This former Full House star and current ER doc sure is hunky. And a bit insane from time to time. Sorry Uncle Jesse. Er, John Stamos. We...
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John Stamos: Pantsless For Paper Magazine
Apparently, when John Stamos heard that Full House was coming back to TV, he decided to keep the throwback trend going by making himself a tabloid staple, just like he was in his Uncle Jesse days.
First, Stamos was arrested for DUI and was put through the usual apology tour and rehab paces. Now, the dude is going full Kardashian and attempting to break the Internet with an artsy ass shot.
John Stamos: Charged with DUI ... of Date Rape Drug!
John Stamos will be charged with driving under the influence of GHB, also known as the date rape drug, according to sources close to the situation.
John Stamos Admits He Tried to Get the Olsen Twins Fired!
Full House has been in the news a lot lately, and it's not only because Netflix is producing a sequel series to the aggressively crappy ABC sitcom.
In addition to pics from the Fuller House set, there's also been some serious drama revolving around the show's cast in recent weeks.
John Stamos Jokes About DUI on Fuller House Set
We don't if his famous band will be featured in the Full House sequel series (the imaginatively titled Fuller House), but we do know that Uncle Jesse is done getting ripped.
Actor John Stamos was arrested for DUI last month and cops had mercy (sorry) on the beloved sitcom star by taking him to a hospital instead of jail.
John Stamos Shares First Photos From Fuller House Set!
Have mercy! John Stamos is back in character as Uncle Jesse and all is right with the world.
John Stamos Checks Into Rehab for Substance Abuse
John Stamos is seeking professional help for a substance abuse problem.
In news broken by People, the popular Full House star has entered a residential program for treatment of an addiction.