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Ashley is so jealous.
Mary-Kate has a new math tutor-and he's totally cute! The problem is, Mary-Kate couldn't care less about cute.
Her math lessons are making her miss basketball practice-and that means she won't be able to play in the big game!

So the twins decide to switch places.
Now Ashley is working on fractions with the tutor, while Mary-Kate is working on her jump shot.

But can they fool everyone long enough to get what they want?


Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been huge international stars since the age of 9 months, when they shared the role of Michelle in the sit com FULL HOUSE. With videos, video games, CDs, dolls, books, a fashion line and a magazine already under their belts in the US, they are poised to take over the UK market in 2002.
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CHRISTMAS WITH THE FULL HOUSE TWINS

Christmas With The 'Full House' Twins

Every Christmas Eve, Dave Olsen, Ashley and Mary Kate's Father, cuts sponges into the shape of footprints, dips them in flour and makes little elf prints on the floor throughout the house. Outside, on the front lawn of the handsome 5,800-square-foot home in San Fernando Valley, he puts down prints around a sled-shaped section of the lawn. "The kids still believe that if they don't go to sleep, Santa's helpers won't come," says Dave. But they don't sleep for long. At 5:30 Christmas morning, Ashley and Mary Kate, 6, Elizabeth...
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To Kiss or Not to Kiss...

Meet Mary-Kate and Ashley, the Tween Queen Twins!
Your new best friends have just arrived...

Mary-Kate has a great new hobby - acting!
She has the starring role in the next school play.
And she's thrilled to find out that her leading man will be Ross Lambert - a super sweet guy who just happens to be Ashley's big-time crush!

Ashley is excited for her sister--until she finds out that Mary-Kate has to kiss Ross onstage!
There's no way that's going to happen.
Not if Ashley can help it!
"I have a good one," I said to Ashley. We had been riding in our car for hours, and my sister and I were telling riddles. "What flower does everyone have on their face?" I asked.
"I give up," our mom said from the front seat.
Ashley twirled a piece of her blond hair and stared out the window. We passed another farm. We were way out in the country. "Give up?" I asked.
"No way. I never give up," Ashley said, thinking hard. Then her blue eyes sparkled. "I've got it! Tulips! Two lips, right?"
"Right," I said. "Lindsay would like that riddle, don't you think?"
Ashley nodded.
Lindsay Munro is our good...
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TWICE THE FUN OR.

Twice the Fun-or Double Trouble?
One reporter's harrowing account of a day with TV's most popular munchkins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen by Les Wiseman


They haunt me, those hours I spent with them. I still wake up screaming. For it was a black day in a reporter's notebook when I interviewed the Olsen twins. On the surface everything seemed peachy; spend a day with North America's most beloved double-zygote munchkins. Mary Kate and Ashley, who turned 6 in June, have the sixth-highest TVQ (likability rating), slightly behind Cos and Michael Jordan and above Robin Williams, Kevin...
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Open House


Vicious rivalries? Illicitsex?
Not exactly. Here's the dirt.



ONE YEAR AGO, the world was shocked - shocked - by Barry Williams' revelatory book, Growing Up Brady: I Was A Teenage Greg. It was all there - Williams smoking pot before work, Florence Henderson joking about oral sex, Robert Reed brawling with the producers, and pairs of the kids fondling each other every time the tutor turned her back.
What if, 20 years from now, Full House's Olsen twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley, write their memoirs - Growing Up Tanner: We Were Preschool Michelles? A week-long visit to the Full House set on...
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DOUBLY DELIGHTFUL

Meet the doubly delightful OLSEN TWINS!
Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen "Play" Full House's Baby Michelle!

She's adorable, huggable, and oh-so-loveable -she's Full House's little Michelle Tanner. Actually, she's Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, the darling twins who portray Michelle on the hilarious Friday night sitcom. In case you didn't know, child actor labor laws restrict young children to acting a limited number of hours a week, so twins are often cast to portray one character. Mary Kate and Ashley have been playing the role of Michelle since they were nine months old. If you watch...
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OLSENS TO THE RESCUE

The Full House Twins spin some Halloween movie magic - and keep their money-making machine churning


Ernest Hemingway once said that the real measure of a writer was an ability to write while in the throes of a hangover. I would like to append this for the '90s. The real measure of a writer is: to be able to fashion a story our of an interview with Full House's mighty munchkins, the Olsen twins. I've got history with the Olsens. Last year, when they were 6, I interviewed them while they were shooting their Christmas TV-movie, "To Grandmother's House We Go." It killed in the...
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TWIN PEAKS

"Not to brag or anything," says 9-year-old Mary Kate Olsen, part-time fourth grader and full-time multimillionaire, "but I'm pretty tough.' Her twin sister, Ashley, would have to agree. "You don't want to get on her nerves," she says. "Sometimes she gets mad, and it's not a pretty sight." Fresh from a business meeting with their high-powered entertainment lawyer at his plush Century City, Calif., office, the two are lunching with him and a business associate at the L.A. theme restaurant Dive! And Mary Kate, unfazed by her sister's unflatterin discription, is digging into an enormous...
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Tick, tick, tick. That's all I can hear. A clock ticking, quietly at first, then louder and louder... Tick tick tick... So loud it seems to echo inside my head.
Then I see where the sound is coming from--a giant clock. A clock as big as a house. I stare at it, confused. I blink and swallow hard. I'm all out of breath, but I don't know why. What time is it? I stare at the clock, but I can't read it. What do the dots mean? What do those long and short arms mean? I can't remember....
The clock disappears, and I'm in a long white hallway lined with unmarked doors. It's so cold I can see my breath.......
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Too Cool for School?

Meet Mary-Kate and Ashley, the Tween Queen Twins! Your new best friends have just arrived...

There's a new girl, Elise, at White Oak Academy--and Mary-Kate and Ashley think she's the coolest. That's why when she forms a new super-secret club and asks Mary-Kate and Ashley to join, they say yes.

They're thrilled--until things start to go really wrong. None of Mary-Kate and Ashley's other friends are invited to join the club! And then Mary-Kate and Ashley find out that the kids in the club have a huge secret -- one that could get them into very big trouble!
"Sierra, guess what day this is!" Fourteen-year-old Riley Carlson practically bounced as she followed her best friend, Sierra Pomeroy, into one of the girls' bathrooms at West Malibu High.
"Hmm." Sierra pretended to think. "It's Wednesday, so could it be..."
"Yes!" Riley cried. "Today's the day the people from Total Makeover are coming!"
Total Makeover was one of Riley's favorite television shows. Last week they had announced a special contest called Total Teen Makeover. They were going to four different high schools and would pick one couple from each to be on the show. Riley nearly passed out...
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JUST LIKE HER'S

...and I'll take mine just like her's
Olsen cuties hit big-time beauty salon for that adorable look


America's favorite twins, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, recently spent some of their $10 million (each) fortune getting their hair cut and colored at Manhattan's tony John Barrett Salon. He's the stylist-to-the-stars who cuts and fluffs the Friends gang every few weeks. The tiny tycoons decided that if Barrett was good enough to make "The Rachel" the most popular style in town, he was good enough for them. Both got a modified "Rachel" - shorter in front beginning at chin level - and...
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"Mmmm. What's that smell?" Chloe asked as she burst into the living room after school. "Wait. Don't tell me." She closed her eyes and took a deep whiff.
Manuelo, the housekeeper-slash-cook was sitting on a chair in the living room. He had been practically a member of the family for years-especially now that Chloe and Riley's parents were separated. Now the girls lived in the beach house with their mother, while their dad lived in a trailer park nearby.
[Chloe: So why is my father staying in a dinky trailer when Mom, Riley, and I are in a fancy beach house? Well, Dad explains it like this: He's...
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DOUBLE TROUBLE

Full House Twins are full-sized handfull as they make their first movie

Full House twins Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen are all sugar and spice when the cameras are rolling - but things aren't always so nice when the half-pint pair decide to just be themselves. It's not that the little ladies have the devil in them -it's just that, like any other 5-year-olds, they can be a real handful when they decide to act their age. That's the low-down from insiders on the set of their hit TV show and charmed crew members who've spent the past couple of months in Vancouver helping the angelic...
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Chloe rolled her eyes. "Riley, this certificate represents promptness, class participation, and good work habits. If I keep this up, I'm going to get a reputation!" "Oh, yeah, I can see it now," Riley joked. "Written on the wall in the boys' locker room: For a good example, call Chloe." "Real funny," Chloe moaned. "Look--you have a free period now. Come eat with me. I need moral support. "Okay," Riley agreed. "I don't have to study for a test. Besides, we can talk about the party. They headed down to the cafeteria, quickly bought their lunch, and found a seat.

"Good citizen award," Chloe muttered,...
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SISTER'S

Ashley & Mary- Kate Olsen, Sister's


Much as they loved their eight years playing Michelle Tanner on the recently canceled Full House, the Olsen twins, now 9, weren't wil about her wardrobe. "Ugly," says Ashley-a critique echoed by Mary Kate. "I hated some of the clothes," she confesses. "They were not my style. "Which like her sister's, is more casual than Michelle's: lots of T-shirts, shorts, overalls and jeans. "I never wear dresses," explains Mary Kate. "They're not comfortable." The picky pixie does like trendy duds that match, while her older (by three minutes) sisters opts...
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"Don't you just love Fridays?" Chloe Carlson asked, taking three cartons of frozen yogurt from the fridge to the kitchen table. "They're totally the best day of the week!" "Fridays are definitely good. But the best?" Tara Jordan, one of Chloe's closest friends, thought aloud as she plucked three spoons from the drawer. "I'd have to say the best days are Saturdays-no school." "Absolutely," Quinn Reyes, Chloe's other best friend, agreed. She plopped some napkins onto the table. "No getting up at the uncivilized hour of six on Saturdays." "Good point," Chloe said. "But once you hit Saturday, you...
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"So what's the deal?" Ashley asked as Rod drove his Jeep along the winding roads. "Why did Headquarters cancel our vacation?" "I'm not sure, but it sounds really serious," Rod answered. "Ivan will have all the info by the time we reach your jet." Sixteen-year-old Ivan Quintero also worked at Headquarters. He invented special-agent gadgets for the girls to use on their missions. The girls nicknamed him IQ.
Rod turned into the local airport. He drove the Jeep up a ramp and into Mary-Kate and Ashley's private jet. Inside, the jet looked like a house! IQ was waiting for them in the living room....
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OLSEN TWINS MINE GIRLS' MARKET

Double Vision
Watch Out, Mickey: Olsen Twins Gain Fast In Kids' Entertainment


HOLLYWOOD - Quick: After Disney, what is the most popular name in kids' home entertainment these days? Sesame Street? Barney? Try Olsen. With a series of low-budget videocassettes that have raked in $77 milliony in sales, 10-year-old twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have taken the No 1. spot in the nonanimated children's video market. In the process, the sisters, who cut their teeth on the hit ABC television sitcom "Full House," have become heroes to the under-12 set and millionaires to...
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