5 Reasons Why You Should Watch "Fuller House"
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5 Reasons Why You Should Watch "Fuller House"

One of the best family shows comes back even fuller than before.

5 Reasons Why You Should Watch "Fuller House"

If you have not seen "Fuller House" yet, go right now and sit your butt on your couch and watch it all. You will not want to stop once you start!

Most of the world was excited to see the family classic, "Full House," come back to life as "Fuller House." Many grew up watching these characters and seeing one of TV's greatest families deal with the shenanigans of a sitcom style life. "Fuller House" takes a little twist on the family sitcom style by not making it as family friendly as the original. Lucky enough, the audience watching Fuller House is old enough to get the jokes they are telling; and they are the best jokes I've heard on TV in a while.

If you have not seen it yet and need a reason to, I have got 5 reasons for you! If you have already seen it and just want to be reminded why it is the greatest thing you've seen in a while, I have five reminders for you!

1. The Cast/Show Reunion

Show reunions can either be really good, or horribly bad. Thank God that "Fuller House" is really good. "Full House" had some of the most iconic characters for early 90's television. Seeing them all come back again (except for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) is one of the reasons why we all were excited to watch this. It is no doubt that the Tanners are one of the best families out there.

2. The Parallels

The producers and creators really outdid it when it came to connecting the lines from the original show to the remake. The new story line reflects the original story line by having D.J go through what her dad went through. They show her best friend and sister coming back to help her out in a difficult time, just like her dad's did. The cast is set up just like it was originally with D.J having three kids, all the same age as it started out before. This definitely makes the show familiar to old watchers, and provides the same story for first time watchers.

3. The Jokes

The first episode alone was filled with jokes about the reunion. It pulls us in because we are laughing right with them because we understand. Not only do they break the 4th wall (looking at the camera) but they make stabs at each other's characters and even at people who could not do the reunion. They also make pop culture jokes, including making a joke about Trump; which was honestly the best joke in the first episode! These jokes continue throughout the episodes, making it perfect.

4. The Kids

We all love a good, funny, and cute child actor/actress to compliment any TV show right? Maybe? No? Okay. Well these kids do more than just compliment the show, they make it better. They provided us with the perfect ages to watch: a baby, a little kid, and two teenagers. They work together so well, yet they are all so different. My favorite one is the middle child. Much like Stephanie, the original middle child, I love him to death. He is the one who has the best lines, and he acts them out so well. The baby is also crazy cute and the way the adults react with him are priceless.

5. The Flashbacks

Nothing would be complete without flashbacks every once in a while. This takes us back to the good old days of the original cast and remembering the good old times. The first episode of "Fuller House" makes a flashback to the first episode of "Full House" by recreating a scene and playing the old and new version side by side. If that does not get you then I do not know what will.

Go watch "Fuller House" on Netflix now!!

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