One day DJ was in her room with her sisters when suddenly she runs to the bathroom. When she sees the blood she screams. Becky hears her and comes in. DJ tells Becky about the blood and Becky says DJ got her first period. She tells DJ that if she has any questions about her period or anything about puberty to come to her.
As I write this, James Holzhauer is about halfway to Ken Jennings' record on Jeopardy!; all he has to do is win 75 (instead of 74), and he will hold the record to most games won.
Lately, I've been reading a lot of YouTube comments suggesting this is all "fixed", "rigged", and the guy is a "cheat".
Let me give you an insight to the show itself before we go back to the subject at hand: Merv Griffin was anxious to get quiz shows back on the air after the scandals of the 1950s. He was nervous, too, as his wife Julann suggest he do a shot where the players are given the answers and he literally had to remind her about what happened on the old shows: the producers went to jail. But then she clarified something to him: Give the players the answers, and hav…
About 14 years ago I watched an episode of Millionaire where I saw a contestant get a question about how many gifts there were in the song about the 12 Days of Christmas. He guessed 78, as did I, but both of us were shocked to find out it was 364.
You're wondering how we both guessed 78: Simple, the first line in each verse (i.e. the partridge on the first day, turtle doves on the second, etc.).
Now, the question is: how in the world was it 364, and where did we go wrong? Comment below. Gameshowguy2000 (talk) 04:28, December 21, 2018 (UTC)
OK, I am glad to announce that I am officially a member of the Frozen watchers club.
For those who don't know, it's based on the Hans Christen Anderson tale The Snow Queen. But, given that most everyone's seen the movie to this point, I'll just go straight to my review.
It's a great movie, and like everyone else who finishes watching it the first time, you'll won't be able to let go (no pun intended) of "Let It Go". And there's a reprise version of the movie song for the stage show at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World. In fact, every time I bring it up at work, some of my co-workers ask me to just refrain from singing it. Of course, I can understand why.
After watching the movie, I thought about what could happen if they were to do it with the …
"F + Hull, Full. H + Ow + Sss. House. Full House! If you can do that, you could win a brand new car, as we play Classic Concentration! And here's the host of Concentration, Alex Trebek!"
Yes, ladies and gentlemen. As some of you Full House fans may or may not know, myself and Musdan77, in addition to being Full House fans, are also game show fans, and enjoyed this revival of a classic 1950's game show hosted originally by Hugh Downs, later of 20/20. But enough of that. Let's get down to the nitty-gritty.
In the front game, the board has 25 squares instead of 30 from the original. As each incarnation goes, two contestants compete to solve rebus puzzles to win prizes, but for this particular incarnation, the winner goes onto win a brand new car.
My favorite characters are:
- Michelle Tanner
- Stephanie Tanner
- Jesse Katsopolis
- D.J. Tanner
- Danny Tanner
- Joey Gladstone
- Rebecca Katsopolis
- Alex Katsopolis
- Nicky Katsopolis
- Kimmy Gibbler
Hi people. I'm sorry, I just arrived here but I need to warn all of you about spoilers.
I need to warn you about that I liike to talk about episodes, like everyone, but I get really happy and then, I can say some spoilers accdentally. So, everytime some spoilers appears in any post, I will put a warning like "LOOK OUT!! SPOILERS!" or "SPOILER ALERT" or something like that. I will try my best to save the spoilers for later, but I don't think I will save it for much later than a week. So....
I WILL TRY TO SAVE SPOILERS UNTIL ONE WEEK LATER FROM WHEN THE EPISODE WAS RELEASED, IN RESPECT TO ANYONE THAT COULDN'T WATCH IT.
Some of you might know David Ruprecht as host of Supermarket Sweep, but he was a guest star in the Season 8 episode "Making Out is Hard to Do".
You're asking, "Supermarket Sweep is an easy game show, John, but how is it the easiest, in your view?"
Simple: All the questions have to do with something we do at least once a week--shop for groceries. And basically, they have to do with brand names. If you know brand names, you should have no problem.
If you think otherwise and think it's hard, say so in the comments below! But also explain why, please. I'm all ears. Gameshowguy2000 (talk) 05:14, December 1, 2017 (UTC)
If you might not know already, users like myself are autistic.
I want to bring attention to something that's been crossing my mind--this so-called "cure" for it.
There is no cure. NO CURE AT ALL!
I've been reading a lot about how the organization "Autism Speaks" is literally bashing anyone who's autistic. And if you think that's bad, I read a comment on a YouTube video that suggests autistic people "need to be put in a zoo."
Well, excuse me! Just because I am an autistic person doesn't mean I deserve to be put in a zoo.
Whether I can be considered a "normal" person is up to the individual. But just because I've got a disability doesn't mean I can be bashed for it. I am sure there are probably other individuals here that are autistic. That's fine, I …
Recently I was checking out a $OTC project on Musdan77's YouTube channel and that inspired this post for a revival that I watched only once, but concur with everyone else that it was just bad. BTW, this month marks a decade since its launch.
Like the original, the three players start out with $20. Er, scratch that...that's T$20 (20 Temptation dollars). Like the classic, get a question right, earn T$5; get a question wrong, lose T$5.
You've got your Instant Bargains...but they're nowhere near what you'd find in the classic show. From what I read on Game Show Garbage, those prizes were geared towards ladies.
Then your Fame Game...it's more of a hybrid of Wheel of Fortune's Toss-Up puzzles than the use of that board and your "Who Am I?"-type question…
''Deal or No Deal''--when to go all the way, and when to take an offer (or better, when to take a six-figure offer)
Everyone remembers a decade ago when Deal or No Deal came to the US, which, like Millionaire became an international hit.
Now, everyone also knows that it takes luck, guts, and skill to win big money...and the object is simple: pick a case and hope it contains the big prize.
But that's too easy--so in a series of rounds, you eliminate cases hoping your big prize case still remains in play. Every so often, a mysterious Banker calls the host via telephone and offers you a guaranteed cash prize to sell your case and stop your game and stop you from going home with as much money as possible. Enter the title question, "DEAL OR NO DEAL?"
Eliminate big amounts, offers go down; eliminate small amounts, offers go up. But when it comes to the offers, this …
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It's that viewers didn't have to put up with split-screen credits at the time, because in Fall 1995, just about all the major networks switched their credits to split-screen, and since the repeats have began airing on cable, the credits are split-screen.
In syndication, they weren't in split-screen, and neither when they aired on NBC Daytime (back when they had game shows such as Wheel of Fortune with Bob Goen and Classic Concentration and To Tell the Truth, both with Alex Trebek).
So my theory is this...had Full House gone even one more season, even on The WB (now The CW as of 2006), we fans would've been pretty unhappy with split-screen credits.
Off-note: The cable repeats also have the audio sped-up just a tad...however, not sped-up to where ever…
I know some of you might think that that may be a bad idea. Maybe, but then again, it may not be.
You're thinking..."If PBS were to pick up Full House, how could it stay on the air? And how long could it stay on the air?"
Simple--just like with any other PBS program, you pledge to your local station, and you'll get thank-you gifts--heck, the DVD sets (by season or even the Complete Series) might be a great thank-you gift.
Heck, I could picture the cast members taking turns with the funding sponsors. Or even just the customary "Funding for Full House is made possible by a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank you."
Chime in with your thoughts below. Gameshowguy2000 (ta…
I wish that in one episode of fuller house, DJ, Stephanie and Kimmy get to visit Jesse, Becky and Danny in LA cause I would like to see their apartments in Los Angeles. I can't wait till season 3 though!
You're asking yourself, how?
Well, everyone knows Jesse loves fried chicken and D.J. loves chicken Parmesan. That means John Stamos and Candace Cameron Bure (for example) could judge challenges like these and ask the home cooks (both adult and Junior) to elevate dishes like these.
Stephanie loves pizza, and Jodie Sweetin could ask them to elevate pizzas to restaurant-quality style...like BBQ Chicken or Buffalo Chicken, for example.
Michelle loves chocolate cake and ice cream, and the Olsen Twins could ask them to elevate those or maybe even create their own ice cream flavors.
Let's turn this into food for thought and chime in your thoughts or ideas below. Gameshowguy2000 (talk) 00:22, July 27, 2017 (UTC)
When I first watched the show, I just saw it as just your ordinary sitcom. But as I grew up, I realized it was named for a poker term, in particular a hand that consists of a pair and three-of-a-kind.
But, as some may not know, poker was actually played on the show itself. Two instances of such. I didn't know if they fit for the episode pages, so I decided to do it here for the time being.
"A Little Romance" (Season 2) - In this episode, Nick, Michelle, and Stephanie play . Stephanie declares that "6's, 9's, Kings, and one-eyed Jacks (Hearts and Spades) are wild", and they used Flintstones and Hello Kitty-related items as "money", and Michelle ends up winning the pot.
But let me explain the game for those who've probably never heard of it. Li…
Just about every Full House fan knows Bob Saget for his work on the show as Danny Tanner, and his side project as host of America's Funniest Home Videos from 1989-96. But what some people don't know is that he was host of the NBC version of the game show 1 vs. 100. I'll explain how that works in a minute. But it's possible that they, if some game shows were still on the air today, a Full House "reunion" of sorts could be possible. Let's take a look at the possibilities:
Sale of the Century - Musdan77 has a "project" of this show on his YouTube channel, and it seems it could work. Full House DVD sets as Instant Bargains? Yep....who wouldn't wanna buy those at bargain prices (and you don't even need Amazon or eBay...unless their gift cards also make great i…
As many of you know, slot machines are the way to gamble and get rich quick. As we saw in "Luck Be a Lady (Part 1)", Joey got lucky 3 spins and won $32 before he went off to get a change bucket and told the girls to guard his machine. And believe it or not, it wasn't just any machine--this one had 4 wheels, and the possibility of a $100,000 jackpot if 4 "7"'s were spun. Stephanie gave D.J. her silver dollar and they quickly popped it into the slot and pulled the handle before Joey came back, and in a split-second, they got the jackpot (but it was discovered they pulled the handle and Joey was not entitled to the money, but that didn't stop him the next day, as he won $5 more).
But whether it's the regular mechanical slot machine (as we saw; and the…
So, if you haven't seen the end of season 2 of Fuller House, SPOILER ALERT! This is an analysis of the finale of this season. So, this episode right away featured Danny, Jessie, Joey, and Becky, who each had their moments in the episode. I'll start with Dj and Matt. Matt is off on a trip, and he says he will be back before New Year's eve. Of course, he gets there at the most awkward moment possible, and walks in when Dj proposes to Cj for Steve, because Steve was at a blank. I personally think Matt should've NOT made it before midnight, and for Matt and Dj to have some dramatic fight, to leave more of a cliffhanger, but I think the ending was fine. Now, Steve and Cj. Right away Steve knew he was proposing to Cj that night. Steve need help …
Did you all like fuller house or not explain why for your opinion.
What is your least and favorite full house episodes and why.
Who is your dislikful character and your favorite character and why?
Did anyone catch the Fuller House cast on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon? Check it out - it's a pretty funny sketch with Jimmy as Donald Trump, complete with the whole group singing the Full House theme!
Directions : Copy and paste this below in the comments and fill it out.
- Love :
- Like :
- Dislike :
- First Character I fell in love with was :
- Character(s) I love everyone hates :
- Character(s) I hate everyone else loves :
- Character(s) I use to love but not anymore :
- Character(s) I use to dislike but love/like now :
- Ships I ship :
- Ships I despise :
I tried to post this on the old wikia forum but didn't have enough room. This post is on an independent article I read about the Full House episode "Kissing Cousins". I am asking for everybody's opinion on the matter.
The reason for this post was I want to get everyone's opinion on this article that I read. () It blames the episode "Kissing Cousins" for being stereotypical "xenophobic propaganda" and hateful towards Greeks. As a Greek-American I blatantly disagree well the episode was indeed stereotypical I personally thought it was funny and was a good example of using stereotypes for comedic affect that everyone can laugh at and not comedic "propaganda" that is written at the expense of Greek Americans. This is just my opinion however.…
Anakin Tanner is the cousin of the Tanner kids.
Anakin is the cousin D.J. Stephanie and Michelle Tanner. Anakin was born in 1995 in Hollywood California as an actor and a natural football expert. Anakin loves his cousins though he seems to be closer with Stephanie as he hugged her when he saw her. Anakin is a bit over protective of his cousins and will help them anyway he can.
- Stephanie Tanner (cousin)
Anakin really cares about Stephanie as he is always with her at more then D.J. and Michelle. Stephanie loves Anakin very much as every time he would visit her she would hug him first before letting the other girls hug him.
- D.J. Tanner (cousin)
D.J. is always trying to get closer with Anakin but she understand why he is always around Stephanie mor…
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Lifetime network is moving forward with an "unauthorized" behind-the-scenes TV movie chronicling the cast of the series, "explor[ing] the pressure they faced to balance idyllic family life on the show with the more complicated reality of their own lives outside the series." Reportedly this 'tell-all' will be made in the same vein as the recent "Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story" - which ended up being far less successful than the network had hoped. Lifetime is banking on the resurgence in popularity Full House has seen with the news of Fuller House being greenlit as a spinoff series for 2016 on Netflix.
What do you think of this unauthorized tell-all concept being applied to Full House? Is this somethin…
i love John Stamos because when i was 13 or 14 i watch "Full House" and it my favorite tv show and i think Jesse look cute and i thought that his real name was Jesse, but it not and his real name is John Stamos and i think he so cute and funny!!!!!!!
If you do, or want to try reading them, go here: https://www.fanfiction.net/tv/Full-House/
Let’s face it. Have you ever had a best friend who everyone else saw as annoying except you? How many people are disliked by their best friend’s family? I can think of one: Kimberly Louise “Kimmy” Gibbler, best friend to Donna Jo “D.J.” Tanner on “Full House” (1987 — 1995).
Disliked by almost everyone in the Tanner family except D.J., Kimmy is that kind of best friend.
While some members of the Tanner household can tolerate her, other members can’t stand her. Stephanie in particular dislikes Kimmy, who in turn teases her back quite a bit in the early seasons. Kimmy is not above teasing the other Tanners also, calling Jesse “Hairboy” because of his perfect hair at times and calling Danny “Mr. T” (which he sometimes doesn’t seem to mind a bit)…
If you haven't yet, and you're the kind of person who isn't offended by strong language, and genuinely want a good laugh, then feel free to visit fullhousereviewed.com, and trust me, you won't be sorry. It's a total hoot, and, if you're familiar with funny details, you'll be sorry you didn't read it earlier.
There are a couple of features that I've added:
- Top 10 Lists – Anyone can now make a votable list (the same way as creating a new page).
- Achievement Badges – The more edits you make the more badges you get. Unfortunately for those who have already made a lot of edits, it's not retroactive. So, it counts from here on. (Leaderboard)
Also, instead of a separate talk page, each page now has a comment section at the bottom. I think that's better. But, if you have any comments on these changes, good or bad, let me know. --Musdan77 (talk) 00:59, November 23, 2013 (UTC)
There is currently (according to user search) no admin for Full House Wiki, and there has recently been much vandalism. I would like to apply a request to become admin. Any comments?
Hi, everyone. Well, after waiting awhile, I submitted my request, and later became admin. Now, those of you who have done a substantial amount of work (like Grizabella45, Degrassigirl07), if you want, I can give you bureaucrat rights. Just leave me a message on my talk page. --Musdan77 (talk) 00:39, November 23, 2013 (UTC)