While fans have always been rooted for them to date, DJ’s son, Jackson and Kimmy’s daughter, Ramona has never been with Fuller House-why?
Fans want Jackson (Michael Campion) and Ramona (Soni Bringas) to date, but they never get along with Full House. Full houseThe Netflix spin-off introduces a string 0f new characters to join the original cast members who change their roles. That includes the children of DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) and Kimmy (Andrea Barber) who are no different from their mothers.
Similar to the situation of Danny (Bob Saget) in Full house, DJ also found himself suddenly widowed at a young age of Full House. Not having to raise three boys-Jackson, Max (Elias Harger), and Tommy, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy decide to live with him in the Tanner family home to help him get used to his new life. While DJ’s sister returns home as a single woman, Kimmy, on the other hand, is in the midst of a tumultuous separation with her husband, Fernando (Juan Pablo Di Pace). To make things more complicated, they have a daughter, Ramona, who never wants to move to the Tanners.
In fact, Jackson and Ramona are the same age; like their mothers, they are also in a class. Unfortunately, they can’t stand each other – at least at first. as Full House continued, they eventually became good friends. Because of their lively set-up, some fans are rooting for them to date, but the Full house The spin-off never gives any kind of indication that it is even far from the cards for the characters. It would have been an easy way to please their audience, but there’s actually a good reason why the film didn’t go this route. It has to do with Full Housethe central concept of the family in different forms – something from his parent series. Full house challenged the social idea of what a family looks like by showing three men genuinely trying to raise three young women. Full House chose to keep their relationship with Ramona and Jackson platonic to further encourage this idea, than in the end, they became more or less siblings who always relied on each other.
Not only does the couple’s platonic friendship improve the overall account, but a potential romance can also be a bad idea. Full House there isn’t any scarcity of love lines, especially involving the adult cast. In fact, one of the biggest criticisms of the show is that it focuses more on romantic pairing than on developing relationships between the longtime Tanner family. There is too much time spent DJ is caught in the love triangle with Steve (Scott Weinger) and Matt (Jon Brotherton). On the other hand, Kimmy also has a love/hate relationship with Fernando. It’s something that Full house exceeded and something to be noticed in his branch. While Danny, Jesse (John Stamos), and Joey (Dave Coulier) are actively dating, the original series was never wrapped up in their love stories. Their dynamic with all three Tanner kids has always been central to the sitcom’s relationship.
In the end, it’s for the very best Full House not a romantic pairing of Jackson and Ramona. Their relationship on the show was one of the best, especially since they started helping each other with their respective personal problems. If anything, it’s a shame it didn’t get enough focus throughout Full house five season run in the spin-off.
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