BOB Saget says some of his comic friends went too far by hurling crude jokes and sexual references at Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen during his "roast" Sunday night.
"Anybody who talks about my TV kids - that upsets me the most," Saget told The Post. "I am very protective. I love them very, very much."The roast of Saget, who starred on ABC's "Full House" with the Olsen twins for eight years, will air Aug. 17 on Comedy Central.
John Stamos, Saget's former "Full House" co-star, emceed - and took the first swipe at the 22-year-old moguls.
"The whole time Bob and I were doing 'Full House,' he was also hosting 'America's Funniest Home Videos' " he said. "His entire job consisted of saying 'Take a look at this' which is what he used to say to Mary Kate in her dressing room."
Afterward, Stamos said he has no idea how the Olsen sisters will react.
"I truthfully don't know where their sense of humor lies these days," he said. "I thought some of [the roast] was a little over the top.
"They're still my friends," he said of Mary-Kate and Ashley. " I think [the comics] crossed the line a few times."
Not that Gilbert Gottfried - who suggested in his routine that Saget seduced his TV kids with chocolate milkshakes - seemed to care.
"If you are an Olsen girl, you deserve it," he said.
"They're going to just have to go home and cry in their billions of dollars."
GOOD EVENING. :)