5 Iconic Quotes From 'Full House'
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I remember watching Full House every single day before I would go to school, when I was in elementary school. This was my go-to show and it is still one of my absolute favorites. Sure, it got a bit cheesy at times, but I still love it.

In honor of this iconic show, here are five of my favorite "Full House" quotes and catch phrases.

"You got it dude!" - Michelle

This has to be one of the most memorable lines from the show. Even sitting here thinking about it right now, I can pcture little Michelle giving a thumbs up while saying it with a huge smile on her face.

"Clean is good, and dirt is bad" - Danny

Danny used to be one of my least favorite characters, but now he is easily one of my favorites. He's hilarious, quirky, and usually straight to the point. Mr.Tanner is very underrated, I said what I said!

"Have mercy!" - Jesse

Who doesn't love a little Uncle Jesse in their life? Even people who aren't really fans of the show know how legendary he is. It has to have something to do with how good looking and amazing John Stamos is, I'm sure. But Uncle Jesse saying "have mercy" made the show at least fourteen times better.

"How rude!" - Stephanie

A very young Stephanie Tanner confidently saying "how rude" is hilarious, cute, and iconic. I think this has to be one of the most memorable lines from the show. Heck, even Jodie Sweetin who played Stephanie has the quote in her Instagram bio.

"Cut! It! Out!" - Joey

Joey Gladstone is pretty much synonymous with "cut it out" at this point, let's be honest. I can't even tell you how many times I say this in my own life now, all because of this show.

Lori Loughlin drama aside, these quotes and catch phrases have stayed with me for pretty much all of my life. This is one of those shows I can watch and re-watch over and over again and never get sick of it. I'm still a little bit upset there is no Michelle on the Netflix reboot of Fuller House, but it's okay. I won't be bitter... Anyway, I'm gonna go listen to "Everywhere You Look", the Full House theme song.

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