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Full House The Complete Seventh Season

 

Picture: C Sound: C Extras: D Episodes: D

 

 

If you want to see bad TV get worse, watch it stretched thin beyond the point of being barely relevant with Full House The Complete Seventh Season, now on DVD with all 24 episodes of the 1993 1994 season. We have looked at one other season before, as this link shows:

 

http://www.fulvuedrive-in.com/review/4824/Full+House++The+Complete+Fifth

 

 

Well, that was another critic and unlike him, I am no fan of this show from the opening of the pilot. To myself and many others, this is the inexplicably hit TV sitcom that lasted eight seasons with two lesser, second rate male leads who can barely act (South Park target John Stamos and reality TV terror Bob Saget) and a show with a case of the cutesies so sickening, the AMA should investigate. Stamos character even married at this point, making him duller than ever and the Olsens had grown up, but like later Brady Bunch shows, new cute baby kids were introduced in vein.

 

Bottom line for the most diehard fans only and we bet most passive fans would have stopped a few seasons ago.

 

The picture is once again presented in a way too basic 1.33 X 1 Full Screen image shot in professional NTSC analog video that is often not very crisp and has many color issues, though better than those episodes seen in syndication. The sound again is equally dull in a standard Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo that has high/low issues and often times sounds distant. The combination is bad. Again, there are no extras either, making you wonder if most of the cast and crew would just like to forget this show.

 

 

- Nicholas Sheffo


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