We've partnered with Netflix's
Fuller House to help you reinvent those TGIF family nights of the '90s we all loved and remember so well.
In the fast-paced, always connected world we live in today, family time has become about as rare as sending a fax. But there's hope! Check out four simple tips you can use this week that are guaranteed to bring back those feel-good Friday nights of the '90s faster than you can say "Uncle Jessie." And just in time for the seriously epic launch of
Fuller House on Netflix.
Go big when it comes to snacks.
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Cherry Coke and Ring Pops need not apply. Take things to the next level with
cereal milk doughnuts or one of our all-time favorites, cherry-chocolate popcorn. Mix it up a bit with a seriously updated snack spread. Keep it healthy or indulge. Whatever you do, have options!
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Extend your invites to the Kimmy Gibblers in your life.
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Friends are like family. Make your house even fuller for TGIF and invite your best friends to join in. Send a themed invite out online to make it even more fun.
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Hold the calls (and texts) please. No multitasking allowed.
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Take a cue from the '90s and make TGIF a phone-free environment. Make sure all phones are on silent, or even better, get them out of the living room for the duration of the shows. Life is better without the distractions.
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Press pause. Breaks are allowed, especially when there is ice cream involved.
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sundae bars? Why did we ever stop making those into a "thing," right? Take a break and have everyone create their own sweet treats before starting back up. Make sure your ice cream spread has plenty of flavor and topping options so everyone in the family can get crafty with their scoops.
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More From Netflix's Fuller House
Have mercy! The house is full again.
The Tanner family's adventures continue as DJ Tanner-Fuller shares a home with her sister Stephanie and friend Kimmy, who help raise her three boys.
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