this weekend, a good chunk of the cast from the sitcom Full House met up for creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday extravaganza, and they ended up getting onstage and signing the theme song, “Everywhere you Look,” for the hit series. It's definitely worth a watch.
Here at Cinema Blend, we hope you’re having the best Thanksgiving of your life, because the holidays are about spending time with those you love. (Among other gravy-covered things.) But we’re not so naïve to think that happiness is the only emotion happening any time a big group of family members gets together. At least you don't have to spend the holidays with these people.
Lead characters might get the television commercials and the headlines, but it’s often the supporting characters who are the difference between a TV program being a lot of fun and stinking to high heaven.
Armed with only an ominously driven piano score and complete detachment from a laugh track, I’d have to assume any episode of Full House would seem a bit off. But this is the deceased granddaddy of all creepy compilation vids.
It's almost impossible to picture Full House without Michelle. What would the 80s sitcom be without her baby humor and catch-phrases? You really want to see what the series might look like minus both Olsen twins? You got it, dude! Some clever YouTuber deleted Michelle from the opening credits and a small segment to show us what the series would be like without Michelle.
The Full House guys have been reuniting all over the place lately. After spying them in the teaser for the Dannon Super Bowl ad, funny-men John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier popped up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night to help counsel
Nostalgia and Super Bowl commercials have been a winning combination in the past. Remember how excited we were when Ferris Bueller re-emerged for that Honda ad? Well, have mercy, because Jesse Katsopolis, Joey Gladstone and Danny Tanner — beloved uncles and dad from the sitcom Full House have reunited for an ad that's set to air during this year's Super Bowl.
However, if you’ve caught a few outlets noting that some of the characters from Full House are making their way back to television thanks to an updated series following a grown-up Stephanie and DJ, and you believed those outlets, you’ve fall for a bunch of baloney. And not the kind you slap between two pieces of bread.
Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paperboy and Jesse and the Rippers rocking out at the Smash Club every Friday night? Well, not this Friday night. Because this Friday night, the Full House band will be reuniting for an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Uncle Jesse back at the mic? Have mercy!
Seven-year-old Maggie Elizabeth Jones is pretty new to the television scene, having only appeared on television via two TV movies, Game Time: Tackling the Past and Most Likely To Succeed. However, if she exhibits the charm and the wit we’ve seen from the youngster in her past roles, Ben and Kate is bound to have a leg up on the competition. We’ll have a better idea of which side of the line Ben and Kate falls on later tonight, but until then, the show seems like a convenient enough excuse to look back on some of the children who have made us smile over the years.
"What ever happened to predictability? The milk man, the paperboy and evening TV?" At the risk of making some of us feel old, first thing Monday morning, Full House celebrated its 25th Anniversary this weekend. The ABC comedy series made its debut on September 22, 1987. What does the cast look like today? Check out this reunion photo to see (most of) them back together!
Dave Coulier and Flava Flav in a TV show together? Cut it out! (Insert hand gestures here). The Full House star spoke of such a scenario in a recent interview about his webseries Can’t Get Arrested, which has him teamed up with fellow Full House vet Jodie Sweetin.
John Stamos on Glee? Come on, people, say it with me! “Have mercy!” Ok, my joke might be a bit dated as Stamos has done other things since his Full House days but there’s a whole generation
If the main character just woke out of an episode-long dream sequence, then things have gone real bad in the writing room. Follow this helpful little guide to know if a television writer's creative juices have just stopped flowing.
This I’ve got to see. Comedy Central announced that Bob Saget will be roasted this August. And who will serve as Roast Master for the event? One hint: Have Mercy. That’s right, John Stamos (who played Uncle Jesse in Full House, alongside Saget – in case you’re too young or were too cool to watch the series when it was on) is set to host the event, which will air on Comedy Central on Sunday, August 17th at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.