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'Full House' House on Sale

by Scott Harris, posted Feb 2nd 2010 12:00PM
It's one of the saddest moments of youth: when the home you grew up in is sold off to strangers. And now it's about to happen to the house that all America grew up with.

Yes, folks, it's true: the house featured on the beloved family sitcom 'Full House' is being offered up for sale to the highest bidder. According to NBC Los Angeles, the stately Victorian home, which was featured in the opening credits for most of the show's eight seasons, is on the block with an asking price of $4.1 million.

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Candace Cameron Won't Read 'Full House' Co-Star Jodie Sweetin's Memoir

by Nicholas White, posted Dec 17th 2009 12:15AM
Jodie Sweetin's new memoir 'Unsweetined,' which details some of the unsavory personal elements of her TV childhood background, won't have one reader among its ranks: former 'Full House' co-star Candace Cameron.

When asked this week if she had read Sweetin's book, which came out in November, Cameron, who played Sweetin's older sister on the late 80s/early 90s TV show, shook her head, smiled and said, "I have not."

"Well, I am a little curious, but I can pass," Cameron told Inside TV at Tuesday's JCPenney "Joy of Giving" party in West Hollywood.

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'Make it or Break It' Sets Season 1 Winter Return Date of January 4, 2010

by Ron Mwangaguhunga, posted Nov 19th 2009 3:00PM
Make It or Break ItWill an earlier premiere date make it or break it?

ABC Family will find that out when the hit gymnastics series 'Make It or Break It' premieres Jan. 4 at 9PM, right after the season 2 winter premiere of 'The Secret Life of the American Teenager.' 'Make It' was originally supposed to premiere one week later, on Jan. 11, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The show, which has received an additional 10-episode order, has been a ratings gold mine for ABC Family. Its series premiere, for example, was the network's second-highest series launch ever in adults 18-34 and viewers 12-34.

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A&E Picks Up 'Bob Saget's Strange Days': Which Groups Should He Travel With?

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Nov 17th 2009 1:15PM
Bob SagetComedian Bob Saget is going on a few road trips next year.

A&E and the longtime television personality have agreed to produce a new travel series under the working title 'Bob Saget's Strange Days,' in which he explores off-beat communities and subcultures. So far, the show will have Saget hanging out with biker gangs, mail-order brides, partying Amish teenagers and survivalists. An initial order of seven one-hour episodes are scheduled to air at some point in 2010, according to Variety.

The show is said to stem from Saget's stand-up routine, and will explore alternative lifestyles while trying to uncover a more emotive element. In a statement released, senior vice president Robert Sharenow said the show "will reveal hidden corners of the real America and the real Bob Saget, who is even funnier and more relatable when just being himself than any other role he's ever played."

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'Full House' Star Jodie Sweetin Shares Drug Abuse Details on 'Today' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 2nd 2009 2:44PM
TV viewers know her best as Stephanie Tanner on 'Full House,' but, as shown in this clip from 'Today,' the life of actress Jodie Sweetin wasn't nearly as wholesome as it was on the long-running ABC sitcom.

In her memoir, 'Unsweetined,' the child star comes clean on her battle with alcohol and drugs that began after the sitcom ended and ran into adulthood.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Candace Cameron (Bure) returning to television on Make It or Break It tonight

by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 22nd 2009 3:22PM
Candace Cameron BureWe all watched her grow up on Full House and then we watched her disappear from our television screens, seemingly forever. I don't know if I'll go so far as to say Candace Cameron was to the early '90s what Alyssa Milano was to the late '80s, but that's because I'll be forever loyal to my boyhood crush on Samantha Micelli. But while Milano has been on the airwaves virtually every season since the question of Who's the Boss? was answered when the network canceled it, not so for Cameron.

She got married and went off to raise her kids for ten years, giving us only a few appearances in that time. Now 33 and ready to get back to work full time, Candace Cameron Bure will be one of the stars in ABC Family's gymnastic-themed Make It or Break It, premiering tonight at 9pm ET.

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What if Lost were a sitcom from the nineties?

by Eliot Glazer, posted Jun 18th 2009 6:07PM
evangeline lilly kate austen lostLost fanatics, rejoice! We may still have, oh, more than half a year left before we get cheerfully dumped with a load of new episodes (::drool::), but in the meantime, we have DVD's, abc.com, repeats on SyFy, and YouTube!

Yes, YouTube.

Well, technically, we can't get our fix of full episodes on "the Tubez," but the site still provides us with plenty of fodder; fan dedications, clip montages, and music videos galore. Let's face it: people love their Hurley birds, smoke monsters, and everlasting, cancer-conquering romances. And why shouldn't they?

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Seven '90s TV Show Reunions That Need to Happen Right Now

by Kelly Woo, posted Jun 9th 2009 6:00PM


The Zack Attack is back! Alas, it was for one night only.

Last night, Mark-Paul Gosselaar surprised Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' by showing up dressed as Zack Morris from 'Saved By the Bell' -- complete with giant mobile phone. Fallon's been obsessed with putting together a 'Saved By the Bell' reunion, and Gosselaar (who now stars in TNT's 'Raising the Bar') gamely agreed to participate -- if Fallon can get everybody else on board.

It got us thinking about which of our favorite '90s sitcoms need to hold reunions, like, yesterday. 'The Today Show' already hosted a 'Cosby Show' reunion, but here are some more meet-back-ups we really, really want to see:

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Stamos wants to flush Full House into movie theaters

by John Scott Lewinski, posted Jun 8th 2009 7:27PM
John Stamos wants to bring new twins to the big screen in a Full House movie.John Stamos wants to make a movie out of Full House. Not since the talk of adapting Hello, Larry has a rumor caused such an enthusiastic uproar.

The original show featured a widowed father (Bob Saget) who turns to a wacky friend (Dave Coulier) and his brother-in-law (John Stamos) to help raise his three daughters after his late wife was killed by a drunk driver. Yes, that was the set-up for one of the lightest of lightweight comedies.

According to Moviefone, Stamos says he's putting together a project that would not include the original Full House cast. That would save us all from watching a 90 minute exploration of how two sickly sweet, perky Olson twins became desperately thin, tragic drug addicts. Cue the laugh track.

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Greatest TV Dads

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jun 8th 2009 6:00AM
John GoodmanReal-life dads are sometimes preoccupied with their careers and distracted by life's many complications. Happily, on TV, all dads have plenty of quality time to share with their kids, while dispensing encouraging words and occasional tough love.

Maybe that's because TV dads never spend much time at work. (We're pretty sure everyone's fathers would sign up for that!) Step into the wonderful make-believe world where every day is Father's Day, and join us as we count down our 20 favorite TV dads.

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'Full House' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jun 2nd 2009 6:00AM
Full HouseRatings for 'Full House,' which began its run in '87, were low at first, with critics panning the cheese factor of the San Francisco-set sitcom. For its second season, ABC moved the Tanners to the family-friendly TGIF lineup, and the show about a widower raising his three daughters with the help of his brother-in-law and best friend found its groove. (Cheese factor? What cheese factor?)

Running eight seasons, 'Full House' became iconic pop candy for Generation X. Just a taste of what it gave us: eye-rolling references for later dorm-room talks, John Stamos' "bad guys just need a hug" lesson -- and the Olsen twins, adorable-little-Michelle-turned-billion-dollar-empire-controlling entertainment tycoons. Name another sitcom with a track record like that ... Exactly.


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Bob Saget + sex jokes about the Olsens = awkward

by Kona Gallagher, posted Aug 6th 2008 10:01AM
bob saget roastBob Saget's Comedy Central roast was filmed Sunday night, and the typically raunchy affair may have crossed the line a little bit. Despite being a famously foul-mouthed comedian himself, Saget is best known for playing warm and fuzzy Danny Tanner on Full House. It was because of this famous role that most of the jokes centered on two of his diminutive co-stars: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Whether it was Gilbert Gottfried suggesting that Saget seduced the twins with chocolate milkshakes or Uncle Jesse himself, John Stamos, saying things like, "The whole time Bob and I were doing Full House, he was also hosting America's Funniest Home Videos. His entire job consisted of saying 'Take a look at this' which is what he used to say to Mary Kate in her dressing room," the subject of inappropriate relations with children was apparently a high source of comedy.

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TV Dogs Quiz

by Kim Potts, posted Jul 14th 2008 6:00AM
LassieWhich TV pooch released an autobiography called 'My Life as a Dog'?

Island-dwelling heroes, martini-swilling Ivy Leaguers and autobiography-penning sitcom actors ... we're talking, of course, about TV land's most beloved canine cohorts.

How much do you know about the most memorable prime-time pooches?

Take our quiz and find out! Be warned: it's "ruff" stuff.





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Mary-Kate Olsen joins Samantha Who?

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Jun 24th 2008 6:02PM
Mary-Kate OlsenFans of Full House mark your calendars! Famous twin Mary-Kate Olsen, who recently appeared in a few episodes of Showtime's Weeds, will guest star on ABC's hit sitcom Samantha Who?

The 22-year-old actress will appear in one episode of the good-versus-evil series starring Christina Applegate this fall. Right now, there are no plans to have the actress return for more episodes.

Slight spoilers about Mary-Kate's role on SW? coming up!

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TV Catchphrases Quiz

by AOL TV Staff, posted Dec 5th 2007 11:26AM
On which show did the phrase "Yada, yada, yada" first appear?

'The Office''s Michael Scott (Steve Carell) single-handedly brought back "That's what she said" jokes and the world is forever in his debt.

Some shows are so jam-packed with quotable lines that it's hard to keep track of who said what.

It's time to prove your knowledge of the origins of television's greatest catchphrases by taking our quiz.



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