"There was a lot of familiar stuff because she was writing a lot of material when we were dating, so there were some familiarities all throughout Jagged Little Pill," Coulier explained about "You Oughta Know" and its lyrics."The one that got me was, "I hate to bug you in the middle of dinner." That was because we had already broken up and she had called—she was living in Canada at the time—she called, and I said, ' Hey, I'm right in the middle of dinner, can I just call you right back?The show was on a 7-second delay so they could bleep out the word "f--k."I saw this performance.It was a very heart-felt, emotional performance, very very very very well done!No pop singer had ever laid bare the anger and pain of a relationship gone bad quite so explicitly."You Oughta Know" clearly touched a nerve and led audiences into the complex, intricate songcraft of the phenomenally successful [b] Jagged Little Pill [b] album."Morissette performed a slow version of this at the 1996 Grammys.And she said, ' You can say whatever you want.'" PHOTOS: '90s TV stars, then and now So here's what the comedian-actor has to say about it."I've always taken the high road and said, "You know, the guy in that song is an idiot.
So once it came out, many believed that the funny and adorable actor that we knew as Uncle Joey was the man behind the song.
PHOTOS: Alanis' red carpet style Coulier addressed the legend in a new interview with Buzzfeed, where he hedged earlier statements that implied the scathing lyrics were, in fact, about him. "You know, it’s just funny to be the supposed subject of that song.
First of all, the guy in that song is a real a-hole, so I don’t want to be that guy.
As if a song called "You Oughta Know" about a failed love affair would have been made a state song!
May 2010 - Present Alanis Morissette married rapper 'Souleye' on May 22nd, 2010. The wedding was described as an intimate ceremony, with only family in attendance.
Speaking with Huff Post Live, Coulier, 53, said he called his ex when speculation first arose about the fiery song's real-life source.