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– John Stamos and Lori Loughlin did date — and he calls her the one that got away: According to an interview with People, John Stamos and Lori Laughlin went on a date to Disneyland before each getting the gig on “Full House.” Loughlin was married by the time she joined the cast, and when she divorced Stamos was already seeing Rebecca Romijn.

J.’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), as well as Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona (Soni Nicole Bringas), are there to help. This isn’t the only wholesome family series on Netflix’s radar.

While involved in "Fuller House" in reprising his role from the mothership (as a recurring character), his first behind-the-scenes involvement was featured as director of the episode "Nutcrackers".

On June 29, 2017, he competed on the premiere of the revival of ABC's Battle of the Network Stars as a member of the "TV Sitcoms" team, which beat the "TV Kids" team by a score of 22-7.

While similar to AFHV in that the clips were submitted via video, the show focused more on the talent(s) of the submitter(s) than the videos themselves; in addition, the votes tallied to determine the finalists (,000 for 1st, ,000 for 2nd, and ,000 for 3rd) were done via telephone votes instead of using audience votes; plus there was no 0,000 grand prize special for the season finales like its sister show.

He was a panelist on the premiere of the 2000 version of To Tell the Truth.

J.’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), as well as Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona (Soni Nicole Bringas), are there to help. This isn’t the only wholesome family series on Netflix’s radar.

While involved in "Fuller House" in reprising his role from the mothership (as a recurring character), his first behind-the-scenes involvement was featured as director of the episode "Nutcrackers".

On June 29, 2017, he competed on the premiere of the revival of ABC's Battle of the Network Stars as a member of the "TV Sitcoms" team, which beat the "TV Kids" team by a score of 22-7.

While similar to AFHV in that the clips were submitted via video, the show focused more on the talent(s) of the submitter(s) than the videos themselves; in addition, the votes tallied to determine the finalists (,000 for 1st, ,000 for 2nd, and ,000 for 3rd) were done via telephone votes instead of using audience votes; plus there was no 0,000 grand prize special for the season finales like its sister show.

He was a panelist on the premiere of the 2000 version of To Tell the Truth.

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