'Full House' Reunion: Jesse and the Rippers Performed on 'Fallon,' and It Was Wonderful
It's been over 20 years since Jesse and the Rippers became a hit in Japan, but a band reunion on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon proved audiences everywhere really do wish the '90s were back.
Introduced by Fallon — and cheered on by a crowd so enthusiastic, you'd think they were handed free tickets to Wake Up, San Francisco! — John Stamos and his bandmates made famous by Full House got up on the stage to perform a medley of hits, including "Forever," "Little Sister," "Hippy Hippy Shake," and, of course, "Everywhere You Look" (also known as the Full House theme song).
Grab your scrunchies, take a listen, and hope for another reunion that could help us answer some of our remaining questions about the hit '90s series:
The performance's first highlight? Fallon's studio transforming into the Smash Club, the only musical venue in San Francisco that caters to the below-13 set.
The entire gang — including Jesse's well-coiffed mullet — is back!
And a loosened-up Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), rocking it out so hard, he forget he's too OCD to leave his tie in that condition.
Still, he's not rocking nearly as hard as Uncle Jesse.
And the dude playing air guitar behind Uncle Jesse.
Because every "Hippy Hippy Shake" needs a literal shake.
And a fist bump.
And whatever this is.
And he wouldn't be a child of the '90s if he didn't raise the roof to "Everywhere You Look."
Who doesn't do a Mariah Carey-esque gospel hand when Full House's theme song tells us there's a light waiting to carry us home?
But, of course, the spirited dancing fan was easily upstaged by the performance's greatest moment, when Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin) stopped by to be the envy of every '90s girl everywhere.
There's only one thing we can say to describe the performance: Oh, Uncle Jesse, have mercy!