Dave Coulier, Melissa Bring
Uncle Joey is a married man!
Full House alum Dave Coulier married longtime girlfriend Melissa Bring in...
Dave Coulier is engaged to longtime girlfriend Melissa Bring, Us Weekly reports.
"Melissa has been...
The Love Boat
Oprah: Where Are They Now? will kick off its new season with a Love Boat reunion on Sunday. Original cast members Ted Lange, Cynthia Lauren Tewes and Jill Whelan will meet up to reminisce about their time on The Pacific Princess.
Josh Radnor and Cristin Milioti
Our top moments of the week:
11. Best Reveal: Leslie and Ann are forced to find a celebrity spokesperson for Sweetums' latest sports drink on Parks and Recreation so that they can break ground on the park project that spawned their friendship. After their top pick turns them down, Ann is able to work her charm with local news personality Perd Hapley and convinces him to forget about his journalistic integrity for "old time's sake." Leslie quickly realizes that Ann and Perd have a romantic history. As Ann explains, it was just drinks while she was exploring her freedom as a single woman a few years back. "And at the end, he said, 'I am going to kiss you now by putting my mouth on...
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
The Full House nostalgia train kept rolling on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Wednesday, with Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier reprising their roles as Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse and Joey from the beloved sitcom.
Adult Swim's China, IL is an online success story, having started out as a web series created by Brad Neely before moving to TV. The show centers on a wide variety of characters created and voiced by Neely, including The Professor Brothers and Baby Cakes, and takes place at what's deemed the "Worst College in America." Other stars include Hulk Hogan as the school's dean, Jeffrey Tambor as Professor Cakes and Dave Coulier as Ronald Reagan. China, IL, which airs Sundays at 11:30/10:30c, expanded to 30-minute episodes for Season 2 (now underway). Neely and fellow executive producer Daniel Weidenfeld took the TV Guide Magazine showrunner survey to explain why viewers should enroll in China, IL.
It's easy, sometimes even enjoyable, to disparage reality TV, a genre so notorious for bottom-feeding it just asks for abuse. (When I heard someone was shopping a show reuniting Amy Fisher with the Buttafucos, I thought about early retirement.) Despite all the soul-numbing creepshows we've witnessed — Anna Nicole Smith, the Gottis, Danny Bonaduce, we know ye too well — there is a gratifyingly popular trend to deliver shows with one goal in mind: to entertain, leaving you with a grin instead of a grimace for having wasted your time. Here's my ranking of the current crop.
American Idol Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8 pm/ET, FoxThe hook: Watching someone’s musical dreams come true — eventually. But not before we endure weeks of painful auditions by people who are way t
Scott Hamilton, Skating with Celebrities
Incredulous laughter. That's everyone's first reaction upon hearing that, starting tonight at 8 pm/ET, Fox is airing its own take on the embarrassment-of-famous-faces reality-show format by making them try someone else's profession in Skating with Celebrities. Scott Hamilton, the 47-year-old Olympic gold medalist, skating legend and cancer survivor, has no problem with that. Rather, he was fully aware of the potential for pratfalls when he signed on to host the contest, which pairs celebs (everyone from bad boy Todd Bridges to former teen queen Deborah Gibson) with champion skaters (Nancy Kerrigan, Kurt Browning and others) for si
Fox has landed — and it was a clean landing at that — Scott Hamilton to host Skating with Celebrities, a six-week contest debuting sometime this fall; fellow Olympic gold-medalist Dorothy Hamill will serve as a judge. Here are the six star-pro matchups: Wheaties cover-boy Bruce Jenner with Tai Babilonia; Full House's Dave Coulier with Nancy Kerrigan; Diff'rent Strokes/Los Angeles jail alum Todd Bridges with Jenni Meno; Dude, Where's My Car's Kristy Swanson with Lloyd Eisler; grown-up teen-queen
Full House is becoming much like the Brady Bunch: inescapable in reruns and enduring in popularity. With Full House: The Complete First Season DVDs in stores Feb. 8, we asked one of the show's stars, Dave Coulier, to replay House and tell us how he made the Olsens laugh and turned Joe Pesci into a potato.
TV Guide Online: How'd you come up with all the crazy stuff you did on the show?
Dave Coulier: The producers would say, "Dave, do something funny here." And I would improvise, like an imitation of Joe Pesci as a potato: "I'm funny to you? Funny how? I'm a potato for crying out loud."
TVGO: How was working with the Olsen twins?
Coulier: Once, when they were about 3 years old, I told them that if they flapped their arms fast, they could [fly]. The rest of the day, they followed me around flapping really hard and screaming "Tweet, tweet, tweet!"
TVGO: Do you all stay in touch?