Bob Saget Visits ‘Full House’ Set, Says It Was ‘Creepy’

Comedian Bob Saget was in San Fran for a radio show this week and decided to drop by the “old place.” And by “old place,” we mean the house that served as the exterior for Tanner home in the sitcom Full House.

“In San Fran. Couldn’t resist,” Saget tweeted on June 7, sharing a photo of himself standing in front of the Tanner home with a sly grin on his face.

Saget, who played widowed patriarch Danny Tanner in the hit sitcom from 1987 to 1995, confessed to “photo-bombing” the place, telling Us Weekly that he “took like 20 pictures.”

Still, it wasn’t all happy nostalgia for Saget. In fact, he admitted that visiting the Full House set made him pretty uncomfortable. He confessed “it was creepy” in the same interview and even said that there was a moment when he just had to “get outta there.”

Former Full House co-stars apparently have similar feelings about it. John Stamos (a.k.a. Uncle Jesse) replied to Saget’s photo with a dry “Cool, the Munsters house.”

Dave Coulier (a.k.a. Joey Gladstone) showed a bit more humor in his response. “Can you see if my underpants are hanging on the gutter?” he wrote.

But Saget clarified that his experiences on Full House were not negative at all and that re-visiting the house was merely bittersweet.

“It’s nice that it’s not a negative memory,” he said. “It’s a home-cooked meal memory. So it was kind of weird being there.”

Are you a fan of Bob Saget? What do you think of his visit to the Full House set?

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