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What was once just an idea John Stamos proposed to Warner Brothers is now becoming more likely. A return of Full House to the airwaves. With Girl Meets World already in place over at Disney, this would mark the second remake of the Friday night lineup that ABC had over a decade ago. What is amazing to me is that Funniest Home Videos which was also around at that time for the network is still going strong. Different reports have said that some to most of the original cast would return. I would think the Olsen twins would be a big no except for some kind of cameo. They make far to much money doing other things and being on the show would force them to have to smile which might actually hurt them at this point in their lives. You know that Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin, Jodie Sweetin and Candace Cameron Bure would come back. It is not like they are having huge Hollywood careers. Do we want Dave Coulier to come back? I don't. Kimmy would be a lock because she and Candace are bff. You could just recycle every episode but have grandchildren instead of children. The Beach Boys would also like you to know they are available.
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