'Fuller House' Fans Are Losing Their Minds Over All the Easter Eggs in Season 5

Kayla Keegan

From Good Housekeeping

  • Fuller House season 5 part 1 came out on December 6.
  • Season 5 is the final installment of the Full House Netflix spinoff.
  • In the season 5 premiere episode, the show's writers featured many props from the original show, which had fans going nuts.

Spoiler alert: Below contains plot details from Fuller House season 5.

Fuller House writers are paying tribute to the original '90s sitcom with some good old-fashioned Easter eggs for the fifth and final season of the series.

Since Netflix released the first half of season 5 last Friday (the second is set to come out in the "winter/spring"), fans have had a blast pointing out all of the Full House references, particularly in the premiere episode. During one scene in "Welcome Home, Baby-to-Be-Named-Later," Ramona, Max, and Jackson go up to the attic to look for the "baby-naming gown." Up there, the writers made sure to plant a treasure trove of props used in Full House.

Best listed out in the tweet below, the mementos from the attic include Michelle's famous framed pink bunny, Stephanie's Honeybee outfit, and Uncle Jesse's Flintstones costume. Fans also spotted Stephanie's Mr. Bear and Jesse's Elvis getup and hair spray guard in the scene.

"We have eight years of carefully curated home movies," Max says to Ramona and Jackson, referencing the eight seasons of Full House. Breaking the fourth wall once more, he also notes, "It's almost like a TV show."

Not surprisingly, the nostalgic props got #FullerHouse Twitter really emotional. "All the blasts from the past in the attic!!" one fan tweeted. "THE NOSTALGIA FROM THAT ATTIC OH MY GOD," another said.

Beyond that, the ninth episode of Fuller House season 5 was also super touching. In it, Steve proposes to D.J., as the show flashes back to scenes from Full House to chronicle their love story. The eldest Tanner daughter says yes, setting the series finale up for a triple wedding for D.J. and Steve, Stephanie and Jimmy, and Kimmy and Fernando.

Of course, we'll have to wait and see how this three-bride thing works out. As Candace Cameron Bure teased to TVLine.com, "It’s going to be nuts. You have three very different women trying to coordinate one giant event together. They all see the world a little bit differently, so chaos will ensue."


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