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What is the weirdest thing that ever happened on set? Me, John [Stamos], and Bob [Saget] used to get in trouble from the Full House moms all the time, because a lot times we didn't know the kids were back in their dressing rooms watching on their monitors what was going on on the set.We're acting like idiots, we're acting like adults and we're, you know, pulling our pants off and trying to make the crew laugh, and the moms would go, "Um, gentlemen, the kids are watching you. " It was usually Bob and me, and then sometimes, because John was with us, he was guilty by association.

The show's never been off the air since it premiered.

It's on syndication and still airs multiple times a day – it's everywhere.

I can't even remember what the character's name was that I was auditioning for.

But I read the part and I said, Ah, that was great.

Then I was walking out and Tom Miller, one of the Full House executive producers, said, "Can you read for the role of the father as well? Full House seemed to work in a lot of your voice-over talents, and it became iconic for your character.

" and the light bulb that went off in my head was, "Well, I didn't get this part." So I came back in five minutes later and read for the role of the father. Was that something that you worked with the show's writers on or were they ad-libs?

I’m also assuming Coulier, flush with Full House cash, would’ve sprung for a regular season NHL game, meaning the earliest possible beginning date for the relationship is October 6th, 1992.

The ending of the affair is slightly trickier – full writing and recording of the album began in earnest after Alanis moved to Los Angeles in early 1994, although Alanis had worked in some capacity with producer Glen Ballard in previous trips to LA.

As I was leaving Bob Boyett, who was one of our Full House executive producers — and who, years before I had pitched a pilot I had written to — said, "If you don't get this role then maybe we can talk about that show that you pitched me all those years ago." And I said, "You remember that? DC: They did and you're absolutely right on track there.

" to which he responded, "Heck yeah, I remember that. You have no idea how close [I was] to putting something together with that script." So I went home and there was a message – back when we had answering machines – and it was from my manager Brad Grey, who is now the head of Paramount Studios, but was my manager then. I did work with them and they actually came to watch me perform in nightclubs a couple of times and they got a lot of ideas from watching me work live, as to what they could incorporate in the show. Sometimes – it didn't happen until Season 3 – in the script, they would let me improv.

Oh, what it means is, I'll never have to edit myself.

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