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In The ‘That’s My Jam’ Promo, John Stamos Is Sick Of The FULL HOUSE Theme Music

John Stamos Is Sick Of The FULL HOUSE Theme Music

The “Full House” theme song is so iconic that it seems like everyone knows it, and John Stamos was no exception. See what he has to say about it.

It’s feasible that John Stamos is getting sick of listening to the “Full House” theme song everywhere he goes.

John Stamos Is Sick Of The FULL HOUSE Theme Music

The guests for Stamos’ appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s “That’s My Jam” game show was introduced with the ’90s sitcom theme song “Everywhere You Look” played from a boombox during the show’s promo on March 28.

The video shows Quinta Brunson clutching a jar of jam, Craig Robinson roaring with laughter, Jimmy Fallon tinkering with an aged tape, and Taraji P. Henson delivering a performance on stage, all presented in the format of the “Full House” opening sequence.

John Stamos, apparently annoyed with the song selection, goes over to the beatbox towards the conclusion of the video and turns off the music while giving the camera a foul look. Yet, he leaves and then returns quickly to flash a wink and point at the camera.

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The Twitter account for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” shared a promotional video and included a caption that reads, “It never gets old, right @Johnstamos?” along with a crying laughing emoji.

Yet, it’s not just Jimmy Fallon who’s teasing Stamos over the tune. On March 26, Josh Peck shared a video of himself and the actor driving through San Francisco, California, where the show is set.

His Upcoming Memoir

Stamos is releasing a book this next fall, and it will reportedly cover topics including his career, his personal life, and the loss of his “Full House” co-star and closest friend, Bob Saget. Saget passed away in January, at the age of 65.

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Stamos wrote on Instagram about his memoir, “If You Would Have Told Me,” saying that he believes everyone has a book inside them. Initially, he didn’t think he had enough experiences to fill a book, but after losing a close friend, becoming a father, and reflecting on the various ups and downs of his life, he realized that his story might resonate with others. He promises that the book will be a mix of laughter, tears, and light-hearted moments, just like life itself.

He said that the book comes out on October 24th.

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