TVLine Items: Full House's Jesse and the Rippers Reunite, Homeland Casting News and More

Full House Reunion How not rude: Fictional Full House band Jesse and the Rippers is ready for a reunion.

The faux rock stars are slated to perform together again this Friday on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, confirms.

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Rumors of a reunion started Monday when Jesse’s portrayer John Stamos posted an Instagram video of he and some cohorts performing House‘s beloved theme song. His playful remarks on the ditty: “Never thought I’d be singing THIS song.”

Ready for more of today’s TV Dish? Well…

• Martin Donovan (Boss) and Shaun Toub (Iron Man) have joined Homeland Season 3, per The Hollywood Reporter. Donovan will play Bennett, a partner at Washington D.C. law firm, while Taub is set to recur as a high-ranking Middle Eastern intelligence officer. Homeland returns Sept. 29 on Showtime.

• Bravo is honoring the late Cory Monteith by reairing the Glee actor’s 2012 appearance on Inside the Actors Studio this Thursday, July 18. Monteith’s life was cut tragically short when he was found dead at age 31 in a Vancouver hotel room last Saturday.

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• Fox has given a pilot order to Step Up, a new game show hosted by Conan funnyman Andy Richter. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the project offers contestants massive amounts of money if they can successfully climb a pyramid.

• It’s almost Comic-Con time! And starting Thursday, Warner Bros. will be hosting a “Lawn Con” at San Diego’s Bayfront Park, where fans (and/or their anklebiters) can check out gigantic blown-up versions of Teen Titans Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven, Robin and Starfire, plus other cool exhibits.

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  1. Amanda says:

    Jesse and the Rippers?? 10-year-old me is swooning!

  2. Heathers says:

    Yeah, let’s honor a drug addicted loser who was handed everything, money, fame, while people are dying every day from diseases such as cancer that they have no control over.

    • Get a grip says:

      Like smokers and lung cancer?

      • JEst says:

        Or like getting skin cancer from never using sunblock or using tanning beds too much? I know that there are other ways of getting it that aren’t preventable but Heathers, if you’re gonna make an ignorant comment, we may as well point it out to you. You have control over not being a heartless you know what but apparently you don’t wish to control it.In the case of drug abusers their stupid decisions to start become something that they eventually don’t have control over. You do have control over having a heart. Try being human sometime. You may like it.

    • eddie says:

      is that really necessary? keep your douchey thoughts to your self.

    • Jean says:

      You’re an ass.

  3. tvfan says:

    Homeland guy is Shaun Toub –NOT Taub, check out IMDb

  4. Heathers says:

    Repeat. How about ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, prostate cancer, bone cancer, bladder cancer or pancreatic cancer. How about the young girl Talia who represented Cover Girl, who battled cancer for six years, and died this morning at the ripe old age of 13?! That jag off chose to shoot crap into himself and drink on top of it. It was a CHOICE. Any person going through cancer treatment really doesn’t want to be shooting crap up their arm. And anyone who still tans in a tanning bed or goes outdoors for a prolonged period of time without wearing sunscreen gets no sympathy from me. Same goes for smokers. Really, in this day and age, there are so many treatments for smoking cessation. Most people I see smoking are trash anyways. So the guy from Glee is a heroin addict and alkie, his choice.

    • Britta Unfiltered says:

      With all this judgment and angry emotion expended towards people who make different choices than you, you must think you’re pretty perfect and great. And you should know that you’re the only one who does think that.

  5. Stephanie says:

    Drug addiction and alchoholism are diseases. Yes, they start with choices, but Cory had tried to conquer his disease. Now matter how he died, anyone dying at 31 is tragic. It is insensitive and cruel to think otherwise. Perhaps Heathers, you should seek treatment for your own demons. Being that nasty isn’t healthy.