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The 'Full House' sequel filmed a scene during the seventh inning stretch of Thursday's Giants game

'Fuller House' films during Giants-Dodgers game

The Giants may not be going to the postseason this year (it is an odd year, after all), but that doesn't mean they can't end the year in a warm and fuzzy, family-friendly way. On Wednesday night, the team celebrated its "Full Clubhouse" video with "Full House" night, complete with a snowglobe given to the fans and appearances from a number of cast members, theme song singers and executive producers. 

And then on Thursday night, the crew of the upcoming Full House sequel, "Fuller House," visited AT&T Park to film a scene for the new show during the Giants-Dodgers matchup. Jodie Sweetin, who plays Stephanie Tanner on the show, raced onto the field during the seventh-inning stretch to shoot the scene, which involved hanging out with Hunter Pence (because who doesn't want to do that?) and singing the classic song. And no, I don't mean this one: 

The Dodgers' Brett Anderson, who tossed 7 2/3 innings of two-run ball to earn the win, was a bit confused about the brief interruption, noting in classic DJ Tanner style that he's a fan of the show, "but I never watched it while I was pitching."

Maybe his surprise was rooted in the fact that Stephanie is a not-so-secret Giants fan --even if the actor who portrays her is a bit more conflicted

Or maybe this was simply the second act break, and Anderson would have a heart-to-heart with Danny Tanner and everything would be smoothed over in time for next week. 

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