In the phrases of the fictional “Full House” uncle Jesse Katsopolis, “Have mercy!”
John Stamos, 59, has revealed why he was initially “offended” with twins Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, 36, about skipping out on the 2016 “Full House” reboot – and the way a dialog with them after Bob Saget’s demise helped heal.
From 1987 to 1995, the three of them starred on the hit sitcom, “Full House,” collectively for eight seasons.
“[Bob Saget] was very instrumental in maintaining us all collectively,” Stamos started throughout an look this week on “Glee” stars Kevin McHale and Jenna Ushkowitz’s podcast, “And That’s What You REALLY Missed.”
“The twins moved to New York… And I gotta inform you, one in all the solely good factor to return out of Bob’s, effectively … Mary-Kate and Ashley, we didn’t actually see them a lot,” he defined, speaking about the star’s 2022 death.
“I imply, we stayed in contact somewhat bit however Bob actually did. And they had been so nice… You hear rumors, ‘Oh, they hated their childhood or they hated being on the present or no matter.’”
The twins performed the position of Michelle Tanner, the daughter of Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), whereas Stamos performed their uncle, Jesse Katsopolis, telling the story of a modern-day household who got here collectively after the demise of Tanner’s fictional spouse.
“When I did Fuller House they didn’t wanna come again,” Stamos continued. “And I was offended for a minute. And that acquired out.”
“But they only had been, ‘We liked our childhood. We liked being with you. We miss Bob.’ They got here over to my home. They introduced a pork chop and sage. I don’t know why, however thanks? It was a frozen pork chop, in order that was very nice. So we stayed very shut.”
The Post reached out to reps for Stamos and the Olsen twins for remark.
As Stamos stated, the Olsen twins, who’ve since largely retreated from public life, declined the alternative to reprise their authentic roles.
They starred on the present when from after they had been infants to eight years outdated.
Instead, the confirmed featured appearances from Stamos and Saget, in addition to Dave Coulier, who performed Joey Gladstone, Lori Loughlin as Becky Katsopolis, Jodie Sweetin as Stephanie Tanner, and Scott Weinger, who performed Steve Hale.
The reboot lasted five seasons, ending in 2020.
In 2021, Stamos had admitted that he was initially “disenchanted” that the Olsen twins didn’t make a cameo on the reboot throughout an look on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen, however understood their choice.
But despite the fact that he was disenchanted, there was a time limit the place he truly needed the two fired from the sitcom again in the day.
He alleged that he “couldn’t deal” with the twins’ fixed crying throughout an April podcast look.
Stamos defined that the incident came about throughout the first-ever episode of the present, when he and Coulier’s character took care of the Olsen’s character whereas their father was away.
“They had been 11 months outdated, and God bless them,” Stamos stated throughout an April look on Josh Peck and Ben Soffer’s “Good Guys” podcast. “They stored switching: ‘This one’s not gonna cry.’ I couldn’t deal with it,” recalled Stamos. “And I stated, ‘This is just not gonna work.’ So they removed them.”