Have Mercy and Check Out These 25 Surprising Secrets About Full House

Have mercy, Full House fans.

It’s been 25 years since ABC unceremoniously pulled the plug on the TGIF staple after eight wildly successful seasons, blaming the decision on ballooning production costs since ratings were still rather solid. After all, a whopping 24 million people tuned in to see the show’s finale, a two-part episode in which little Michelle Tanner (played rather iconically by twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) temporarily lost her memory, when it aired on May 23, 1995.

And in those two-and-a-half decades, our obsession with and affection for the ultimate symbol of the ’90s has endured. It’s given us a five-season sequel series, Fuller House, that wrapped up over the summer on Netflix. It’s why we’ve been so riveted when one star (cough Lori Loughlin cough) got caught up with the Feds.

And it’s why we refused to listen as the Olsen twins told us repeatedly that they had no interest in revisiting a role that they were cast in before they even had cognitive thought. (You just know there were fans out there holding onto to some semblance of hope that there was still a surprise cameo in store when the Fuller House finale dropped in June.)

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