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My Invitation To This “Full House” Reunion Wedding Must Have Gotten Lost In The Mail

John Stamos In Montana

Dave Coulier, who most of us know best as Uncle Joey, got married to his girlfriend Melissa Bring on Wednesday, and most of the “Full House” crew was on the guest list. Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber, show creator Jeff Franklin, Bob Saget, and John Stamos were all in attendance. The gang Instagrammed the whole thing, leaving the rest of us wishing we shared inside jokes with Uncle Jesse too. Keep reading »

Watch Jimmy Fallon Bask In The Joy Of Yet Another “Full House” Reunion

Bask In The Joy Of Yet Another "Full House" Reunion
I Wish I Was A Tanner!

Bob Saget, Dave Coulier and John Stamos (or rather, Danny, Uncle Joey and Uncle Jesse) are getting ready for their Super Bowl reunion by hanging out together on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” The three hung out with Jimmy on set, complete with heart-warming music and the kind of goofiness that only happens when that many comedians are in one room at the same time. Spoiler alert: Uncle Jesse is still a hunk. Time for a “Full House” marathon! [NYMag.com]

Rihanna Photobombs The “Full House” Dads

Rihanna Photobombs The "Full House" Dads

John Stamos, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget aren’t all together in the same room very often, so Rihanna, who visiting “Good Morning America” as well, wisely recognized she may never get a chance to photobomb the trio again. RiRi, you sneaky. [Twitter]

Whaaat: There Will Be A “Full House” Reunion On Super Bowl Sunday (Sort Of)

Danny, Jesse, and Joey reunited!

The football game will be nice and all, but the real highlight of Super Bowl Sunday will be the “Full House” reunion on our television screens. Dannon Oikos’ poster boy, John Stamos (known to most of us as Uncle Jesse), will reunite with his former “Full House” costars in a Greek yogurt commercial on game day. Bob Saget and Dave Coulier will step in as his on-camera roommates, just like the good old days of the series. Sure, it would be more fun if the whole cast were there, and it’s a little awkward that this reunion comes under the pretense of selling yogurt. But still! I’m unable to contain my utter glee at the thought of them back together. You can check out the preview above. (Yes, we live in an age in which you can watch commercial for a commercial, which is a little too meta for me to grasp). [Adweek]

Uncle Jesse Is Getting His “Full House” Band Back Together

This Friday is a big day for early-’90s nostalgia buffs, “Full House” fans, and John Stamos fangirls (and fanboys!), because Uncle Jesse’s fictional band, Jesse and the Rippers, is making a comeback. Stamos hinted at the news by posting a video on Instagram of him and the guys singing the “Full House” theme song. “Never thought I’d be singing THIS song,” he wrote. It was soon confirmed that the band would be appearing on Friday’s episode of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” No word yet on whether they will be accompanied by Bob Saget and/or an Olsen Twin, but hey, we can dream. [Gothamist]

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John Stamos To Play A Ghostly Lawyer In New Show

Uncle Jesse fans, get excited. Following his awesome turn as a “Rocky Horror”-loving dentist on “Glee,” John Stamos is getting his very own show. Well, hopefully. A network has to pick it up first. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. What is this show? It’s called “Dead Lawyers” and apparently it was briefly developed eight years ago for Syfy. In it, John will play a wheeling and dealing lawyer who is pummeled by a bus on his way out of work. Keep reading »

John Stamos Implies Ryan Seacrest Is Gay

“I play Corny Collins [in 'Hairspray'], he’s sort of a DJ. He hosts a music show, sort of like a straight Ryan Seacrest … Ryan’s a friend. We’ve kissed.”

John Stamos talks on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” about his role in an upcoming staging of “Hairspray,” and makes a crack at Ryan Seacrest, who has long been rumored to be gay even though he’s dating Julianne Hough of “Dancing with the Stars” and the upcoming “Footloose.” I have a feeling if John and Ryan were actually buddies, they aren’t anymore. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

The 10 Television Guest Stars We Can’t Wait For This Fall

The end of summer is a very sad thing that I don’t even want to talk about because I can’t stand the thought of having to wait nine months before tank tops and beach naps again. But there is one silver lining: fall television. It’s when new shows launch and our faves return for another round. And this year, I can’t help but notice that a lot of shows have some very, very exciting guest stars lined up. After the jump, the ones I’m looking forward to the most.
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Quotable: John Stamos On His Extortionists Being Found Guilty

“These slanderous allegations to smear my reputation were part of their defense to redirect attention away from the federal crime of extortion. There was no hot tub, no drugs, no nudity, and nothing sexual in nature involved in my friendship with this woman. They lied about everything.”

John Stamos in a written statement after Allison Coss and Scott Sippola were found guilty of trying to extort him for $680,000. Their attorneys claimed that Stamos had intimate relations with Coss when she was 17 years old, and that she had taken photos of him with strippers and cocaine. But we believe you now, Uncle Jesse. [Newser] Keep reading »

The Deets Of John Stamos’ Extortion Plot

Back in December, John Stamos became the latest star to be a victim of an extortion plot. Only, as his lawyers spun the case, it sounded like the alleged blackmailers, Allison Coss and Scott Sippola, didn’t have much to leverage beyond a few pics of John with fans. But as Coss and Sippola’s trial begins, the plot thickens. In the opening arguments, the defense’s lawyer claimed that Stamos had a fling with Coss in 2004, when she was 17 and under age. The lawyer said that Stamos noticed Coss at a club and ordered her a drink, later inviting her to his hotel room with a friend. Stamos’ lawyer counters, “The allegations made today in the courtroom by the defendants’ attorneys during opening statements will not be proven because they are simply untrue.” Keep reading »

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