Full House was part of the TGIF line-up on ABC. It was the second sitcom, after My Two Dads, to tackle the controversial issue of disputed paternity. It starred Dave Coulier, Bob Saget, and John Stamos as three men who each believed themselves to be the father of the same four daughters. Following the death of the girls' mother, a San Fransisco exotic dancer, in a freak trolley accident, the three men were granted joint custody of all four children until paternity tests could determine the true father. The show became famous for Stamos' exceptionally shiny hair, the retelling of "The Aristocrats" with which Saget closed every episode, and Coulier's briefly famous catchphrase (complete with descriptive hand gestures), "I totally bagged Alanis!"
Originally performed as a one-man show as part of a never-to-be-forgotten "street theater experience," Full House was brought to the masses through the tireless efforts of executive producer Jeff Franklin, who never stopped believing that the show he had first seen in a Bulgarian town square could be successfully repackaged as an American sitcom of uncanny insight and penetrating wit. Unfortunately, he was wrong, and we are all the poorer for it.
Except for Mary-Kate and Ashley; they could buy and sell any one of us ten times over. In some cases, they probably have.
In the 1st and 2nd Season DVD set, if you listen to the theme song, "Dreams" sounds more like "Dweams."