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From Farnush Amiri
Aunt Becky's moral compass was directed exactly where Laurie Lawlin
In the episode, "Be faithful to your pre-school education," the character of Lawlin and her husband, Jessie Katsopolis, played by John Stamos, are forced to make a hard decision to want the best for their children and potentially commit a crime.
After realizing that their twins would not be admitted to prestigious pre-school in San Francisco, Jesse decides to take things in their own hands by taking the "quick procedure" and inventing information on the application form.  "The most important thing in the world right now is their education," Jesse says in the episode. "I am their father – if I do not lie about them, who will do it?"
Laflin's character feels awkward about the whole thing and ends up with school administrators about their plan.
TikTok videos and GIF that illuminate the far-reaching federal indictment.
a clip that reappeared from the 80's and 90's, the character of Tanner's Dream has a dream of seeing Jesse steal a satellite brochure with the test answers and trying to use walkie-talkies to get her gave the answers.
One social media user shared a clip with an episode from the show with DC. opening a letter of rejection from Stanford University saying "It should have been a bit nicer for Aunt Becky."
Other online users were looking at some of the more recent tweets in Laflin that wrote, "There are a lot more important things than money doing the right thing."
The star of " The Full House "wiped her account at Instagram and Twitter shortly after the federal indictment was printed." Lawlin and fashion designer Mosimo Giannuli agreed to pay $ 500,000 in bribes to reinforce the chances of their two daughters receiving at the University of Southern California, the court newspapers reported agrees to keep his daughter admitted and the silence scheme
The star of desperate hosts, Felicity Hayfman, was also charged and arrested in the FBI investigation, codenamed "Opera Verluys Blues." She and her husband, actor William H. Macy , have paid $ 15,000 to get one of their daughters unlimited time for their test, say prosecutors