This whole '90s-nostalgia thing doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.
Full House may be coming back to television in the near future with some of the original cast. In fact, John Stamos is actively trying to get the show back on the air, TV Guide reports. The original show's creator, Jeff Franklin, would write the potential reboot, and cast members Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) would be involved. Bob Saget and David Coulier would also be a part of the project, though there's no word on what form their roles would take.
We have about a million questions about this revival: Will the Olsen twins be involved? One of them? Will Kimmy have an annoying child always showing up when she's not welcome? What about Lori Loughlin? Is it possible to have Uncle Jesse without Aunt Becky? How many catchphrases can they get in there? Will the '90s reboots ever cut it out? How many more TGIF shows can come back to us? Will the Full House theme song ever get out of our heads now?
Since the project is reportedly in such early stages, we probably won't get any answers for a long time. But in the meantime, let's revel in the Full House revivals we already have, courtesy of Jimmy Fallon.