In 1916, Grigori Rasputin, a peasant, mystical faith healer and trusted friend of the family of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia, died from drowning after being unsuccessfully poisoned, shot three times and beaten. An experience so brutal, so disturbing that the only modern day torture that could even be on par with his demise would be to have sat through all 13 episodes of Netflix’s “Fuller House.”
Unlike Rasputin, Joe Brown and I lived to tell our torturous tale. And, because we apparently are masochists for crappy family television, Winter is truly coming in December because that’s when the second season of “Fuller House” will air. And we will once again slowly lose our minds as we review each episode.
What will season two have in store for us? We do know we will meet Joey’s wife, whom is shockingly not Mr. Woodchuck. According to Variety, season two will be holiday themed, with episodes for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve to just make everything worse. Oh, and we will get a guest spot from the New Kids on the Block, just to remind us of the decade this show is obviously trapped in.
The episodes will drop on Netflix on Dec. 9, and the JOE-DOWN will review them. Now if you’ll excuse me, there is a closet for me to begin weeping in.