‘America’s Dad’ Bob Saget also loved dirty jokes. He mastered both

The star of the household friendly “Full House” and “Fuller House” series and host of the much more G-rated “America’s Funniest Home Videos” was likewise popular for his crass humor.

“I don’t know one comic who ever spent time with Bob Saget and wasn’t in awe of how incredibly cool he was as a human being,” comic and sports analyst Jonny Loquasto tweeted. “Thank you for teaching our generation so many life lessons on tv and then telling us so many dirty jokes on stage. RIP.”

Saget’s look in Penn Jillette and Paul Provenza’s 2005 documentary “The Aristocrats” broadened understanding of a guy who had actually played among the most wholesome and dorky fathers in comedy history.

In the documentary, Saget is among the comics who handles a famous filthy joke understood everywhere in comical circles. Saget’s variation has actually been hailed as one of the best and “filthiest” of perpetuity. (We can’t duplicate it here, however it’s a simple web search.)

Here are some examples of the humor Saget, who likewise played a foul-mouthed variation of himself on the HBO series “Entourage,” leaves.

Working horrible gigs in the early years

“This is what happened: there’s a stripper on stage and I don’t remember much about it, but she’s there. She’s got little Easy Bake Oven pie pans over her nether regions – which I believe is near Finland, I’m not sure. And she’s got Scotch-taped matches over the area and she lights the matches on fire. Then she does a little dance in her cocaine stupor and then she just blows herself out.

Then she goes ‘And now the comedy of Bob Saget.'”

– From Sagat’s 2017 stand unique “Bob Sagat: Zero to Sixty.”

Quick on the trigger

“I talk real fast. If you have any drugs take them now. I’m serious, alright? I’m not funny, but I am quick. That’s a problem I have with women too.”

– Sagat carrying out at Dangerfields in 1984

I understand that odor

“(Sniffs) Wait. I know what the surprise is. Joey, you’re making that chili again.”

– Danny Tanner (Saget) with his eyes closed being caused the kitchen area when the household attempts to conceal a horse in their living-room throughout an episode of “Full House.”

He got his funny bone from his papa

“He was a supermarket person. He said that one day A&P was going to merge with Stop and Shop and be ‘Stop and P.'”

– Saget’s “Dirty Dad Jokes” from his 2013 unique “That’s What I’m Talking About.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.