Full House

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Full House
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Full House ran for eight seasons and was one of the few primetime sitcoms to have more than 190 episodes. Early in its run, Full House received awful reviews for being too "cheesy," but it still became a popular favorite with audiences, even as the reviews remained negative throughout its run. Set in San Francisco, this is a show about a very loving family headed by Danny Tanner, who became a single father when his wife, Pam Tanner, was killed in a car accident. Pam's brother Jesse, and Danny's best friend Joey Gladstone moved into the house to help Danny raise his three daughters D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle. Although Full House ended in 1995, with syndication, kids are still growing up with the Tanners just like millions did when the show first started. First Telecast: September 22, 1987 Last Telecast: May 23, 1995 Episodes: 192 Color Episodes
John Stamos

John Stamos

Jesse Katsoplis

Mary-Kate Olsen

Mary-Kate Olsen

Michelle Elizabeth Tanner

Ashley Olsen

Ashley Olsen

Michelle Elizabeth Tanner

Bob Saget

Bob Saget

Daniel Ernest "Danny" Tanner

Lori Loughlin

Lori Loughlin

Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis (recurring Season 2, 1989-1995)

Dave Coulier

Dave Coulier

Joseph Alvin "Joey" Gladstone

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  • yucks

    1.0
    this is the worst show ive seen in my intire life , its too soft , i hate this crap ,
  • Great, but too soft

    7.0
    Unlike Family Matters, this show seems too cruise through serious life problems too easily. The longest family conflicts last about 3 minutes and the charaters dont have enough strain on them to be convincing. Sorry, but this is a realist speaking here, and the family is just too perfect for me.
  • have mercy whoa baby you got it dude

    10
    ok first off youi can tell i love the catchphrases i love the actors! i love the ideas i love the originality and you know what else i'd love to see Disney or nick come up with something this good oh wait they cant becuz all they can do is but snarky cynical teens who sass their parents in our face it is full of love and it was a big hit so all of you haters go watch some cartoons and get a life i'd also love to see the haters come up with 192 clean cute funny episodes of a tv show i repeat they cant so you failmoreless
  • Christ Almighty....

    3.5
    First of all, I'd like to ask everyone HOW THIS SHOW IS GOOD. I JUST DON'T SEE IT. Okay, now onto the review.

    So there's shows on Nick at Nite that are awesome (Friends, Malcolm in the Middle, and then there's Full House. God, this show is horrible. So the premise of the story, I guess, is simple enough. Bob Sagat is a single parent after his wife died because sentimental sob story here. So he calls in two friends, Jon Stamos and Most Annoying Piece of Shit on the Planet, to help him raise his three kids. And when I say Most Annoying Shit on the Planet, I really mean MOST ANNOYING FUCKING SHIT ON THE PLANET. This guy NEVER SHUTS UP. He tries so desperately to make us laugh, and it only makes us puke and cover our eyes and ears. You really start to feel bad for Bob Sagat, as he's known for his extremely raunchy stand-up comedy. Watching him in this way-too-family-friendly show is actually the only comedy you'll get out of the experience. I've heard people say Jon Stamos is handsome, and I guess I couldn't argue that statement per say, but aside from being the pussiest bad boy ever, he really has no character. So the two older kids, played by Candice Cameron and Jodie Sweetin, have little to no personality. Actually, I take that back. Cameron has the personality of eraser shavings, and Sweetin has the personality of sandpaper. The Olsen twins are the elements that I guess "steal the show" with their cringe-worthy one-liners, but with me calling them "cringe-worthy one-liners", you can guess what I think about them.

    The other main problem with the show (as if there wasn't enough before) is that the show's plots are unbelievable and un-relatable. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure some rich people could relate to the gripping storylines, like teaching MASOP how to dance ballet, or WHAT TO DO when your kid accidentally pulls a slot machine and hits the jackpot, but yeah, you're making the show for 1% of humanity to relate to. Watching them treating these petty issues as huge problems is another one of the many cringe-worthy moments in this show. The jokes are some of the worst I've heard in my life. Literally the first joke in the first episode is "oh, the baby's sleeping like a What kind of bullcrap is that?! And that's the comedic HIGHLIGHT of the whole goddamn show! The puns, the one-liners, just every joke they throw at you is insufferable and unbearable.

    On the whole, this show is horrible. It's unfunny, it's dull, it's unrealistic, and it's just plain horrendous. How this show survived eight whole seasons will be beyond anyone's reasoning, but we can all be glad that it's finally dead now.moreless
  • Full house fully packed with fun

    10
    Awsome show.
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    Comedy, Kids

    Themes

    90s, for the nostalgic, feel good comedy, child stars, Coming of Age