John Stamos Hilariously Trolls A Full House Fan’s Instagram
It’s a tale as old as time: wannabe IG influencer goes on a trip to San Francisco, takes a photo at the Full House painted lady, and lives happily ever after. For @latenightwright, this story has a different ending. Uncle Jesse himself, John Stamos, stumbled across her photo and took the opportunity to point out that she went to the wrong house.
At first, we assumed John *had* to know this girl because he has better things to do than troll his fans online, but she’s actually just a random. Like, to be fair, it’s not that hard to find the actual Broderick Street house — true fans know that it has a red door, and fake fans know how to use Google. But John did not ~have mercy~, and after his comment got picked up by the popular @commentsbycelebs account, he inadvertently sent a flock of haters to this poor girl’s photo:
There were barely any comments on the photo to begin with, so now nearly every comment is people either calling this girl dumb or pointing out that it’s the wrong house. Yeah, guys, we get it.
The real question here is how John found this random post in the first place. @latenightwright hashtagged John Stamos and Lori Loughlin in her comments, and although she tagged *a bunch* of accounts, it doesn’t look like John’s was one of them. Odds that John has a search alert set for #JohnStamos? Pretty high.
The Full House house was bought by the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin, in 2016. Jeff restored the house to its former glory (and brought back the iconic red door) so that they could shoot there for the Netflix reboot Fuller House. Past owners hated their house being a tourist attraction, Jeff told The Hollywood Reporter, so the production team was never allowed to film new external shots of the house after the original series took off. Now that Jeff is the owner, he welcomes fans to come and take photos of the home. He also told THR about his plan to have the entire cast to the house for a big sleepover on the show’s thirtieth anniversary, which we hope actually happened.
“I hope to bring the cast up to the house and have a big slumber party here so people can drive by and actually see the Tanner family living there for one whole day,” Jeff said. “That would be pretty fun.”
Jeff was lowkey fired from the Fuller House reboot for allegedly verbally harassing staffers and giving his girlfriends bit parts on the show, and Lori was ousted for her part in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal, but Fuller House is still going strong, prepping for its fifth and final season on Netflix.