Well, courtesy of Merfish, you can see for yourself. Suffice to say there’s substantially more gunfire, although keep in mind this show was unfolding during the late ’80s and early ’90s; gun battles in BART stations were considerably more likely back then.
Beyond that, we do have to question Merfish’s casting choices. Michael is definitely more of a Saget than a Stamos, and Trevor would be a better Uncle Joey than Franklin. Although thankfully, they seem have only gotten legal guardianship of their idiot friends, not cherubic blonde children. The only question that remains is who will play Kimmy Gibbler. Personally, I’m rooting for Nico.