*sits down, has a cup of coffee ready and an evenly buttered asiago bagel to pair it with. sounds like a good time for some Cards Over Coffee*
I don't think you cannot call yourself an 80s or 90s kid if you didn't grow up with some version of Bob Saget on your television.
Whether that be the guy cracking side jokes while people got hit in the crotch on America's Funniest Home Videos-which I had no clue this show still existed on TV still-or as the fun-loving-OCD cleanaholic dad on Full House. He was a part of your childhood...somehow.
I watched both AFV and Full House growing up and enjoyed both shows. Probably more Full House than AFV, there is only so many times you can watch the same types of videos over and over again. With him being a piece of my childhood, I had to find an autograph card like I do with most of the actors I grew up watching.
*takes a sip before showing off the card*
And my search led me to this 2004 Leaf Rookies and Stars Fans Of The Game autograph. With a little luck, I landed it much cheaper than it is going now. This was actually an autograph add from three years ago I forgot to show off on here and figured it was time to do so.
Having been born in Philly, it is no surprise to me that Bob is an Eagles fan. Even though I don't like his choice of team, I won't hold it against him.
*takes another sip before finishing up today's post*
Bob recently starred in a continuation series to Full House, Fuller House that was played on Netflix. I plan on watching the series at some point and bought the DVD seasons so I can do so.
He also lended his voice to be the future Ted Mosby on the TV series, How I Met Your Mother which was a great show by the way. I am not sure the new series coming out How I Met Your Father can quite match what the original series brought or if they will use Bob in any form on that version either.
In comments today, let me know what you watched Bob Saget in or if you have listened to or seen his Stand Up comedy.
Hope everyone has a great Friday.
*Coffee Card Blogger Out*
AFHV was great for the first couple of years, then a lot of the videos started looking staged, and it really went downhill fast from there, or at least for me it did. I watched Full House sometimes as well, but it was always my least favorite amongst the TGIF shows.ReplyDelete
Yeah i agree with AFHV, only so many times you can get hit in the crotchDelete
I've watched full house along with AFHV.... he made those shows for memorable to those that lived in the 90s... those line combos of full house, AFHV, and family matters were definitely the lineup of shows to watch..... gotta love Danny tanner aka Bob sagetReplyDelete
Yes, RIP Danny TannerDelete