Full House lived up to its name with a crowded cast of family, friends and neighbors that were, as the theme song pointed out, everywhere you looked within the Tanner household. And yet there were some relationships under the roof of that Victorian rowhouse that, close as they came, never quite worked out to a happy ending. Overly-organized head of the Tanner home Danny nearly found a perfect partner in equally particular news anchor Vicky Larson, but they had to part when pressure came at the crossroads of work and family. Still, there are 12 reasons Danny and Vicky from Full House were actually soulmates, even if their relationship came to an amicable end.
Danny first met Vicky in Season 5's "Nicky And/Or Alexander" when she joined him as guest-host on Wake Up, San Francisco. Danny was at first non-plussed about the arrangement as he'd been hosting the show on his own and didn't like the idea of someone filling in for Becky, who'd just returned from the hospital with twin boys and would be out on maternity leave for some time. After his pompous attitude fell flat, though, Danny realized how much he liked Vicky, and the very next episode Vicky realized the same.
After dating for several years, Danny eventually proposed to Vicky at Disneyland, but she got a New York City job offer too good to pass up. Danny couldn't uproot his family, and Vicky understood. Parting was sweet sorrow, but neither wanted to force the other to hold back on something they truly cared about, and that is real soulmate stuff. Here's more proof that the two characters were totally meant to be.