It's hard to believe it's been a quarter of a century since the first episode of ABC's "Full House," the treacly but lovable family sitcom about a widowed father, his three daughters and the two friends he enlists to help care for them.
Though Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen were conspicuously absent, most of the Tanner gang (including Kimmy and Steve!) put in an appearance at the show's 25th anniversary party. Several cast members shared photos and videos from the event on their Twitter and Facebook pages.
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Andrea Barber, who played the Tanners' neighbor Kimmy Gibber, tweeted the first photo of the whole cast, sans Olsens, saying "Love my Full House family. Full heart."
New Kids on the Block also seems to have been Tanner family favorite, with Barber tweeting "I just danced to three NKOTB songs in a row with @candacecbure and @JohnStamos. Life is complete!" Here's John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) with the video evidence:
Candace Cameron Bure, aka DJ Tanner, wrote about the reunion on her website.
Can you believe its been 25 years since the pilot episode debuted on national television? It feels like yesterday and yet when I look back, it seems like a lifetime ago. I cherish the friendships we’ve held with one another over the years. We truly are a second family and always will be.
Stamos posted most of the best photos on his Facebook page, which includes plenty of snapshots of Danny Tanner, Uncle Jesse and Uncle Joey hanging out together.
Best of all, they had a Full House cake: