When you tune in to The People's Couch tonight, you might see a familiar face. One of the hilarious voices providing commentary on our new social series is Blake McIver Ewing, who played Michelle Tanner's friend Derek Boyd during the last season of everyone's favorite TGIF show, Full House.
Still not ringing a bell? How about that episode when Derek scandalously beat Michelle for the part of Yankee Doodle? Watch below:
And if that isn't enough '90s nostalgia for you, the former child actor was also in The Little Rascals, The Nanny and Home Improvement—not to mention his victory as a Junior Star Search champion.
These days, Blake is using his "Yankee Doodle Dandy" pipes as an R&B singer-songwriter. That is when he's not snarking on TV shows with his two BFFs Scott Nevins and Emerson Collins. The trio loves to give a hilarious running commentary on their favorite, and not so favorite, shows. As they put it, that makes the good ones better and the bad ones even more amazing—even if it sometimes takes them all night to get through one program.
Our new docu-series features plenty of other Americans weighing in with their best quips on the week's best TV shows. Read on to learn more about them and tune into The People's Couch tonight at 11:30pm ET/PT.
I love the family in the bed, they are so funny, the father with his comments and the mother with her looks! This family is to die for!!!
I knew he was familiar for some reason! This show is SO delightful, I love it and if there aren't more in the future it would be a HUGE disappointment. The family with 2 sons and a mom and a dad all laying in bed together are my absolute faves. If I ever have kids I hope they're as close to me as teens as those 2 are to their parents, so nice to see.
Tarz and Tina forever! I want to see them on their own show. How about, "Love American Style, with Tina And Tarz!" They are funny and sweet, and a lot of fun to watch. So happy they got their baby. What a beauty!
I just saw The Peoples Couch for the first time the other night, couldn't believe how similar it was to how things get when I HAVE TO watch, "My Show" at home. It's much more fun to enjoy when I get Louie (our extended family member) in on it and hear my man say how he can't stand these shows then I find him commenting and making statements both good and bad.Entertaining and REALLY hits home with me. I refer to every show I love to tune into as "My Show". Sharing commentary at home is so much fun, it makes sense to center a show around that. Turning the tables at it's best.Bridget B. N.Y.C.