Becky puts an end to the scam, but justifies her husband's actions - he just wanted what's best for their twins.
During Season 6 in 1993, an episode titled "Be True to Your Pre-School" found Uncle Jesse - played by John Stamos - desperate to impress the school's administrators after a play date with another set of parents. Giannulli's attorney said part of the reason they came to this agreement was with the hopes that Loughlin, also indicted in the case, would receive the same bond deal as well as be allowed to travel to Vancouver.
This was not the only time "Full House" addressed cheating and school admission.
This next meme references a specific clip from Full House when Uncle Jesse looks at SAT test answers in DJ Tanner's class.
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"Full House" fans reacted to the news by drawing parallels to the show.
Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli (yes, Mossimo from Target) allegedly paid $500,000 for their daughters Isabella and Olivia Jade (who is a YouTube star) to attend the University of Southern California as recruits for the crew team, even though the girls allegedly never competed in crew.
Jesse "embellishes" both the twins' and his own credentials, a scam that's undone when Becky admits the scheme to the preschool's admissions officer.
Loughlin and fellow actor Felicity Huffman, of Desperate Housewives fame, are among 50 people charged in an alleged criminal enterprise to get their children into top universities in the US. Huffman, who was also charged in the scandal, allegedly paid $15,000 for her older daughter's answers to be changed on the Saturday.
CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman told "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday that the parents involved could be facing "serious time" in prison if convicted - not the sitcom-style happy ending Loughlin is used to.