It’s not very often that the casts from past shows reunite. And it’s even less often that they do something flipping cool when they do eventually come together. Luckily, this weekend, a good chunk of the cast from the sitcom Full House met up for creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday extravaganza, and they ended up getting onstage and signing the theme song, “Everywhere you Look,” for the hit series. Good times. You can and should check it out, below.


The theme song is an important jingle, as the millions of viewers who tuned in to Full House during its eight season run on the network should still easily recognize the song. Additionally, it’s a fun little addition to the big party, as the opening theme song was originally written by Jesse Frederick, along with Bennet Salvay and Jeff Franklin—you know, the dude whose birthday was being celebrated? We can’t say much about the gang’s karaoke skills, but it sure looks like they are having fun.

Andrea Barber, who played annoying pal Kimmy Gibbler on the series, posted the above video, but she wasn’t the only former cast member to get in on the action. John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse, Bob Saget, who played Danny Tanner, Candace Cameron Bure, who played sister D.J. and Lori Loughlin, who played Jesse’s wife Rebecca, were all in attendance and many of them popped up onstage for the big singing extravaganza. But just in case you need further proof, it seems most of the actors are all over Instagram, and Saget also posted this incredibly adorable photo of himself and his “brutha” John Stamos.

Was apparently at a great birthday party last night for Jeff Franklin with my brutha @JohnStamos.

A photo posted by Bob (@bobsaget) on


Full House ended all the way back in 1995. In the time since, Stamos has gone on to appear in programs like ER and Galavant. Saget’s done stand-up and appeared in plenty of other TV projects, including voicing the narrator on How I Met Your Mother for 10 seasons. Candace Cameron Bure competed on Dancing with the Stars. It’s clear that the cast has moved on from Full House, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be a little nostalgic every once and awhile.

In fact, a few members of the cast have been busy trying to push a possible Full House return over the last year or so, with Franklin scripting a new version of the series which would include many of the original cast members. When last we checked in with the potential revival of the series, no network had yet picked it up. However, since the the cast is still clearly gelling and reruns are still crushing on Nick at Nite, now is certainly not the time to say never. While we wait for the powers to be to decide that more Full House is a good idea, give that “Everywhere you Look” video one more watch.

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