Full House TV Show Analysis

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The 90’s was the famous year filled with family oriented shows and classic family sitcoms. There was "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," "Everybody loves Raymond," "Friends," "Seinfeld," and "The Nanny. The most important of them all that touched my heart was Full House. Full House is an American sitcom show. The show chronicles the events of widowed father, Danny Tanner, who is supported by his brother-in-law, Jesse Katsoplois and best friend, Joey Gladestone to help raise his three daughters, D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle Tanner. It aired from September 22, 1987, to May 23, 1995, broadcasting eight seasons that includes 192 episodes. The show is somewhat similar to Fresh Prince because it is family oriented. These were two shows I grew up watching and learning from. Full house is the best show on television because it has great life lessons to learn from, it includes various…show more content…
I grew up with two elder sisters. Being a teenager is hard, but D.J. and Stephanie guided us through the hard times. The was an episode where Stephanie's friends all tried to peer pressure her into smoking, and also watched D.J.'s high school love struggles. Whether the sister is older or younger than you, the fights are always going to happen. They can be fights about clothes, boys, or even about inanimate objects. No matter what sisters fight about over the years, it has most likely been covered by a feud between D.J., Stephanie, and Michelle. Watching the Tanner sisters grow up was an easier way to learn from their mistakes. Full House is known for the life lessons that making up the end of every episode. Every problem had a solution and was solved with a good talk, hug, and that ever-so-famous soundtrack. The best part is after 21 years they started a newer series called Fuller House on Netflix. It is a still running. So far it has two seasons completed and the third is 9 episodes completed and 9 more to
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