Some fans visiting the Full House home missed out on a chance to meet Uncle Jesse himself! John Stamos revealed he was just feet away from tourists taking a photo of the house, yet they didn’t even notice him.
John Stamos posted the photo on the right to his Instagram page on Friday. The image features several Full House fans taking pictures of the home featured in the sitcom’s iconic theme song. Stamos himself is standing a bit behind the tourists with his back to the house. Yet not one of the fans turned around to notice the star.
“Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they’re missing,” he captioned the picture. “#Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND.”
At least one other Full House fan recalled seeing the tourists in John Stamos’ photo of the home. Before going to the house, they also hung out at Alamo Square, a landmark also featured in the show’s credits.
“Aww man I was there at that same time but sitting in the grass in Alamo Square,” the fan replied on Instagram. “I remember seeing those kids yesterday if only I knew you were down there!!!”
But while these Full House fans missed out on a chance to see John Stamos at the home, at least they may soon get to see him on their television screens each week. Stamos has signed on for a new Fox comedy pilot where he plays a man who finds out overnight he is both a father and grandfather. Nickelodeon alum Josh Peck will play Stamos’ son.
John Stamos is not the only Full House alum to visit the iconic home. Bob Saget, aka Danny Tanner, took a selfie in front of the house back in 2013, leading to some hilarious reactions from Stamos and Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone).
In San Fran. Couldn’t resist. http://t.co/CWKFk5gBwL
— bob saget (@bobsaget) June 7, 2013
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) June 7, 2013
— Dave Coulier (@DaveCoulier) June 7, 2013
“It was creepy!” Saget said of his return to the Full House home. “Because cars were going by, and I was like I gotta get out of here. And a couple people kinda looked at me. One guy on a moped stopped with a look that was like, ‘Oh, come on!’ Because it’s like, I’m in it! If I’m standing in front of that house . . . some poor lady lives there and it’s a well-known house now. People go there and see it like it’s a cool thing. It’s nice that it’s not a negative memory. It’s a home-cooked meal memory. So it was kind of weird being there.”