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Dave Coulier Can't Get Arrested, Talks About Doing A TV Show With Flavor Flav

Dave Coulier and Flava Flav in a TV show together? Cut it out! (Insert hand gestures here). The Full House star spoke of such a scenario in a recent interview about his webseries Can’t Get Arrested, which has him teamed up with fellow Full House vet Jodie Sweetin.

The Huffington Post posted an interview with Coulier, which discusses Can’t Get Arrested, a five-episode webseries that features Coulier and Sweetin as they deal with “doing everything they can to stay ‘attractive’ to the paparazzi.” The first episode of the webseries, which includes a fake Sweetin nipple slip, is posted below.

You’ll also note that Coulier makes mention of doing a TV show with his fellow The Surreal Life Season 3 co-star Flava Flav. Coulier talks about the concept in the interview with the Huffington Post, saying:

Yeah, we always wanted to do a show together. It'd be called, "Dave and Flav," about the whitest midwestern guy living with the guy from public enemy. We meet each other on a park bench and then we hear this baby crying, and we look back and it's a baby in a stroller, and we're like, "What are we gonna do? We gotta take care of the baby." So we befriend each other and raise this baby.

It’s entirely possible (maybe even probable, considering it's used as a joke in the web series) that Coulier is joking or that this is just an idea he and Flav toyed with at one point. But let’s face it, Coulier is sort of due for a comeback, isn’t he? Bob Saget continues to lend his voice to CBS’ How I Met Your Mother and John Stamos has had plenty of TV exposure in recent years (ER, Glee). Where's the love for Coulier... other than TV movies and plenty of voice work (including Robot Chicken)?

Cloulier fans can check out the first four episodes of Can’t Get Arrested here and keep an eye out for the fourth one, which should go up next Monday.

Kelly West
Kelly West

Kelly joined CinemaBlend as a freelance TV news writer in 2006 and went on to serve as the site’s TV Editor before moving over to other roles on the site. At present, she’s an Assistant Managing Editor who spends much of her time brainstorming and editing feature content on the site.