The Full House cast's coronavirus-themed opening-credits spoof is so on point it's scary
Leave it to Full House to make us feel a little bit better while in a stressful situation. Six members of the original Full House cast came together (while social distancing, of course) to spoof the show’s iconic opening credits. Rather than Full House, this parody is called Full Quarantine, and it features the cast’s new coronavirus-era daily routine.
John Stamos’s Uncle Jesse runs out of face cream. Bob Saget’s Danny Tanner slathers himself and his mop in hand sanitizer. Dave Coulier’s Joey catches a piece of pizza while fishing. Candace Cameron Bure’s DJ unclogs a toilet. Jodie Sweetin’s Stephanie sleeps through the whole thing. And Andrea Barber’s Kimmy Gibbler raids the Tanner family fridge—only to realize that they’re out of eggs. Full House‘s creator Jeff Franklin even joined in. He plays fetch with his masked dogs.
Oh, how mundane and relatable it all is.
Each of the cast members shared the video to their social media feeds with the hilarious caption, “Unlike #FullHouse, this will all go away.”
As noted in Bure’s post, the video was edited by her daughter, Natasha Bure, and friend Sheila Mohebpour. So this whole thing is an extended family affair.
Of course, some original cast members are missing from the clip: the Olsen twins, who both played Michelle Tanner, and Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are always notably missing from Full House-related reunions, though, and Loughlin…well, she has a lot on her plate right now.
Mission accomplished, team. Full Quarantine succeeded in putting a smile on our faces during the nth day of quarantine.
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