Full House’s Dave Coulier Emotionally Reflects On The Final Time He Spoke With Co-Star Bob Saget Before He Died


Full House was such a beloved show by so many people, whether they became fans when the sitcom originally aired on ABC in the 1980s and ‘90s, found it through reruns in syndication, or jumped on the bandwagon with the Netflix spinoff Fuller House. What fans may not have known until recently, however, was how much the TV family meant to the cast as well. So many stories have been shared since “America’s Dad” Bob Saget passed away January 9 from a head trauma, and Full House actor Dave Coulier recalled the last time he spoke with Saget before he died.

Full House may have gone off the air in 1995, but the Tanners and those closest to them had formed a family. If that show taught us anything, it’s that families are forever, so in the years before and since John Stamos got the band back together for Fuller House, the cast kept in touch. In fact, Dave Coulier said he spoke to Bob Saget on the day his friend died, and he reflected on that conversation on the Tamron Hall Show:

I spoke with Bob Saget the morning that he passed. He was texting me and making me laugh and we were texting back and forth and making each other laugh very hard. The last thing I said was, ‘Have a great show tonight.’ That was my last real connection with Bob.


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