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Monday, February 29, 2016

Fuller House Parodies Are Proliferating

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Have you watched Fuller House? Apparently, there are at least a few clever acknowledgements of the Olsen Twins' absence. First, Danny Tanner says, "Michelle sends her love, but she's busy running her fashion empire in New York," before camera pulls back to reveal the entire cast throwing shade en masse in the form of mugging for the camera.

Second, one character — D.J.'s daughter, maybe? — says she bought a dress by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, prompting Kimmy Gibbler to grab the receipt and say, "At these prices, no wonder they don't need to act anymore."

BURN.

But the parodies are proliferating. There was the porn one, Full Holes. (Duh; inevitable.) Here is the non-sexy version, which did not seem to antagonize noted Christian Candace Cameron that much.

Full Holes Official Trailer (SFW) from Pornhub TV on Vimeo.

Then there was Fuller House in the Real San Francisco, a silent parody that recites a litany of depressing facts about housing in S.F. You probably know most of them by heart already, although it's worth noting that four of the Painted Ladies sold for a cumulative $12 million.


Naturally some Brooklyn hipsters made their own. The OTHER Full House is a little out-there, with a little line-flubbing and lot of rubbing tomato salsa into Michelle's scalp after she contracts fleas. Considering that several participants are part of Hand Job Academy, an all-female rap trio best known for the song "Shark Week," one mini-episode is about Stephanie getting her period for the first time.

"There's nothing to be ashamed of, except every part of what comes out of you," says the Bob Saget character. "When you're ready to become a woman, your body goes through some changes."  

"Like, you get knockers," D.J. says.


I really hope Full House: The Musical comes to SHN.




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Peter Lawrence Kane

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Peter Lawrence Kane is SF Weekly's Arts Editor. He has lived in San Francisco since 2008 and is two-thirds the way toward his goal of visiting all 59 national parks.

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