In a continuation of Full House, D.J. Fuller is a mother of three young boys and is a recent widow. D.J.'s sister Stephanie, her best friend Kimmy and Kimmy's teenage daughter all move in to help raise her sons. The house is now a lot fuller.
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Frank Lambert is a construction worker and a single father of 3 kids: J.T., Alicia "Al", and Brendan. Carol Foster, a beautician, also has 3 children: Dana, Karen, and Mark. After Frank and... See full summary »
Fuller House is a spin-off series based on the hit ABC family sitcom Full House (1987-95) created and executive produced by Jeff Franklin for Netflix. D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron-Bure) is a recently widowed mom to a 13-year-old named Jackson (Michael Campion), 7-year-old named Max (Elias Harger), and a newborn son named Tommy (Fox and Dashiell Messitt). After realizing she is unable to cope with the demands of holding a full time job as a veterinarian in addition to raising three kids, her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and childhood best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber), who is also the mother of a 13-year-old daughter (Soni Bringas), offer to move in to bring up her children. Written by
Jesse and the Rippers attend the going away party and play the song "Forever" despite an 8th season story arch where Jesse was fired from The Rippers and he strove to surpass their success with his new band. However, it's not unreasonable to believe that, at some point over the course of 20 years, they could have made peace and reunited (especially if their 2013 performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is considered canon). See more »
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The critics didn't understand why people liked the first Full House so much and they don't understand Fuller House either. This show was great
it lived up to my personal hype! I was practically raised on this
show and it didn't disappoint. The mix of nostalgia, the feel, and even the new "meta" comments totally fit. As a 30 year old I am right in Fuller House's wheelhouse and I identify with the characters, like I did as a kid. Stephanie was my first-ever crush, and it's interesting that she's where I am in life now too (trying to stay young, be free).
The cast's chemistry never went anywhere, and their pure delight on being on this show shines through. The premise is great, the new characters are good (especially cheeky Ramona) and there are so many great places the show can go with its story. The old cheesy humour remains, but the show is self-aware and points fun at it in great ways. In fact, the irony of how this show comes off in 2016 is part of the genius.
This show is satisfying my itch and my soul, do not pass it over because some critic says it's bad.
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