'Full House' Opening Credits Recreated by San Francisco Giants
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The series original cast member Dave Coulier has given a stamp of approval to the parody as he appears in the video and says, 'Cut it out.'

AceShowbiz - No one ever seems to get enough of "Full House". While Netflix is prepping the spin-off "Fuller House", the San Francisco Giants delivers its own take on the hit 1980s-'90s sitcom by recreating the show's opening credits.

Footage of the team's players Brandon Crawford, Matt Duffy, Jeremy Affeldt, Hunter Pence, Javier Lopez and Joe Panik as well as manager Bruce Bochy is put together with the show's theme song "Everywhere You Look" in the parody. The series original star Dave Coulier even makes appearance in the video.

The Giants will be celebrating "Full Clubhouse", a tribute to "Full House", on September 30. The comedy series was set in San Francisco, but it was actually filmed in Los Angeles.

The original cast of "Full House" will be returning for the Netflix revival, which is slated to arrive in 2016. Ted Sarandos, head of content acquisition for Netflix, said in July that Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen "are teetering on whether or not they'll be around."

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