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.