It seems that everywhere you look nowadays, there is a new Full House reunion. The latest one took place this weekend, at creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday party. Even better, the evening culminated in several of the original cast members singing the show’s theme song.
While sadly we did not get an invite to this Full House reunion, several of the stars have posted photos and videos of the event online. It seems the entire Tanner clan was present, save for Joey (Dave Coulier) and Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen).
But the best part of this Full House reunion took place when the attending cast took the stage to sing “Everywhere You Look.” Well, more accurately they tried to sing along with the chorus while the theme’s original performer, Jesse Frederick, tackled the lesser-known lyrics.
Thankfully, Andrea Barber, who played annoying neighbor Kimmy Gibbler, posted video of the Full House reunion performance on Instagram. She captioned the clip, “Only for you, Jeff Franklin. Only for you. Happy Birthday. #everywhereyoulook #whatsmyline? #onlyknewthechorus #cantgetthisdamnsongouttamyhead.”
Watch the Full House cast sing the show’s theme song.
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Only for you, Jeff Franklin. Only for you. Happy Birthday. #everywhereyoulook #whatsmyline? #onlyknewthechorus #cantgetthisdamnsongouttamyhead @candacecbure @loriloughlin @bobsaget @johnstamos *Edited: Who has a better, full version of this?? I saw all those iPhones out there pointed at us!!
It wasn’t long before a full version of the theme song performance at the Full House reunion surfaced online. While this video is further away than Barber’s, you do get a full view of Candace Cameron-Bure (DJ Tanner) and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), whose faces are blocked in the Instagram clip.
Watch the longer version of the Full House cast’s performance of “Everywhere You Look.”
And for those you can’t get enough of this ‘90s nostalgia, you may be in luck. A Full House revival is reportedly in the early stages of development. The reunion show would and feature some (though not all) of the original cast members.