Just when we thought Fuller House would finally fade into the Netflix abyss until its second-season debut, Carly Rae Jepsen and Danny Tanner himself, Bob Saget, go and surprise us with a live rendition of the Fuller House theme. Have mercy on our emotions, guys. We can't possibly handle this much nostalgia in one month.
Jepsen teamed up with writer-producer Butch Walker and creator Jeff Franklin for this pop-tastic update of Jesse Frederick’s "Everywhere You Look," which served as Full House's theme song for the entirety of its eight-season run. At the singer's Milwaukee concert on March 11, she was joined on stage by actor and Tanner family patriarch, Bob Saget, for a surprise rendition of the beloved theme.
As Saget noted on Twitter, he was in Wisconsin for his own comedy show as Jepsen's tour happened to pass through, so think of this as a wonderfully serendipitous moment in time.
Last month, Saget and the cast of Fuller House sang the entire Full House theme on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, so we have to wonder if the comedian and his co-stars are now contractually obligated to perform the catchy theme song when asked. Or maybe there's a verbal prompt à la Kimmy Gibbler's hypnotism party trick. Either way, it's pretty adorable.
"Full House is essentially my childhood. It was my favorite TV show growing up," Jepsen recently told Rolling Stone of re-recording the show's iconic theme. "So I was offered this and wondering if it could fit into my schedule; I had a lot going on at the time. I remember my team thinking, 'I don't think you're going to have time to do this.' It was casually mentioned in one of those phone calls, and I said, 'What? We have to make time for this! I'll come in the middle of the night, whatever it is.'"
We don't know about you, but we couldn't be happier that Jepsen made it all work. Carry us home, Carly Rae (you too, Bob).