Full House fans are getting pumped for the release of the spin-off series Fuller House on Netflix. All thirteen episodes of the new series will be released on February 26th. This will most likely cause an influx of 30 somethings calling into work that day and starting their weekend early. The series should bring back many classic memories of the iconic series that ran from 1987-1995. Remember when Stephanie drove Joey’s car through the kitchen? Or how about when Danny was teaching DJ how to drive? Those, like many other hilarious family moments, are what made Full House such a success. However, there were a few things you may have thought were out of place when watching the series in reruns. Take a look at these four discrepancies we picked up on from watching the episodes of Full House over and over and over again. Just remember that this piece is for entertainment purposes only, and should not be taken so literally.
1. Where did Everyone on Full House Park Their Car?
The above image is constantly being featured on Full House. The one thing that is always missing from the image is any cars in the driveway. The Tanner family once had a garage, but it was then converted into a room for Joey. That room would then turn into Jesse’s music studio. By the time DJ got her license, there would have been five family members that could drive. Though all cars could be parked on the road, this would most likely annoy their neighbors taking up so many parking spots. And I am guessing Jesse would want his motorcycle in a secure area in case of rain.
2. The Window in Stephanie and Michelle’s Bedroom
When you are watching a TV show like Full House, you may have thought to yourself, “Hey, the layout of this house does not match the exterior images of the home.” In the case of Full House, that is not entirely incorrect. The large bay window on the second floor is from Stephanie and Michelle’s room. That window should be behind Stephanie’s bed and not off to the side according to exterior images of the home. If you look at the picture of the house above, it shows that the stairs to the attic are in front of the bedroom, which would not align with the exterior shot of the home. And those large bedrooms would never fit in that house!
3. The Full House Attic
Let’s refer back to the image of the Full House home from outside. Clearly, there is not room for a livable attic as the window of Stephanie and Michelle’s room almost reaches the roof. There could possibly be an attic that one could crawl in, but Jesse and Becky would not be able to live in that space. However, The Huffington Post has released aerial photos that show the roof is pointed, which could give the couple more livable space. Check out the article here.
4. DJ’s closet
The above photo show’s DJ’s room when Michelle was living there. Notice that the wall just juts out behind the door, probably for set design purposes. This area would become DJ’s closet when she moved into the room. Michelle had quite a nice size closet along the other wall. However, when DJ moved into the room, Michelle’s closet was turned into a built-in shelf. That seems like a lot of work, especially when a perfectly good closet was already in the room. Danny would only have had to move the closet shelving to fit a teen’s clothing vs. a young child’s clothes.
Do you know of any other Full House discrepancies? Let us know in the comments section below.
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Actually, in the episode where they turned the garage into Joey’s room, they stated that they would park cars on the street and Jesse’s motorcycle in the backyard (which he did).
Besides that front bay window..not too much. The backyard was always mystery lol…They made that set feel like it was YOUR family’s house too watching it. I hope the new version is as entertaining yet wholeseome. We need good TV to watch with our kids.
I think the question mark room on the 2nd floor map is sometimes shown as the bathroom where Joey would take bubble baths in the clawfoot tub, and the girls dropped Danny’s wedding ring down the sink drain. Other times, the bathroom is where you noted it in the map. Fun fact: the house is one of the famous “Painted Ladies” houses in San Francisco. I’ve always wondered what Kimmy’s house would’ve looked like. I think that all we ever see of the Gibbler home is the Haring-esque fence that Garth painted.
In the new series Fuller House, the staircase upstairs is on the wrong side. Instead of going to left when going downstairs ( into living room) the staircase is on right. I watched episode where Joey watches the kids as the girl
have a night out and he goes down the stairs to the right. I looked at an episode from original series and staurcase was on left. As well the twins room in attic is on the wrong side and was not that small in original series. I still love Fuller House, just inconsistencies bug me..lol.