The “Full House” cast, now known as the “Fuller House” cast are no strangers to viewers nationwide. Recently the San Francisco-based sitcom, which aired from 1987-1995 has returned for a comeback! Starring in the series are some familiar faces maintaining their same roles, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Lori Loughlin, and Dave Coulier. However, one important character missing is the adorable, heartwarming, comedic Michelle Tanner (the youngest daughter in the family), which Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen shared as a role. This did not sit well with producers considering all other cast members agreed to return.
Reports show that on the first episode, a scene displayed Jodie Sweetin who stars as Stephanie (the middle sister) asking the father where Michelle was. The father (Bob Saget) replied, “Well, Michelle sends her love, but she’s busy in New York running her fashion empire.” Normally this would be a normal scene considering the cast maneuvering around a missing character, but the cued laughter after the line was what raised some eyebrows.
Despite the wonder of a petty act towards the Olsen Twins decision, they had real reasons for their absence. Ashley stated, “I have not been in front of a camera since I was 17, and I don’t feel comfortable acting.” Mary-Kate stated, “it would have to be me because ash doesn’t want to do it. But the timing is so bad for us.” One cast member that is not so upset at the twins was Dave Coulier who stars as Joey. He stated, “They’re family members. But I think they have a different perspective. When we get together and we reminisce, they were babies (at the time). So they didn’t share those same memories. I can’t really speak for them but I would understand why they don’t have the same sentiments that we all do.” The “new” Fuller House minus Michelle Tanner, but some added new faces airs on Netflix!
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