‘Full House’ cast recreates show intro with a quarantine twist

The “Full House” cast reunited virtually to send an important message to fans: “Stay home.”

On April 8, John Stamos posted the cast’s video, which was made to look just like the show’s original intro sequence.

Stamos and original cast members Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber all made clips of themselves hanging out at home during quarantine for the sweet video. Even show creator Jeffrey Franklin made a cameo!

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Stay Home/Stay Safe/Stamos Unlike FullHouse, this will all go away! #Fullhousechallange #WeWin

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At the end of the video, which already has more than 1.6 million likes on TikTok, a message appears on the screen: “Stay safe and stay home. Unlike ‘Full House,’ this will all go away.”

“Full House” fans are naturally obsessed with the casts’ PSA.

“I’m so happy this exists,” one person commented. “This deserves an Oscar,” another joked. “I’m living for this,” a third user said.

The #FullHouseChallenge has become popular on TikTok ever since people started to practice social distancing. Similar to Stamos’ video, it involves users creating a silly version of the series’ iconic opening soundtrack “Everywhere You Look.”

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