Everywhere you look, it's so hard, its so hard ... to not roll over in laughter.

On Friday afternoon (August 14), the San Francisco Giants took to their official Twitter account and posted a video of themselves recreating the classically-cheesy intro to Full House, the ABC sitcom that ran from 1987-1995 and whose storyline originated in San Fran.

Instead of Full House, the Giants called their intro Full Clubhouse with the video featuring everyone from shortstop Brandon Crawford to right fielder Hunter Pence, third baseman Matt Duffy, pitchers Jeremy Affeldt and Javier Lopez, second baseman Joe Panik and even manager Bruce Bochy.

Set to the theme song of the original series, the Giants do their best impersonation of the original cast in the actual intro, after running onto AT&T Field just as the Full House cast did on the rolling hills of San Francisco. Crawford does his best impersonation of Uncle Jesse (played by John Stamos), strumming the strings of a guitar, while Pence cleans his bat ala Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) wiping down his car in the original intro. 

Wait, it gets better, as Duffy is seen flipping off his sun glasses just like Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier) and Affeldt and Bochy take turns setting up picture frames of each other while flashing corny grins. The intro even ends with a trio of Giants have a picnic just as the original cast does.

What's best is the video features a cameo from Coulier of the original cast. 

"My gosh, we've already seen this ... whoa!" Coulier says in the same Popeye voice he used during the original show.

"Cut it out," he adds, delivering his signature line from the show.

When you're the defending World Series champions and in the thick of the playoff race like the Giants are, you can afford to let loose and have a little fun. The Giants knocked this out the park.

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