As the upcoming Full House revival spills the blood of another dead spouse and opens the dimensional gate to the 1990s, more Old Ones are now stirring from their neon slumber and lurching toward the nostalgia portal in hopes of being born anew. First up, potentially: fellow twin terror Sister, Sister, which was similarly called forth by ABC viewers thanking the Gods for Friday, before being banished to the wind-whipped limbo of The WB. Now one head from that wholesome comedy hydra, Tia Mowry, has suggested the show could get another chance at life, revived by the faith of worshippers who demand it.
“So many people, they want to see us back,” Mowry told Nick Lachey on The Meredith Viera Show, acknowledging the fervent, underground Sister, Sister brotherhood, its members lurking right there in your very town, probably holding down jobs as schoolteachers or even clergy. “The fans, they really want it, so we’ll give it to them probably.”
That “probably” denotes an unpredictability as chaotic as the senseless, savage universe in which we live—a macrocosm of madness where two sisters can have similar faces and tastes in awful fashion, yet slightly different personalities. It also speaks to the fact that Tia Mowry is busy on the Nickelodeon series Instant Mom and that her sister Tamera is a co-host on The Real, two shows that occupy planes of existence outside our realm of understanding that cannot currently converge. “It’s just all about timing,” Mowry said of this need to wait for that cosmic alignment.
However, when the sun is in the Third House, Gemini is ascendant, and someone actually offers to make more Sister Sister, Mowry promises the debauched, orgiastic bacchanal its acolytes have been keeping vigil for, supposedly.
“It’ll be fun,” spake the Two-Headed Sister. And the earth did tremble.