13 Ways the World of 'Fuller House' Is Nothing Like It Was in 1987 (PHOTOS)

After much anticipation, Fuller House finally premiered on Netflix, and I'm sure just a few fans of the original series tuned in ... in fact, so many people streamed the Tanner-Fuller-Gibbler-Gladstone-Katsopolis crew on their TVs, iPads, Kindles, laptops, and other devices that Netflix just renewed Fuller House for a second season.


Of course the fact that we're now streaming entire seasons of shows on electronic tablets and flat-panel TVs hanging on our walls reminds us that the world has changed since Full House debuted in 1987. For example, how big a gift did Danny Tanner give his daughters by giving them the Victorian townhouse in San Francisco?

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It's not just property values that have evolved in ways we never imagined 29 years ago. It's how we eat, play, parent, date, or even view society.

Here are 13, well, 12, ways the world has changed since the original Full House days.


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