What It's Like To Watch A 'Full House' Rerun, Because The Show Is Responsible For So Many Feels — GRAPH

Admit it. There isn't a single person who hasn't spent a considerable chunk of their lives rewatching Full House episodes. Even if it was just one episode, or if you binge watched an entire marathon, watching Full House is a rite of passage — one that doesn't lose its luster whether you're seeing it for the first time or for the hundredth time. Thankfully, reruns of the '90s series are easy to catch, so you never have to miss a moment of Tanner family morals despite it having been 20 years since the show's first run.

The enduring love for Full House is understandable. Every episode had a moral, every storyline had a satisfying conclusion, and each installment elicited major emotion from its loyal viewers, old and new. For those familiar with the reruns (meaning: all of you), you know that no amount of time can stop an episode of Full House from delivering some serious feels.

Sometimes it's a feeling of amusement over the Tanner sisters' shenanigans, sometimes it's a feeling of nostalgia for that first moment you ever heard the theme song, and sometimes it's a feeling of utter disbelief that a show as great as Full House ever ended. However, without fail, reruns of the show are bound to elicit a whole mix of emotions.

Here's what it's like to watch a rerun of Full House, in pie chart form:

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