– John Stamos had two failed series: It only took two years on “General Hospital” for Stamos to earn a daytime Emmy, but once he left the show in 1984 finding TV success wasn’t that easy. That lasted two seasons but never really found an audience.
And she said, ‘You can say whatever you want.’” Coulier revealed, “We had already broken up…
She called and I said, ‘Hey, you know, I’m right in the middle of dinner. ’” “When I heard the line, it was like, ‘uh-oh,’” said the actor.
So, the natural question for Lifetime’s “Unauthorized Full House Story” is what’s true and what’s not.
Zap2it did some digging, and it turns out that while the movie and cast don’t bear physical resemblance to the original cast they did stay pretty close to real events — even if they left big ones out.
RELATED: Yes, John Stamos wanted the Olsen twins fired from ‘Full House’ – Dave Coulier really did get offered a role on “Saturday Night Live”: It’s true that before “Full House” Coulier had been offered a spot on the NBC sketch show.
According to a 2004 interview with Lumino Magazine, Coulier says that after telling friends and family that he’d landed the gig he was told that he was too similar to fellow cast mate Dana Carvey and wouldn’t be coming to New York.