Fishermans Wharf of San Francisco is a popular tourist attraction
Joey throws the three newly engaged couples an engagement dinner at the Yacht Club. He also invited special guests Mr. and Mrs. Gibbler.
Kimmy thanks Joey for the night ahead and for reconnecting her with her parents. Kimmy is going to ask her father to walk her down the aisle at her upcoming wedding. Betty arrives with a singing telegram advising Kimmy and Jimmy that their parents cannot come. An upset Kimmy runs out of the room. D.J. and Stephanie go to follow her but Joey stops them and goes to talk to Kimmy instead.
Joey finds Kimmy hiding amongst the coats in the coat room. Kimmy explains that her parents were always like that way, that's why she spend so much time at the Tanners house. Joey reveals he didn't have the greatest family life either and that's why he spent so much time with Danny and Jesse. Joey and Kimmy discover they both have more in common then they ever knew. Kimmy realises that her parents won't be at her wedding. Joey requests that he would be very honoured if she'd let him walk her down the aisle on her wedding day.
Joey, D.J., Stephanie, Kimmy, Jackson, Ramona, Max, Tommy, Fernando, Steve, and Jimmy all raise glasses and toast "to family... the ones you're born into, and the ones you make".
D.J. and Kimmy tell Max about a field trip they took when they were in the third grade. Their class took a field trip where Kimmy was left sitting on the bus alone. Kimmy was wearing her classic bacon and egg scarf. All the kids always made fun of it. Nobody wanted to sit with her because they thought she was weird. But then D.J. did. D.J. knew Kimmy had to be fun and exciting. D.J. loved how unique Kimmy was and if she changed herself to fit in, she wouldn't be true to herself.