Here are 10 of the best Danny Tanner quotes and dad jokes from ‘Full House.

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Many of us grew-up watching Bob Saget’s TV shows. While he had a long and successful career as a comedian he was most well-known as Danny Tanner, the sitcom father on the show. Full HouseIts spinoff Fuller House. Bob died January 9, 2022 at 65 years old. His fans are now looking back on the legacy that he left. Here are 10 of his greatest quotes. Full HouseThat shows he was one our favorite dads growing up.

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“Clean is good, dirt is bad.”

Danny Tanner

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This list was a strong starting point and we had to begin with the Tanner family motto. Danny was a firm believer in cleanliness and wanted to instill the same values in his daughters. Even though it didn’t always look that way, they were listening.

“How a person looks on the outside isn’t nearly as important as who they are on the inside.”

The “Shape Up”Episode of Full HouseIn this video, DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), struggles with her body image. She isn’t ready to wear a swimsuit at a pool party. She decides to crash diet to quickly lose weight. When Danny discovers, he tells DJ how important it is for him to be a good person.

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“Am I the Raddest, Baddest Dad a Kid Ever Had?”

Danny Tanner

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Danny is a master of wordplay and effortlessly rhymes “raddest”With “baddest”DJ asked him this question. Her response is the best thing. “You were until you said that.”

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“Talking about it, that’s what helps me. Talking about the memories. That’s what keeps her in your heart.”

Stephanie and Danny Tanner

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Fans Full HousePamela Tanner, Danny’s spouse, passed away before the show started. However, she was also Stephanie (Jodie sweetin) and Michelle (Mary-Kate Olsen) mom. Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), her sister and good friends with Joey Gladstone, Dave Coulier, mourns her passing throughout the show. These simple but uplifting words kept everyone going, even those who were feeling down.

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“Please make new friends.”

Kimmy Gibbler

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We don’t always have the best friends. Sometimes our parents can’t stand our choices. It’s the same with Danny and Kimmy (Andrea Barber), DJs best friend. Although they have been close for years and Kimmy has always been her biggest fan, Danny is not their greatest fan.

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“No wonder she digs me. I’m happening.”

Danny Tanner and Joey Gladstone

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We know Danny is the coolest dad, so it’s no surprise that he would be able to find his love again. It may not be the right way to go since his daughters aren’t in agreement. However, he does get engaged and it seems like something is working.

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“Don’t be silly. I’m just cleaning my rubber gloves.”

Michelle and Danny Tanner

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Remember the family motto? Danny is the king clean because very few people would dedicate enough time to clean their cleaning supplies. He has been able to maintain a clean house while raising his three daughters.

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“See, Michelle? Joey’s a boy and he can do ballet. And you and Aunt Becky are girls and you can build cars. As long as you’re not hurting anybody, you can do anything you want to do.”

Michelle Tanner

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Danny has been working to abolish gender roles for years. He’s teaching his daughters the right lessons from a young age. The episode “Michelle a la Cart,”Michelle and Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin), build a go-kart together. But she becomes discouraged when she discovers that Jesse, Danny, and Becky are making fun at Becky. Although Danny made fun of Becky in the beginning, he redeems himself.

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“This is Danny Tanner, reminding *you* that disco will never die!”

Although his daughters may not like it, Danny is an extremely cool dad. Sometimes it may not seem like this all the time. We do see his true genius every once in a while.

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“Well, just remember when children seem the least lovable, it means they need love the most.”

Danny and Stephanie Tanner

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Danny is father of the Year every year, and that’s not all. He is compassionate and understanding with his children and those around him. Danny unfortunately can’t have his daughters with Pamela. However, Joey and Jesse support him and they all learn along the way.