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    Donna Jo "D.J." Tanner-Fuller 
Portrayed by: Candace Cameron Bure
Voiced by: Andrea Higa (Latin American Spanish dub), Chika Sakamoto (Japanese dub)
  • Adorkable: She has a few of these moments. Particularly when she tries to play the drums by putting colors in them like Rock Band, or when she thought it was a good idea to make up an Irish name just because they were crashing an Irish wedding (she was close to faking an admittedly fairly accurate Irish accent of not for Stephanie flat out prohibiting it).
  • Catchphrase: "Oh, Mylanta!". In Season 4, she tries making variations like “Oh, My Santa”, “Oh My Fanta”, etc.
  • Determined Widow: The series starts a year after her husband, Tommy, passed away. A non-Western-genre version, but holds some of the same traits.
  • Distaff Counterpart: She herself recognized that she has become a Generation Xerox of her dad, Danny.
  • Generation Xerox: To Danny, her father. They both are neat freaks (although DJ is more leveled than her dad) and have a strict adherence to rigidity.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Her character rarely curses. It's an example of Real Life Writes the Plot in this case, given that Candace Cameron-Bure is a born again Christian and has a distaste for profanity.
  • Mama Bear: She beats up professional Mexican wrestlers to protect Jackson. She even invokes the trope by name when asked how she did it.
    DJ: Once I saw you were in trouble my Mama Bear instincts just kicked in!
  • Nice Shoes: While it's downplayed on the show, DJ almost always wears high heels. Likely due to the height difference between Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin.
  • Only Known by Initials: Because nobody in the house ever calls her Donna Jo. No one ever did in the original show either, except Danny when she was in trouble, and Stephanie when the two were bickering.
  • Parent with New Paramour: Her biggest character arc is to move on from her husband's death and decide to have a relationship with Matt or Steve. Her sons fully support her there.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: Done on purpose. When she feels that something is wrong with Stephanie, she sits to wrap gifts with her... and then proceeds to rap until she starts talking.
  • Team Mom: Not just to her own brood, but to Kimmy, Ramona (to a lesser extent), and Stephanie.

     Stephanie Tanner 
Portrayed by: Jodie Sweetin
Voiced by: Mariana de Iraola (Latin American Spanish dub), Ikue Otani (Japanese dub)
  • Absolute Cleavage: The party dress that Stephanie wears in the first episode.
  • Big Little Sister: She is noticeably taller than both DJ and Kimmy.
  • Bi the Way: She mentioned having a girlfriend for a few weeks, but never said whether or not she was just experimenting. Though, if she wasn't experimenting it might explain her ongoing Ho Yay dynamic with Kimmy.
  • Catchphrase: "How rude!", Just like in her childhood.
  • Cool Aunt: To Jackson, Max, and Tommy.
  • Cool Big Sis: Plays this role to Ramona, although they're not related.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The biggest one in the show: she snarks at Kimmy, her nephews, and DJ, whenever the situation calls for it.
  • Distaff Counterpart: She has become this for her uncle Jesse, as the cool aunt with a career in music.
  • Experimented in College: Either this or Bi the Way.
  • Fake Brit: In-Universe, Stephanie adopts a British accent due to her living in England as a DJ after the end of Full House. However, she quickly drops the accent after uttering her Catchphrase when Kimmy shows up.
  • Generation Xerox: She's the Uncle Jesse to the kids in the same way that he was to her and her sisters, being the cool aunt who they all go to. They even have similar career choices (Jesse is a musician, while Steph is both a DJ and musician).
  • Hard-Drinking Party Girl: Implied in her past, but she's sober now that she's helping out DJ, but sometimes slips up to this from time to time, but not as much.
  • Hollywood Dateless: For someone who complains about not having a boyfriend, she has a lot of boyfriends. Averted once she starts dating Kimmy Gibbler's brother Jimmy.
  • Law of Inverse Fertility: She reveals to DJ that she couldn't have kids of her own, though she recently learned that it may be possible with a surrogate.
  • Life of the Party: She has been working as a DJ around the world, so she knows everything about partying.
  • Ms. Fanservice: When she's in her club outfits, but downplayed the rest of the time.
  • Only Sane Woman: She's the most grounded member of the main cast (despite, ironically, not having a job like DJ and Kimmy do), and often tries to serve as the voice of reason. That said, she still does have her moments from time to time, but said times are a lot less than those of her sister and roommate.
  • Pretty Freeloaders: Being unemployed, she readily asks Danny for money right alongside her nephews. It's partially justified in that she does help take care of the kids, but still...
  • Really Gets Around: Implied frequently, and in one episode she tells a man "I don't go home with men on the first date. Well, I sometimes do, but there's usually dinner first." Of the three adult leads, she's the only one who's never been married, but appears to be more sexually active than either DJ or Kimmy.
  • Shipper on Deck: She roots for Matt to get together with DJ, but only because she wants to oppose Kimmy.
  • Stage Name: As a DJ she went by DJ Tanner. But when she starts singing at children's parties she goes by Aunt Steph.
  • The Stoner: She keeps a stash of "brownies" hidden away; when both Kimmy and DJ come into the house smiling like doofuses (due to each of them just having been kissed), Steph assumes that they found the stash. Oddly enough, Jodie Sweetin herself was a stoner in real-life.

     Kimmy Gibbler 
Portrayed by: Andrea Barber
Voiced by: Agostina Longo (Latin American Spanish dub), Miki Ito (Japanese dub)
  • Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: To Ramona. In many episodes, Ramona expresses embarrassment any time Kimmy starts making a scene.
  • Amicably Divorced: From Fernando, although that might be temporary as of mid-season. It's also Zig-Zagged, as they bicker quite a bit.
  • Attention Whore: She doesn't waste any chance she gets to either dance in front of a crowd or appear in National Television.
  • Catchphrase: Sometimes peppers her sentences with "Gibbler-Style!"
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: On occasion, although she seems capable of raising her daughter and running a business.
  • Cool Aunt: Not by blood, but she acts as one to DJ's kids.
  • Disco Dan: All of Kimmy's dance moves (except for her dance with Fernando in "Funner House") are firmly rooted in the late-80s/early-90s, right down to MC Hammer, the Carlton, and Moonwalking. When Stephanie calls her out for being stuck in the 90s, Kimmy immediately and indignantly tells her it's the 80s.note 
  • Distaff Counterpart: She ends up being this to Joey, as both are the widower's best friend who moved in to help them out with raising their kids.
  • Enforced Plug: She is often doing publicity for her business "Gibble-Style Party Planning", complete with her face everywhere.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even she isn't crazy enough to have a party with a real cow, however that didn't stop the others from assuming it was Kimmy's cow.
  • Fun Personified: She has made a living as a Party-Planner.
  • Generation Xerox: To Uncle Joey, being the goofy, off-kilter one.
  • Genki Girl: She's very high energy and excitable.
  • Hypno Fool: Whenever someone says, "houseboat," she starts clucking like a chicken until someone says, "boxcar."
  • Pushover Parents: Kimmy starts out preferring Ramona like her rather than be mad at her, so she bribes her with gratuitous amounts of money and non punishments. She has to learn from DJ how to discipline her.
  • Noodle Incident: Surprisingly or unsurprisingly, she has plenty.
  • Shameless Self-Promoter: Kimmy doesn't waste any opportunity to stamp her face and the Gibbler-Style Party Planning logo in anything. She even sneaked in banners to promote during the game, knowing well that free promotion was against the law.
  • Shipper on Deck: She is rooting for Steve to hook up again with DJ.
  • Smelly Feet: Her feet are still the Running Gag of the show.
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: Even though she now lives in the house, the family members minus DJ often reference Kimmy as this back in the original show.

     Jackson Fuller 
Portrayed by: Michael Campion
Voiced by: Patricio Lago (Latin American Spanish dub), Kazutomi Yamamoto (Japanese dub)
  • Accidental Athlete: When he kicks a football out of frustration, he, DJ, and Max figure out that he's a really good placekicker, with DJ finally relenting on letting him play football on the grounds that even the notoriously klutzy Jackson can't get hurt if he's only kicking.
  • Adorkable: All his attempts to look cool in front of Lola end failing hilariously, and she still thinks he is cute.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Didn't think twice about hopping into a ring with pro wrestlers when he thought Max was in the ring.
  • Book Dumb: While he's not a terrible student, he's very average in school, to the point that DJ is completely shocked when he brings straight As home. It's later revealed that he actually forged his report card due to feeling inferior because of his grades.
  • Characterization Marches On: He's become more of a dorky, awkward teenager in the second season.
  • Cool Big Bro: Max adores him and is very thrilled to share the room with him.
  • Decomposite Character: In later seasons, Ramona starts to be the responsible and down to earth aspect of DJ’s previous characterization, while Jackson exhibits the more awkward side from both DJ and Stephanie.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: He has a big crush on Lola, Ramona's friend. Lola finally kisses him in the last episode of the Season 1 and she still doesn't consider him to be her boyfriend until the second half of Season 2.
  • Dumbass Teenage Son: As his own mother puts it, "Something tells me he's not getting into Harvard."
  • The Klutz: When he joins the football team to impress Lola, everyone is concerned about his safety. Ramona said he twisted his ankle when picking the mail, Max points that he sprained his arm making the bed, and even Lola claims that he once tripped on confetti.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Manly Man (he likes sports) to Max's Sensitive Guy (he likes science and cleaning).
  • Spear Counterpart: He is the big brother, just like DJ was in the original series.
  • Vocal Evolution: In Season 2, his voice cracks at his very first line.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: He gets this twice in Season 4.
    • From both Ramona and Fernando, and later DJ, when he chugs beers at a party under social pressure.
    • Later at prom. After insisting Rocki to be his date, when his teammates start to make fun of her and he joins to try impressing them, Rocki and Ramona find out and get angry at him. Ramona even calls him out on how “not knowing Rocki was right behind him” doesn’t make it any better. Even after Rocki forgives him, she still breaks up with him.

     Max Fuller 
Portrayed by: Elias Harger
Voiced by: Luciana Falcón (Latin American Spanish dub), Yumiko Kobayashi (Japanese dub)
  • Adorably Precocious Child: He is so responsible and neat, to the point he is the one who has to help Jackson, his older brother in junior high, with his homework.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Jackson sees him as this, while Max adores him in return.
  • Bad Liar: He either flops at it or immediately confesses. As soon as he learns to lie (from Jackson), he tries this on his mom by pinning the destruction of the couch on Tommy. DJ doesn't buy it for a second but plays along.
  • Beta Couple: He and Rose are the most functional and steady of the couples in the show. Even more than the adults.
  • Big Brother Worship: He adores his big brother Jackson.
  • Catchphrase: "Holy Chalupas!"
  • The Comically Serious: He takes everything he does very seriously, while his over-the-top reactions are what made him funny.
  • Deadpan Snarker: In Season 2, he gets more sass, especially whenever he remarks about Fernando not being officially part of the house.
  • Large Ham: He tends to be very over-the-top dramatic in his reactions, either good or bad moments.
  • Love at First Sight: He has a crush on CJ's daughter Rose once he sets his eyes on her and learns that she also loves Titanic (1997).
  • Magic Feather: In "Mad Max", he believes Stephanie's scarf will give him luck. Stephanie manages to give him confidence without it.
  • Mouthy Kid: He is pretty snarky towards Fernando.
  • Neat Freak: He is as obsessed with cleaning as Danny.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The Sensitive Guy (he likes science and cleaning) to Jackson's Manly Man (he likes sports).
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: He is always wearing shirts with sweaters or vests. In Season 3, he told that in his nightmare, he was forced to use a t-shirt. And for the trip to Japan, he wore a suit identical to Fernando's to get into First Class.
  • Spear Counterpart: He is the middle-child just like Stephanie. He also shares a lot of Michelle's quirks.

     Ramona Gibbler 
Portrayed by: Soni Nicole Bringas
Voiced by: Agustina Cirulnik (Latin American Spanish dub), Miyuki Satō (Japanese dub)
  • Canon Foreigner: Out of the regulars, she is the only character who has no counterpart in the original series.
  • Cool Big Sis: She serves as this for Max and Tommy, though they're not actually related.
  • Daddy's Girl: While is clear that Ramona loves both of her parents, she is closer to Fernando.
  • Decomposite Character: In later seasons, she starts to be the responsible and down to earth aspect of DJ’s previous characterization, while Jackson exhibits the more awkward side from both DJ and Stephanie.
  • Generation Xerox: Subverted. She is this to her mom, but she doesn't start to be good friends with Jackson until they start living together, while DJ and Kimmy were best friends from the start of the original show. Notably, the only one not to be Gender Flipped from the original series. As the series progresses, she shows to be more mature than her mother at her age and starts becoming young DJ's counterpart as the mature big sister for the boys (even more level headed than Jackson).
  • Informed Attribute: While people keep claiming that Ramona has both Kimmy and Fernando's genes, hence prone to be crazy just like them, she rarely does anything rash or impulsive, in fact she is seen to be the Straight Man to both Jackson ad her parents.
  • It Runs in the Family: Despite the fact that she is more serious than Kimmy, she is still prone to be as eccentric as her parents. DJ tells Jackson that the incident at his birthday party couldn't be helped since she is "Half-Gibbler".
  • Nom de Mom: She has the Gibbler last name as her main one. Her Overly Long Name is only used once in Season 2.
  • Spicy Latina: A middle/high-school version.
  • Surprisingly Good Foreign Language: Before moving in to the Fuller House, Ramona is heard having a whole conversation in Spanish over the phone with a friend, while complaining about Kimmy. In Season 2, she tries to teach Kimmy Spanish and gets away with saying "I hope you never learn Spanish so papa and me can talk about you" very fluently.
  • Wacky Parent, Serious Child: She gets easily ashamed of Kimmy and Fernando’s colorful personalities. At one point Jackson asks her if she’s scared of the phrase “You will become your parents”, to which she responds emphatically.

     Tommy Fuller 
Portrayed by: Dashiell and Fox Messitt
  • And Starring: In season 1, the twins are credited as "Dashiell and Fox Messitt as Tommy" at the end of the opening.
  • The Cutie: Everyone squees near him, and Kimmy uses him and Cosmo for Stephanie's video to make it viral.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "A Tommy Tale" focuses on him with Dj trying to get him into a prestigious preschool.
  • Dead Guy Junior: His father was also called "Tommy"
  • Spear Counterpart: He is this to baby!Michelle, and also he is played by twins. This is common in media as small children have a far shorter time on screen and twins help maximize that time.

Voiced by: Dave Coulier (Inner Monologue mentioned below)

     Fernando Hernandez-Guerrero-Fernandez-Guerrero 
Portrayed by: Juan Pablo Di Pace
Voiced by: Sebastian Castro (Latin American Spanish dub, season 1), Juan Pablo di Pace (Latin American Spanish dub, season 2 onwards), Kentaro Ito (Japanese dub)
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Despite he and Max snark constantly at each other since he moved in, Fernando fixed Max's crops by making him believe in Unicorn Tears and replanting everything the whole night.
  • Affectionate Nickname: He always calls Kimmy "Kimberlina".
  • Amusing Injuries: He gets attacked by a swarm of bees before Kimmy's Prom Reunion because he started to throw rocks at the hive out of boredom, and his face gets horribly swallowed, to the point he has to be rushed to the hospital. He still makes it back to the party with lots of bandages.
  • Birds of a Feather: He and Kimmy are equally as eccentric and goofy. Fernando adores every quirk Kimmy has and he has some of his own that even she wouldn't ever do.
  • Camp Straight: If his womanizing, and later utter devotion to Kimmy, wasn't such a big part of his character one would be forgiven for thinking he was a gay stereotype.
  • Characterization Marches On: His wandering eye is virtually dropped after he proposes to Kimmy with only mentions of it occasionally. Somewhat justified as Fernando was making a conscious effort to be better for Kimmy and Ramona.
  • Chick Magnet: He draws a lot of female attention. In Season 2, Max's teacher tries to flirt with him, and the Social Worker says that she wants to "adopt" him as well.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Challenges Matt to a duel with a Glove Slap. Then apologizes and says he'll never do it again, which is the same thing that happened last time he gave someone a Glove Slap. He also had pork fried rice tattooed on his side in Chinese instead of love...and he defends it by saying he really does love pork fried rice. If not for his wandering eye he and Kimmy really are a match made in Cloud Cuckoo Land.
  • The Dandy: He dresses very well and is obsessed with fashion, hair styling, and proper grooming. He also is quite hedonistic, insisting upon flying first class and generally being free with money.
  • Doting Parent: He is very close to Ramona and they share a lot of things in common like language, dancing and fashion taste (Fernando often does her hair).
  • Foil: Strangely enough, his place in the house is similar to Becky's from the original show, since both move into the house in Season 2 as the spouse of one of the leading adults. The main differences are that Becky is more down to earth and serves as a feminine role model for Danny's daughters, while Fernando is more of the Cloud Cuckoo Lander Funny Foreigner who is slowly trying to be part of the family.
  • Funny Foreigner: He's from Argentina as evidenced by his stilted grasp of English, and his hammy behavior makes him funny.
  • Lady Killer In Love: Deconstructed hard. As genuine his love for Kimmy is, Fernando is still a player, and they will never rekindle their relationship unless he can indefinitely keep that wandering eye in check.
  • Large Ham: Fernando is so overly bombastic that he makes Kimmy Gibbler look dignified and low key by comparison.
  • Latin Lover: Fernando is from Argentina and his success with women and inability to keep it in his pants are important aspects of his character.
  • Overly Long Spanish Name: His full name is Fernando Hernandez-Guerrero Fernandez-Guerrero.
  • Parental Substitute: Like how Becky became a maternal figure for DJ and Stephanie, Fernando’s steadily becoming a positive male figure for the Fuller boys.
  • Promotion to Opening Titles: He gets promoted to a regular member of the cast in Season 2.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He is a car racer and a Chick Magnet, and at the same time isn’t afraid of doing delicate things like fixing his daughter’s hair or wear Kimmy’s robes. In Season 3, he is squeeing while visiting Hello Kitty Land with Max and Rose.
  • Really Gets Around: Lots of interchangeable girlfriends, until he decides to stay loyal to Kimmy.
  • Spear Counterpart: Not only is he married to Kimmy, but in Season 3 he moves out by buying Kimmy's old house, right next to the Fuller-Tanners, becoming the new Kimmy.
  • Surprisingly Good English: He manages a pitch-perfect American accent when saying "scavenger hunt" to Kimmy. She notes this.
    Kimmy: That's exactly how you say it.
  • The Thing That Would Not Leave: DJ and Max keep treating him as this both in Season 2 (when he was living there) and in Season 3 (when he became "The Annoying Neighbor").
  • Token Minority: Excluding Ramona (who is half-Latina and his daughter), he is the only character in the cast who isn't Caucasian.
  • Trophy Wife: Kimmy makes Fernando go to her Prom Reunion as her "Arm Candy" by showing up in his car race uniform. While a bit insulted at first, he then mentions that he's strangely fine with that.
  • Your Cheating Heart: The reason he and Kimmy are divorced. He's now correcting himself and completely devoted to Kimmy.


Regular Characters

     Dr. Matt Harmon 
Portrayed by: John Brotherton
Voiced by: Martín Gopar (Latin American Spanish dub), Fuminori Komatsu (Japanese dub)
  • Amicable Exes: Subverted. After DJ calls off their engagement, he had a hard time to decide if he still wants to be partners with her at the veterinary. An alligator on the loose helps them bond again, but he still needs time to figure things out. Then he forgives both Steve and DJ, and while still best friends with Steve, he decides to open another pet clinic two blocks away on the same street as DJ’s called "the better one". Of course he’s not bitter at all.
    • They are getting a bit better, especially when he starts dating Gia. They're even back to being coworkers. But time will tell if the stigma of their previous relationship will keep following them.
  • Disposable Fiancé: DJ calls off their engagement right after Steve and CJ’s wedding got cancelled.
  • Girly Scream: When he's had enough of the "ghosts" antics in the Gibbler house.
  • He Is All Grown Up: According to his dad, he used to be scrawny. By the time he moves back to San Francisco, "his body caught up with his ears".
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Has become this with Steve, to the point Stephanie almost thought that they hooked up during the summer. In Season 4, it’s revealed that he and Steve were still in touch during the time he was resentful towards DJ.
  • Hospital Hottie: Or, in this case, vet-clinic hottie. In Season 2, he is the only one who doesn't get food poisoning from Joey's donuts because he had to shoot a Vet Pin-Up Calendar with a very small chihuahua.
  • Nice Guy: He gets along perfectly with DJ's kids, and he has no problem taking care of them when all the household gets a stomach flu.
  • The Rival: Both invoked and inverted with Steve; while both become obsessed with being DJ's choice of suitor, they remain very genial with each other. It's implied that they become friends after.
  • Satellite Love Interest: His main role in the show is as DJ's business partner and Love Interest (later boyfriend).
  • Straight Man: While he has his moments of snark, he is still more grounded than Steve and sometimes rolls eyes at whatever is happening at the Fuller House.

     Steve Hale 
Portrayed by: Scott Weinger
Voiced by: Hernán Palma (Latin American Spanish dub), Wataru Takagi (Japanese dub)
  • Accidental Misnaming. CJ got used to Steve mixing her name with DJ's.
    CJ: (smiling) He does that a lot.
  • Big Eater: He never passes on food unless he is extremely worried... which only lasts a brief moment.
  • Has a Type: His new girlfriend is named "CJ", who is blonde, quirky, swears with antiacids, is a doctor, has a child (who is basically a Distaff Counterpart of Max) and is extremely organized. DJ doesn't see any similarities.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Has become this with Matt, to the point Stephanie almost thought that they hooked up during the summer. He even sent Matt a chocolate box, the same kind he got for DJ in Valentine’s Day.
  • High-School Sweethearts:
    • In Season 1, Steve tries to use this to his advantage so he and DJ can rekindle their relationship.
    • In Season 2, he still knows what DJ wanted for her birthday. He arrives to be DJ's date for her Prom Reunion, just like he did at their prom, also getting the other two guys off her.
    • In Season 3, he backs off during his wedding with CJ after he realizes that he is still in love with DJ. They both wait a month for respect to her recent break up with Matt to date for real. Near the end of the season, he gets offered a job as the Lakers’ personal podologist, and DJ promises to wait for him for another six months.
    • He returns in Season 4 after deciding to quit his job for DJ. They even rekindle their incomplete Prom night.
  • Nice Guy: When DJ clearly adored Steve's birthday present over Matt's, Steve decides to get DJ the tickets for the New Kids on the Block concert and give the credit to Matt, because he knew Matt was feeling down about it.
  • Oh, Crap!: On the plane to Japan for his wedding, Steve is very visibly freaked out when DJ, wearing a sleeping mask and headphones and thinking it's still Kimmy next to her, admits that it's hard for her to see him get married because she still thinks of him as her soulmate.
  • The Rival: Both invoked and inverted with Matt; while both become obsessed with being DJ's choice of suitor, they remain very genial with each other. It's implied that they become friends after.
  • Satellite Love Interest: He appears only for DJ's love-life subplot. He's also DJ's podiatrist.
  • Wacky Marriage Proposal: He plans to propose to CJ on New Year's Eve? Romantic. The New Year party is at his ex girlfriend's house? Weird. He also gets that ex girlfriend to write his speech and gets so nervous that DJ herself has to propose to her in his behalf? Hilariously weird.

Portrayed by: Ashley Liao
Voiced by: Lourdes Cetrángolo (Latin American Spanish dub), Reika Uyama (Japanese dub)
  • Bad Liar: Her mom totally didn't do the volcano, which was inspired by Hawaii, where she, not her mother, went on her honeymoon.
  • Boys Like Creepy Critters: Gender Flipped. Lola has a Tarantula and a snake as pets.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: She is very close to Ramona. When Ramona and Jackson returned from summer camp, Lola arrived and run straight to her arms, dodging Jackson on the way.
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: She's got the spoiled, vapid attitude of an Alpha Bitch down, but she also becomes a close friends to Ramona.
  • Overcomplicated Menu Order: Lola wanted Jackson to buy her a hot dog with mustard on the left, ketchup on the right, relish on the middle so the ketchup and the mustard won't touch... and then we have the soda.
  • The Parent Produced Project: She tries to not mention that her mom did her volcano.
  • Put on a Bus: In the second half of Season 3, her father gets a new job in Fresno and she moves away.
  • Relationship Upgrade: After she finally kisses Jackson in the finale of Season 1, by Season 2 she still doesn't consider to have a relationship with him. She only starts to refer to him as her boyfriend after he defended Ramona by posting Popko's video.
  • Satellite Love Interest: She serves as both Ramona's best friend and Jackson's love interest in the series. After she breaks up with Jackson, she stops appearing on the following episodes.
  • Second-Act Breakup: In Season 3, she gets tired of Jackson being a needy boyfriend, breaking up with him by the end of the 4th of July barbeque.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Averted. Lola adores her pet Tarantula "Spot" (because when it bites, it leaves a spot)

     Jimmy Gibbler 
Portrayed by: Adam Hagenbuch
Voiced by: Pedro Ruiz (Latin American Spanish dub), Setsuji Sato (Japanese dub)
  • Brainless Beauty: He is extremely handsome and nice, but he is also a dimwit and Literal-Minded.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He is goofy and a bit of a Cloud Cuckoo Lander, but he is also a great photographer. This charms Stephanie enough to give their relationship a shot.
  • Chosen Conception Partner: Subverted. Stephanie is reluctant to ask him to be her sperm donor because she can't bring herself to be a burden to him, but he insists to be part of this. When the baby is born, Jimmy proposes to Stephanie.
  • Foil: After his introduction and getting together with Stephanie, he becomes the equivalent of Steve, as the bumbling and nice boyfriend with free access to the house. Unlike Steve, who was the Big Eater, Jimmy is instead crazier and literal-minded.
  • He Is All Grown Up: Stephanie didn't recognize him at all because last time she saw him, Jimmy was a scrawny little kid.
  • It Runs in the Family: He is equally as goofy and wacky as his sister Kimmy. Also all Gibbler family members know "The Gallop".
  • Keet: He's basically a Spear Counterpart of Kimmy.
  • Likes Older Women: Like the actors who portray them, Jimmy and Stephanie are eight years apart in age. Their ages are revealed one time each in season 4. Stephanie is 36, and Jimmy is 28.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He's good looking and wore a very tight shirt (which Steph is quick to point out) that nicely outlined his muscles in his first appearance.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Kimmy never mentioned a younger brother in the original series, instead bringing up her older brother Garth multiple times.
  • Walking the Earth: He has been traveling the world and taking photographs for National Geographic. His map has a lot of pins from every place he has taken pictures of.

Portrayed by: Landry Bender
Voiced by: Ryoko Shiraishi (Japanese dub)
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: She's clearly smart, but she has to go to summer school because she was skipping classes.
  • Convenient Replacement Character: She is introduced as a regular after Lola breaks up with Jackson. When Lola moves away, she becames Jackson’s new Love Interest and Ramona’s new friend.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She always has a sarcastic remark.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: She is tough, snarky and rebellious, while Jackson is a klutz, dorky and obedient.
  • Generation Xerox: She is Gia's daughter and becomes reluctantly Jackson's rebel friend during Summer School.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: She threatened Jackson that if he told anyone that she wore pink or was cuddling baby Tommy, she was going to punch him.
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Subverted. Gia dropped her at the Fuller house until next day because she was going out with a random guy she just met on Tinder.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: She and Jackson end up falling for each other. She still refuses to be his “girlfriend” because she doesn’t like labels. She breaks up with Jackson in the Season 4 Finale, after he mocked her with his teammates at prom.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: She's the only normal person in the summer school group, snarking at them from afar while trying to study.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: When she and Jackson start going out, Jackson tries to imitate her just so he can impress her. Only after he stands up for himself and tells her to let him be himself, she admits that he finally grew a pair.

Minor Characters

Portrayed by: Gianna DiDonato
Voiced by: Mara Brenner (Latin American Spanish dub)
  • Genki Girl: She is a fitness-Pilates instructor who does cartwheels every chance she gets and had Matt going oncycling trips and swiming to Alcatraz. Matt cannot catch up to her.
  • Gym Bunny: She is obsessed with excercises and fitness.
  • Innocently Insensitive: While clearly with good intentions, Crystal decided to fix a game partner for DJ... with her grandpa.
  • Romantic False Lead: She only serves to put Matt out of the market for a while. Matt later breaks up with her after realizing that he kept forgetting her twice on the same day.

Portrayed by: Virginia Williams
Voiced by: Mariana Marti (Latin American Spanish dub), Tomo Muranaka (Japanese dub)
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Subverted. She is aware that Steve and DJ still have feelings for each other, but tries to be reasonable about it. She made Rose return the necklace Max gave to her after finding out Steve gave it to DJ a long time ago. And during New Year's Eve, she thought Steve was confessing to DJ when they were rehearsing his marriage proposal to her.
  • Disposable Fiancé: Steve calls out their engagement in the middle of the wedding.
  • Nice Girl: Despite knowing that Steve and DJ used to date, she is fine with this and tries to be friends with DJ.
  • Hospital Hottie: She is a human doctor, in Steve's words.
  • Mafia Princess: Her step father paid for all her wedding expenses in Japan , including the trip for all the Fuller family. It turns out that he is known as The Dragon, who might or might not be a Yakuza, since nobody wants to ask him what he does for a living or why he got that nickname. It’s implied that what he did to Steve after canceling the wedding wasn’t pretty at all.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: CJ is a carbon copy of DJ's every quirk, who is blonde, quirky, swears with antiacids, is a doctor, has a child (who is basically a Distaff Counterpart of Max) and is extremely organized. Steve lampshades this with "I have a type". Steve later admits that he started to date her because she reminded him of DJ, but he grew to love her as her own individual.
  • Romantic False Lead: Subverted. By the end of Season 2, Steve proposes to her... through DJ.
  • Woman Scorned: She won’t let Rose play with Max after Steve cancelled their wedding, which she blames entirely on DJ. She eventually agrees to drive Rose to the party until her Zanax wears off. In Season 4, Rose tells that she is forbidden to say DJ’s name, or even use either letter at home. Later she is willing to bury the hatchet with DJ.

     Bobby Popko 
Portrayed by: Isaak Presley
Voiced by: Alejandro Graue (Latin American Spanish dub), Mark Ishii (Japanese dub)
  • Casanova Wannabe: He claims to be a love expert when in reality he is not better than Jackson at all.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Except for Jackson, everyone else seems to be aware that Popko is not the best company to keep around.
  • Jerkass:
    • He convinces Jackson to do dangerous stunts and is generally unapologetic.
    • In Season 2, Ramona got her first kiss with him and later that same day, he appeared with another girlfriend. When he dumped said girlfriend (according to him "She didn't blink enough") and tried to get Ramona again, she understandably turns him down, so he posted an embarrasing video of her in revenge.
    • He crossed the line in Season 3 when he gifted a card to Ramona. In said card (which was a "Happy 80th Birthday"), he made a poem where he asked if he could date other girls while she was in Japan for five days. Ramona just dumped him on the spot. By the time Ramona arrives in Japan, he already got three girlfriends and posted it on his social media.
  • Nice Hat: He is always using a white fedora he thinks is cool.
  • Not So Different: Jackson explains to DJ that despite everything, Popko is his "Kimmy Gibbler". Cue to him dropping casually into the house and taking food from the fridge.
  • Put on a Bus: He disappeared from Ramona and Jackson's lives completely after Ramona dumped him in Season 3. He didn't show up again until the penultimate episode of Season 4.
  • What Does She See in Him?: Subverted. Ramona is very aware that Popko is a jerk, but she only started to like him after they kissed. On the other hand, everyone else keeps asking Jackson why they are friends at all. In Season 3, Ramona finally breaks up with him after having enough of his selfishness.

Portrayed by: Lucas Jaye
Voiced by: Yasuyo Tomita (Japanese dub)
  • Bratty Half-Pint: He is a sassy kid who nitpicks everything and everyone.
  • Like Father, Like Son: Both father and son are arrogant and condescending.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: At one point DJ questions Max why he hangs around Taylor at all.
    DJ: (to Kimmy) Wow, Now I know how my dad felt about you!
  • The Parent Produced Project: His solar-powered car was obviously made by his dad, and the teacher immediately takes notice.
  • The Rival: He and Max are the smartest children of their grade, and he and his father are obsessed with proving their superiority.

CJ’s daughter and Max's girlfriend.
Portrayed by: Mckenna Grace
Voiced by: Haruka Shiraishi (Japanese dub)
  • Annoying Laugh: In Season 2, she pranked Max by dropping the Mentos candy too early, getting him soaked in soda. During the whole deal, she had this kind of laugh.
  • Beta Couple: They are the most functional and steady of the couples in the show. Even more than the adults.
  • Cuteness Proximity: She made Max go with her to Hello Kitty Land, and during the whole trip she (and Fernando) were squeeing over the mascots, attractions and merchandise.
  • Distaff Counterpart: She’s basically a female version of Max.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She’s blond and a good kid.
  • Love at First Sight: She and Max take an instant liking on each other the first time they meet.

Kimmy’s intern and Ramona’s friend.
Portrayed by: Ben J. Pierce
  • Camp Gay: And very proud of it. Ramona realizes this within the first minute of conversation, and she had to spell it out to Kimmy.
  • Gay Best Friend: He becomes this to Ramona, making her realize that Kimmy is actually cool and a great mom.
  • The Fashionista: He picks up both his and Ramona’s outfits for prom, and spends two hours in makeup before the party.

Full House Characters

     Full House Characters 

Steve Hale

See ‘Regular Characters’ folder

Gia Mahan

Portrayed by: Marla Sokoloff
  • Arch-Nemesis: She becomes this with DJ. Everytime they see each other, both do the whole fake greetings and compliments.
  • The Cameo: She appears in Season 2 when Kimmy suggests reuniting their old band "Girl Talk"
  • Former Teen Rebel: Subverted: While she's apparently a soccer mom now, it's shown that she's still as much of a rebellious spirit as she was as a teenager.
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Subverted. Gia dropped Rocki at the Fuller house until next day because she was going out with a random guy she just met on Tinder.
  • Really Gets Around: She has dated a lot of guys in her adulthood. She turns out to be Matt’s girlfriend after his broken engagement with DJ.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: Subverted. Gia is still good friends with Stephanie and has become a soccer mom, but DJ can't forgive her for offering Stephanie her first cigarette, taking her to a make out party and making her wear a crop top. Then played for laughs when Gia offers Stephanie a taste of a vaping pen by saying "all the cool moms use them".

Harry Takayama

Portrayed by: Michael Sun Lee
Voiced by: Matias Carossia (Latin American Spanish dub)
  • The Cameo: Subverted. While the character really was in the original series, the role had to be recasted for one episode.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Subverted. He and Stephanie often joke about being this because they "got married" in the original series.
  • Red Herring: He appears when everyone is trying to find out who bought all the roses, and Stephanie puts him as a candidate. In reality, Harry was there to give her the invitation to his Wedding, and he also was Jesse's accountant, pointing out that they still have to check how much was spent on those roses.

Kathy Santoni

Portrayed by: Anne Marie McEvoy
  • Alpha Bitch: Was one in high school, and doesn't look like she completely grew out of it as she sends everyone an embarrassing old photo of Kimmy before the reunion.
  • The Cameo: She appears in Season 2 during DJ and Kimmy's high school reunion.

Nelson Burkhard

Portrayed by: Hal Sparks
  • The Cameo: He appears at DJ and Kimmy's high school reunion. Also subverted, given that it's the same character, but with another actor.
  • Old Shame: In-universe. Along with Viper, DJ seems to consider him one.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: In Full House Nelson was a Nice Guy who just so happened to be obscenely rich. At the reunion, he's eagerly flaunting his wealth.
  • Rich Suitor, Poor Suitor: Was the rich suitor to Viper's poor suitor. At the reunion, they're still fighting over DJ.


Portrayed by: David Lipper
  • The Cameo: He appears at DJ and Kimmy's high school reunion.
  • The Ditz: He's not very smart nor has he achieved much since high school.
  • Future Loser: While he still boasts about having his band, he also has a part-time job at Foot Locker and has let himself go physically.
  • Old Shame: In-Universe. Along with Nelson, DJ seems to consider him one.
  • Rich Suitor, Poor Suitor: Was the poor suitor to Viper's rich suitor. At the reunion, they're still fighting over DJ.

Duane Mofatt

Portrayed by: Scott Menville
  • Adorkable: After giving Kimmy a successful Pep Talk, Kimmy kisses him in the cheek, which turns him again into a shy boy while brushing it with an awkward "Whatever".
  • The Cameo: He appears at DJ and Kimmy's high school reunion.
  • Catchphrase: While he's become a lot more verbose now, he still says "whatever" all the time, and even turned it into the basis for his motivational speeches.
  • Genius Ditz: It was hinted at in Full House that Duane was actually much smarter than he let on when he quoted Shakespeare once. He apparently then went to Harvard and is now a motivational speaker.

Vicky Larson

Portrayed by: Gail Edwards
  • Amicable Exes: Even after so many years and both having gone their separate ways, she agrees to drop by the Fuller house and greet Danny, while Danny himself is ecstatic to see her again.
  • The Cameo: The family invite her to the "Dadversary" to cheer Danny up after he is fired from his show.
  • Flat Character: The only thing she does in her episode is point out nothing has changed since she left.

The Rest of the Family

     Danny Tanner 
Portrayed by: Bob Saget
Voiced by: Diego Brizzi (Latin American Spanish dub), Hochu Otsuka (Japanese dub)
  • Amicable Exes: Even after so many years and both having gone their separate ways, Vicky agrees to drop by the Fuller house and greet Danny, while Danny himself is ecstatic to see her again.
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: In Season 2, Becky gets late for a show and Danny tries to convince his producer that he can host the show by himself. The first minute proved him wrong and he's forced to pick a co-host from the audience. And then he got Kimmy Gibbler.
  • Creature of Habit: After more than 30 yars, Danny is still attached to his own habits from Full House.
    • He gets sad when Cosmo chews the old couch. Stephanie cheers him up by getting the exact same fabric for the couch and makes him a jacket with the old one.
    • In Season 4, Danny is not taking well the unemployment, hosting YouTube videos with Tommy and Max.
    • Later, he is about to give Matt advice, but something doesn’t sit right with him. Once they change location to the boys’ bedroom, to Matt’s confusion, he gives Matt a proper pep talk.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Especially towards Kimmy.
  • Hollywood Mid-Life Crisis: In Season 2, everyone is surprised when Danny arrives wearing hip hop attire, has a Porschenote  and is acting generally weird. Later, he tells DJ that he nearly had a Near-Death Experience while cleaning a bookshelf.
  • Neat Freak: He is as obsessed with cleaning as ever.
  • Parent with New Paramour: He is engaged to another woman in Seasonn 1, who loves how much of a Neat Freak he is. In Season 3, he reveals to the family that he got divorced from Teri nine months ago.
  • Status Quo Is God: After he gets out of his job and moves into the house at the end of Season 3, in Season 4 he gets his old job back as Becky’s co-host, and moves out to his own apartment.
  • Uncle Pennybags: He happily gives his grandchildren money and is generally very doting and fun.

     Jesse Katsopolis 
Portrayed by: John Stamos
Voiced by: Jorge Riveros (Latin American Spanish dub), Kenyuu Horiuchi (Japanese dub)
  • Bumbling Dad: In Season 3, he couldn't handle all the kids at the same time, and somehow he ended up smoking the kitchen, let the toddlers draw on the counter while tied to the stools, didn't solve Max and Jackson's feud over the room and over-permed Ramona's hair. He's the one needing a pep-talk from his nieces to get back at being a good parent.
  • Cool Uncle: After all "He is everyone's 'Uncle Jesse'"
  • Chick Magnet: When he enrolls in a Mommy and Me group, all the moms are smitten with him. He enjoys the attention until one of the moms tries to hit on him for real.
  • The Dandy: He's just as conscious about his looks as ever. An episode in Season 3 reveals that he's got plenty of experience perming and styling his hair.
  • Happily Married: He and Becky have been together for 28 years, celebrating their 25 year anniversary in the last episode.
  • House Husband: Since Becky is the main bread winner of their household, he hasn't been looking for a real job in years, apparently. While Becky is busy with work, he is the one parenting Pam.
  • Japandering: The family discover in Japan that "Forever" is still a hit there, which gave him a deal for a cologne ad. Just as DJ and Stephanie are wondering why he never tell them about it, they see the whole spot.
  • The Mentor: He serves as this for Stephanie who is just learning how to be a good parent to her nephews, just like he was at the beginning of the original show. In Season 4, after feeling inadequate and old next to millenial dads, he is able to control the kids with some old fashioned piano songs, after the other dads fail to use their apps. They start looking up to him after this.
  • Nobody Touches the Hair: He is very protective of his hair, since he sleeps every night with a hair net and carries a hair care kit with him all the time. He also takes bigger offense when Joey insults him by pointing out that he dyes his hair. People can’t even use his hair as an insult against him.

     Becky Donaldson-Katsopolis 
Portrayed by: Lori Loughlin
Voiced by: Laura Cassani (Latin American Spanish dub), Yūko Sasaki (Japanese dub)

     Joey Gladstone 
Portrayed by: Dave Coulier
Voiced by: Juan Echave (Latin American Spanish dub), Kōichi Yamadera (Japanese dub)
  • Companion Cube: He still has Mr. Woodchuck with him.
  • Cool Uncle: He is more of the "Funny Uncle"
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even he is afraid of handling his children by himself and agrees with everyone that they're monsters.
  • Like Father, Like Son: All his kids are hyper and out of control. Just like him.
  • Manchild: At 55 years old, he still wears Bugs Bunny pajamas. At one point, Danny argues that Joey can't take care of a child because he's still one.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In Season 2, he offers to babysit while DJ and Matt planned a trip to Napa. Turns out that the doughnuts he brought made everyone sick, cancelling the plans and turning Matt into their babysitter instead.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Not him, but in Season 2, he suddenly appears in Thanksgiving with a wife and four kids, which the show never mentioned during Season 1.

     Michelle Tanner 
Portrayed by: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (flashbacks only)

     Nicky and Alex Katsopolis 
Portrayed by: Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit (Nicky) and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit (Alex)
Voiced by: Juan Balvín (Nicky, Latin American Spanish dub) and Santiago Maurig (Alex, Latin American Spanish dub), Atsushi Abe (Nicky and Alex, Japanese dub)
  • The Cameo: They are the only former habitants of the house to appear only in a total of one scene in each season (Michelle, of course, is only The Ghost).
  • The Ditz: Their grand plan after college is to have a Fish-Tacos Truck... after Jesse and Becky buy them and let them live at their house in the meanwhile. Lampshaded by DJ, who remarks that Jesse did a good job raising them, until they moved out and became weird.
  • Fratbro: Both of them grew up into this during their college years.
  • Manchild: Both of them are in their 20's and are still dependent on their parents.

     Pamela Donaldson-Katsopolis 
  • Babies Make Everything Better: Becky and Jesse adopt her at the end of Season 2, after Jesse took a long time to agree and convincing the social worker that they're qualified.
  • Dead Guy Junior: She is named after Danny's late wife, Jesse's sister and the girls' mother, Pamela.
  • Happily Adopted: Becky and Jesse arrive with her on the first morning of New Year.
  • Token Minority: She is the only member of the family who isn’t white.

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