John Phillip Stamos is an American actor, singer and musician best known for his work in television, especially in his starring role as Jesse Katsopolis on the ABC sitcom Full House. Since the show's finale in 1995, Stamos has appeared in numerous television films and series. Since 2005 he has been the national spokesperson for Project Cuddle. From 2006 to 2009, Stamos had a starring role on the NBC medical drama ER as Dr. Tony Gates. In September 2009, he began playing the role of Albert in the Broadway revival of Bye Bye Birdie. In 2013, he assumed a recurring role in season three of the USA Network television series Necessary Roughness, which stars Callie Thorne. In 2014 he is starring in the upcoming ABC primetime soap opera Members Only.
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Hi reddit. John, Dave and Bob here.
UPDATE: Speaking for all of us, we are just SO appreciative that people still remember us and keep Full House in their hearts and we are very grateful that it seems like every 4 years a new Full House fan is born. We've really grown to appreciate what that show is about, how it makes people laugh and smile during hard times. We want to thank you all for being so loyal, and we hope you enjoy our spot on the Superbowl this Sunday. We had a blast doing this. Thank you.
I am single. And I have 3 daughters. And I do own a Dust Buster, but I don't use it.
I like Elvis, I like playing music, I was married to a girl named Rebecca.
None of them looked anything like me but I like them anyway.
What makes the show so special, and it's still maybe one of the most important family shows in TV history, was that all 3 kids respected the parents unlike some of these other shows now. We had respect for the kids and the kids always had respect for us and that's why the show is still as successful as it is 25 years later.
I am a hockey player in real life and we did lots of hockey references on the show. And I'm also an instrument-rated airplane pilot. We did an episode of Full House where I flew Jesse where, to his wedding? It was crazy, it just came out of nowhere, it was never mentioned. And then one episode the producers said "there's a scene where you're going to be flying."
In other words, we are exactly like our characters. It's a problem.
I had a guy once ask me to sign his butt cheek with a sharpie.
I was the guy who asked him.
Yes, I have, when I do an impression of that guy for my standup audiences.
When I get pissed off, I use "Bob Saget" as a curse word.
And what kind of kids would not want to move in with 3 men?
I think there are so many kids that live in single parent households, or same sex parent households, that more kids can relate to it now than back when it first aired.
I used to throw my underpants up in the air, on the roof of my dressing room, for Bob.
He would get them stuck in the rafters. Years later, when Full House wrapped up, FRIENDS moved into the same stage, and I did a guest spot on FRIENDS, and Dave's underpants were still up there in the rafters.
@ Mr. Stamos. How does it feel that Jennifer Lawrence stalked you at a party and stared at your magnificent behind?
I was extremely flattered. And freaked out at the same time.
John, how do you stay so handsome and young looking? What potions are you using?
I live in a freezer. And I actually eat the Oikos, but mainly I put it on my face.
Bob, was your habit of telling filthy jokes ever a legitimate issue while filming full house around a bunch of young children and their parents?
The truth is, I actually think Dave is a little dirtier than Bob if you can believe that. And one time we almost got called up to the Principal's office. I was never inappropriate around the twins like Bob and Dave, but we had a whole meeting to stop being so dirty on the set, and from that day on... actually nothing changed.
How can I join Jesse and the Rippers? I don't have musical talent, but I do have the 90s style.
That's all I had.
John said we didn't do a lot of pranks did we? I'm not a big prank lover, actually. I guess Dave would do the most stuff that was prank like.
Sometimes we'd be doing a scene, and Dave would be supposed to make an entrance, but he would come in not wearing his pants. Or he would be sitting in the bleachers.
I would have to have the powers of my mullet. I could beat him, but I would have to have a mullet. I would have to be wearing my hair in a mullet.
I ran into Jeff Daniels at the Tonys a few years ago, and said "Man, you really do look like Dave" and he said "It drives me CRAZY!!!!"
Quickly! Build a cheeseburger based on your personalities. No Yogurt Stamos!
well growing up my father owned burger restaurants, called Bill's Burger Basket. And when I was on General Hospital, my dad would not let me quit working there, so we actually had the Blackie Parish burger. That was my character on General Hospital. It had a lot of cheese.
I'm the voice of Kellogg's Raisin Bran. And touring with a lot of stand up right now. http://davecoulier.com is my brand new website.
I've been following Dave's standup since before Full House, and he is funnier than ever. If you get the chance, don't miss it.
Bob: Are you done filming HIMYM?
John: What was your favorite part about working on Glee?
Dave: Do you have the Mr. Woodchuck puppet?
I love you all and thanks for making my childhood so wonderful with Full House.
WELL, I loved the Rocky Horror episode that we did where I got to sing Hot Patootie. And you know, the immediacy of how fast everything works on that show always kept you on your toes, because each week there was a new song, a new dance. A great group of kids, I made some new friends, and I dearly miss Cory.
It was on the fly, I had only heard the joke one time, like 10 years before, and I was egged on to tell it by the director Paul and the producer Penn Jillette, so it was half an hour of live tape and I didn't want to tell it, because I thought it was in poor taste, but they egged me on and they were laughing. The idea is to tell the worst, most foul joke you can, so...
Bob's mind works very very fast, and I've never seen it get thrown off.
My favorite sandwich is baloney.
I like a nice tuna sandwich. And the beauty of being an actor, anytime I'm on set I can say "Hey, can I have a tuna sandwich?" and they'll bring you one!
John - who would win in a fight. you or jeff goldblum?
Dave - who would win in a fight, you or jeff daniels?
Bob - who would win in a fight, you or josh radnor?
Well, he did play The Fly...
Hi guys! Loved all of you on Full House! Loved Bob in "The Aristocrats".
For Bob, was your story in The Aristocrats on the fly or did you have a general plan in mind?
For Jon, how don't you age?
For Dave, what have you been up to? Joey was my favorite character on Full House and the only other thing I saw you in was that Disney Channel movie where your son was a merman. Where's some of your other work, bro?
I sold my soul to the devil.
Because someday... I am looking older. I just turned 50.
Is the cardboard picture of John available? The one in the Oikos commercial.
You know, we made that for the spot. It's actually a piece that didn't get used. What they are going to do is auction off the underwear I wore in the spot, I wore the boxers today on GMA and The View, but I would rather they manufacture Oikos Boxers.
What was your favorite episode of Full House? What are your current favorite TV shows?
Well as some people know, I'm a big Disney freak so I loved the two-parter we did at Disney World, that was one of my favorites.
I watch The Daily Show, some of the news shows. I watch documentaries, I like those more.
Mine is pecan pie, but a close second is pumpkin.
He likes pumpkin pie because his head is shaped like a pumpkin.
It's kind of a nice change, I don't mind the cold weather.
I haven't left my room.
There are times when we make each other laugh equally as hard.
The truth is, I've learned a lot about comedy from both of these guys. I've always been fascinated by standup, and to be close to two very very talented comics was a thrill for me, and a learning experience.
To each of you, what is your favorite type of pie?
I like strawberry pie.