"A traditional, non-threatening game board paves way for sinister goals: the winning player must be the first to collect the entire Tanner family (and the six hundred other people they lived with) in a tiny car, driving them back home. You got to make stops at the health club, mall, school -- you even got to visit Danny at the TV studio. This would've been a heck of a lot of fun if the scheme of the game was changed entirely and made to have no association with "Full House." Though, I'll say this: I've been catching a lot of reruns lately on Nickelodeon, and the episodes are nowhere near as grating the second time around. In most of the actors' cases, it's easier to watch and take solace in knowing that their careers died with the show. I kid, with love. Gimme a hug. Ya big lug.
Each player takes charge of a tiny car-shaped playing piece, and I only call it car-shaped because the directions insist that they're cars. They look more like small rotary phones. The method in which the game is played isn't important, but know this: you'll be picking up lots and lots of cards"