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30 years. We’ll let that sink in for a second.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
September 25, 2017

Today in boy-does-time-fly news, ‘Full House’ celebrates its 30th year anniversary. The smash hit series debuted on September 22nd, 1987, and Danny, Joey, Jesse and the gang are not about to let us forget it.

To celebrate the milestone, the cast members of Netflix’s sequel, ‘‘Fuller House,’ created a special video commemorating the event.

We loved hearing Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner, ahem, D.J. Tanner-Fuller), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), and others give us a personal look into just how much the show means to them. "We grew up on this set. And so we can use actual photos of ourselves as little girls to decorate the interior of the ['Fuller House'] house today," said Barber.

Bob Saget feels a similar sense of nostalgia for the show's revival.“For us to pop in and be able to be the same characters, it’s really fun,” he commented on his reprise role of Danny Tanner. “It’s a gift.” We agree. And, Toto, we don’t think it’s 1995 anymore, but we sure love having the Tanner family back on— our much flatter—screen.

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Season 3 of ‘Fuller House’ is now available to stream on Netflix.