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John Stamos on Bob Saget and the many stages of their friendship

I watched our video on the final episode of “Full House”, the final arcs. We all gathered around, and finally Bob walked over and he hugged me, kissed me. But I don’t know how close I got to him in the end. I don’t think I need a Bob in my life. I had my parents. I had my faith. I had anything.

But then my dad passed away, and this guy stepped up like nobody in my life because everyone else was arrested. My sisters, my mother. But Bob doesn’t, and he just walks in and takes care of me, even to the point of “Can I have your dad’s funeral?” Two hours of dirty jokes that I think my dad would love it. But he gave people what they needed at the time. Everyone needed a laugh, and he did.

I think that really strengthened our friendship. And then it got closer and closer from there, to the point where we were there in all the most important moments. Now I have to get through them without him, you know?

He got divorced for the first time, and I think that’s when he could say I was by his side. I am his Cyrano through many things. I remember texting him on my first date, telling him what to say, what to do. And then when he broke up with that girl, he was practically living on my couch. I mean, we were as close as anyone could possibly be. But people were saying that about him.

Bob is a good listener, but sometimes you have to tell him to listen. This is also true: There was a time in our lives and friendships, about 10 or 11 years ago, when we were like a couple. We’re both single and together a lot, and I said, “You’ve got to see a therapist if we’re going to stay friends.” I’ve got this great guy. Bob started looking to him, and it really helped. Bob will talk about himself, talk about himself, and then you will see something in his eyes, “Oh. Now I have to ask about John. ‘How are you?'”

But next to my mom, he’s my biggest cheerleader, my biggest fan. He would brag about me to everyone. When I brought “Fuller House” back and it worked, at first you could see him saying, “Why didn’t I think of that?” And almost every interview is, “John did this. He’s the one who brought us together. We are indebted to him.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/25/arts/television/john-stamos-bob-saget.html John Stamos on Bob Saget and the many stages of their friendship

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