So far John Stamos, who plays hunky Uncle Jesse, and Bob Saget have signed on for the project. Apparently the entire revival was actually John Stamos' idea, which is really not at all surprising. The original writer and producer from the series have also agreed to spearhead the project.
"Trapped inside of every White girl is a strong Black woman ready to bust out.” Ummmmm???
And we've arrived at the #fAtalefinale! Also, it was Thanksgiving! Glad to know where we are in time because you sure as hell can't tell by their clothes.
So far in this episode I have been extremely disappointed. Marquel was sent home (but really, who would choose Marquel over Jesse?), and despite the fact that ABC tricked me into believing that someone went out into the jungle and got lost and cried… That didn’t happen.
I can’t explain how mad I was when I realized there were four hours of this show on in a row, but here we are. And to be honest, it was pretty entertaining.
Spoiler alert: Hannah Horvath cannot ride a bike.
While rom-coms are a welcome departure from real life, most seem to skip over the college years altogether (maybe because of the absolute absence of any romance in an underage bar where college football plays in the background).
If, for some odd reason, you're unfamiliar with the magic of the series, Netflix has you covered. If, on the other hand, you spent the majority of your childhood plotting your marriage to Zack Morris, you'll be happy to know that he turned out okay.
"Act normal bitches," pretty much sums up last night's show.
To start off this week, we were able to watch the couples interact immediately following the rose ceremony. It was everything.
The messiest show on television.
I'm suggesting a Kardashian boycott, and we're not watching until the three K's and their various hanger-ons admit the truth.
"The truth doesn't amount to much when it comes from a bunch of liars," never have truer words been spoken about this show. And surprise, surprise, it came from Aria, one of the best liars.
All week I have been patiently waiting to see the scandal between Michelle K. and one of the crew members on the set — and it did not disappoint.
*Marissa Cooper screaming profusely at a swimming pool.*
Being "pretty" all the time isn't actually ideal.
WHO IS THAT SCRUFFY (SEXY? TBD) VAGABOND???????
What do you get when you bring 11 hot past Bachelor/Bachelorette contestants to a tiny hut in Mexico? Pretty much exactly what you would expect.
Romantic Comedies are the best type of movies. In the mists of the tears, the laughter, the arguments, and the oh, so passionate kisses romantic comedies provide the audience with life lessons that anyone can relate to.
It's clear that Harrington is really exercising his acting chops, you know, by playing a guy that blindly pledges allegiance to something..oh wait.
Joey is not the basic dumb guy that he's made out to be. He's easily one of the funniest Friends, he's the most loyal of the group, and he's genuinely sweet, kind, and caring.
This is like asking me to root for a women's basketball league where all the players are men.
Was it just me or did this episode seem a little slow?
Queen Elsa was originally supposed to be a villain.
Twist ending: Nick was a creepy staaaaaalker.