Bob Saget is now known for his raunchy humor and censor-inducing jokes, but his TV career started with the wholesome series "Full House," something he doesn't regret.
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"No, it's a wonderful thing," he said. "It's a great show that we did for eight years."
The actor's new A&E series, "Strange Days with Bob Saget," will give audiences a different take on the often-vulgar 54-year-old.
"It's interesting stuff. It's me being with people, not making fun of people… not hazing them. It's not really a reality show… it's kind of a documentary comedy," he explained. "I love it, I'm really glad we did the shows."
"Strange Days with Bob Saget" premiered November 30 and airs on A&E at 10 PM
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