'Full House' stars sing to Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night' (Video)
"Full House" stars John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier stopped by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" to help Fallon out with some "Tonight Show" jitters. Video of their appearance can be seen below.
The three men appeared on the talk show in a skit on Wednesday, Jan. 29, pretending to be their characters from the late 1980s to mid 1990s sitcom. Stamos and Coulier even dressed up as Uncle Jesse and Uncle Joey too.
The "Late Night" set was made up to look like an almost exact replica of Michelle Tanner's bedroom and Coulier brought along Uncle Joey's Mr. Woodchuck puppet. There was also a little nod to Danny Tanner's "Wake Up San Francisco" talk show.
It all began with Fallon in a pencil bed screaming out for his dad and then Bob Saget entered the room. Fallon admitted he's scared about leaving "Late Night" for "The Tonight Show" and it all kicked off from there.
Toward the end of the skit, the three men perform an A capella cover of Elvis Presley's "(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear," which they once performed on "Full House" to comfort Michelle Tanner.
Earlier in the day, the guys appeared on "Good Morning America" to promote their new Dannon Oikos Greek yogurt commercial, which will air during the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2. During their appearance on the morning show, Stamos stripped down a little to show off his Dannon yogurt boxers.
Check out their "Late Night Skit" and Oikos Greek yogurt commercial below.