The plot of the 90s cult classic Full House is a legendary one. One widowed father who needs help taking care of his three daughters asks his best friend and brother-in-law to live with him and help out, which in turn invites more children and overall mayhem into a weekly half hour of wacky joy. But what’s more unbelievable than the plot of Full House is an advice columnist who goes by “Miss Lonely Hearts” not realizing a reader has just recited the entire plot to Full House as a serious question for the columnist to answer. In advice column form, we actually for just a moment realize how sad Danny Tanner’s life really was.
As if this man’s serious recitation of the Full House plot wasn’t hilarious enough, Miss Lonely Hearts apparently didn’t get the joke and answered the man’s plight, printing the Q&A in her column.
But what the dad wants to know is whatever happened to predictability? The milkman, the paper boy and evening TV.
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source: Winnipeg Free Press