Surely, it was a shock for all "Full House" lovers when the announcement of "Fuller House" came out. Sometimes reboots can be painful-- We all watched the failure that was "Mean Girls 2," after all. Since some of us grew up watching "Full House," there has been a lot of skepticism surrounding the reboot. It can't be as good as the original, can it? It will just be disappointing, won't it? Of course it will never live up to the original (if we're being, honest, hardly anything ever does,) but "Fuller House has a lot of redeeming qualities. You should be pleasantly surprised about the nostalgia it'll make you feel, and you're sure to smile when you realize that not everything has changed.
1. Similar story lines
If you know anything about "Full House," you know that Danny Tanner's wife has died and he is raising three girls on his own. In "Fuller House," the story is similar with the gender in reverse. DJ's husband has died and she is raising three sons on her own, instead.
2. The set is pretty much identical
Remember this set? It looks pretty much the same in the reboot.
3. The "Flintstones" song
In "Fuller House," they sing the Flintstones song to DJ's baby, Tommy. It looks identical to when they sang to Michelle. Bonus? Tommy is played by two different babies, just like Michelle was!
4. Kimmy Gibbler is back
... And better than ever. Seriously, who doesn't love a little Kimmy Gibbler in their life? Don't worry, she hasn't changed a bit!
5. There is no lack of cute kids
We used to depend on Michelle and Stephanie for our doses of cuteness, but not to fear! Baby Tommy and little Max supply just enough cute moments.