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Full House 'Crossed A Line' With Kimmy Gibbler, And More Details From Andrea Barber

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Everyone's favorite annoying friend, Kimmy Gibbler, was the punchline to many jokes on Full House. Whether it was one-off remarks about not being wanted in her own home, constantly telling her her feet stink or making fun of her outfit which leads to her confronting Jesse, the show made sure one thing was well known: Kimmy Gibbler was a big joke.

"Wouldn't it be great if they could lose the [plane] passengers instead of the luggage?" asks Jesse after Kimmy comes back from a trip.

"Go live with a wildebeest," was one from Danny Tanner.

"Hey, Kimmy, where are you applying? Clown college?" is another gem from Jesse.

But now, 30 years after she started her role as Kimmy Gibbler, Andrea Barber says she definitely thinks there were some major problems with how Full House treated her character.

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