Bob Saget is probably the only man alive who could pull off a fundraiser for a debilitating disease one night, and sing a tune like “My dog licked my balls” the next. In both capacities, he kills. It’s all part of who the comedian is: a wonderful walking contradiction. Continue reading
“Rosie O’Donnell. Actually, I think the best mustache was Gene Shalit. No, the real mustache of all-time was Chaplin or Groucho and neither of them were real in their prime.”
What’s cooler than being Coulier?
By Jon Chattman
Environment-friendly Al Gore may have created the Internet, but only one man is trying to clean it up. Oddly enough, it’s a man arguably best known for sporting big hair, acid-washed jeans, and spewing the line “cut it out” on a weekly basis for nearly a decade on television.
Dave Coulier, former star of the family sitcom Full House, is trying to create a place on the Internet where parents don’t have to worry about their kids stumbling on a Lohan crotch shot or an F-bombing tirade from a stand-up comedian. The youth-oriented comedy website cleanguys.TV serves as a PG YouTube, where kids and young adults can peruse through funny videos, upload their own, and network with other kids from all over the world.
“People just want to get back to funny without hearing stuff that’s really crude,” Coulier told us in a recent interview. “I’m not a prude, but there’s a time and a place.”
If anyone understands that last comment it’s Coulier’s Full House co-star Bob Saget, who’s notoriously known for his extremely risqué stand-up act but played it straight on the sitcom as well as America’s Funniest Home Videos. We chatted with Coulier earlier this month and asked him if Saget’s act – the antithesis of his – had anything to do with clean guys. We also asked him to walk down FHmemory lane, discuss what he’s been up to, his vocal talents, and speak out on whatever else popped into his head. Oh yeah, like the origin of “cut it out” perhaps? Read on, and keep it clean people. Continue reading