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The best moments of “Full House” by Bob Saget

Bob Saget was known to have two characters: one as a comedian with a “bawdy sense of humor” and another as a lovable patriarch.

The second character came from his years playing beloved TV dads on various shows, most notably on “Full House” and its Netflix spin-off “Fuller House”.

In the popular sitcom, the star, who died aged 65 on January 9, played Danny Tanner, a father of three whose mother has passed away. To help raise his offspring, Danny asked his friend Joey (Dave Coulier) and his brother-in-law Jesse (John Stamos) to move in with the family.

As well as providing touching learning moments for his daughters, Danny was known to be ridiculously groomed, as well as a charismatic and popular morning TV personality alongside Lori Loughlin’s Becky, who would later marry and have twins with Jesse.

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Here’s a look at some of Saget’s best moments as Danny Tanner.

Bob Saget played the role of the loving father of three daughters in “Full House” from 1987 to 1995.
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“There is a horse in my living room”

In a 1988 episode, Danny’s daughter DJ is desperate to own a horse and ends up buying one in secret in the hopes of proving that she is responsible enough to own a pet before her father finds out. .

However, when she is unable to make a weekly payment, DJ takes the horse home and brings it to the house.

When Danny arrives home, Joey and Jesse, trying to keep DJ out of trouble, grab Danny at the door, telling him to close his eyes so as not to spoil a surprise they have for him.

Eyes closed, Danny comes in, sniffs the air and says, “I know what the surprise is. Joey, you’re making that chili again.”

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They brush aside the joke and rush him into the kitchen, but not before he spots the horse in his living room and separates to face his daughter.

“There’s a horse in my living room,” he said before turning the incident into a deep conversation about trust, typical Danny Tanner fashion.

“Call the police, you’ve been robbed!”

Known for his adoration – bordering on obsession – for housekeeping, Danny struggled when he learned that a woman he was dating was rather slob.

After a date he described as “perfect”, Danny drops Karen off at her apartment and she greets him for coffee, warning him that she “wasn’t expecting company.”

Danny Tanner de Saget was known as a loving father who could both joke with his daughters but also have more serious conversations.

Danny Tanner de Saget was known as a loving father who could both joke with his daughters but also have more serious conversations.
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“I bet you even make the perfect cup of -” he begins as Karen opens the door and turns on the light, revealing a messy apartment.

“Call the police, you’ve been robbed!” Tanner explains, unable to figure out another explanation for such a mess.

Karen explains that she has been so busy that she “hasn’t tidied up in a while.”

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“Since when, the 60s? Danny asks.

“We have finished our homework”

Trying to teach his youngest daughter Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen) new skills, Danny enlists Joey and Jesse to coach Michelle on using a bubble wand.

The trio of men worry about blowing bubbles as Michelle walks away.

The best moments of "Full House" by Bob Saget

“Full House” aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995. The cast included (front, left to right) Mary-Kate / Ashley Oslen, Jodie Sweetin, (middle, left to right) Andrea Barber, Candace Cameron Bure , Lori Loughin, Dylan / Blake Tuomy-Wilhoit, (behind, left to right) Dave Coulier, Bob Saget and John Stamos.
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DJ walks into the room and says, “Now boys, I don’t mind you playing, but I hope you finished your homework. “

“We’ve finished our homework,” Danny replies before quickly resuming his bubble game.

On mourning for a loved one

Although he was widely known for his comedy, Danny de Saget was also known for his touching moments with his family.

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During an episode in which Jesse struggles to cope with the grief of losing his sister, Danny sits down for a one-on-one with his brother-in-law.

“I know that feeling, Jesse, and I don’t think it ever goes away completely,” he begins. “Sometimes it’s easier, but days like this it’s really tough. But, you don’t have to go through this alone.”

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“I miss her, man. It’s hard for me to talk about it,” Jesse said.

Danny replies, “Talking about it – that’s what helps me. Talking about memories – that’s what keeps it in your heart.

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