So I guess season 2 came out sometime already. I am not planning on watching it.
At first when Fuller House came up as a reality, it was some weirdly intriguing thing, but as news of it being legit took hold with season 2 and now season 3, it became disturbing and unpalatable. One of the main reasons (there are others) is that Candace Cameron sucks and it sucks she is the main character of the show. It is obvious that she is terrible and undeserving of the role, but she was cast in it when she was a kid and Jeff Franklin is some kind of genius that works with what he has and can make people watch unappealing characters like hers. It was made apparent to the audience that he is aware of her unsavoriness way back in that episode where DJ gets dumped and when Danny tells a boy that "she's ok". Of course now he cannot admit it since she is the "star".
However, I was wondering if Stavros ever ended up making an appearance in season 2, like John Stamos tweeted back to 80sPG >> follow here << that he might. He clearly thought it was an awesome idea.
I am always somewhat amused by "news" articles being based solely on a single tweet, and in my search I came across one based off Stamos' tweet posted above. I remember he deleted it several days later, and I wondered why... Did he realize 80sPG is not an adoring fan of Stamos and doesn't just post or write filtered positive junk about what we like? Maybe he saw the Full Holes coverage or @andyandy's suggestion of Ron Jeremy playing the role of Papouli in the Full House News thread. Probably not-- maybe Franklin told him to knock it off and that he is the actual writer.
Anyway, here's the article that was generated from the tweet. If Stavros does make it in an episode, I'd watch it. It seems like so far he has not.
John Stamos Teases A Classic 'Full House' Character Could Return for Fuller House Season 2
John Stamos is turning to fans for ideas for Fuller House Season 2. The Full House revival has been renewed for a second 13-episode run on Netflix, and Stamos is already thinking ahead as to where the show’s beloved characters will land. After news of the Netflix renewal was announced, John Stamos responded to a tweet from
a fan, teasing that his classic character Stavros Katsopolis could make an appearance for an upcoming episode of the show. When the fan tweeted, “Please bring back Stavros,” Stamos responded that it was a good idea and that he might do it.