John Stamos gives GH shout out in first Fuller House episode
Posted Friday, February 26, 2016 1:10:43 PM
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John Stamos gives GH shout out in first Fuller House episode
As if you needed yet another reason to check out today's premiere of Netflix's Fuller House, General Hospital alum John Stamos (ex-Blackie), who plays the iconic role of Uncle Jesse on the remake of the classic '90s sitcom, gives a shout-out to his former Port Charles home.

Cut it out! Apparently, General Hospital made its way to the premiere episode of Fuller House, the Netflix remake of the 1990s series Full House that debuts today.

Uncle Jesse's famous portrayer, John Stamos, gives a shout-out to the ABC daytime soap opera, on which he starred as Blackie Parrish in the early 1980s. "They only hire the best actors," Stamos' Jesse humorously remarks about GH in the first Fuller House episode.

For fans whose memories might be a little fuzzy, before Stamos went on to find fame alongside Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Candace Cameron-Burre, Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin, he was the street kid taken in by GH's Dr. Rick Webber (Chris Robinson) and his wife, Lesley (Denise Alexander).

Check out the video clip below for a look at Stamos on GH, and be sure to tune in to today's Netflix premiere of Fuller House, which also stars All My Children alum Eva LaRue (ex-Maria Santos) and One Life to Live alum John Brotherton (Jared Banks).

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