John Stamos from 'Full House' Reveals Couch from the Famous Show Is Hiding in His House
Only one person knew where the famous blue-and-white checkered couch from the "Full House" has been all these years. John Stamos has revealed that the sofa they used in the show has been hiding in his house.
He recently posted a photo of the familiar couch on his Instagram. Beside the old-looking piece of furniture was his one-year-old son, Billy.
"Baby safety gate or one of the most iconic couches in pop TV history? You, make the call," Stamos captioned the image.
John Stamos at West Hall At Los Angeles Convention Center on January 24, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
The actor decided to repurpose the iconic set, after his wife, Caitlin McHugh, gave birth to their child, Billy, last year. Now, it's a baby gate for their child, as reported by ET Online.
The couch is used to prevent Billy from going to the stairs. Toddlers are prone to accidents if left unattended, so a "gate" bigger than his child is positioned near the stairs.
His co-star, David Coulier, commented, jokingly warned him about the use of the couch. He joked that the couch had witnessed a lot of farts.
After dropping a familiar clue on, some Instagram followers remembered about the couch and commented about their surprise. Stamos's co-stars were also shocked, looking at the vintage couch.
"You got it?! Not Bob?" wrote Candace Cameron Bure, who played as Stamos's niece, DJ Tanner, in the series. Jodie Sweetin, who played as Stephanie Tanner, was also surprised, writing, "WHAAAAATTTT?!"
The couch was an important piece in the living area of the Tanner house in the sitcom.
A variety of couches were used in the series, including the iconic couch. The couch was borrowed from executive producer Bob Boyett, as reported by EW.
The couch was an important piece in the living area of the Tanner house in the sitcom. The popular American television show ran for eight seasons from 1987 until 1995, as reported by the Daily Mail.
The couch was also used in the series, "Fuller House," which is currently on Netflix. The series brought in original casts like Bure and Stamos.
The show, which debuted in 2016, revolved around Bure's character, Stephanie Tanner-Fuller, and her family. The second half of its fifth and final season is expected to air within 2020.
Stamos earlier elicited an emotional reaction among his fans when he shared photos from the final taping of the series. The actor said that it was the end of another memorable TV series.