Don't we all need a little Uncle Jesse in our lives? Well, you got it dude! Full House, the iconic 90s TV sitcom that bring us all back to our childhood as late 80s and early 90s babies, is back with Jesse and The Rippers. It has been almost 20 years since John Stamos graced the stage with his entourage, and Jimmy Fallon was the first to reunite the fictional Full House band.
John Stamos, who played Jesse Katsopolis on "Full House," truly got into the spirit of what the 90s sitcom was all about. Sure his bedroom with pink bunnies, and that HUGE attic where Jesse and his wife Becky lived with their twins was sure a stretch. But hey, can't we all appreciate the songs we all used to sing with our families when the shot of the Painted Ladies and the Golden Gate Bridge came up?
Jesse and The Rippers, the fictional band on Full House, had the pleasure to playing a medley of tunes beginning with "Forever" by the Beach Boys, Elvis' "Little Sister," Chan Romero's "Hippy Hippy Shake" and of course, the "Full House Theme Song." And for those of you who are diehard Full Housers, notice the Smash Club sign above center mic (the nightclub Jesse Katsopolis once owned during the shows 8 seasons).
So whether you are a crazy Full House fanatic that still looks for the show on Nick-@-Nite, or is now reminicing on those childhood days of watching the beginning of the Olsen twins' career, this video is for you. Happy Saturday night and enjoy!