You have to join the group fullhousefreaks, telling why you want to join and how you love Full House, but it's worth it! 1.3 MB of stuff in a diary type form from all the characters. It has Danny's depression over losing Pam and what happens because of it, talks about how Jesse faked graduation and whether Pam knew or suspected, what happened to everyone after the series, even a big Book Universe section with the Sam Series, a friend's series of stories that is awesome! If the stuff in here's not canon, it should be :-) You'll see things never before talked about, too, like how Steph helped Gia, or some of the crazy things Kimmy did during her class Presidency. A fair amount of dialogue, too.
Oh, *no* haters of the show, please. ALthough, some of those who dislike certain things will find rational explanations in this thing, mostly for D.J.'s emotionalism, when you read and realize what Danny's ignroing things realistically would have put her through. If you would rather not put yourself in another's shoes to understand better, it's your loss.
It forces one to think,but if you want to read and have things explained in a logical fashion, then you'll enjoy this.
With that, I am retiring from this group.
As a final note, i want to thank you all for putting up with me. I tend to be very focused on those "little things" like Columbo, but I don't nitpick, I insist on finding answers. The ones in the Chronology are all very plausible, I think, though I'l admit a few things could have gone one way or the other. I'm hopeful that it'll help everyone else think, too. Sometimes, the answer is there, it just has to be found.
I don't know, maybe it's a tiny bit of Asperger's - I've read that Lt. Columbo might also have that, with the way the famous detective acts at times. (Then again, is it all just a ploy with him?) I may focus on trying to make things more realistic in a fictional universe than most, but it's a great challenge, and lots of fun, as I tried to determine exactly how, psychologically, all this would work within the family.
Thanks again, and God Bless.
Edited on 03/21/2006 6:23am