History Series / FullHouse

29th Apr '16 12:58:35 AM TitoMosquito
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In April 2015, nearly twenty years after the final episode, Netflix announced plans to create a 13-episode [[{{Main/Revival}} revival]] [[{{Main/Aftershow}} series]], titled ''Series/FullerHouse''. The story will focus on Danny's now grown-up daughters, DJ and Stephanie, along with DJ's best friend Kimmy Gibler as they live in San Francisco with families of their own.

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In April 2015, nearly twenty years after the final episode, Netflix announced plans to create a 13-episode [[{{Main/Revival}} revival]] [[{{Main/Aftershow}} {{revival}} [[{{Aftershow}} series]], titled ''Series/FullerHouse''. The story will focus on Danny's now grown-up daughters, DJ and Stephanie, along with DJ's best friend Kimmy Gibler as they live in San Francisco with families of their own.



* ElSpanishO: DJ helps Kimmy study Spanish for their trip to Spain, in "Captain Video, Part 2".
-->'''Kimmy:''' ''(exhausted)'' Please, Deej, I can't conjugate anymore Spanish, it's after midnight, can we stop now?\\
'''DJ:''' In español.\\
'''Kimmy:''' El sleepo beg-o please-o!
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Jesse's real name is Hermes.



* EmbarrassingFirstName: Jesse's real name is Hermes.
21st Apr '16 10:30:12 PM TitoMosquito
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* ThisIsSomethingHesGotToDoHimself: When Michelle climbs a fence and gets stuck, Danny refuses to help her, and he talks Michelle down from the fence instead. [[note]] Earlier in the episode, Michelle had expressed concern that Danny was babying her. [[/note]]

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* ThisIsSomethingHesGotToDoHimself: When Michelle climbs a fence and gets stuck, Danny refuses to help her, and he talks Michelle down from the fence instead. [[note]] Earlier [[note]]Earlier in the episode, Michelle had expressed concern that Danny was babying her. her.[[/note]]
10th Apr '16 7:09:11 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces due to them potentially dating a guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper upon getting to know him).

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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces due to them potentially dating a guy guys who is are similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper upon getting to know him).
10th Apr '16 7:04:27 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces when they potentially date a guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper upon getting to know him).

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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces when they due to them potentially date dating a guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper upon getting to know him).
10th Apr '16 6:53:36 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper when they get to know him).

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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces when they potentially dating any date a guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper when they get upon getting to know him).
10th Apr '16 5:06:53 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse displays this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper.

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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. In addition, Jesse displays can display this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper.Viper (however, Danny and Jesse ultimately come to accept Viper when they get to know him).
10th Apr '16 4:32:24 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. Jesse, in particular, displays this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper.

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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. Jesse, in particular, In addition, Jesse displays this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper.
10th Apr '16 4:02:45 AM cherrychels
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* OverprotectiveDad: Danny, Jesse, and Joey are protective of the girls, particularly when it comes to dating. Jesse, in particular, displays this trope when he gets protective of his nieces potentially dating any guy who is similar to himself at that age. See DJ and her rock musician boyfriend, Viper.
6th Apr '16 11:04:22 AM girlzpictionary299
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** Dwayne, a recurring character (as Kimmy's boyfriend): "Whatever." The same slang word was also used in ''Film/Clueless'' when Cher Horowith (Alicia Silverstone's character) says this while holding up two thumbs and fingers which resemble the letter "W". Also subverted in the 1999 DVD release (as Cher, Dionne and Tai Fraiser were walking down the stairs, talking to each other on their phones, showing the shortened version of the 1995 teen movie's tagline which is "Sex. Clothes. Popularity. Whatever.")

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** Dwayne, a recurring character (as Kimmy's boyfriend): "Whatever." The same slang word was also used in ''Film/Clueless'' ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' when Cher Horowith (Alicia Silverstone's character) says this while holding up two thumbs and fingers which resemble the letter "W". Also subverted in the 1999 DVD release (as Cher, she, Dionne and Tai Fraiser were walking down the stairs, talking to each other on their phones, showing the shortened version of the 1995 teen movie's tagline which is "Sex. Clothes. Popularity. Whatever.")
6th Apr '16 11:03:40 AM girlzpictionary299
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** Dwayne, a recurring character (as Kimmy's boyfriend): "Whatever."

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** Dwayne, a recurring character (as Kimmy's boyfriend): "Whatever."" The same slang word was also used in ''Film/Clueless'' when Cher Horowith (Alicia Silverstone's character) says this while holding up two thumbs and fingers which resemble the letter "W". Also subverted in the 1999 DVD release (as Cher, Dionne and Tai Fraiser were walking down the stairs, talking to each other on their phones, showing the shortened version of the 1995 teen movie's tagline which is "Sex. Clothes. Popularity. Whatever.")
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