‘Full House’ Star Jodie Sweetin Has Dreams Of A ‘Golden Girls’ Style Revival
However, it just aired for 8 years, between 1987 and 1995, the sitcom Full House suddenly became one of the huge shows in America. Focusing on widowed dad Danny Tanner, played by Bob Saget, the show’s antics came with the problems of raising 3 girls.
without his wife, their mother. Needing some support, the dad enlisted his brother-in-law. The synopsis alone was more than enough to grab stars like John Stamos and the successful Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. And let’s not forget the awesome Jodie Sweetin who played Stephanie Tanner.Just five years old when the show began, Jodie Sweetin had no idea she was working on a show that is remain relevant today. Fans of the show and even newer generations discover the antics of the Tanner family refreshing.
And it was just 6 years ago that Sweetin reprised her role in the reboot of the reality series, Fuller House. It ran for 4 years. Jodie Sweetin Talks Moving Past Full House To Being A mother. Now that she is 39 year old with 2 children, Jodie Sweetin has transitioned her talents into podcasting with Never Thought I had Say This.But it isn’t about her time on Full House. Instead, the mom targeted on few of the untold issues that come with having kids. Sweetin described, “This entire plan started when my best friend Celia Behar and I would tell these crazy parenting stories back and forth.
She’s got two girls and I have got 2 girls right around the exact age and so we’d be like, I never wonder I’d have to tell this but, you know, you can’t drink water out of the toilet, stuffs that you never wondered you’d have to say to a kids.”Not alone in her quest to raise healthy, productive adults, the actress included, “And parents out there are like, I feel you. Because that has been the overwhelming reaction, I never wondered I’d have to tell I’m homeschooling kids via a pandemic or I never thought I’d have to tell my daughter is a 13-year-old and I have to talk to her about all kinds of stuffs.”