You have 25 unexpected secrets about Full House, Dude!
Humane, Happy home fan.
It’s been more than 26 years since ABC unexpectedly withdrew from the TGIF mainline after eight wildly successful seasons, blaming the decision to raise production costs as ratings are still pretty solid. After all, a whopping 24 million people tuned in to see the show’s finale, a two-part episode in which little Michelle Tanner (played quite iconicly by twins) Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) temporarily lost her memory, when the series aired on May 23, 1995.
And in those two and a half decades, our obsession and affection for the ultimate ’90s icon has gone. It has given us a series of five-season sequels, Fuller House, ended over the summer on Netflix. That’s why it’s frowned upon for us to have a star (cough Lori Loughlin ho) caught with the Feds.
And that’s why we refuse to listen when the Olsen twins tell us over and over again that they’re not interested in revisiting a role they’ve been in before they’ve given their cognitive thought. (You just know there are fans out there holding a glimmer of hope that there’s still a surprise guest in store when Fuller House final’s night.)