On last night’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, the outgoing host turned to the men of Full House when he needed to be cheered up.
Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier created a Full House reunion in a 90s-style sketch during Wednesday’s Late Night where we saw Fallon in bed and worried about leaving his talk show behind.
Danny Tanner, Uncle Joey, and Uncle Jesse came into Fallon’s bedroom (which looks like it’s for a child) to sing him a song, bring back a classic puppet, make a Jesse and the Rippers reference, and talk to him about the wonders of moving to The Tonight Show. Saget assumes the role of the father figure and treats Fallon like he would one of his Full House daughters.
Watch the great skit below:
Saget, Stamos, and Coulier are on a promotional tour as they spread the word about their upcoming Super Bowl commercial for Dannon Oikos Greek Yogurt. In addition to appearing on Late Night, the trio also stopped by ABC’s Good Morning America on Wednesday.
You can watch their Super Bowl commercial in our article rounding up all of the promos released so far. Like in Full House, the commercial shows the trouble with living with a couple of male friends.
Jimmy Fallon will begin his run as host of The Tonight Show beginning Monday, February 17, 2014. Saturday Night Live’s Seth Meyers will move into the Late Night slot vacated by Fallon one week later on Monday, February 24.
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