Minor league team giving out ‘real hair’ John Stamos bobbleheads for ‘Full House Night’

Last Friday, “Fuller House” hit the Netflix air waves and ever since then, fans of the original ’90s show “Full House” have been overcome with nostalgia. While John Stamos, who plays Uncle Jesse on the show, has already stated that the show is going to be coming back for Season 2, it looks like he has become the inspiration for one of the greatest things I have ever heard of.

Apparently, the Brooklyn Cyclones, the minor league affiliate of the New York Mets, is going to be taking advantage of the “Full House” hype. They will be hosting a “Fill the House” night (because puns are awesome) over the summer and it is being headlined by them giving away “real hair” bobbleheads of Uncle Jesse.

The team also announced that the game, which is scheduled for July 9th, will also feature a Danny Tanner cleaning contest, a an Uncle Jesse Air guitar contest, a “How Rude pout cam,” and real-life twins will get a two-for-one ticket deal as a nod to Michelle Tanner, who was played by the Olsen Twins.

While the team does not have pictures of the bobblehead available, they did reveal the awesome jerseys they will wear during the game. They feature the Golden Gate Bridge scene at the beginning of the opening credits on the front and the famous “pink bunny” on the back.

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This is going to be an awesome game. I think it would be worth the trip up to Brooklyn over the summer. Maybe Stamos or the rest of the cast will make a surprise appearance.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to Brooklyn Cyclones

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