John Stamos Initially Tried to Quit ‘Full House’ After Realizing He’d Likely Play ‘Second Fiddle’ to Jodie Sweetin

Full House turned into a gigantic hit after the sitcom’s presentation in 1987 — yet fans may be shocked to learn John Stamos really looked for from the show not long after he was given a role as Jesse Katsopolis. During the primary episode of the Dave Coulier’s new web recording Full House Rewind, he plunked down with Full House maker Jeff Franklin to examine the starting points of the darling series. Halfway through their visit, Coulier, 63, and Franklin, 68, reviewed how Jodie Sweetin — who was given a role as Stephanie Leather expert — “captured everyone’s attention” during the cast’s most memorable table read.

“I recalled our most memorable table read,” Coulier said, as Franklin added, “Where there’s a room loaded with studio and organization leaders. They were for the most part present to see Stamos, I think.” Notwithstanding, when Sweetin began perusing her lines, it was clear to everybody that she was a star. “[She] took the entire thing,” Franklin brought up.

Coulier, who played Joey Gladstone on the series, then reviewed: ” I also recall accompanying John as we left. He’s like, ‘The entire show will be her. We can’t do this!” It was only after “a lot later” that Franklin learned Stamos, 59, “was so resentful about taking on a supporting role to these truly entertaining children” that he called his representative and endeavored to stop the show.

As Franklin recollected that it, Stamos told his representative, “This is a slip-up. Get me off this show.”

Stamos went on to play the Elvis-obsessed Uncle Jesse for the entire eight-season sitcom’s run from 1987 to 1995, despite his initial hesitation. He was joined by Coulier, Sweetin, Candace Cameron Bure, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Andrea Stylist, Scott Weinger, Lori Loughlin and the late Bounce Saget.

The hit show facilitated concrete Stamos as a bonafide television star and send off the remainder of the cast into fame. He and the rest of the cast also came back for the Netflix sequel series Fuller House, which ran from 2016 to 2020. This isn’t the main story about Stamos’ Full House starting points that have become known.

Recently, the entertainer showed up on Josh Peck’s Heroes web recording, where he uncovered that he almost got the Olsen twins booted from the show. The then-11-month-old twins were having an unpleasant day on set during a critical season 1 scene when the second occurred.

“[Dave] and I were changing the child,” Stamos told Peck. ” We’re conveying the child ground floor, I assume I was clutching their armpits and Dave was holding her little feet. We bring her into the kitchen and hosed her down, we put a fan on her, enveloped her with paper towels. She was yelling at me. The two of them, they needed to be elsewhere yet there, thus did I.”

At the point when the circumstance deteriorated, Stamos thought the Olsen twins, presently 36, were not good to go. The makers ultimately recruited “two red-headed kids” yet it wasn’t well before Stamos needed the Olsen twins back.

“I said, ‘Bring the Olsens back, these children are horrendous!'” recalled he. We tried the other kids for a day or so, but it didn’t work. I screamed, “This is not going to work, guys,” ten times. “Get rid of them, I can’t work like this,” I said. In spite of those capricious starting points on the series, Stamos proceeded to major areas of strength for foster with the remainder of the Full House cast. He talked about the impact the show has had as it celebrates its 35th anniversary in September 2022.

“When it initially emerged, the surveys said it wouldn’t go on until Thanksgiving,” he told Individuals. ” It was time to move on when it came to an end. I was attempting to stay away from it. What’s more, it just got greater consistently, greater and greater, and I understood, ‘For what reason am I running from this?’ I also got to the point where I felt I could do other things and show my worth as an actor because I had done enough work. Thus now I just totally love it. I simply love it.”

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