Lori Loughlin 'Full House' Actress Expected to Surrender Wednesday

Lori Loughlin 'Full House' Actress Expected to Surrender Wednesday

Seth Meyers on Late Night added more, saying this scandal is "the second worst thing Lori Loughlin has" done, in reference to Fuller House.

Whether it was a "Becky with the good hair" reference, a jab at Aunt Becky from Fuller House, or a Desperate Housewives quip, late-night hosts across the board had something to say on Tuesday night after news of the mind-boggling college admissions scandal hit the airwaves.

In the episode, Becky Katsopolis (aka "Aunt Becky", played by Loughlin) is mortified to find out that her husband, Jesse (John Stamos), has lied on their toddler twins' applications to a coveted preschool.

On Tuesday, a judge ruled Giannulli will be released on a $1 million dollar bond.

The 1993 episode, titled "Be True to Your Pre-School", had a happy ending - neither parent went to jail or faced media scrutiny for just "doing what's best" for their kids.

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This next meme references a specific clip from Full House when Uncle Jesse looks at SAT test answers in DJ Tanner's class. Jesse lies about the twins' academic abilities to try to get them in. However, Loughlin was on location in Canada at the time.

Loughlin, who along with her real-life husband are accused of trying to smooth the path to college for their two daughters, had enjoyed a rather clean-cut image in Hollywood up to this point. The admissions officer lets the "embellishments" slide, and later, Jesse and Becky find out that Alex and Nicky did, in fact, get into Bouton Hall.

"Dozens of individuals involved in a nationwide conspiracy that facilitated cheating on college entrance exams and the admission of students to elite universities as purported athletic recruits were arrested by federal agents in multiple states and charged in documents unsealed on March 12, 2019, in federal court in Boston", the release said.

CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman told "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday that the parents involved could be facing "serious time" in prison if convicted - not the sitcom-style happy ending Loughlin is used to.

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