Netflix’s Full House reboot, Fuller House, is getting absolutely savaged by critics ahead of its February 26 premiere. Those critics, however, clearly haven’t heard Carly Rae Jepsen’s cheery take on the classic theme song. We know this because no one who’s heard this saccharine piece of ear candy could say things like, “It’s lazily constructed kitsch that isn’t worth your time or affection,” as one critic wrote. No one who’s heard Jepsen’s strawberry voice sing the lyrics “Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s a heart, a hand to hold onto,” could write something like, “The show isn’t just bad, it borders on the obscene,” as another critic noted.
In fact, to anyone having a bad day, we have a suggestion. Listen to Jepsen’s radiant cover and let her wash away your sorrows. Let her cure whatever ails you. And if what ails you happens to be the fact that Fuller House is probably going to be really, really bad, well she can fix that too. Listen above.