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"Full House" fans have long wondered whatever happened to predictability and though the answer to that question remains unclear, HufPost TV can tell you whatever happend to cast of the ABC hit family sitcom.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of "Full House," which debuted on September 22, 1987, HuffPost TV chatted with "Full House" alumni -- Dave Coulier, Jodi Sweetin, Lori Loughlin and more -- about their experiences on the show, favorite episodes, the awful late '80s hair and wardrobe, and what they're up to these days.
Below, find out what "Full House" role Dave Coulier also auditioned for, which castmember guest star Little Richard slapped, who slept on Bob Saget's couch before "Full House" ever debuted, where John Stamos and Lori Loughlin originally met, what Kurt Cobain has to do with "Full House" and how the cast reacted to its cancellation in 1995 after eight seasons.
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- Jaimie Etkin
She's shared screen time with John Stamos, the Olsen twins - and even Bill Nye the Science Guy. But Candace Cameron Bure has worked alongside some four-legged stars, too. And sometimes, it's better that way. "It's depends what humans you're working with," the Full House alum jokes to People.com. Her latest canine costar: BugZ, whom she rescues in the Hallmark Channel movie Puppy Love, which premieres Saturday. "I think there's a playfulness that comes to the set when any kind of animal is involved," she says of her roster of nonhuman costars, which includes the '87 to '95 family sitcom's beloved golden retriever Comet. »
- Alison Schwartz
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