In late February, 13 new episodes of Full House appeared on Netflix, as Fuller House. Some saw it as excessive. Consider that the original series aired for eight years and seasons, between 1987 and 1995, with a total of 192 episodes. Watching them all front-to-back would take roughly 80 hours, plus the years of subsequent therapy.
But personally, I don’t think it’s nearly enough Full House. So I made more. My buddy Sam Kronick and I got to work creating a program that would generate new Full House scripts, one per day, forever.
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