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 Post subject: Fuller House!
PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2016 12:46 am 
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Anyone else out there watching Fuller House? The acting is campy and horrible, yet there is something so gratifying about going back to a place that was familiar throughout my childhood, and getting to spend time with those same people. I'm loving all the cameos of the original cast, and it's also really emotional to see the cast who were kids when I was kid...going through the same things I am now as an adult (the first half of the season already covered fertility issues, a puppy destroying a couch, and the struggle to choose between friends and family, all things I'm intimately familiar with)

Anyone else loving this as much as I am?

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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i watched the first two. I tried I really did, but I don't think I can watch anymore. Although it does give me a good idea of what my parents had to put up with when I was watching TGIF. I feel for them.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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I'm not ashamed to say I watch it and enjoy it and am looking forward to the second season.


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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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ijustdiedinside wrote:
i watched the first two. I tried I really did, but I don't think I can watch anymore. Although it does give me a good idea of what my parents had to put up with when I was watching TGIF. I feel for them.

My thoughts exactly. Sorry, mom and dad. Sorry about Step by Step too.


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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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I've only seen the trailer so far. I probably watched every episode of Full House when I was a kid, but I don't know if I can stomach it now. I'll give it a try, for nostalgia's sake, but I'm not hopeful.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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I watched it all and I unironically loved it. It's just a 90's sitcom done really well. It's corny and all the jokes don't work, but it's lighthearted and fun. I can't wait for season 2.

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I was a huge Full House fan in the 90s - I'm about the age of Stephanie - and I made it through episode one and thought it was soooo terrible. It was so formulaic, which granted the original was as well, but 90s tv was like that. OMG the laugh track.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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vijita wrote:
ijustdiedinside wrote:
i watched the first two. I tried I really did, but I don't think I can watch anymore. Although it does give me a good idea of what my parents had to put up with when I was watching TGIF. I feel for them.

My thoughts exactly. Sorry, mom and dad. Sorry about Step by Step too.


So much this.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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brian wrote:
I watched it all and I unironically loved it. It's just a 90's sitcom done really well. It's corny and all the jokes don't work, but it's lighthearted and fun. I can't wait for season 2.

Holy chalupas!

THIS.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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Guys, this hurts. It hurts real bad.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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Okay, I did it. I watched the first two. The part of me that's an eternal 12-year-old wants to keep going, but everything adult in my brain hurts. I don't know if I can take any more.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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zelavie wrote:
Okay, I did it. I watched the first two. The part of me that's an eternal 12-year-old wants to keep going, but everything adult in my brain hurts. I don't know if I can take any more.

It gets less cringey after the first two episodes IMO.

I'm mostly watching this show for Baby Tommy and Comet Jr. Jr. Jr., 'cause they are THE CUTEST.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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Jigglypuff wrote:
zelavie wrote:
Okay, I did it. I watched the first two. The part of me that's an eternal 12-year-old wants to keep going, but everything adult in my brain hurts. I don't know if I can take any more.

It gets less cringey after the first two episodes IMO.

I'm mostly watching this show for Baby Tommy and Comet Jr. Jr. Jr., 'cause they are THE CUTEST.


All about Comet jr jr and Cosmo. I can always be bought with a puppy.

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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brian wrote:
I watched it all and I unironically loved it. It's just a 90's sitcom done really well. It's corny and all the jokes don't work, but it's lighthearted and fun. I can't wait for season 2.

Holy chalupas!

I really enjoyed that they included a bunch of jabs at the show and sitcoms in general. Plus the jokes about the twins were just really good. They also briefly opened a window into race with jabs about them being the whitest family in America. It actually made me want to go back and watch the original (which looking back was pretty corny).

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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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So you know the end of the first episode when papa Tanner says he's taking the house off the market and Uncle Joey says "Are you sure, do you know how much this house is worth now?" and there's that horrible canned laughter (because that line slays)? I got curious and found the answer.

Spoilered in case you need to sit down first:


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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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I am genuinely enjoying the show. It is corny and obvious in exactly the same ways the original was. But you know, I don't need all of my television viewing to be insightful or sophisticated. Sometimes I just want silly entertainment, and this show delivers.


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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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Erika Soyf*cker wrote:
So you know the end of the first episode when papa Tanner says he's taking the house off the market and Uncle Joey says "Are you sure, do you know how much this house is worth now?" and there's that horrible canned laughter (because that line slays)? I got curious and found the answer.

Spoilered in case you need to sit down first:



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 Post subject: Re: Fuller House!
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I saw that a few weeks ago! It cracked me up. ^^

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