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I'm rewatching Season 2 and it's the episode where Stephanie, Rebecca and everyone is stuck in the fake jail. Kimmy is hilarious and I would watch a show like that at 9 am when I'm home with my kids and need some random humor. I hope as the show wraps up and they do a how everyone ends up...Kimmy and cohost have a show.

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Something I'll never understand is how come after producing the first season of "Fuller House" on Netflix, why didn't Netflix add Full House right away? they saw the popularity the original show still had when they were directing the Fuller House pilot.

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Do you think Fuller house should be part of the lineup and leave netflix ? I for one think the NETFLIX deal is a far lucrative deal as more people watch Netflix than TV.

https://deadline.com/2018/05/abc-schedule-fall-2018-19-schedule-upfronts-new-shows-roseanne-greys-anatomy-black-ish-alec-baldwin-1202391352/

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Does anyone have any information about who played the newborn baby Michelle in this season 2 episode? It is the scene where the Tanner family is watching home movies. I know Elizabeth Olsen was born just a month or so before the episode aired so I wonder if it could be her, but I can’t find anything about it.

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Does anyone know offhand what episode of Full House “don’t have a cow” was said for the first time? Thank you!

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Trying to remember what episode title/number/season it appeared in, but the only thing I can remember is in that episode, Max and Ramona were watching a Lifetime Original Movie where it's mentioned that Lori Loughlin was a part of, and both of them cried while watching it. Help a viewer out to remember this episode. Thanks!

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I love Full House so much, but I can't stand Joey! I find his personality cringey and annoying. He somehow lands gorgeous, lovely women yet he's abrasive and immature and OH GOD that season 8 haircut. Also, I usually skip his stand-up routines in the show.

His storyline in Fuller House annoys me as well; how on earth did someone so full of advice and love while raising the girls end up with 4 bratty, uncontrollable kids?

Does anyone else feel the same or am I just hating on the guy for no reason? If you genuinely like Joey please tell me why!

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So I didn't grow up in the US and also I was born in '91, so I've never seen Full House before, but I'm watching it now and think it's genuinely amazing.

How cute is Bob Saget circa season two.

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Im watching full house for the 1st time (I live in the UK and it was never the household name it was in the states) im on season 4 and I just cant watch any time John Stamos sings or plays with his band. I have to ffw every time. Its just so corny, even for this type of early 90's family show. Just wondering was it as cringe inducing back in its heyday when it was first aired? Or is it just me?

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Anyone noticed that in Full House season 1 episode 10, Joey gets his own bedroom in the garage amd moves from the alcove, whereas in Episode 12 Our very first Promo, Joey and Jesse search for the ferret in the unchanged original garage before it becomes Joey's bedroom? What were they thinking?!

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