It's times like these I wonder why I'm not rich.

Okay, you, me and everybody else has been pining for a Full House reunion.  I'm not sure, but, the show may actually be more popular today than it was in its hey-day.

My kids, 6, 5 and 2 love it!  We watch it as a family together.  I enjoy it.  A lot.

The internet has teased us with rumors of reunions over the years, leading to disappointment and, dare I say, devastation.

As you may or may not know, I have been down and out with the flu for the past five days.  Most likely due to high-fever, I have had a series of vivid dreams.  Each morning I have awoken to remember two sequences.  Now it seems that at least one of those sequences may have been much more than a dream, but rather, a foreshadowing.

I woke up yesterday reflecting on one such dream that resulted in a grand idea, inspired by the world's need for a Full House reunion.

Without giving away the details of my genius (and now-apparently unnecessary) idea, I'll summarize it by saying this:

Full House fans worldwide would come together via an online portal to write the reunion episode.  Whether it is the general premise of the episode or just a scene, in a sort-of "fan fiction" way, new material with our favorite, familiar characters would materialize.

The story line ever becoming an actual episode would be highly unlikely, but, maybe -- just maybe -- because of such a focused fan-effort, the cast, producers and production company would realize the incredible pay-off of resurrecting the show.

This is a step in the right direction: