Who better than the cast of ‘Fuller House’ to offer Donald Trump the best advice on how to make America great again!? The crew appeared on ‘The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’ Feb. 16, and brought back a ton of show memories while offering the politician some guidance. Watch!
The Fuller House cast does NOT agree with Donald Trump’s decision to put a wall up between the United States and Mexico! In a hilarious skit on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon dressed up as Trump and got some epic advice from Bob Saget, John Stamos, Dave Coulier and the rest of the cast — and there were tons of classic Full House references, too!
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With Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen not returning to the series, Fallon’s “Trump” replaced little Michelle in the funny spoof and it’s too funny! Once the rest of the family is by “Donald’s” bedside, Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) bursts in uninvited, and just like on the 90s series, everyone is baffled at how she got inside with the front door locked (the kitchen window, duh).
So, of course, “Trump” suggests putting a wall up to keep Kimmy out, just like he wants to do to keep immigrants out of the United States. “Donald, I think I speak for everyone when I say, cut it out!” Joey (Dave Coulier) laughs, using one of the character’s catchphrases. “Yeah, Donald, just because Kimmy isn’t technically part of the family doesn’t mean we shouldn’t treat her like one,” DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) adds.
Even Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), who can’t stand Kimmy, is on the Tanners’ side. “Yeah, even if she did once pierce my ears with an infected needle, we love her,” she says. But it was Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) who had the final word, with the classic Full House music playing in the background. Watch the skit above to find out what he says — and to see him and Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin) share an adorable smooch! Stream shows like Full House and more for free RIGHT HERE.
Fuller House premieres on Netflix Feb. 26 as a 13-episode series that has had fans buzzing for months. The full trailer was finally released last week, and don’t worry, Michelle’s absence is addressed even if the Olsen twins aren’t showing up! We can’t wait.
HollywoodLifers, are you excited for Fuller House?! What did you think of the cast’s skit with Jimmy Fallon?