If you grew up in the '90s, chances are you've seen an episode or two of Full House.
No, wait. Scratch that — if you grew up in the '90s, chances are you were a die-hard Olsen twins fan with posters of Uncle Jesse plastered all over your walls.
We're not judging. There's a reason why the popular family sitcom that originally aired in 1987 is STILL airing in syndication today.
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But even the biggest 'Full House' fans don't know EVERYTHING about the show. We've rounded up 10 of the most shocking fun facts about the series — some will totally blow your mind.
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The Tanner's address was listed as 1882 Girard Street in the script, but the infamous white house that we see at the beginning of each episode is actually 1709 Broderick Street. Since the show went off the air, they changed the front door from red to black!