Bob Saget is now known for his raunchy humor and censor-inducing jokes, but his TV career started with the wholesome series “Full House,” something he doesn’t regret.
The funnyman stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Friday, where Kit Hoover asked if “Full House” has ever felt like a curse for the actor.
“No, it’s a wonderful thing,” he said. “It’s a great show that we did for eight years.”
The actor’s new A&E series, “Strange Days with Bob Saget,” will give audiences a different take on the often-vulgar 54-year-old.
“It’s interesting stuff. It’s me being with people, not making fun of people… not hazing them. It’s not really a reality show… it’s kind of a documentary comedy,” he explained. “I love it, I’m really glad we did the shows.”
“Strange Days with Bob Saget” premiered November 30 and airs on A&E at 10 PM
Also on Friday’s show, Bob helped executive chef and owner of Los Angeles hotspot Jar, Suzanne Tracht, with some of her favorite Hanukkah dishes – check out the hilarious hijinks, HERE!
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