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Jodie Sweetin interview on Pop My Culture podcast

Jodie Sweetin (“Full House”) goofs off with Cole and Vanessa on Kim and Kanye’s trademarked baby name, American Idol, Game of Thrones, Hollywood Squares, San Francisco, catch phrases, being Greek, The Goonies, double denim, Supermarket Sweep, Comet the Dog, Bob Saget, Urkel, Fozzie Bear, and the sad world of Kimmie Gibbler.

Leave your answer to the firsts question (The first embarrassing hairstyle or bad haircut you got) on our website for a chance to win a Full House season 1 DVD signed by Jodie and past guest Dave Coulier!

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Jodie Sweet with hosts Vanessa Ragland and Cole Stratton

Full House DVD signed by Jodie Sweetin


  • Comment by Lisa Lindemann — May 17, 2013 @ 2:11 pm

    I was 19 and I had my hair cut by my dads ex I almost looked like uncle Jesse on full house….. I got made fun of big time..

  • Comment by Jeremy — May 17, 2013 @ 2:12 pm

    I had a bowl cut from probably elementary school to middle school… and what made it worse is I had a cow lick when I parted my hair to the right…

  • Comment by Jen — May 17, 2013 @ 7:16 pm

    This question is EASY…..in seventh grade, I decided that my bangs needed a trim. I had long hair my whole life, still do. The problem was that I couldn’t get the bangs straight, so I kept cutting each side til I had maybe an inch left. Finally I went out to show mom, and she took me to see what the salon could do. They cut ALL my hair off. I was sad for weeks!!

  • Comment by GuanoLad — May 17, 2013 @ 9:52 pm

    Kimmy Gibbler was my favourite character. Just my kind of weirdo. Andrea Barber was cute, too.

    My hair has always been weird, so all my haircuts have been awful. Worst was the hair drapes, though. They just didn’t work.

  • Comment by Kacey — May 18, 2013 @ 10:10 am

    Thought it would be a good idea to put one of those at home relaxes on my hair. My hair used to be super curly when I was younger. Anyway, wanted it straight without having to use a hair straightener. Messed that one up. My hair looked and felt like one big sponge. I was freaking out, so I called around to any and all hair dressers in the area, trying to find someone to get me out of this mess. It was pretty early, so no one was open. But a lady did call me back finally. I went to her shop, she told me there wasn’t a whole lot they could do. But she chopped off most of th bad stuff. Still, now my hair was super short, and just wouldn’t lay right. Luckily, it grew out. Never ever doing that again. Ever.

  • Comment by Dave — May 18, 2013 @ 10:20 am

    I was a pretty shy kid. Our local hairdresser knew me pretty well, I went there through most of my childhood. One day I went in just as she was closing up. I didn’t want to intrude, but she said she would cut my hair. I could tell she wasn’t that into it, but I didn’t say anything. I got my hair cut and as I was leaving she said “I should let you know I’ve had a few drinks”. Apparently it was pretty obvious when I got home, so we found someone else to cut my hair from then on.

  • Comment by Veronika Lawrence — May 18, 2013 @ 2:48 pm

    I was 9 years old & it was my first hair cut…obviously I’ve had trims, but nothin more than an inch cut off. I was getting headaches & it was such a pain to take care of, although the attention of all of my classmates asking questions & touching it was fun. My mother decided it was time to chop it off, 12 inches off…it was awful, the way it framed my face. The women who cut my hair was our neighbor, /: my hair was silly looking, minor even sure how to explai it. I have long hair again now, & I’m 16…never again going for an extreme cut.

  • Comment by corinne — May 18, 2013 @ 2:50 pm

    When I was a kid I’d get my hair cut every so often, but halfway between my mom would trim my bangs. Once for some reason she let my grandfather do the trim, and instead of being slightly longer on the outsides, he cut them opposite, so they were long in the middle and short to the sides, and it looked suuuuper stupid. That’s the worst it’s gotten, thankfully. (I mean, I’ve had plenty of dumb haircuts since, but none that I thought were dumb until looking at photos year later.)

  • Comment by Tea — May 18, 2013 @ 9:47 pm

    When I was twelve years old I let my eight year old sister do a pretend haircut. At that moment, my pet bird as a kid flew over my head and went over my head and got stuck on my hair. My sister tried to get the bird loose but my hair was so frizzy and things got complicated and I hear my sister cut what I thought was a little piece of hair, little did I know was that the bird had also pooped on me and my sister had she chooped off half of my hair, making it neck-length. I cried. I screamed. I basically thought the world was over. Thankfully, my hair grew back really quickly, but I have to say I did rock my hairstyle for a couple of years even though it was super short!

  • Comment by Eddie Miller — May 19, 2013 @ 8:31 am

    Great episode! I missed the Full House show because I wasn’t the right age when it was on, but it seems to have a big following to this day, and attracts new fans when it’s re-run. Jody was adorable on the podcast! Vanessa, you look a little like Christina Hendricks in this picture 🙂

  • Comment by Melanie — May 20, 2013 @ 6:20 am

    Until I was about 16, I insisted on splitting my lank, chin-length hair right down the middle. I looked like a moonfaced Hanson sister. My mom and older sister would always try to get me to part it on the side – nope, this is how JTT wears it!

  • Comment by kristin — May 20, 2013 @ 11:53 pm

    When I was 14, I wanted my hair short, so my mum cut it at the bathroom sink and it was fine – short without making me look too much like a boy (I’m not, for clarification). 2 days before high school started, she decided it was too long and cut it down to about 2 inches long, effectively making me look male for most of the 9th grade. It was 2 years before some people realized I was female.

  • Comment by Heather — May 21, 2013 @ 1:58 am

    PS everybody- check out which protein-packed, ghostly, follicularly abundant Canadian film is on YouTube!


    (hint: it’s The Peanut Butter Solution)

  • Comment by Jessica L. — May 21, 2013 @ 12:11 pm

    When I was a kid, I was a huge tomboy and spent all my time running around with the neihborhood kids (all boys) and usually coming home covered in dirt and whatever else we found that day. As a result, my mom gave me short hair cuts to keep it out of the way and out of the mess. She did such a good job with my “boy” cut that whenever I asked to use the restroom at an unfamiliar place, I was always led to the boys restroom. My sister always likes to tell others about the brother she used to have.

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