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The Danny Tanner Parenting Moments From Full House We’ll Always Remember

In honor of the late Bob Saget, we’re looking back at our favorites. Though can we even really narrow it down to just 10?

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When it comes to TV dads, no one can surpass Danny Tanner for patience, compassion, or bedside heart-to-hearts. In honor of the passing of actor Bob Saget, here are our favorite Danny Tanner parenting moments.

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#1. When He Gave Us The Perfect Advice

Specifically in the last season, when he reminded Stephanie’s friend’s mom, “Just remember when children seem the least lovable, it means they need love the most.”

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#2. As A Dad-Coach To Jesse & Joey

Danny had help via his brother-in-law and best friend, but that meant teaching the two what parenthood is all about throughout the series.

#4. Danny Tanner: Dog Dad

In addition to raising three girls, Danny was also raised fur-baby, Comet starting in Season 3.
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#5. When DJ Was Struggling With Body Image

As he said to D: “On the inside, who a person is is far more important than how they appear on the outside.”

#6. When He Explained Dating After Loss

The girls were skeptical of their dad dating, but Danny compassionately explained that no one could ever replace their mom in Season 1.

#7. Any Time He Leaned Into His Inner Neat-Freak... Which Was A Lot

(Because who doesn’t love a doting dad who loves to clean the house?)
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#8. When He Showed His Unconditional Love

We all remember when he said, “No matter what you do wrong and how angry I get, I will always forgive you because I love you.”

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#9. When He Helped The Girls Through Big Life Changes

Like when Michelle’s baby book was completed and she was scared of not being the baby anymore. (It’s a tough time!)

#10. When He Was The OG “How Do You Do, Fellow Kids” Meme

Danny wasn’t cool, but it was funny when he tried to prove to his girls that he was in “Ol’ Brown Eyes.”
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Even if he wasn't cool, he was still the best...

“Am I the raddest, baddest dad a kid ever had?” — Danny Tanner