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This is some awkward stand-up, as it never really gets anywhere. Saget spends most of his time just razzing the audience (particularly a kid who calls himself J-Bone). Yet, this somehow works, because Saget is just fun to watch do his thing. Not quite sure why he was talking strange through much of the act, but who knows?
He is still cashing in on his connections with Dave Coulier and John Stamos and telling stories about what they do on their own time. And that is pure brilliance. Whether or not the stories are true, he knows he picked up his big fan base as Danny Tanner and then being vulgar to counter-act it. And people love it. Heck, I would be first in line if he came through here.
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