I'm changing it up a little bit today and sharing some "Thoughts for Thursday". I've been seeing people participate in this link-up and thought I'd give it a try.
Here are some random thoughts all about...
Raise your hand if you binge watched on Netflix this weekend and watched all the episodes?? ME! ME! ME! Tab didn't get home until late Saturday night and by that point the kids and I had watched them all.
*First of all, I loved Full House back in the 90's and I overall I loved Fuller House. It took me back. Way back. It was super nostalgic for me. My friend, Lori, and her kids watched a few episodes with us on Friday night. She MIGHT have heard me say, "I think I'm gonna cry". hahaha! #keepinitreal
*If I hadn't watched it back in the day, I'm not sure I would have enjoyed it near as much. It's cheesy. I get it, but I still liked it.
*I thought the dynamics of a house full of girls with young boys was clever.
*I enjoyed seeing the older generation make guest appearances.
*The little jabs at Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen weren't lost on me. I thought they were funny! And surely if they watched, they laughed too!
*I was the biggest Steve fan back in the day, but apparently I'm pro-Matt in 2016! The little love triangle was fun to watch, but wasn't there a LOT of kissing?! Every two minutes someone new was locking lips!
*It wasn't as family-friendly as I remember. Or maybe I usually don't watch with five and six-year-old eyes? My kids have watched lots of the reruns with me and other than the occasional naughty word they're appropriate. Fuller House wasn't as much for the young ones as Full House.
*These three were super cute and great together!
*And Uncle Jesse is still Uncle Jesse. :)
Overall, I was a big fan!! #twothumbsup
What'd YOU GUYS think??
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