The Cast of ‘Full House’ Recreate Intro As Coronavirus Quarantine Parody

The Cast of ‘Full House‘ Recreate Intro As Coronavirus Quarantine Parody. Full House cast members John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber, and show creator Jeff Franklin came together virtually to “recreate” the Full House intro credit scene, only this time with scenes inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine.

The video was shared originally on popular video app, TikTok, and also shared by Candace Cameron Bure via her Instagram account. Bure shared, “[Full Quarantine] Stay Home. Stay Safe. Unlike [Full House], this will go away… -editing [credit] to my girls [Natasha Bure] & [Sheila Mohebpour]”

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#FullQuarantine 🏡 Stay Home. Stay Safe. Unlike #FullHouse, this will go away. #fullhousechallenge #tiktok #wewin – editing cred to my girls @natashabure & @sheilamohebpour

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The video was sparked by a popular TikTok trend being called the “Full House Challenge” and the cast caught wind of the trend thanks to Candace’s daughter and decided to join in on the fun!

Full House originally premiered on ABC and ran from 1987-1995 and sparked a spin-off series called Fuller House on Netflix that focused on DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy as they navigate adulthood and parenthood similarly to Danny, Joey, and Jessie in the original series.

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Source: EW

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