DC: It's going to sound really cheesy, but the enduring friendships that I still have.
That's really the biggest takeaway is that they really feel like family to me.
But, if you look at the top-touring comedians right now, Jim Gaffigan and Brian Regan, completely clean. Everyone knows you as Joey from Full House, but many people from the same generation might be surprised to know you did lots of voice acting in cartoons throughout the '80s, like Muppet Babies and Ghostbusters. I was always the funny guy in the locker room and when you got 20 guys sitting around, you have a captive audience.
So I would just do impressions of teammates, or coaches, or guys that we knew and that's kinda how I started – then people started telling me, "You know you're pretty good at that." And, so I guess, enough people told me to the point where I started to believe it myself and I guess it turned into a career, didn't it? " And that was my first voice-over job working for Scooby-Doo, believe it or not. DC: I went on a cattle-call audition — they were auditioning every comedian from New York and Los Angeles.
PART II: Potential Movies Given that time frame, what are some likely movie contenders?
We are looking at movies that 1) appeared in wide release between October 6th, 1992 and July 1st, 1993 and 2) had low revenue numbers per theater, increasing the likelihood of a sparsely-populated theater in which Morissette could realistically be expected to go down on Coulier.
It's on syndication and still airs multiple times a day – it's everywhere.
I’m also assuming Coulier, flush with Full House cash, would’ve sprung for a regular season NHL game, meaning the earliest possible beginning date for the relationship is October 6th, 1992.
The ending of the affair is slightly trickier – full writing and recording of the album began in earnest after Alanis moved to Los Angeles in early 1994, although Alanis had worked in some capacity with producer Glen Ballard in previous trips to LA.
Because, back in the day, The Tonight Show was the only showcase, nationally, for comedians on television and if you wanted to get on The Tonight Show, you had to work clean; you had to be able to perform in front of a national audience on network television. Jay Leno said something to me early on in my career, when I was only 19 years old on stage at The Comedy Store in Hollywood on Sunset Blvd, and he came up to me after the show one night and said [imitating Leno's voice], "Hey Coulier, I saw your set. You know, if you work clean, you'll work everywhere." And it was the smartest thing another comedian ever said to me.
I thought about it afterwards and thought, What does that mean?