John Stamos Admits 'Full House' Cast Is Not as Close Since Bob Saget's Death

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Oct. 23 2023, Published 3:39 p.m. ET

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In a recent interview, John Stamos sadly admitted that the once tight-knit cast of the classic sitcom has drifted apart since the untimely death of Bob Saget in 2022.

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John Stamos admitted the 'Full House' cast has drifted apart since Bob Saget's death.

"Bob was the glue to all of us. Even the year and a half that he's been gone, we [the Full House cast] haven't gotten together as much," the 60-year-old revealed.

In January 2022, the comedian — who was 65 — suddenly died after hitting his head in his Orlando, Fla., hotel room. In the aftermath, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Lori Loughlin, and Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen all came together to attend the memorial service for the television patriarch.

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Bob Saget passed away in January 2022.

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"When Bob died, they came back. Oh my god. It was so beautiful," Stamos gushed of seeing the Olsen twins after so long. "They said things to us that meant so much to all of us. That they loved their childhood. That we were such a big part of their lives, and that they are who they are because of their upbringing on the show."

As OK! previously reported, insiders close to the You actor revealed how "devastated" Stamos was over the never-ending scandals that have plagued his beloved costars of the wholesome show over the years, including Loughlin, 59, going to prison and Bure, 47, expressing her anti- LGBTQ+ views.

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John Stomas recalled the entire 'Full House' cast coming together after Bob Saget's passing.

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"Losing Bob and seeing his other costars' lives take strange turns has really been tough on him," the source said of the hunk, who played Uncle Jesse on the series from 1987 to 1995.

"John loves Candace, but he caught a lot of c--- for defending Lori," the insider added. "John has always wanted everything to be perfect for his TV family. He's devastated it's turned upside down."

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John Stamos has been 'devastated' by the scandals that have plagued the 'Full House' cast.

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Stamos has stayed extremely loyal to his former on-screen wife after she spent time behind bars for paying $500,000 in bribes to get her daughters into the University of Southern California.

"It was something that you were saying about how you hate when people bring her up because if you defend her then people get mad. If you don't defend her, then you feel bad because she's a great person," he said during a recent interview.

"She also paid a lot of money. She set up a college fund for kids and she went to f------ jail man," Stamos added. "I am going to say this, and she said I could. She wasn’t really the architect of any of it — she was in the way background. She didn’t know what was going on."

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InStyle conducted the interview with Stamos about the Full House cast drifting apart.


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