'TODAY' took a behind-the-scenes look at the 'Fuller House' set, making you realize how small the Tanners' couch is.

'TODAY' took a behind-the-scenes look at the 'Fuller House' set, making you realize how small the Tanners' couch is.
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In advance of Fuller House's premiere on Netflix in nine days, TODAY visited the set of the nostalgiagasm TV show and interviewed the cast about what it's like to be back on the Tanners' tiny couch. One takeaway? That couch is perhaps the least-believable part of this new show. In the video, John Stamos cracks that it's not that the couch is small; it's that they've all gotten larger. But come on: if the Tanners and crew can afford to keep living in a house this large in San Francisco, one of the most expensive cities in America, they can afford to buy a damn sectional. 

Or maybe the Fuller House season arc is about everyone admitting they're in horrible, crushing debt. That sounds like fun.

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