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April 13, 2020

'Full House' Recreates Series Intro Showing Cast Member's Activities during Quarantine

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The cast of "Fuller House" teamed up to recreate their show's opening credits which is now titled, "Full Quarantine."  The new intro with a COVID-19 twist is still made in "Full House" fashion.

With many confined to their homes due to quarantine restrictions, the cast of “Full House” decided to develop a new intro for their show in keeping with the times.

Candace Cameron Bure who portrays DJ in the sitcom shared the clip of the updated opening credits. It features what each of the main cast members has been doing during the quarantine.

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The montage with the revised title, “Full Quarantine” uses the same opening song, “Everywhere You Look” and opens with John Stamos squeezing something out of a tube then smiling for the camera. Bob Saget appears next, sanitizing his mop.

Visibly missing from the new opening credits is controversial star Lori Loughlin who was implicated in a college admissions scam last year.

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Everyone smiles for the camera in true “Fulll House” fashion at the end of their clip. This includes Dave Coulier who’s featured fishing on a dock then discovers a pizza slice at the end of his line.

Meanwhile, Candace is shown plunging her toilet while Jodie Sweetin is in bed trying to get some sleep. Andrea Barber checks out her fridge only to discover an empty tray of eggs.

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Finally, show creator, Jeff Franklin tosses a ball to his dogs which are adorably protected with surgical masks. The montage ended with an old clip of the cast of the show sharing a meal and the message, “Stay safe and stay home. Unlike “Full House” this will go away.” Candace used the same message for her post’s caption then credited her “girls” for editing the clip.

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Visibly missing from the new opening credits is controversial star Lori Loughlin who was implicated in a college admissions scam last year. Likewise, twins, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen were not included too.

The twins were also not part of the reboot, “Fuller House” which began airing in 2016, more than two decades after the original show’s final episode in 1995. Lori joined the cast of the new series until the scandal forced her out of the show.

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"Fuller House" airs on Netflix as the network's original series. It's currently in its fifth and final season. The second half of the fifth season has yet to air this year. 

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