'Full House' cast create new opening sequence called 'Full Quarantine', fans say it's making lockdown bearable

The new title credit features the stars portraying their daily life amid quarantine


                            'Full House' cast create new opening sequence called 'Full Quarantine', fans say it's making lockdown bearable
Bob Saget, Lori Laughlin, John Stamos, Candice Bure and Jeff Franklin (Getty Images)
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The lockdown around the world continues and in the wake of coronavirus quarantine, people at home are coming up with new ideas every day to keep the monotony and predictability at bay. But when your favorite celebrities or the cast of your favorite show do something to fit into the current situation, it makes it all the more fun and interesting. Just like the cast of ‘Full House’.

The hit comedy series that achieved a cult following in the late '80s and '90s still remains a favorite among viewers. This time the original show's cast came together to boost the spirits of their fans and followers during quarantine.

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The members of the original cast of 'Full House' recreated their opening sequence to make it more ‘quarantine friendly’. The new title credit features the stars portraying their daily life amid quarantine.

Actor, comedian, and director, Bob Saget posted the video on his Facebook account recently, as reported, which shows an all-new title credit titled, ‘Full Quarantine’.

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It features him, fellow cast members John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Andrea Barber and creator Jeff Franklin reunited (albeit virtually) to take on the #FullHouseChallenge, in which friends edit together their version of the opening credits. We see the old cast members tackling everything from sanitizing to cleaning, running out of eggs, and doing innovative stuff, while at home.

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They turned the original song into a parody using currently relevant lyrics and telling the audience what’s right and how they can keep their house full by staying home.

Saget captioned the post saying, "Full Quarantine" - Stay Safe and Stay Home. —Unlike #FullHouse this will all go away. #fullhousechallenge #wewin."

Fans on Twitter and Facebook have gone gaga about how much they love this initiative from their favorite show cast. One fan on Twitter says, “Not gonna lie..... This put a HUGE smile on my face!! #FullHouse cast "reunite" in quarantine video:  #FullHouseChallenge."

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“This is amazing!  It made me smile! Dealing with distressed clients all day this was the uplift made me smile! Thank you! #FullHouse #FullHouseChallenge” adds another.

Facebook fans seem to be having a blast requesting for more variations on the video. One said: “Love this ❤️ Love the original and the reboot ❤️ Stay safe full house cast !!! And thank you for making me smile ❤️🤗." Some people said they felt nostalgic watching their favorite childhood show comeback in a tough time like this.

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“So I just shared this with my 2 step daughters in quarantine. They love the show now as much as I did growing up. Would love a shoutout to Blaire and Nat!!! Thanks for making staying separate bearable!!” said a mom.

This initiative, a part of the #FullHouseChallenge, has been popular on social media for a while. The show "Full House" ran on ABC from 1987 to 1995 followed by a sequel series titled "Fuller House" which was launched on Netflix in 2016. 

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