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Comedic TV dads Bob Saget and Bill Cosby coming to Boston

Posted by Nicole Cammorata  January 10, 2011 02:18 PM

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Talk about dad humor. Funny guys Bob Saget — who will forever be Danny Tanner, father of Michelle, Stephanie, and D.J. circa "Full House" in our mind — and Bill Cosby are soon to grace Boston's stages.

Saget brings his raunchy humor to the Wilbur Theatre for two shows on Jan. 15 — one at 7 p.m. and one at 9:45 p.m. (And trust us, it is raunchy. We caught a performance by Saget years ago in Saratoga Springs that was definitely rated R.) These days, you can hear Saget narrating "How I Met Your Mother" or catch him on A&E's "Strange Days with Bob Saget."

On Feb. 19, Bill Cosby of "The Cosby Show" and JELL-O commercial fame will perform at Boston Symphony Hall with shows at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. We're crossing our fingers for a Cosby sweater sighting.

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