“They’re definitely working back in the familiarity that fans will recognize,” Jodie Sweetin told ETonline at People's Ones to Watch party on Wednesday of the anticipated Netflix revival. “And we’re self-aware.”
Sweetin foresees Fuller House to be family viewing, much like the original sitcom.
“There are 8-year-olds who are watching the show for the first time now, but the parents are like, ‘Oh, I remember when I was 8 years old watching the show!’ Generations will get a lot out of it,” she said.
It’s been two decades since Full House ended, but don’t expect Sweetin’s alter ego, middle child Stephanie Tanner, to have changed much during that time.
But does Stephanie’s classic catchphrase make a comeback?
“’How rude!’ definitely makes a comeback, I can say that at least,” the 33-year-old actress confirmed. “Fans will not be disappointed. Stephanie has not lost her catchphrase.”
Though most of the Full House cast will be reunited for the revival, Sweetin said that before the Netflix project came to fruition, she and her co-stars got together often.
“I had a conversation with Dave Coulier the other day – we were talking about how we’re actually closer with a lot of people on this show than we are with some family members in our real life. We know each other inside and out,” Sweetin added.
Sweetin addressed whether the Olsen twin would be back once and for all.
“As of now, no,” she said, leaving the door open. “But you never know.”
The revival centers on the recently-widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure), now a veterinarian who just welcomed her third child. To help care for her young kids, D.J.’s younger sis and aspiring musician Stephanie (Sweetin) and neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) move in to her San Francisco home to help.
Fuller House premieres on Netflix in 2016.
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