Well, isn't this ironic: Full House alum Dave Coulier whose relationship and subsequent break-up with rocker Alanis Morissette was scathingly chronicled in her song "You Oughta Know" is launching his own music career. But the Olsen twins' former co-star is here to remind us that he has no cross to bear with his angry ex, and thus, won't be penning his own tell-all ditty in retaliation.
"I would never do that," he tells TV Guide Online. "I would never be spiteful or hurtful because I don't think she was really trying to do that to me... I think she was just venting some emotion and it happened to become a hit."
Just venting some emotion? In case you've forgotten, here's a snippet from Morissette's tuneful tirade: "It was a slap in the face how quickly I was replaced. Are you thinking of me when you [blank] her?" (There are also references to the couple's kinky moviegoing habits, but we won't go there.)
Despite the jagged little pill that he was forced to swallow, the so-called Mr. Duplicity insists that he and Morissette who met at a hockey game in the early '90s can now look back on the experience and laugh. "We kind of joked about it," he says. "When it first started coming out in the press, I asked her, 'Well, what do you want me to say?' And she said, 'Just tell the truth.'"
Incidentally, Coulier's new musical endeavor is decidedly G-rated: He's producing a collection of children's CDs and videos entitled Weaver Beaver and His Friends. The first two discs The Story of the Forest National Anthem and Songs in the Key of Beaver hit stores this week.
"It just seems like every TV show or movie has so much sex and violence in it, and it's like, 'Alright, enough already,'" sighs the 42-year-old funnyman. "It's time to do some good family stuff again, where people can sit down with their kids and watch something together."
Thank you, India! Er, Dave.