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The ‘Full House’ cast made a parody video of the show’s iconic intro called ‘Full Quarantine’

Cast members filmed themselves from their own homes to create ‘Full Quarantine’ video

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John Stamos confirmed Monday night that Full House is coming back.

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The cast of “Full House” reunited on Wednesday to update the classic television series for the coronavirus era, according to USA Today.

Several members of the show’s original cast created a video called “Full Quarantine,” which the cast members shared on social media on Wednesday, USA Today reported.

The video features Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, as well as the show’s creator, Jeff Franklin — each filming from their own homes, according to CNN.

Saget shared the video on Facebook with the caption, “Unlike #FullHouse this will all go away.” He also encouraged fans to “Stay Safe and Stay Home.”

“Full Quarantine” updates the opening credits of sitcom to depict each of the characters dealing with quarantine in their own ways, according to People.

Saget as Danny Tanner wipes himself down with Purell as Sweetin’s Stephanie Tanner takes a nap, according to People. Barber as Kimmy Gibler opens the fridge to discover there are no eggs, and Franklin attempts to play catch with his two dogs, who are both wearing face masks.

Missing from the video are Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played the role of Michelle Tanner in the series, as well as Lori Loughlin, who played Aunt Becky, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Loughlin has kept a low profile since facing charges for her part in the college admissions scandal, according to Entertainment Weekly. Loughlin has been charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.