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10 Shows That Weren't Afraid To Get Real With Their Audiences, Even When It Broke Our Hearts

There were a lot of people telling us not to watch too much TV when we were young. I always remember that my Grammie would tell me that if I watched too much TV my eyes would go cross-eyed. But the thing is, watching TV was how we learned a lot of our really big lessons! Growing up in a small town before the internet existed, I tended to miss out on a lot of the big issues that our world had. I was in the self-contained bubble and while it was a nice and safe place to grow up

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We May Finally Know Who Alanis Morissette Wrote "You Oughta Know" About

More than 20 years after it first hit the airwaves, Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" is still one of our favorite songs from the '90s.Not only is it a staple of our "breakup song" playlists to this day, the hit also marked a major turning point in the singer's career. "You Oughta Know," like the rest of the album Jagged Little Pill, transitioned Morissette from pop music to alternative rock.Morissette in 1995.USA TodayBut the real lasting legacy of the tune is the mystery surrounding it. There's no denying that the song is an angry ode to an

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Andrea Barber Reveals 'Full House' "Crossed A Line" With Kimmy Gibbler

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

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12 'Full House' Quotes That Will Have You Saying "Oh, Mylanta!"

"Everywhere you look, everywhere you go..." there's a catch phrase that you have been using for decades and you never get sick of it. Full House has been in our lives since the late '80s when it first aired on TV. No matter how old you are, we all know the characters from the classic throwback show and we have definitely seen it more than once on reruns. While we may feel old thinking about how long ago this showed aired, not to mention that it has been off the air for 20 years, these phrases we all grew to

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Looking For A "Full House" Reunion? You Got It Dude

Michelle and Danny Tanner are together again and we couldn't be more excited. Ashley Olsen made a rare public appearance in New York City to support her TV dad, Bob Saget, at the Scleromderma Research Foundation's Cool Comedy Hot Cuisine fundraising event. Ashley and her twin sister Mary-Kate played the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House from 1987 to 1995. The girls were only 9-months-old when they started the series. PeopleWhen the Netflix spin-off series, Fuller House started, they were the only ones not to return to the cast. "Ashley said, ‘I have not been in front of a

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6 Facts About Full House That Will Leave You Saying "Have Mercy!"

Were you a fan of Full House when it was on, or did you warm up to it after the show ended? No matter when you started tuning into the Full family, we can all agree that the reason we kept coming back to this show was more than just the hilarious jokes, or the cutesy wiles of the Olsen twins, or even the charm of Uncle Jesse. Even if you've watched these episodes 100 times over, I bet you still didn't know all of these behind-the-scenes facts from the family that came together!What's In A Name?Atlas ObscuraThe

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

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

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A Guide To All The TV Reboots That Are Happening Whether You Want Them Or Not

It seems like everywhere you look, another one of the iconic things from your childhood manages to come back. Whether it's all these Disney movies trying live-action versions, or our old toys, or even our old drinks, the 80s and 90s are definitely back with a vengence. It's getting hard to keep track about all of the reboots and reunions that are going on right now, but luckily we've got you covered. Full House (Now called Fuller House)NetflixWhat is it? The classic 90s sitcom was revamped for Netflix a few years ago. Now DJ, Stephanie and Kimmy all live

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7 Things You Didn't Know About John Stamos That Will Make You Say "Have Mercy"

John Stamos is an absolute legend. His hair alone used to cause complete and total commotion! The actor was a staple in the 80s and 90s thanks to his charming smile and the lovable characters he played.GiphyHow much do you know about the actor himself? He's a lot more than just Uncle Jesse! Let's take a look at the man behind the mullet! John Stamos can play the drumsGoodwill of Orange County / Lisa Renee PhotographyHe isn't acting when he plays the drums in Full House! He actually can play the instrument so well that he once went on tour

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11 Obnoxious Sitcom Characters From The 90s That Are Just The Absolute Worst

Sitcoms are one of the very best things available to watch. Sure, cartoons were great and dramas are fine, but sitcoms were the absolute greatest. There were so many to chose from, all with their own great stories. The thing is, not all characters can be winners. Sometimes there is a really annoying character who is necessary to the plot but honestly, just something about them drove us nuts. There were just so many irritating characters that we put up with, how many of these do you remember hating? 1. Steve UrkelABCSure, he was one of the main characters, but