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A Netflix original series: Fuller House

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On Feb. 26, 2016, “Fuller House,” a Netflix spinoff of the classic 90s television show “Full House,” was released. Since then, it has had three seasons, with season three recently being released Sep. 22, 2017.

As someone who is a big fan of Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier), I was pleased to see how many times they both appeared along with Uncle Joey’s witty jokes and Lori Loughlin, a.k.a Rebecca, a.k.a. Uncle Jesse’s original wife.

I, along with multiple other people, was very disappointed to hear that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played Michelle, skipped in being a part of the spinoff. The people who write the script for Fuller House must have also been a big fan of baby Michelle because they had no problem with putting in a little salt towards the Olsen twins.

Although “Fuller House” isn’t anywhere as good as the original show, it’s still a show that all the nineties children and the teenagers now-a-days (this show should not be recommended for kids under the age of 10) can still enjoy and relive the days of coming home from school and watching the Tanner’s make a fool out of themselves.

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A Netflix original series: Fuller House