Without further ado, we give you 10 interesting claims that Alanis Morissette’s hit song “You Oughta Know” was written about him.Coulier and Morisette dated for a brief period in the early 1990s shortly before Morissette began working on her breakout album Publicly Morissette neither confirms nor denies the song was about Coulier, but according to Coulier after hearing the song, he called her up and they got together for a couple days to work things out and discuss how to deal with the media, concerning the song.
The commercial starred celebrities such as Mary Lou Retton, Mr.And maybe a little more if you're a huge fan of the '90s songstress. And, as every modern-day girl would want, the date is a '90s-themed. He and Morissette publicly dated in 1992, so people naturally assumed the song was about him. ” The actor that he has also asked his ex if the song was actually about him, to which she said it could be or it could be about someone else.(If my boyfriend is reading this, please make a note.) When D. is finally dressed for the date, snap bracelet and all, Steve informs her that he has Alanis Morissette bumping in the car (As an aside, you don't bump Alanis — you emotionally rock out to her.) At which point, D. drops the best line of the episode, and possibly the series. J.'s line was so humorous is because it was rumored that "You Oughta Know" is about Dave Coulier, i.e Uncle Joey. After being hounded by the press about the topic, Coulier told Buzzfeed that he just gave the people what they wanted. Although we may never if Coulier is the guy Morissette went down on in a theatre.Dave Coulier and “guest” are shown below at the Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget on 8/3/08. The format of the show resembles that of The Real World and Road Rules, in that the cameras not only record the castmates' participation in group activities assigned to them, but also their interpersonal relationships and conflicts.