John Stamos In San Francisco: “Youngsters Have 0.0 Idea What They’re Missing”


Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND.

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Open up your eyes tourists! Especially if you’re a fan of an 80’s show that made “Have Mercy” ever so cool.

Recently, John Stamos visited the Tanner family home to the famous sitcom Full House, except fans of the show did not realize Stamos, who starred as the show’s suave and sexy Uncle Jessie, was posing right in front of the home located near San Francisco’s Lower Pacific Heights.

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His hilarious caption “Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they’re missing. #Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND.” has the internet talking and now we’ve gotta get down to that house attracting tourists just as often as the Mrs. Doubtfire house in the City by the Bay.

In the beginning sequence, we see the family drive through Golden Gate Bridge, picnic in Alamo Square with the Painted Ladies in the background. The family obviously didn’t live in since the show was shot in Los Angeles at the Warner Brother’s studio, so the only episode to have actually been taped in San Francisco was the first episode of season eight when the family dog was lost in “Comet’s Excellent Adventure”.

Today, the door is no longer painted in red, but fans of the show still drop by to relive moments of “How Rude” and “Oh, Mylanta!” full house

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1709 Broderick Street, CA 94115 USA (map)



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