Bob Saget Confirms Involvement in ‘Full House’ Reboot, Does Not Confirm or Deny if He Will Wear Stonewashed Dad Jeans

Break out your high-waisted, stonewashed, casual jeans and prepare for heartfelt family lessons. Bob Saget has confirmed his involvement in the Full House revival coming to Netflix.

For those unaware, Fuller House, produced by John Stamos, will be the gateway back into the public eye for the less-famous-than-the-Olsen-twins portion of the original cast. Starting with an hour special followed by a 13-episode season, this new multi-cam production promises nostalgic returns of everyone’s favorite non-nuclear family and hopefully the same sprinkle of expressed endearment from the live studio audience. (If you close your eyes, you can still hear “awww” being resounded by some well-articulated Bob Saget lesson and corresponding family hug.)

Stamos has revealed the hour special kickoff will feature as many of the original cast members as needed to be remembered in the acting world. The series itself will feature D.J. and Kimmy Gibbler raising their own kids in the original house. Before you Google it, Candace Cameron Bure plays D.J and Andrea Barber plays Kimmy and yes, at least Bure has still been acting since the end of the less Full House.

With Bob Saget added to the roster, it seems as if the entire house excluding the Katsopolis twins, and MK and Ashley Olsen, will be a part of the reboot. This is particularly a bummer because everyone wants to see the stoically posing, aloof twins break out in a, “you’ve got it dude.” Luckily, we can look forward to the grandfatherly wisdom Saget will bring to the plot and, of course, silver fox John Stamos. It doesn’t matter what you’re into, you’re fooling yourself if you’re not going to watch this for John Stamos; he is a human work of art.

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