. But, when an overbearing and controlling Danny gets carried away with what he calls his "Clipboard of Fun," the family eventually finds themselves (temporarily) stranded on what seems to be a deserted island. Aside from all the tropical outfits and loud neon colored shorts (this was the '90s people), I love this episode because it pays homage to another classic sitcom, Gilligan's Island.
While you should certainly check it out for yourself, here a few elements that make up this wonderful vacation episode.
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