Her Olsen twins impression is amazing.
It may have been a Full House, but these two only had eyes for each other.
If the littlest Tanner is your spirit animal, you are part of a rare and great breed.
“Whatever happened to predictability?” See who you get, dude.
My only question: Who rocked the milk mustache the best?
Video proof that the girls behind Michelle Tanner were 100 percent pure cute.
In 2002, it was AOL’s #1 kid website.
Which Olsen décor style are you? City Style or Country Chic?
Rare gems from the early years include revelations about Ashley’s pet hamster and how she’d wear it.
’90s girls know that a LipSmacker isn’t just a tube of wax you really want to eat.
The most famous twins in the universe turn 26 today. Here are 26 things you just gotta know about them!
Perhaps her most important work as an actor yet.
Or they just had the world’s longest platonic sleepover. Does Tim Burton know you’re cheating on him, Johnny?
So, no “Full House” reunion then? The starlet, who began acting when she was nine-months-old, says she’s not anticipating getting in front of the camera again
This is real and it defies explanation.
If a fourth Olsen appears, that means they are the horsemen of the apocalypse.
Slowed down from the original that really brings out the creepiness of the Olsen twin’s early movies. “Whip cream poured like water falls” Need I say more?
Watch Video ›
A continuing series. (Congrats also to John Stamos, who finally got his Walk of Fame Star today. Damn straight.)
View Image ›
The younger sister of the Olsen twins is actually a legit actress set to star in the indie film Martha Marcy May Marlene. I had no idea that she existed, even though I watched How the West Was Fun four times. She looks like a cross between the Olsen twins and Fiona Apple (which is a polite way of saying less gremlin-like, more like an actual human being).
Read More ›
The Bob Saget Roast that aired on Comedy Central Sunday night was funny, but would have been ratings gold had all of the naughty Olsen sisters jokes (and there were MANY) made it to the broadcast. Comedy Central did not air some of the more off-color zingers about the twin’s alleged promiscuity and eating troubles. Granted, they were probably inappropriate for a mass audience—example!: Jeffrey Ross said, “Is it true you used to give Mary-Kate acting lessons? He’d tell her, “Act like this never happened.” She’d be like, “You got it, dude.”“
Read More ›