In fact, the 59-year-old said, “They couldn’t even hear my lines they were laughing so hard at her,” leading him to slink down in my seat. Stamos recalled how he then called his agent to, “Get me the f–k off this show.” However, he soon had a change of heart.
“We were like, ‘Well, we’ll give it a try.’ And then Bob came in,” he said. “I fought it for a long time. And then I finally said, ‘What am I doing? It’s a beautiful show we built with sweetness and kindness.’ There was no central character on that show is what I realized. The central character was love. We were the best representation of a loving family, not a normal family. The new normal was now an unconventional family. So, I guess that was it. I don’t know.”