John Stamos says the first day of shooting season two of Scream Queens left him feeling slightly objectified. The 52-year-old actor and his castmates stepped into the ET suite at Comic-Con on Friday to spill a few details on the upcoming season.
Being that Stamos and Taylor Lautner are the newest "eye candy" to join the Fox horror comedy, Stamos couldn't help but crack a few jokes about the experience.
"Our first shot yesterday we came out of the elevator, they start on our shoes and they pan up," he told ET’s Leanne Aguilera. "Then [executive producer] Brad [Falchuk] goes 'John, could you grab yourself?' I’m grabbing myself. I felt like a piece of meat day one!"
Stamos plays Dr. Brock Holt, whom he notes was "poached from the Mayo Clinic" by Jamie Lee Curtis' character, Dean Cath Munsch."She saw my Playgirl '10 hottest doctors' and brought me over," said Stamos with a laugh.
As for Holt's backstory, Stamos described him as "a brilliant surgeon," with a replacement limb. "I lost my hand in bizarre Super Bowl party accident so he has a hand from someone else," he explained.
After a successful debut season, Scream Queens is switching up the gory setting from a college campus to a hospital. That said, fans can expect to see the return of Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, KeKe Palmer and more in season two, which premiers on Sept. 20.
Watch the video below to find out if Stamos or Lautner will be Roberts' new love interest.