Sleep better tonight knowing you're not the only person who's memorized all eight seasons of "Full House." While on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" this week, two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks recited more three minutes of beat poetry revolving around the '90s series, proving he's not only a "Full House" fan, but perhaps the most awesome man alive.
Clad in a black turtleneck, Hanks covered everything from Michelle's, Stephanie's, and D.J.'s catchphrases to Danny Tanner's morning show. He then spent an exponential amount of time on what music fans may deem the holy grail of "Full House" episodes: the season two episode that saw The Beach Boys guest star for the first time.
Here's hoping this is a trend for "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," or at the very least, Tom Hanks. Whether it's on the late night circuit or on the red carpet, Hanks could re-ignite viewer interest in countless '80s and '90s sitcoms -- but especially his own, "Bosom Buddies."
Seriously, Tom Hanks, more beat poetry. Or as Uncle Joey would say, do NOT "cut it out."