Lori Loughlin & John Stamos Went On A Date At Literally The Happiest Place On Earth, So How Did They Not Make It Work?!
Did you happen to watch Lifetime's Unauthorized Full House Story? If you tuned in, you found out a lot about the chemistry between John Stamos and Lori Loughlin, who portrayed Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky on Full House. As the TV movie revealed, the two actors when on a few dates before they were both cast on the show. Actually, Stamos and Loughlin went on a date at Disneyland, which is pretty much the best date ever. It's no secret Full House fans would love to see these two married in real life, but that isn't going to happen. So, instead, let's imagine what their date to Disneyland was like.
Here's what Stamos told HuffPost Live in 2013 about their magical date at the home of Mickey and Minnie Mouse:
We went on a date to Disneyland before we were both married. In real life, when we were 18, 19 years old... No disrespect to her family and her husband now, I would say that she could be the one that got away. She's one of my dearest friends, and that's good enough. I really do adore her.
It sure sounds pretty spectacular, especially since Stamos seemingly walked away regretting things never got more serious between the two. Sadly, he didn't provide further details, so here are six things that probably happened on their Disney date.
1. They Rode Every Ride
Who doesn't go to Disneyland and ride every ride? Can't you just see these two having a blast, even while waiting in line?
2. They Laughed — A Lot
You know this date definitely wasn't boring. It's John and Lori! They had to have fun. Plus, it was at Disneyland so they had to act like kids at least a little.
3. He Sang To Her
Can't you hear him singing "It's a Small World" to her? Yeah, me too.
4. They Made Eyes At Each Other
How could they not? They're both gorgeous!
5. He Tried To Steal The Disneyland Sign
Did you know John Stamos owns a Disneyland sign? Yep, it's at his Los Angeles home, so you know he totally tried to score one on his date with Lori.
6. "Have Mercy!" Was Uttered
And later it was worked into Full House as Jesse's signature line! OK... maybe this is just wishful thinking...