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'Full House' guys tuck in, serenade Jimmy Fallon on 'Late Night'

Posted by Emily Wright  January 30, 2014 10:40 AM

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If Danny Tanner had a son, he'd be Jimmy Fallon. Or at least that's how the "Late Night" host and his writers see it.

Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier continued their rounds on the "Full House" revival circuit last night, when they stopped by the talk show and helped Fallon get back to sleep after some prepartum night terrors.

Fallon told the guys that he was scared about leaving his show to take over for Jay Leno's "Tonight Show" next month. Sitting up in a bedroom almost identical to Tanner's daughter Michelle's on the show, he was consoled by Danny (Saget), Uncle Jesse (Stamos), and Uncle Joey (Coulier). The latter pair were dressed in character, Jesse with a mullet and Joey in a super '90s sweater and acid-wash jeans.

The best part? Jesse saying "Have mercy" and the trio singing the Elvis track "Teddy Bear" that served as Michelle's lullaby on the San Francisco-based series. Check out the "Full House" version below.

Emily Wright can be reached at emily.wright@boston.com. Follow her on Twitter @missemilywright.

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