Watch this epic 'Fuller House' parody trailer about San Francisco

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It's been a few decades since the last episode of "Full House."

But, the new reboot of the '90s staple show, "Fuller House," is a blast from the past -- with many of the show's original characters living in the legendary Tanner house in San Francisco.

While many are excited for the new Netflix series, Al Jazeera's AJ+ made a hilarious parody of the new trailer reminding us that a lot of things have changed in the northern California city since the '90s.

One major thing, in particular, is the city's incredibly expensive housing market.

Check out the extremely accurate video below:

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Watch this epic 'Fuller House' parody trailer about San Francisco

Around 8% (5 of 66) of experts said San Diego is in a housing bubble. The median home price is $521,200 and values are up 6.4% in the last year, according to Zillow. About 9% see the market at risk of entering a bubble in the next 12 months.​

Nearly 9% of experts see L.A. in a housing bubble. The median home price is $554,100, up 7.1% in the last year. Another near 9% said L.A. is at risk of entering a bubble in the next 12 months.

Around 12% (8 of 66) of experts said Houston is in a housing bubble. The median home price is $141,300, and home values are up 8.5% in the last year.

Nearly 9% (6 of 66) of experts said Seattle is in a housing bubble. The median home price is $521,400 and values are up 12.7% in the last year.

Bay Area home prices continue to rise dramatically, as much as 14.7% in the last year.
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