‘Full House’ Adult Cast Members Were Supremely Immature and Inappropriate On Set

by Jeremy Spirogis
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People watched Full House for the children. Sure, Bob Saget was endearing as the one dad, and everybody had a crush on John Stamos as Uncle Jesse, but it surely was the lovable youngsters that made the present.

After all, the children, who at the moment are adults, had been those starring within the reboot. Fuller House options the Tanner youngsters all grown up. Now, their youngsters are the celebs of the present.

The Olsen twins, nonetheless, determined to not reprise their function within the present. They’ve by no means commented on why, however Saget’s new e book detailing life on the set could maintain clues as to why. 

John Stamos tried to get the Olsen twins fired from ‘Full House’

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen of ‘Full House’ | Walt Disney Television through Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television through Getty Images

Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen landed the function of Michelle on Full House once they had been simply infants. They rapidly turned the most effective a part of the present. Michelle’s cute catchphrases had followers cracking up, and the twins shone on display.

Not many youngsters would be capable to carry out as these two did, however apparently, the scenes that everybody cherished weren’t straightforward to shoot. It seems the ladies had been common infants. They threw tantrums and didn’t all the time need to do what they wanted to do to get the shot. 

Stamos was so pissed off by the twins that he requested producers to fireplace them. The showrunners truly toyed with the concept and even had some stand-ins, however in fact, it didn’t work out. No different infants might do what the Olsen twins might do, and so they had been saved on the present. 

Still, being on set with adults who didn’t like them most likely wasn’t enjoyable for the twins. 

Adult solid members had been inappropriate towards stand-ins on the ‘Full House’ set

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Foreground: Andra Barber, Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit, Lori Laughlin, Jodie Sweetin, Mary-Kate Olsen, Candace Cameron Bure,
Background: Dave Coulier, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Scott Weinger | Walt Disney Television through Getty Images Photo Archives

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Since Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen and the opposite little one actors had been sure by strict little one labor legal guidelines, they couldn’t be on set for so long as the adults. That means they weren’t normally there for all of the rehearsals, both. When they had been there, the children’ scenes needed to be filmed quick, which generally meant bribes.

When youngsters weren’t on set, producers used 4 foot tall rubber doll as a stand in for the children when one thing wanted to be executed whereas they had been off set. The comedians on the present, Saget, Stamos, and Dave Coulter, made inappropriate jokes utilizing the doll as a prop. The males would even go as far as to mimic sexual behaviors with the doll.

While that appears unhealthy, it’s nothing within the lengthy checklist of inappropriate conduct that went down on the Full House set.

The ‘Full House’ set was no place for youngsters

Pretending to have intercourse with a rubber doll was truly one of many tamer issues that the Full House adults did on set. Coulier, Stamos, and Saget used whippets between takes. That’s a drug present in aerosol containers, and the three males would steal it from props laying round backstage. 

Saget would draw footage of penises on his notepad throughout conferences, after which attempt to get fun from his castmates by displaying them off. The trio would even take off their pants as a joke and rehearse whole scenes that approach.

Although the children weren’t all the time on set for these pranks, generally they had been. Other instances they had been watching on the displays. While the children didn’t perceive the jokes, their guardians reportedly would intervene and attempt to get Saget, Stamos, and Coulier to tone down their inappropriate conduct. Apparently, mother and father had been notably sad in regards to the pantsless scenes, though producers bought the joke. 

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