When some people leave their job they might swipe a stapler or even a mug. But when an actor's show ends they could end up snagging a priceless couch.

That's what one Full House star did when Netflix's Fuller House recently finished production, bringing home the iconic Tanner family couch without any of his co-stars knowing. How rude!

But that's far from the first iconic prop used on a TV show to end up going home with one of the stars or creators, as memorable pieces from hit series like How I Met Your Mother, Friends, The Office, The O.C. and Schitt's Creek have managed to avoid going into the archives or trash bin over the years.

Some are sentimental, while others are pretty comical, but they all are pretty epic...even if some people didn't exactly get permission to bring home the coveted swag. As the saying goes: finders keepers, losers go home with no cool stuff.

So which iconic TV props are now living with stars like Lea MicheleSarah Jessica Parkerand Dan Levy? And who ended up with items like Buffy's scythe and Lost's hatch door? Find out...

John Stamos, Billy

Instagram

Friends

Friends

The Office, Pam's Teapot

NBC Universal Television

Lost Moments We'll Never Forget

ABC

Lea Michele, Twitter, Glee

Twitter

Schitt's Creek

Pop TV

Buffy The Vampire Slayer, scythe

The WB Television Network

How I Met Your Mother

CBS © 2014 Fox Television

The O.C., Captain Oats and Princess Sparkle

Warner Brothers

Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston

Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

Sex and the City fashion trends

HBO

The Vampire Diaries

The CW

ONE TREE HILL, Sophia Bush

Fred Norris/The CW

Friday Night Lights

Paul Drinkwater/NBC

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