The events of Full House were kicked off by the death of Pam, Danny's wife.
As the eldest Tanner daughter, DJ was the first to deal with teenage growing pains.
DJ wasn't the only one to struggle with societal pressure in Full House.
Deaths in sitcoms weren't exactly new when Full House was on the air. The show itself started with the demise of Danny's wife.
Not long after losing her mom, Stephanie developed PTSD after experiencing an intense earthquake in San Francisco.
Full House didn't bring up Pam's death as frequently as some may have hoped, but her demise loomed over the show, especially on her daughters.
Kimmy wasn't the only one who was almost involved in a drunk driving incident in Full House.
In Full House season 5, DJ volunteered in a nursing home where she befriended an elderly gentleman named Eddie as part of the Adopt-a-grandparent program.
Throughout Full House's run, Stephanie had found herself in tricky situations. However, as much trouble as DJ got from being friends with Kimmy, at least the oldest Tanner daughter had a reliable friend.
The Tanner kids losing their mom was tragic, but at least they have three parental figures who loved them unconditionally in Full House.