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This article contains spoilers from Season 3 of Fuller House. Continue at your own risk


Break a Leg, is the second episode of season 3, and the twenty-seventh episode of Fuller House overall.

Plot

Wedding planner Kimmy works overtime to earn Steve and C.J.’s business, and D.J. signs on as Stephanie’s life coach. Jimmy and Fernando move in together.

Cast

Main

Guest

Trivia

  • The episode title comes from the expression used to wish an actor or a musician good luck on their performance before going on stage.
  • Jodie Sweetin broke her leg prior to filming, and in Stephanie's first scene, she is sitting down driving a car, hiding the cast; in her second scene, she is sitting on a couch, also hiding the cast (after that, Stephanie breaks her ankle while running, and wears a cast for the next several episodes)
  • During a portion of the presentation, D.J. plays the role of C.J., once again hinting that she and Steve belong together.

Gallery

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Episodes
Season 1
Our Very First Show, AgainMoving DayFunner HouseThe Not-So-Great EscapeMad MaxThe Legend of El ExplosivoRamona's Not-So-Epic PartySecrets, Lies, & FiretrucksWar Of The RosesA Giant LeapPartnerships in the NightSave The DatesLove Is In The Air
Season 2
Welcome BackMom InterferenceRamona's Not-So-Epic First KissCurse of Tanner ManorDoggy DaddyFuller ThanksgivingGirl TalkA Tangled WebGlazed and ConfusedNew Kids in the HouseDJ and Kimmy's High School ReunionNutcrackerHappy New Year, Baby
Season 3
Best Summer EverBreak a LegDeclarations of IndependenceMy Little HickeyUncle Jesse's Adventures in BabysittingM-m-m-My RamonaSay Yes to the DressMaybe BabyWedding or Not Here We Come

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