Transcript for A 'Full House' at Dave Coulier's Wedding
There you go. Sara, you're in for Lara, at wimbledon. "Pop news." I do. Dave coulier, you probably know him as uncle joey, and in case you missed "The full house" phenomenon, that was the 1990s, coulier tying the knot. Candice Cameron Bure with kimmy gibbler. And bob saget sharing this gem of John Stamos. I love that. And the epic snapshot of the groom before he walked down the aisle. They all look so great. They look the same. Minus the mullets. Upgrade from spandex. Together. Together. And what better way to tee up fourth of July weekend, than with 26 determined dachshunds going head-to-head. That was the scene at this year's wiener 100 race in Pittsburgh. Some taking a more round-about route to the finish line. The stages were high. Top dog went to a dachshund named -- wait for it. Oscar Mayer Von wienerschnitzel I. That's the name of the dog. A long line. I went with peter for my chihuahua. We so some "Pop." In right now. You're featured in the brand-new spread on cosmo's website. Look at this. How about your path becoming a correspondent for "Gma." That's beautiful. And it's very inspiring. It's a read for their "Get that life" series. And it's so special for me to be here because I was able to witness it firsthand. I got to watch you spread your wings. And you have some really good advice for people who may be stuck in a job. You blazed your path. You do whatever job you're given. If you can't do the little stuff, why would anyone trust you with anyone bigger. You said, even from getting coffee. That was great advice from my cousin Allen. Make the best cup of coffee you can. If you can't, why would they give you anything else? Touche. And look at you now. Yay, Sara. It all started with spandex. I can still whip up a good cup of coffee. Any orders? The truth is, we're giving her the coffee now. She did deliver my coffee this morning. Beautiful spread and a great read. Very inspirational, my friend.
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