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Posted by M.G.H. at 9:42 AM

As a lifelong fan of the show, I am always excited when the original cast members return in the upcoming episodes. Usually I prefer characters who have made it to the show’s last few seasons, but I’m a sucker for everyone involved in the show who has made it to the big screen.

In addition to the return of the original cast, I was happy to watch the revival of “Full House” last night, as it was followed by “Bachelor in Paradise”. It was one of my favorite episodes of the entire series. And it was an extremely fun storyline to watch. After seeing the first episode aired back in April of 2000, I immediately knew that the new cast members would have the chance to play with different storylines that were familiar to us.

If you haven’t watched it yet (or if you’re new to “Full House”), I strongly suggest you do so. You will not be disappointed. You will learn new things. You will become a fan of the show that started it all and will love seeing the new scenes that were created for the new cast members.

It is time we see more from these characters. Now is not the time to rest on our laurels. There has to be excitement, fun, laughs and a ton of heart. If you don’t have any of those things, you will leave disappointed, and you will leave me in a sad, depressed and empty state.

There were some interesting twists and turns in this week’s episode. The theme of The Return of Joey – a little boy who is raised by his mother and has a sister (Kenzie) and little brother is something that fans have always wondered about. The way Kaitlyn tells Joey the story of how she got kicked off her mother’s insurance plan and is now on her own was interesting. Also the story of how Joey’s family is getting along so well with the rest of the kids was very heartwarming.

So, while I am excited about the return of Joey, I also want to focus on how the original cast members and how these characters react to these changes. It’s not just how we relate to these characters but how we relate to a young adult who has just had a terrible tragedy in their lives.

So, the first change that many “Full House” fans may think about