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10 Things That Make No Sense About Home Improvement

Amidst a crowded assortment of 90s sitcoms that focused on the raucous, rowdy nature of family life, Home Improvement carved out its own niche. It wasn't as saccharine as Full House or as bawdy as Roseanne, as cynical as Seinfeld, or take itself as seriously as Frasier. It managed to strike a balance between slapstick comedy and feel-good comedic melodrama. It focused on reckless patriarch Tim Taylor balancing his fictitious home improvement show, with his life at home shared by his caustic wife Jill and their three boys.

Peppered among the immature moments with power tools were instances of true heart and hilarity. Still, throughout its many seasons, certain plot points started to stand out in their irreconcilability. Why did Al always appear to be wearing the same shirt? Why didn't Tim ever get that pipe in the basement fixed? Below, you'll find ten things about Home Improvement that would confuse even Wilson.
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Happy Birthday, John Stamos! See His Cutest Pics With Son Billy

Happy Birthday, John Stamos! See His Cutest Pics With Son Billy
Happy birthday, John Stamos! The Full House actor, who turns 56 today, traded in being America's favorite uncle to being a real-life dad last April when he welcomed his son, Billy Stamos, to the world!  Stamos had been public about his desire to become a father for quite some time. In an interview with E! News, the star admitted that while he had been seen as a playboy in the past, he had been "praying" for the day to take on the role of being called "dad". In 2016, Stamos starting dating the woman who would make that dream come true. Just a few months into their relationship, Stamos popped the question to Caitlin McHugh and a few years later they became...
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How ‘Fleabag’ Creator-Star Phoebe Waller-Bridge Took a Journey From Hot Priest to James Bond

How ‘Fleabag’ Creator-Star Phoebe Waller-Bridge Took a Journey From Hot Priest to James Bond
An edited version of this story on Phoebe Waller-Bridge first appeared in the Down to the Wire issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is nominated for four 2019 Emmys, which puts her high in the ranks of all of this year’s nominees. And two of those nominations are for Outstanding Comedy Series for Fleabag and Outstanding Drama Series for “Killing Eve,” an impressive twofer that only Frank Rich and Georgia Pritchett (producers on both “Veep” and “Succession”) can match among this year’s nominees.

Plus, she received acting and writing nominations for “Fleabag” — and she’s right up there with “Schitt’s Creek” co-stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara on adventurous TV viewers’ lists of reasons to think the Television Academy got it right this year.

Also Read: TCA Awards Winners: 'Fleabag' Takes Home 3 Trophies, 'Russian Doll' Named Best Newcomer

All of this gives Waller-Bridge
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Ranking the Top Five Aurora Teagarden Movies from Lifetime

What do you get when you put an ambitious young librarian in a show that has to do with mystery and murder? You get the Aurora Teagarden Mysteries starring Candace Cameron Bure, one of our favorite former child actors from Full House. It might not seem like the most well put together show to some people but for Hallmark it’s definitely been a rather popular series and one that won’t have a whole lot of competition any longer given that Lori Loughlin’s time with the network is pretty much done. Yeah, that was shameless dig, but it’s still honest enough

Ranking the Top Five Aurora Teagarden Movies from Lifetime
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Watch Nick Offerman Take Over Full House in This Crazy Mash Up

If you watched the video you can close your jaw now. Yes, feel free to laugh since this mashup of Nick Offerman taking over the Full House cast was nothing short of hilarious…creepy, but hilarious all the same. To be honest it wasn’t too bad until they got to the kids, and then it’s a big hope that you weren’t drinking or eating something since you might have choked or done a serious spit-take on account of the girls hitting puberty in a very early and weird way. There’s no denying that Offerman is a funny guy and probably cracked

Watch Nick Offerman Take Over Full House in This Crazy Mash Up
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Fuller House: 5 Best Friendships (& 5 Worst)

Airing from 1987 to 1995 for a total of eight seasons, Full House is one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time, a warm and fuzzy example of comfort television from the bygone era of Tgif programming. In 2016, Netflix capitalized on the ongoing popularity of this family friendly series by launching a spinoff revival entitled Fuller House, which now followed the all grown up characters DJ Tanner, Stephanie Tanner, and Kimmy Gibbler as they navigated life as adults and parents.

Related: Fuller House: All Of The Family's Significant Others, Ranked

In many ways, Fuller House doesn't live up to the legacy of Full House. But the series is sweet, relaxing, and totally comfortable and fun to watch. Unlike most series geared toward younger viewers, there isn't much romantic drama, or overly wrought lessons that end every episode. Instead, the series focuses primarily on family and friendships. Here, we're taking a look
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Dennis Masel’s Newly Launched Camera Ready Pictures To Debut First Feature ‘The Giant’ At Tiff

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Dennis Masel’s Newly Launched Camera Ready Pictures To Debut First Feature ‘The Giant’ At Tiff
Exclusive: Former Creative Circle COO and Co-Founder Dennis Masel’s new film production company Camera Ready Pictures will kick off their launch with their first feature The Giant which will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Based in New York City and Los Angeles, Camera Ready Pictures has set its second feature Hell House which will start principal photography in October. Both films are character-driven arthouse thrillers which go in line with the company’s vision of boundary-pushing cinema.

“Technology and distribution models surrounding storytelling have changed,” said Masel. “Camera Ready’s interest is in stewarding the original French notion of ‘cinema’ alongside those changes, making sure aesthetic and intellectual excellence keep time with technological innovation, and ensuring that artists who are formally responding to these shifts in film language are strongly supported and loudly heard.”

The Giant is a coming-of-age horror film written and directed by David Raboy.
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The Morning Watch: Nick Offerman Plays Everyone in ‘Full House’, ‘Iron Giant’ Book Comparison & More

The Morning Watch: Nick Offerman Plays Everyone in ‘Full House’, ‘Iron Giant’ Book Comparison & More
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch the Full House opening credits improved exponentially […]

The post The Morning Watch: Nick Offerman Plays Everyone in ‘Full House’, ‘Iron Giant’ Book Comparison & More appeared first on /Film.
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New Full House deepfake gives every character the Ron Swanson treatment

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Dr. Fakenstein, the video tool savy genius who gave us such internet hits as Cardi B as The Rock, Mike Tyson in Family Matters Intro, and Keanu Reeves' Sesame Street is at it again with their latest video, Full House of Mustaches. The mesmerizing and inherently creepy video takes the intro to ABC's 1987-1995 family comedy series Full House to another level by replacing all the…
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Inside the TCA Awards: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Is the Best, Michelle Williams Shouts Out ‘Full House’

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Inside the TCA Awards: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Is the Best, Michelle Williams Shouts Out ‘Full House’
The 2019 TCA Awards are all handed out, but there was more to see Saturday than just some trophy presentations. TheWrap was in attendance at the Beverly Hilton’s International Ballroom, where Showtime late-night hosts Desus & Mero emceed the annual summer event.

Here’s what else we witnessed:

We’re All Winners!

Well, not really — but here’s the complete list of people who did win.

Take a Seat, Desus & Mero

Our hosts performed their monologue on a pair of chairs with some booze at the ready betwixt them. Desus Nice wore a traditional tux with the bowtie undone. The Kid Mero rocked a nice suit and tie beneath his trademark ball cap. Mero was quick to point out that he even wore his lone pair of dress socks for the occasion. Nice touch.

Also Read: TCA Awards Winners: 'Fleabag' Takes Home 3 Trophies, 'Russian Doll' Named Best Newcomer

The
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Family Healing, Low-Key Living and a Decidedly United Front: Inside Lori Loughlin's Life in Limbo

Family Healing, Low-Key Living and a Decidedly United Front: Inside Lori Loughlin's Life in Limbo
It's been four months since Lori Loughlin's life irrevocably changed. The Full House actress and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, were two of several parents arrested in March of this year in connection to an alleged nationwide college exam cheating scandal—dubbed Operation Varsity Blues by the Feds—and indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. The indictment alleged that Loughlin and her husband had "agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters [Isabella Rose Giannulli, 20, and Olivia Jade Giannulli, 19] designated as recruits to the USC crew team—despite the fact that they did not participate in...
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Lori Loughlin's Daughters Bella and Olivia Jade Break Instagram Silence For a Very Special Occasion

Lori Loughlin's Daughters Bella and Olivia Jade Break Instagram Silence For a Very Special Occasion
Have mercy: There may be peace at last in Lori Loughlin's home. After months of complete radio silence on social media, the actress' daughters Isabella Rose Giannulli, 20, and Olivia Jade Giannulli, 19, returned to Instagram for a special occasion: Their mom's 55th birthday. "Happy birthday mama," Bella captioned a black and white photo of her with the Full House star. "I love you." Olivia was quick to comment, writing "my people" alongside a red heart emoji. The sweet tribute marks Bella's first post since January. Back in early March, Lori and her...
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Fuller House: All Of The Family's Significant Others, Ranked

Fuller House, sequel to the late 80s/early 90s sitcom Full House, has run for four seasons on Netflix, with the fifth and final one set to debut in late 2019. Through the series, relationships have been an integral storyline for everybody (from the parental units to the teens), including failed relationships, unrequited ones, confusing ones, and happily-ever-afters.

Related: The Myers-Briggs Types Of Fuller House Characters

This has seen many “significant” others come into the life of the Tanner family/extended family. So, who are the best significant others? Let's take a look! Here they all are, ranked.
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5 Things Orange Is The New Black Did Better Than Weeds (& 5 Things Weeds Did Better)

Weeds and Orange is the New Black are cult classics created by the brilliant Jenji Kohan. Kohan is known for creating oddball TV shows that burst with quirky characters followed by their shameless antics that could make Shameless itself seem as tame as Full House.

Related: Orange Is The New Black Season 7 Trailer: The Series Finale Explores Life After Prison

Whether it's her series about a recently widowed mother who is trying to make ends meet by entering into the drug business or her prison dramedy filled with utterly unique inmates, Jk always manages to bring something different to the table, leaving viewers fascinated. What does Weeds do better than Orange is the New Black? What does Orange is the New Black do better than Weeds? Keep on reading to find out!
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Family Matters: 10 Storylines That Were Never Resolved

The mid-'90s was something of a golden period for family-centered sitcoms, with programs like Full House, Home Improvement, and Step by Step focusing on the trials and tribulations of large, rowdy broods with hapless fathers, angsty teens, and wacky neighbors. Family Matters, which aired on ABC from 1989 until 1997 (and then on CBS from '97-'98) was centered nicely into the niche left by The Cosby Show, and just to the right of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

It focused on policeman Carl Winslow, his wife Harriette (a character from Perfect Strangers), their three children, her mother, and the irrepressible Steve Urkel. "Urkel" and his many zany catchphrases and geeky oddness became the focus of the series as time went on, allowing for more bizarre storylines like cloning and possessed puppets. Over the course of nine seasons, many of the plot points introduced were never touched on again, to varying
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Which Classic Tgif Sitcoms Should Warner Streaming Service Revive?

WarnerMedia is looking to make the mood right all over again. To help feed its upcoming streaming service, the media conglomerate is reportedly considering rebooting or reviving classic Tgif sitcoms— including Step by Step, Family Matters, Perfect Strangers and Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper — according to TVLine’s sister site Deadline.

For those tragically unfamiliar, Tgif was an ABC programming block of family comedies that aired on Friday nights in the 1990s. Along with the aforementioned shows, Tgif also brought us classic series like Full House, Boy Meets World and Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

The report stresses that no actual plans
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WarnerMedia Streamer Eyes Reboots Of Warner Bros TV TGIF Comedies Like ‘Step by Step’, ‘Perfect Strangers’ & ‘Family Matters’

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WarnerMedia Streamer Eyes Reboots Of Warner Bros TV TGIF Comedies Like ‘Step by Step’, ‘Perfect Strangers’ & ‘Family Matters’
Exclusive: More than three years ago, Netflix successfully opened a new area of original programming, the family sitcom, with a reboot of Warner Bros TV’s Tgif comedy Full House. The sequel series was a breakout hit, tapping into nostalgia for those who had grown up with the original series while also drawing a new generation of viewers.

That success was probably not lost on WarnerMedia executives as they are prepping the launch of a streaming platform to rival Netflix and have been discussing with Warner Bros TV brass library titles they can exploit for the new service.

I hear the WarnerMedia streamer is eyeing reboots of other Wbtv-produced classic Tgif comedies, like Step by Step, Perfect Strangers, its spinoff Family Matters, as well as Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper. Sources stressed that talks are in exploratory stages, and it’s unclear whether any of the potential revivals would come to fruition,
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John Stamos on Whether or Not Fuller House Will Address Lori Loughlin's Absence in Season 5

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Fuller House is returning for its fifth and final season, but there is one key cast member who will not be returning. Following Lori Loughlin's involvement in the college admissions cheating scam earlier this year, Netflix announced that the actress will not be reprising her role as Aunt Becky on the Full House spinoff. Now that filming for the final season has officially begun, the one question on everyone's minds is: How will the show address her character's absence?

Well, it seems like the cast is just as unsure as the fans are. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, John Stamos, who plays Loughlin's onscreen husband and is also a producer for the show, admitted that they are still trying to "figure it out." Since Stamos and Loughlin often make guest-appearances together, he explained that it hasn't come up yet because he hasn't started filming.

"I'm going to talk
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John Stamos Has Ideas For Another Full House Spinoff

John Stamos Has Ideas For Another Full House Spinoff
Fuller House may currently be heading into its fifth and final season, but John Stamos doesn't think this has to be the end of the story of this family. "I don't think it's done either," he told E! News while promoting the annual 4th of July concert A Capitol Fourth, which he hosts. "I think there's a play that we go backward, like what happened before?" "If you remember in the pilot of the show, my sister Pam dies, and that's why it's the three men raising the three girls, so I'd like to explore that—the brother/sister, maybe go back. We'll see," he continued. Full House was about Danny (Bob Saget), Jesse (Stamos), and Joey...
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John Stamos on Whether or Not Fuller House Will Address Lori Loughlin's Absence in Season 5

John Stamos on Whether or Not Fuller House Will Address Lori Loughlin's Absence in Season 5
Fuller House is returning for its fifth and final season, but there is one key cast member who will not be returning. Following Lori Loughlin's involvement in the college admissions cheating scam earlier this year, Netflix announced that the actress will not be reprising her role as Aunt Becky on the Full House spinoff. Now that filming for the final season has officially begun, the one question on everyone's minds is: How will the show address her character's absence?

Well, it seems like the cast is just as unsure as the fans are. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, John Stamos, who plays Loughlin's onscreen husband and is also a producer for the show, admitted that they are still trying to "figure it out." Since Stamos and Loughlin often make guest-appearances together, he explained that it hasn't come up yet because he hasn't started filming.

"I'm going to talk
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