Much of the original cast of the aggressively cheesy sitcom Full House are onboard to revive the show. Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier and others have all signed on to reprise their heart warming characters. No word yet from the kids with all the eating disorders and drug addictions. To be clear, they don't just want to do a special reunion episode, they want to turn Full House into a show again. Full House re-runs still garner good ratings, proving the American public's appetite for decades old generic shlock remains solid. John Stamos actually owns a piece of the Full House franchise which explains his lack of willingness to brainstorm an original idea. Former cast member Lori Laughlin is not convinced rehashing an already terrible show is a great move:
"Sometimes I think that it's better off to leave those TV shows as they were and not do reunion shows."Whoa, sounds like some uppity bitch is blessed with artistic integrity. Expect a change of heart when Stamos makes it clear she can purchase a new yacht for the price of swallowing her pride. Some fans of Full House will probably have their childhoods shattered by the inevitably bland and unfunny remake, but if you were a huge fan of Full House growing up, your childhood probably sucked anyway because you were intensely dull and without friends.
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