'Full House' Opening Perfectly Recreated by the San Francisco Giants - and There's Even a Cameo!
"Whatever happened to predictability..."
The San Francisco Giants paid homage to their city’s favorite fictional TV family with their own version of the Full House opening titles called Full Clubhouse (slick, guys!) – and they absolutely nailed it.
From the neighborhood shots and the opening chords to the original Full House theme and hilarious ‘90s-style actor intros, the City by the Bay’s baseball team got the vibe totally right -- even right down to the tweet!
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“Whatever happened to predictability, the #Duffman, the paperboy & evening TV,” the MLB club wrote on Friday.
But who got the coveted first slot, a.k.a. John Stamos? That would be second baseman Brandon Crawford!
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Whatever happened to predictability, the #Duffman, the paperboy & evening TV. It's here, #FullHousehttps://t.co/gAIG3TTdaE— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) August 14, 2015
Our favorites, though, have to be reliever Jeremy Affeldt with a framed pic of manager Bruce Bochy, and Bochy returning the favor.
But reliever Javier Lopez takes the cake.
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Now, let’s compare it to the original:
Original Full House star Dave Coulier, who will return to Netflix’s Fuller House revival as Joey Gladstone, even made a cameo.
Donning Giants gear, Coulier jokes, “We’ve already seen this! Woah! Cut it out!”
When Coulier isn't reuniting with his Full House gang for the Netflix series, he's still hanging out with them! Find out how he celebrated Stamos’ 52nd birthday below.