Proving that a show can never have too many catchphrases, 'Full House' lasted eight seasons, and continues to air in syndication, much to the delight of people who don't want to admit things from their childhood actually kind of sucked.
There are two awesome things from the '90s that always top our list of decade favorites: 'Full House' and MC Hammer pants. While it might be a little embarrassing to admit the latter, we're still huge fans of the family show, and we totally wish they'd go 'Boy Meets World' on us and produce a 'Full House' sequel.
The 25th anniversary of 'Full House' has come and gone, and the cast decided to celebrate by reuniting. Meanwhile, the Olsen twins decided to pull a "Dewey" and not show up. We know, big shocker. But everybody else looked very happy and decidedly non-waifish. Take a look!
Dave Coulier, who is most remembered for playing Uncle Joey on the classic sitcom 'Full House,' took part in an interview on a Canadian show. For a skit titled 'Coulier on Coolio' - Coolio being the famous rapper from the 1990s - the actor was asked to talk about the rapper with the similar sounding name. But halfway through the interview, it all goes quite wrong.
It's easy to forget, amid the rumors and the various news items, that the Olsen Twins were a cutesy juggernaut back in the day. It's also easy to forget that everything, and we mean everything, has a convention. Fortunately, this video does the courtesy of reminding us of both.
While most vacationing couples will simply bombard your Facebook news feed with loads of cheesy pictures documenting their good times, the Kaplans chose a more creative route during a trip to San Francisco -- recreating the awesome opening intro for 'Full House.'
A Cappella multi-track master Matt Mulholland is able to recreate the 'Full House' theme song 'Everywhere You Look' using just his vocal chords. He even nails the cheesy, late '80s guitar riffs. Check it out below.