The’ Full House’ Cast Recreates the Show’s Opening Sequence From Their Homes



So, it looks like we have a winner of the TikTok’s “Full House Challenge.” The Full House cast itself virtually reunited to recreate the show’s opening sequence, joining the viral internet challenge. The cast shot the “Full Quarantine” video from their own homes as a reminder to viewers to stay home and help stop the spread of coronavirus.

The video features most of the original cast, including John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber, and the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin. With the original opening sequence song, “Everywhere You Look” by Jesse Frederick, playing, the cast members do a mix of relatable and in-character things in their homes. Bure plunges a toilet, and Franklin plays fetch with his dogs. In bed, Sweetin removes the blanket covering her face, looks at the camera, yawns, and promptly pulls the blanket back over her. Saget, who played Danny Tanner, pours Purell into his hands and spreads it on his face, and the handle of a Swiffer sweeper. Coulier catches a piece of pizza with his fishing rod and takes a bite of it.

At the end of the video, text at the top of the shot says, “Stay home and stay safe,” followed by the words “Unlike Full House This Will Go Away.” Before Bure posted “Full Quarantine” to Instagram, the #Fullhousechallenge was already popular on TikTok— videos with the hashtag have a combined total of 35.9 million views. Something tells us that’s about to get bigger!

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