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Have Mercy: A 'Full House' Reunion Series Is Coming to Netflix!

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Update (April 21, 2015): John Stamos has confirmed the news! Netflix has ordered 13 episodes to air in 2016. The revival will begin with a one-hour reunion episode followed by the spin-off series, which will feature Kimmy Gibbler and Stephanie (maybe this post persuaded them to include her, after all!) helping D.J. raise her two sons and the baby on the way after her husband dies. You can exhale; she wasn't married to Steve so there's hope for them still! Watch Uncle Jesse break the news on Jimmy Kimmel Live:

Full House lives! According to TVLine, Netflix is dangerously close to green-lighting a new series called Fuller House, starring D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) and her BFF Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), with probable guest stars John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier! If you're feeling a wicked case of deja vu, it's probably because this kind of news has been reported before and then revealed as a hoax. (You might remember the mini meltdown I had over the last fake-out.)

We'll hold off celebrating until the paperwork is signed, sealed, delivered, but in the meantime, here is a humble request if this thing is actually going to happen: More Stephanie Tanner! None of the articles I've read on the subject have mentioned the best Tanner daughter (how rude!). Why shouldn't she be in the mix?

She goes to make out parties:



She tells it like it is:


She is an expert at throwing shade:


She faces the same dilemmas as us:


She stands up for herself:


And she break dances to Boyz II Men:

I rest my case.


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