Protesters brought traffic to a grinding halt on San Francisco’s famed Bay Bridge after chaining themselves to several vehicles.
A massive snarl of cars and trucks lay dead in their tracks over most of the 23,556 feet of the major bay artery.
At the time of writing this report, firemen could be seen using bolt cutters to free the protesters at which point they appeared to be taken into custody. Continue reading
Wow! Some people take their favorite retro TV shows very seriously! Case in point, here’s a new petition meant to encourage Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, aka, the Olsen Twins, to join Netflix’s new Full House redux, called Fuller House.
Will you be signing? Comment below or visit the charge.org petition here.
Lately, it’s been the new Full House redux that has been in the news, but now one of the main stars is in the news for a completely different reason.
John Stamos, aka Uncle Jesse, was arrested in Beverly Hills for driving under the influence.
The Beverly Hills Police Department received multiple calls in regards to a reckless driver around 7:45 p.m. Continue reading
Meet the cast of Lifetime‘s newly minted biopic, “The Unauthorized Full House Story,” which promises lots of insights into the real goings on in the making of the popular series.
Garrett Brawith was cast as Bob Saget as Danny Tanner, Dakota Guppy as future drug addict, Jodie Sweetin and Justin Gaston as John Stamos? Uncle Jesse? Please.
Justin Mader plays Dave Coulier but looks more like the guys who services your mom’s soft water conditioner than Alanis Morissette’s ex-boyfriend.
Netflix is reportedly ordering a new season of “Full House.” The popular sitcom used to air on ABC and ran from 1987-1995.
The reboot will star most if not all of the original cast including John Stamos, Bob Saget, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Lori Loughlin, Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger. No word on whether twins, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, will be on board.
“Full House” could be getting an additional 13-episode season on Netflix, according to TVLine.com. Continue reading
What a big bowl of cherries this is… remember when Wonder Years was on television ALL THE TIME? Yah..I think I watched every episode.
“What would you do if I sang out of tune…would you stand up and walk out on me?”….”Lend me your ear and I’ll sing you a song…I will try not to sing out of keyyyyy yah… Hallelujah.
Hallelujah that Winnie has a more normal head on her shoulders than the crack head Jodie Sweetin from Full House!! Congrats on the wedding!
Reported by People Magazine:
Danica McKellar’s sister starred on The Wonder Years with her sibling, but Crystal McKellar’s latest role as her sis’s maid of honor made her feel like a true star.“I am so thrilled that my sister Danica has met and married the love of her life, composer Mike Verta,” Crystal, 32, tells PEOPLE. “I spoke to Danica today they are on their honeymoon and having the time of their lives.”Danica, 34, and Verta, 36, got married in a sunset ceremony over the weekend in La Jolla, Calif.“Everything about the day was magical,” adds Crystal, who played Becky Slater on The Wonder Years while Danica played Winnie Cooper. “From celebrating with our family the extended McKellar and Verta families, as well as our Wonder Years family, Dan Lauria and Alley Mills to watching Danica and Mike dance their first dance as husband and wife.”Verta wrote “Forever in Love With You,” a Sinatra-style waltz, specifically for the wedding. Danica and Crystal’s uncle, Kim McKellar, sang the song for the occasion.And the celebration kept on going even after the reception, Crystal tells PEOPLE. “We retired to a favorite family restaurant on the beach in La Jolla called The Marine Room, where Mike lovingly played the song on the piano for Danica while she sat next to him, beaming,” she says. “I couldn’t be happier for them!”
Crystal and Danica McKellarPhoto by: Del Rio Studios