Good news for Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen! They’ll get a chance to get revenge on those bold fucks at Fuller House for shading on them on the first episode. Netflix has ordered up Fuller House #2, so I’m going to take a wild guess and say that the Trollsens will tell the cast that yeah, they’ll do an episode this time. Then on shooting day, a gift box will show up with a card attached that reads, “To: The Cast, Love: The Trollsens.” After the cast opens up the box, they’ll scream bloody murder after they see Mr. Bear’s chopped off head in it. Mary-Kate and Ashley will giggle with evil glee as they look into their crystal ball and see those bitches cry and suffer.
Anyway, I’m about 5 episodes into Fuller House and so far, watching it is like eating giant spoonfuls of over-processed cheese covered with sugar and syrup. It’s cheesy, sickly sweet, offensive and at times it makes me gag and cringe (and I haven’t even gotten to the Bollywood episode yet…). It’s just like the original flavor! I want less of the kids and much more of the growns, but I still love how terrible it is. I guess many hos love it (or love to hate watch it) too, because Netflix wants more. Fuller House’s Twitter page announced that a second season is coming soon. They didn’t burp up any details other than that.
It’s always good to live in a time when Kimmy Gibbler is getting a regular check for being on TV, but…. The writers and producers of the first season of Fuller House should be fired for not including a very important cast member I mentioned in the first paragraph of this post. There’s no Mr. Bear!
How was it possible that they did Fuller House without Mr. Bear? Hopefully they right that wrong in season 2 when a fully grown Mr. Bear reunites with Stephanie and tells her about how he ran away to Hollywood and finally landed his big break as “angry mama bear” in The Revenant.
And here’s Stephanie Tanner making her way to Good Morning America where she announced that she’s going to be on Dancing with the Has-Beens next season.