He didn’t know the mess he made when he went away.
It wasn’t till Dave Coulier listened to the entirety of ex-Alanis Morissette’s album “Jagged Little Capsule” in 1995 that he realized he could have “actually harm” the singer.
On Tuesday’s episode of SiriusXM Faction Discuss, the “Full Home” star says he was driving in Detroit when he first heard Morissette’s vengeful heartbreak traditional “You Oughta Know” — which has lengthy been rumored to be about him — on the radio.
The comic, now 62, was actually having fun with the music earlier than he acknowledged the singer’s well-known voice and thought to himself, “Ooh, oh no! Oh, I can’t be this man!”
After listening to only that one music, Coulier shortly discovered a report retailer to buy the album. He went to his automobile, parked on a random road, and listened to the album start-to-finish.
“There was a number of acquainted stuff in there that she and I had talked about,” Coulier mentioned. “Like [in ‘Right Through you’] ‘your shake is sort of a fish.’ I’d go, ‘Hey, useless fish me,’ and we’d do that useless fish handshake. And so I began listening to it and I assumed, ‘Ooh, I believe I’ll have actually harm this lady.’ And that was my first thought.”
Morissette and Coulier began relationship in 1992 when the singer was 18 and the funnyman was 33. The pair broke up after two years and the “Ironic” singer launched the Grammy-winning album only a yr later.
However Coulier isn’t the one man who thinks the notorious music is about him, and Morissette plans to maintain it that approach.
No revealing,” Morissette, 48, told Andy Cohen in 2019. “However I’m intrigued on the thought — or on the reality — that multiple particular person has taken credit score for it. I’m considering, I don’t know if you wish to take credit score for being the particular person I wrote ‘You Oughta Know’ about.”
She continued, “I simply suppose: In case you’re going to take credit score for a music the place I’m singing about somebody being a douche or a–gap, you may not need to say, ‘Hey! That’s me!’”
Whereas the 2 didn’t see eye to eye on many issues, they actually agree on that. In 2014, Coulier told Buzzfeed that “the man in that music is an actual a–gap, so I don’t need to be that man.”
Since their breakup, the pair have made amends with Coulier referring to the singer as “humorous, candy, tremendous clever and tremendous proficient.”