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NEW YORK (AP) - Bob Saget has a book coming out, and, yes, it may get dirty.
The actor and standup comedian has a deal with It Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. It Books announced Tuesday that the book, Saget's first, is currently untitled and is planned for early 2014.
Saget, 56, has had a double life in the entertainment business. Family viewers know him for his role on "Full House" and as host of "America's Funniest Home Videos." The more daring like him for his stage act, where words not meant for prime time are used. According to It Books, his book will offer the "full monty" of filth and craziness and stories of such comedians as Richard Pryor and Don Rickles.
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