Bob Saget seems to be having a hard time wrapping his head around Lori Loughlin's legal troubles. And he definitely doesn't want to talk about it.
The Fuller House star, who co-starred with Loughlin for years as her morning show sidekick on the original Full House series and the current Netflix reboot, told The Washington Post that jokes made in his standup routine are being misinterpreted as jabs at Loughlin.
Saget recently cracked a joke that some interpreted as being about the scandal involving Lori Loughlin when he said, "I'm the only TV parent who isn't in jail - I'm talking about Bill Cosby!"
In the Post interview, the actor reaffirmed the joke was indeed about the fallen Cosby Show star and no one else, and that people were interpreting him wrong. Saget noted that Cosby, who is serving time in a Pennsylvania prison, was proven guilty and that his court case is over. Loughlin, on the other hand, is not in jail and has not been found guilty of the crimes alleged against her.
Saget admitted that it pains him to address the scandal that his longtime friend and Fuller House co-star Lori Loughlin is currently embroiled in.
"I can't talk about (the college admission scandal) anymore. And I hate saying 'no comment but, you know, it's too complex to go into. It's so personal. There was a tweet that I took down that people thought was connected, but I really wasn't talking about anything. I don't know what to say because it starts into a long conversation and I can't even emotionally have it at this point. This subject belongs on the therapist couch."