Hey, everyone who just refuses to let the 1990s go, a Full House revival is once again in talks, but this time, it might actually happen! Original executive producers Jeff Franklin and Bob Boyett — as well as a number of original cast members — are all on board to mine your nostalgia for dollar signs.
But according to actor Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit, who played one of Uncle Jesse’s mutant twin children and was not invited to participate in the reunion, “As far as I know, the new show is not a [Full House reunion] … it will revolve around a few characters from the show though.” Adding even more fuel to this speculative fire is the fact that John Stamos, Dave Coulier, and Bob Saget have been making an unusual number of public appearances together. This seems to suggest that the new series will be about three old men living together in San Francisco, which is less of a sitcom and more of an excerpt from a census report. Read more on Cracked…
The new tumblr Michelle Foucalt combines two greats, “Full House” character Michelle Tanner and legendary philosopher Michel Foucault. Whatever brilliant mind put together this blog forces us to ponder the more sobering questions of French philosophy alongside images of everyone’s favorite Tanner. Now we know what would’ve happened if “Full House” hadn’t been canceled before Michelle had a chance to go off to liberal arts college. [Cosmopolitan] [Photo: Tumblr]
Dave Coulier, who most of us know best as Uncle Joey, got married to his girlfriend Melissa Bring on Wednesday, and most of the “Full House” crew was on the guest list. Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber, show creator Jeff Franklin, Bob Saget, and John Stamos were all in attendance. The gang Instagrammed the whole thing, leaving the rest of us wishing we shared inside jokes with Uncle Jesse too. Keep reading »
Bob Saget, Dave Coulier and John Stamos (or rather, Danny, Uncle Joey and Uncle Jesse) are getting ready for their Super Bowl reunion by hanging out together on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” The three hung out with Jimmy on set, complete with heart-warming music and the kind of goofiness that only happens when that many comedians are in one room at the same time. Spoiler alert: Uncle Jesse is still a hunk. Time for a “Full House” marathon! [NYMag.com]
John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget aren’t all together in the same room very often, so Rihanna, who visiting “Good Morning America” as well, wisely recognized she may never get a chance to photobomb the trio again. RiRi, you sneaky. [Twitter]