"Full House" Stars Reunite to Comfort Jimmy Fallon

The men of "Full House" come together on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon"

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    Jimmy Fallon rounded up the iconic ‘90s parental figures from the popular series "Full House." Bob Saget (Danny Tanner), John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) and Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey) revisited their beloved roles Wednesday in a "Late Night" sketch.

    The “Full House” reunion kicks off with Fallon in his bedroom, a recreation of Michelle’s room from the sitcom.

    “I guess I’ll just miss the 'Late Night' show. I mean I’ve been doing this for five years,” pajama-wearing Fallon admits. “There have been so many special moments and so many great musical guests.”

    The "Full House" trio, dressed in their ‘90s costumes, show their support for Fallon by offering words of comfort.

    “I know you’ll miss the memories you made at 'Late,' but now you can make new memories at 'The Tonight Show,'” Saget reassures.

    Throwback catchphrases from "Full House" are sprinkled throughout the sketch. Danny offers his wise advice, Uncle Joey makes Popeye jokes and Uncle Jesse still gets paranoid about his hair.

    After great words of encouragement, the three men wrap up the sketch by singing Fallon the "Teddy Bear" song. The bedtime lullaby helps Fallon go back to sleep and all is right in the world. 

    “Goodnight, honey,” Saget says. And just like the old times, an important life lesson is learned from the three father figures. 

    Fallon is leaving “Late Night” next month to take over at “The Tonight Show.”