You can see John Stamos count seconds for the laugh track.
sliggy - 2008-11-17 Why did they put the baby to bed without changing his diaper? And the look of horror on Michelle's face when she realizes that she will never be good enough or interesting enough to keep Daddy's attention? These are horrible parents.
Plus the long pauses just made me feel like I was watching an Albee play.
Though, you obviously haven't seen Albee with me in the audience. My laugh's are worth twelve laugh tracks.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-11-17 So, 22 minutes minus laugh track is about 7 and a half? Sounds about right.
Camonk - 2008-11-17 There's no way that was only 7:19. No way in hell. That was at least 45 minutes.
BOOSH - 2008-11-17 Gives off a "Seventh Continent" vibe.
Stopheles - 2008-11-17 Oooch....painful. And those babies are old enough that Stamos snd Mighty Woman should be getting more than two hours' worth of sleep a night. If not, if the babies are that fussy, maybe they shouldn't be in a room separate from the parents yet?
Great Caesar's Ghost -- I've hit the point where i'm watching "Full House" clips and picking apart the parenting.
Jeff Fries - 2008-11-17 Full House with a small amount of last-minute laughter
spencer - 2008-11-17 A fun way to watch Full House is to pretend the audience reactions are actually the reactions of the ghost of Danny's dead wife and her ghost friends (of fellow dead relatives) watching over her still-living family.
fluffy - 2008-12-22 Sort of like the anti Garfield-minus-Garfield?