Photo Credit: Courtesy of Andrea Barber
It's like 1987 all over again! On Saturday, the cast of Full House -- with the notable exception of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen -- reunited to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary. Members of the fictional Tanner family, including John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier and Bog Saget, got together to swap memories and eat a cake modeled after their TV home -- all while updating fans via Twitter.
"Love my Full House family. Full heart," tweeted Andrea Barber, who played annoying teenage neighbor Kimmy Gibbler on the family comedy.
The Full House cast spent some time posing for photos (here, see Stamos' pictures, and Bure's pictures), signing memorabilia, and even reading through a scene from an old script.
"We were actually reading a scene from an episode- and none us could remember it! Must have been a first draft!" Bure, 36, wrote on Facebook.
The party eventually turned into a New Kids on the Block dance-a-thon, with on-screen besties Bure and Barber lip-syching to early '90s tunes. John "Uncle Jesse" Stamos posted a video, tweeting, "My contribution to #FullHouse25Years a drunk gibbler, me and deej singing step by step." (In the video, he hilariously forgets the name of Candace's character, DJ Tanner.) Bure also posted a video (watch below) on her personal blog, writing that she and Barber "have no shame in our love for Joey, Donnie, Jordan, Jon and Danny."
Also toasting their Full House heyday were cast members Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky) and Scott Weigner (DJ's boyfriend Steve). And even after the reunion ended, the party didn't stop.
"Off to the Sound of Music sing-a-long with @candacecbure," Barber tweeted on Saturday evening. "Did I mention this night rocks?"