The star of the family-friendly “Full House” and “Fuller House” series and the host of the higher-level “America’s Funniest Home Videos” is also known for his rude humor.
Saget’s appearance in Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza’s 2005 documentary “The Nobles” expands perceptions of a man who plays one of the healthiest and dumbest fathers in sitcom history.
In this documentary, Saget is a cartoonist who tells a famous dirty joke that is well known in comedy circles. Saget’s version has been hailed as one of the greatest and “dirtiest” versions of all time. (We can’t repeat it here, but it was a simple internet search.)
Here are some examples of humorous Saget, who also played a dirty-speaking version of himself on the HBO series “Entourage,” to stay.
bad early work gigs
“Here’s what happened: there was a stripper on stage, I don’t really remember, but she was there. She had a small Easy Bake Oven pie plate in her lower area – I believe it’s near Finland, I’m not sure. She put scotch tape in the area, she lit a match. Then she did a little dance in a cocaine coma and then she blew herself out.
Then she said “Now it’s a Bob Saget comedy.”
– From Sagat’s 2017 special “Bob Sagat: Zero to Sixty”.
“I’m fast talking. If you’re on any medication right now. I’m serious, okay? I’m not funny, but I’m fast. That’s my problem with women, too.”
I know that smell
“(sniffs) Wait. I know what a surprise is. Joey, you’re making chili again.”
– Danny Tanner (Saget) is taken to the kitchen with his eyes closed when the family tries to hide a horse in the living room in “Full House”.
He got his sense of humor from his father
“He’s a supermarket guy. He says that one day A&P will merge with Stop and Shop and become ‘Stop and P’.”
– “Dirty Dad Joke” from Saget’s 2013 special “This Is What I’m Saying”.