John Stamos stepped back into his iconic role as Uncle Jesse to reveal how he and the cast of “Full House” are handling life in self-isolation.
The stars of the ‘90s series reunited to film a hilarious parody of the show’s opening credits that reflect what their characters are doing while housebound during the coronavirus pandemic.
Titled “Full Quarantine," the clip begins with the show’s original opening credits which feature a red convertible driving over the Golden Gate Bridge as the theme song "Everywhere You Look" plays in the background.
Stamos (Uncle Jesse) appears struggling to get hand soap out of a dispenser, while Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) pours out hand sanitizer to use a mop. David Coulier (Uncle Joey) is seen fishing a slice of pizza out of the water as Candace Cameron (D.J. Tanner) tries to unclog a toilet. Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) refuses to get out of bed as Andrea Barber (Kimmie Gibbler) opens the fridge to find an empty carton of eggs.
The clip ends with the message: "Stay safe and stay home. Unlike Full House, this will all go away."
Noticeably absent were Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle Tanner), who also didn’t partake in the show’s Netflix spin-off "Fuller House."
Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky) was also not included as she continues to be embroiled in the college admissions cheating scandal.
Not surprisingly, the humorous parody was a big hit with viewers of the series.
“This is the best thing I have seen today,” wrote one enthusiast fan.
“I’m crying,” added another.
“This is legendary,” commented a third.
The video comes a few weeks after Saget joked that the pandemic had turned him into a neat-freak just like his beloved character on the series.
“Oh. My. God. I spend my day cleaning and vacuuming and sanitizing everything in the house. I have become Danny Tanner,” Saget tweeted.
Premiering in 1987, “Full House” aired for eight seasons before signing off in 1995.
In 2016, Netflix launched a reboot of the series entitled “Fuller House.”
In December, the first half of the show’s fifth and final season was released. The second half of the season is set to begin streaming sometime in 2020.