Episode 11: Partnerships in the Night
- Remember when Danny was bachelor of the month and he had multiple women interested in him? Now it is Stephanie turn to be San Francisco’s most wanted.
- Why didn’t they just show D.J.’s date with Matt instead of just talking about it?
- Kimmy’s scarves are the best.
- Stephanie and Kimmy working together is a fun idea. Bet you didn’t see that coming. It is kind of like when Joey and Jesse became business partners. See the similarities in shows?
- Obviously, Matt was going to inherit the vet clinic. He was a shoe-in.
- The cow in the kitchen LOL Danny would have had a heart attack. Kind of like when Michelle brought a donkey into the kitchen. I can make these comparisons all day, people. I should be a writer for next season. I’m available.
- D.J. should open her own place. Steal Matt’s customers! Girl power!
- The Indian theme party is fun, but it may be a bit culturally insensitive. Especially the joke about baby Tommy’s turban. The show really is pushing some buttons which is probably why it isn’t on cable TV.
- Flash mob dancing is the best. More dancing. There is always dancing in this show.
- Not a good idea mixing business and pleasure. Matt and D.J. may be future business partners, but there is no guarantee that they will be life partners, just saying.
Episode 12: Save the Dates
- We need a Jenga. Such a fun game.
- Stephanie is great with advice for the kids.
- Lunch meat jenga. Oh, Kimmy.
- Yay! It is Steve date day.
- Okay, that wig is bad!
- Shoulder pads (diapers LOL) and slap bracelets, nice.
- Jackson should have at least taken a couple turns before losing.
- Max is cute even when he gloats! What a great actor.
- Kimmy’s purple dress is awesome! Mani, pedi, massage day. Yes, please.
- I have never seen Ghost, but I know the scene.
- Their singing and burger making was too, too funny!
- Steve should have used soap after touching the meat, though.
- See, Steve would be the perfect dad.
- Twister, another great, classic game!
- Max and Stephanie: Middle children unite.
- More Stephanie singing.
- The Stephanie/Kimmy kiss was awkward and too long. Trying too hard to be funny.
- I was holding my breath when Fernando gave Kimmy divorce papers!
- Phew, he proposed again.
- The Bachelorette references are hilarious.
Episode 13: Love is in the Air
- I had high hopes for this episode. Had being the key word here.
- It’s official Matt and D.J. are partners in business.
- Cheesy scene with Steve photo bombing.
- Pretty dramatic that Kimmy and Fernando were only divorced for a few days before jumping on Becky and Jesse’s vow renewal ceremony.
- I like their apartment as a little love nest. Should have been Elvis themed.
- Tommy and the cheese burgers: cute, cute, cute.
- Uncle Jesse giving Jackson love advice. “Should I blow raspberries on her belly? “‘I think that’s a little too advanced for you.”
- Awwww Ramona and Kimmy are moving out? Fernando should be moving in!
- The women singing Spice Girls scene was funny. Especially the drunk call to Michelle. “Why you no come to my wedding?!” Seriously though, why didn’t a lot of characters show up to this season finale?
- Why was Jesse feeding Tommy a bottle in the middle of the kitchen?
- Awww Max is sad like Michelle was sad when Becky and Jesse were going to move out.
- Cute scene: Max and Kimmy saying ‘I love you.’
- I love D.J.’s dress! And Kimmy’s and Becky’s!
- There goes Steph, singing again.
- I like how Matt, D.J., and Steve are all awkwardly sitting on a love seat.
- Where is Danny?
- Where are Nicky and Alex?! Strange…right?
- I really wish the renewal was sentimental and romantic. Too cheesy.
- Hated the hockey theme.
- Why is Joey talking weird?
- Mmmmm wedding cake. Wedding cakes are the best!
- Ramona really has grown up.
- Weird that they decided to not get married and stay engaged.
- The end was the only good part of the episode where it was set up just like the Bachelorette.
- How many seasons will they drag D.J.’s choice out? Just pick Steve! Save us all the hassle.
- Bromance brewing between Steve and Matt.
That’s a wrap. Overall, I loved Season 1 of Fuller House.
Pluses: I enjoyed the camaraderie between D.J., Kimmy, and Stephanie. The kids were also fantastic. I liked the flashbacks and all of the crazy dancing. I loved the modern take of a real family and how technology plays into our daily lives.
Minuses: The cameos of the “adults” were kind of lame, except for Becky. And Nicky and Alex were only in the first episode, which I thought was weird. I don’t really like Matt. But that could be because I am Team Steve. Too many 80’s references. Hopefully Stephanie doesn’t sing as much next season, she is no Uncle Jesse.
I can definitely see a few more seasons in the future. At least we know there will be a season 2! Hoping that season 2 is more than 13 episodes. Let’s go for a full 24, please! I