Admit it, there is some cheesy goodness to be found in the opening credits for old sitcoms such as Full House. So the show's star John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the hit series, was the perfect person for Jimmy Kimmel to turn to when the comedian wanted to make an homage to those kitsch '90s intros.

"I would love to be a part of one of those opening theme songs," Kimmel told Stamos on Tuesday's Jimmy Kimmel Live.

"Let me walk you through it because I have done this so many times and I know this is a new thing for you," Stamos said.

The first one was for an imaginary show called Fun Guys! Stamos, who stars in the new Fox show Grandfathered, walked into the scene looking like the sitcom veteran that he is, while Kimmel, in a blond curly wig, had an awkward expression.

"No, no, no," Stamos complained. "Jimmy, you gotta give it some face" to make people want to tune in each week.

So they tried it again, and Kimmel switched to a mullet wig that he correctly described as very "Stamos-esque" (who could forget Jesse's perfectly coiffed Full House 'do?) for Roommates! featuring Stamos as Gary Lee-Chefeth and Kimmel as Tiffani Nanci-Farris.

For their third attempt — Brotherly Shoves! — Stamos played a character named Duke Herpes, while Kimmel (in black curls) was Dennis Pornography.

We're hoping that when the Fuller House reboot debuts on Netflix next year, the credits are more like Full House and less like these attempts!

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