The Full House Cast Reunites to Recreate Their Iconic Sitcom as a Quarantine Parody

It feels like celebs all over the world are coming together for various projects that will bring some joy into the lives of fans during the coronavirus pandemic. From at-home concerts to virtual table reads and more, our favorite stars are doing their bit to bring some light into our lives, and the cast of Full House has officially joined the list with a quarantine-inspired recreation of their classic TGIF sitcom.

Anyone who has ever watched an episode of Full House remembers the iconic title sequence that showcased the lovable Tanner family (and friends). In the recreation, posted on John Stamos's Instagram page on April 8, stars Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber reunite for a parody called Full Quarantine. The cast, including original series creator Jeff Franklin, show off their cleansing skills as they wash their hands, use Purell to clean a Swiffer floor mop, and fish a pizza out of the water. (Actually, we don't recommend that last bit.) It's not glamorous, but it's pretty hilarious to watch the stars do the work. Though honestly, Sweetin's refusal to even leave her bed is a complete mood and we would not mind doing the same.

Watch the cast's brilliant recreation of their title sequence above, and remember, stay safe and stay home.