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28th Aug '17 3:47:04 PM palmer7
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* Joey stayed around because he was and is part of the "family".



While they celebrate Christmas every year, it is possible Danny is non practicing. No mention of faith is mentioned throughout the series, but Danny uses idioms from time to time. Bob Saget is Jewish in real life, as is the actress who plays Danny's mom. In one of the early Christmas episodes he wishes viewers on his show a Merry Christmas and a Happy Hannukah. Jesse's mom seems AmbiguouslyJewish as well, and she uses several Jewish idioms in her appearances.

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While they celebrate Christmas every year, it is possible Danny is non practicing. No mention of faith is mentioned throughout the series, but Danny uses idioms from time to time. Bob Saget is Jewish in real life, as is the actress who plays Danny's mom. In one of the early Christmas episodes he wishes viewers on his show a Merry Christmas and a Happy Hannukah. Hanukkah. Jesse's mom seems AmbiguouslyJewish as well, and she uses several Jewish idioms in her appearances.
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* Jewish idioms have become part of the mainstream vocabulary, especially by 1987.



In order to hide their relationship, Danny started dating and eventually married his boyfriend Jesse's sister. As his career in broadcasting took off he decided that it would be good for his public image to be a family man so he encouraged his wife have a relationship with his heterosexual best friend Joey with the understanding that the kids would be raised as Tanners. Later, when Jesse's career as a rockstar was taking off, Danny returned the favor and arranged for his co-host Becky to be Jesse's Beard, eventually marrying him. And when it became desirable to have kids as part of their public image, once again Joey stepped in to help.

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In order to hide their relationship, Danny started dating and eventually married his boyfriend Jesse's sister. As his career in broadcasting took off he decided that it would be good for his public image to be a family man so he encouraged his wife have a relationship with his heterosexual best friend Joey with the understanding that the kids would be raised as Tanners. Later, when Jesse's career as a rockstar was taking off, Danny returned the favor and arranged for his co-host Becky to be Jesse's Beard, eventually marrying him. And when it became desirable to have kids as part of their public image, once again Joey stepped in to help.help.

* So that's why Joey's never gotten a steady girl? I thought it was because he was a man child goofball.
26th Jun '17 11:01:09 PM beatpole
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26th Jun '17 11:00:55 PM beatpole
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Now, with ''Series/FullerHouse'' produced, we're seeing what happens next...

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Now, with ''Series/FullerHouse'' produced, we're seeing what happens next...next...

[[WMG: Danny and Jesse are lovers]]
In order to hide their relationship, Danny started dating and eventually married his boyfriend Jesse's sister. As his career in broadcasting took off he decided that it would be good for his public image to be a family man so he encouraged his wife have a relationship with his heterosexual best friend Joey with the understanding that the kids would be raised as Tanners. Later, when Jesse's career as a rockstar was taking off, Danny returned the favor and arranged for his co-host Becky to be Jesse's Beard, eventually marrying him. And when it became desirable to have kids as part of their public image, once again Joey stepped in to help.
22nd Apr '16 11:33:08 PM Gravidef
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** Pam was also 100% Greek; hair-dye aint hereditary.

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** Pam was also 100% Greek; hair-dye aint ain't hereditary.



All credit for this theory goes to Billy Superstar and the amazing comment team at Full House Reviewed: Bridget, Lupinthe8th, Sarah Portland, and others. Check them out: https://therealfullhousereviewed.wordpress.com/

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All credit for this theory goes to blogger Billy Superstar and the amazing comment team at Full House Reviewed: Bridget, Lupinthe8th, [=Lupinthe8th=], Sarah Portland, teebore, and others. Check them out: https://therealfullhousereviewed.wordpress.com/
22nd Apr '16 11:29:25 PM Gravidef
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All credit for this theory goes to Billy Superstar and the amazing comment team at Full House Reviewed: Bridget, Sarah Portland, and others. Check them out: https://therealfullhousereviewed.wordpress.com/

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All credit for this theory goes to Billy Superstar and the amazing comment team at Full House Reviewed: Bridget, Lupinthe8th, Sarah Portland, and others. Check them out: https://therealfullhousereviewed.wordpress.com/
22nd Apr '16 11:28:35 PM Gravidef
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Once, long before the show began, evil entities reigned over the planet. These creatures, like those in the Lovecraft mythos, feasted on the sanity of mortals. As civilization expanded, these entities deliberately put themselves into ShapeshifterModeLock, disguising themselves as locations around the world to help themselves to human minds. However, some individuals gifted with PsychicPowers were able to resist this corruption and trained others to do the same. The result was a war that is still waged today.


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Once, long before the show began, evil entities reigned over the planet. These creatures, like those in the Lovecraft mythos, feasted on the sanity of mortals. As civilization expanded, these entities deliberately put themselves into ShapeshifterModeLock, disguising themselves as locations around the world to help themselves to human minds. However, some individuals gifted with PsychicPowers were able to resist this corruption the evil of the creatures, fought against them, and trained others to do the same. The result was a war that is still waged today.




The final confrontation of this pitched battle comes at the end of Season Seven: D.J. and Stephanie are able to combine their nascent powers to bring back the man who originally owned the Full House and compel him to purchase it again. As the House has already pair-bonded with Michelle, this would severely weaken its grip in our world and possibly even kill it. So it resists by granting Michelle even greater power, and she's able to convince everyone (via a tearful speech) that the House is their home and they can't leave. She convinces them (note that in the episode, it's only the ''adults'', not D.J. and Stephanie, who are shown to decide Michelle is right), and thus binds the family to the Full House.


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The final confrontation of this pitched battle comes at the end of Season Seven: D.J. and Stephanie are able to combine their nascent powers to bring back the man who originally owned the Full House and compel him to purchase it again. As the House has already pair-bonded with Michelle, this would severely weaken its grip in our world and possibly even kill it. So it resists by granting Michelle even greater power, and she's able to convince everyone (via a tearful speech) that the House is their home and they can't leave. She convinces them This works (note that in the episode, it's only the ''adults'', not D.J. and Stephanie, who are shown to decide Michelle is right), and thus binds the family to the Full House.

House...forever.

22nd Apr '16 11:25:52 PM Gravidef
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Danny calls his brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran, to help raise his children; the Full House makes its first move by compelling him to summon Joey Gladstone, an old friend, as well, though there's no reason to do so. As time passes, the House slowly starts feeding on the minds of those within it, gradually warping their personalities. Jesse abruptly declares that his "real" name is Katsopolis (the House is trying to weaken the Cochran family's psychic bloodline); Danny becomes more and more of a clean freak, and even begins to "remember" his mother teaching him this; Rebecca Donaldson, a sane, intelligent woman, is brought into the fold and slowly transforms into a wacky {{Cloudcuckoolander}} like the other adults in the Full House. But the House isn't happy, because D.J. and Stephanie are carrying on their mother's mission (albeit unknowingly) and thus still serving as a RestrainingBolt on its abilities. The Full House needs help. It needs a human to form an unholy alliance with.

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Danny calls his brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran, to help raise his children; the Full House makes its first move by compelling him to summon Joey Gladstone, an old friend, as well, though there's no reason to do so. As time passes, the House slowly starts feeding on the minds of those within it, gradually warping their personalities. Jesse abruptly declares that his "real" name is Katsopolis (the House is trying to weaken the Cochran family's psychic bloodline); Danny becomes more and more of a clean freak, and even begins to "remember" his mother teaching him this; Rebecca Donaldson, a sane, intelligent woman, is brought into the fold and slowly transforms into a wacky {{Cloudcuckoolander}} like the other adults in the Full House. This explains all the {{Flanderization}} that happens throughout the show--the House is destroying the adults' minds like clockwork. But the House isn't happy, because D.J. and Stephanie are carrying on their mother's mission (albeit unknowingly) and thus still serving as a RestrainingBolt on its abilities. The Full House needs help. It needs a human to form an unholy alliance with.with.




As time passes, the House grants Michelle more and more agency over the adults in the home. By the end of the last season, the entire family must bow to her whims and do whatever she says. Early on, they try to resist (see "Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor"), as D.J. and Stephanie are slowly awakening to their true purpose as psychic warriors (with help from Kimmie Gibbler and Gia, another young woman whose anti-establishment behavior grants her mental immunity to the House's RealityWarper gifts). The final confrontation of this pitched battle comes at the end of Season Seven: D.J. and Stephanie are able to combine their nascent powers to bring back the man who originally owned the Full House and compel him to purchase it again. As the House has already pair-bonded with Michelle, this would severely weaken its grip in our world and possibly even kill it. So it resists by granting Michelle event greater power, and she's able to convince everyone (via a tearful speech) that the House is their home and they can't leave. She convinces them (note that in the episode, it's only the ''adults'', not D.J. and Stephanie, who are shown to decide Michelle is right), and thus binds the family to the Full House.

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It's not clear how the House reached out (an "invisible friend," a dream, etc.), but regardless, it somehow offered Michelle a deal: if she'll do her part to keep the adults together in its walls, she'll get anything she wants whenever she wants it.
As time passes, Michelle is corrupted by this power, using it to force the family to obey her on the pretext of "love" (all those hugs you see throughout the show? That's the House grants Michelle more spreading its infection). Who's the one who forces Jesse, Becky, and more agency over the adults eventually their twins to stay in the home.house despite them having enough capital to live their own lives ''within the same neighborhood?'' That's right, Michelle. By the end of the last season, the entire family must bow to her whims and do whatever she says. Early on, they try to resist (see "Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor"), as D.J. and Stephanie are slowly awakening to their true purpose as psychic warriors (with help from Kimmie Gibbler and Gia, another young woman whose anti-establishment behavior grants her mental immunity to the House's RealityWarper gifts). gifts), but without their mother's guidance, the girls aren't able to fully fight back.

The final confrontation of this pitched battle comes at the end of Season Seven: D.J. and Stephanie are able to combine their nascent powers to bring back the man who originally owned the Full House and compel him to purchase it again. As the House has already pair-bonded with Michelle, this would severely weaken its grip in our world and possibly even kill it. So it resists by granting Michelle event even greater power, and she's able to convince everyone (via a tearful speech) that the House is their home and they can't leave. She convinces them (note that in the episode, it's only the ''adults'', not D.J. and Stephanie, who are shown to decide Michelle is right), and thus binds the family to the Full House.House.


Now, with ''Series/FullerHouse'' produced, we're seeing what happens next...
22nd Apr '16 11:15:33 PM Gravidef
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** One problem: The Comic and TV show Sabrinas are two different Sabrinas. They don't run on the same continuity.

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** One problem: The Comic and TV show Sabrinas are two different Sabrinas. They don't run on the same continuity.continuity.

[[WMG: The Full House is a living, malevolent entity, an EldritchAbomination in the shape of a San Francisco home.]]

All credit for this theory goes to Billy Superstar and the amazing comment team at Full House Reviewed: Bridget, Sarah Portland, and others. Check them out: https://therealfullhousereviewed.wordpress.com/

Once, long before the show began, evil entities reigned over the planet. These creatures, like those in the Lovecraft mythos, feasted on the sanity of mortals. As civilization expanded, these entities deliberately put themselves into ShapeshifterModeLock, disguising themselves as locations around the world to help themselves to human minds. However, some individuals gifted with PsychicPowers were able to resist this corruption and trained others to do the same. The result was a war that is still waged today.
Fast forward to the early 1980s. A young man named Danny Tanner has just married a woman named Pam Cochran who is secretly one of the warriors who fight the dark entities from beyond our world. She's discovered one hiding out as a comfortable home in San Francisco, and they move there. She fights the Full House on a daily basis, weakening its power, and begins training her two daughters to resist it as well. Pam pairs her eldest, Donna Jo, with a young girl named Kimmy Gibbler, whose inherent coolness, sense of self, and overall weirdness are a natural deterrent to the Full House's evil. She can't find a similar friend for her daughter Stephanie, so she instead encourages her to pursue dance and other hobbies, always urging her to find a name for herself and fight back against conformity. Finally, she gives birth to a third daughter, Michelle, and is thrilled--three children of the same sex is magically powerful. But the Full House, fearing what this third child might do to it, decides to fight back by eliminating Pam once and for all. It uses its weakened abilities to kill Pam in a car accident, and then sets about on a plan to corrupt those within its walls.
Danny calls his brother-in-law, Jesse Cochran, to help raise his children; the Full House makes its first move by compelling him to summon Joey Gladstone, an old friend, as well, though there's no reason to do so. As time passes, the House slowly starts feeding on the minds of those within it, gradually warping their personalities. Jesse abruptly declares that his "real" name is Katsopolis (the House is trying to weaken the Cochran family's psychic bloodline); Danny becomes more and more of a clean freak, and even begins to "remember" his mother teaching him this; Rebecca Donaldson, a sane, intelligent woman, is brought into the fold and slowly transforms into a wacky {{Cloudcuckoolander}} like the other adults in the Full House. But the House isn't happy, because D.J. and Stephanie are carrying on their mother's mission (albeit unknowingly) and thus still serving as a RestrainingBolt on its abilities. The Full House needs help. It needs a human to form an unholy alliance with.
It finds Michelle.
As time passes, the House grants Michelle more and more agency over the adults in the home. By the end of the last season, the entire family must bow to her whims and do whatever she says. Early on, they try to resist (see "Crimes and Michelle's Demeanor"), as D.J. and Stephanie are slowly awakening to their true purpose as psychic warriors (with help from Kimmie Gibbler and Gia, another young woman whose anti-establishment behavior grants her mental immunity to the House's RealityWarper gifts). The final confrontation of this pitched battle comes at the end of Season Seven: D.J. and Stephanie are able to combine their nascent powers to bring back the man who originally owned the Full House and compel him to purchase it again. As the House has already pair-bonded with Michelle, this would severely weaken its grip in our world and possibly even kill it. So it resists by granting Michelle event greater power, and she's able to convince everyone (via a tearful speech) that the House is their home and they can't leave. She convinces them (note that in the episode, it's only the ''adults'', not D.J. and Stephanie, who are shown to decide Michelle is right), and thus binds the family to the Full House.
19th Mar '16 4:54:26 AM Hossmeister
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11th Mar '16 7:14:57 PM TitoMosquito
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** It's doubtful any of nieces' friends (except maybe Kimmy) would know that, but Steph pretending to be her friend knowing that would be a giveaway.




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* ''And'' Michelle was born ''before'' Pam died.



[[WMG: All TGIF Shows from the 1990s and SonicTheHedgehog share a universe with FullHouse.]]

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[[WMG: All TGIF Shows from the 1990s and SonicTheHedgehog share a universe with FullHouse.''Full House''.]]
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