Watch out, world! Uncle Jesse is out for blood!
When a HuffPo blogger called Full House "dumb," John Stamos responded to defend the show that was his career.
Annelia Alex wrote an article titled "The Lies I Learned From Dumb TV" and listed Full House among the shows she says "distorted her expectations for reality."
(Might want to pick up the Merriam-Webster 2014 dictionary and look up the word "fiction." It's been in there for at least 20 years.)
When Stamos read the article, because what else is John Stamos doing these days aside from trolling HuffPo, he responded, criticizing Alex for laying the blame for the way her life has turned out squarely on the shoulders of television.
Yeeeeeaaaahhh...pretty sure Uncle Jesse also needs to pick up a dictionary and learn the definition of the words "satire." His sense of humor was apparently lost about the same time his career began to circle the drain.
In his rebuttal, Stamos called Annelia Alex on the carpet, saying, "I bet more good than bad came out of those shows. Sorry it didn't turn out that way for you, Annelia, or you simply just weren't bright enough to take the good from what we did and laugh at the rest."
OUCH! OOOH! BURN!
Alex did him one better, and for that, she wins the prize (of being funny on the Internet).
"I didn't know that John Stamos was still a media presence. I called my mom and she informed me, 'Oh yes. He does Greek yogurt commercials [Dannon] now, which makes sense because he is Greek and handsome.'"