John Stamos has a good sense of humor about critics' responses

By Michele Corriston
Updated March 04, 2016 09:25 AM

Fuller House fans love seeing another generation of the Tanner family on their laptop screens. Critics? Not so much.

Though Netflix swiftly renewed the Full House reboot for a second season, reviews have ranged from nostalgic to scathing.

On Thursday’s Late Night, Seth Meyers led star and producer John Stamos in a reading of the worst stories written about the show from publications like The Hollywood Reporter, the Washington Post and the A.V. Club.

“I mean, how f—ing rude, right?” a good-humored Stamos cracked, putting a crude spin on Stephanie Tanner’s ( Jodie Sweetin) catchphrase.

The best moment came after Meyers, 42, giggled through an excerpt of New York Times critic James Poniewozik’s review. “

Fuller House begins as a sitcom family reunion,” he wrote. “It becomes a self-conscious, dated and maudlin reminder of the ceaseless march of time and your inevitable demise.”

“James, it’s Fuller House, not Room, for God’s sake,” Stamos, 52, joked as the audience laughed.

Fuller House season 1 is streaming now on Netflix. Late Night with Seth Meyers airs weeknights at 12:35 a.m. on NBC.