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Full House Stars Reunite For Super Bowl Yogurt Commercial

Submitted by on January 23, 2014 – 9:44 am2 Comments
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Fans of the 90′s, rejoice. Everyone’s favorite ragtag group of surrogate parents is reuniting for a commercial in this year’s Super Bowl. In a teaser posted to YouTube this week, Dannon Oikos spokesperson John Stamos appeared with his Full House co-stars Dave Coulier and Bob Saget.

The commercial seems to joke about the trio still living together 19 years after the TV series went of the air.

“Don’t you think it’s time we all get our own places,” Saget asks, before they all simultaneously answer, “Nah.”

Full House starred Saget as Danny Tanner, a widowed father of three girls. He raised them with the help of his friend Joey (Coulier) and brother-in-law Jesse (Stamos).

Since the show’s end, the three actors have had very different paths. Saget veered away from his family-friendly fame, developing a more obscene stand-up routine and persona, though he has also voiced the Narrator on every season of How I Met Your Mother. Coulier returned to stand-up and voice acting, and has appeared on reality TV. Stamos has continued to appear on television, including starring or guest roles on ER, Glee, and Necessary Roughness. He is also a regular spokesperson for Dannon’s Oikos Greek yogurt brand.

It’s unclear if the actors are playing themselves or their characters, but Coulier’s bright red onesie suggests he is still portraying the goofy man-child Joey.

Also unclear is if the actors will be joined by any of the women of Full House, like the Olsen twins or Lori Loughlin.

An extended spot will appear during the Super Bowl on Feb. 2.

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