The Fuller House full trailer is finally here, along with everything we've been waiting to see!
"Before we eat, I have something very important to say," Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) announces at a family dinner in the new two-minute trailer released Tuesday. "Damn, we all still look good!"
While Netflix has been hyping us up with teasers from the Full House revival series, now there's finally a first look at the entire Tanner clan -- minus Michelle, of course -- in all their glory. Here's a look at our favorite parts.
1. Catchphrases, Galore!
From the moment Kimmy Gibler (Andrea Barber) bursts through the door with, "Hola, Tannerinos!," you know it's gonna be good. We also get a "Have mercy," a "How rude," a "Cut it out," and even -- when the girls decide to drunk-dial Michelle after a night out -- a chorus of "You got it, dude!"
2. Origin Story
For the first time in the new trailer, fans get a look at how the Tanner clan comes back together to help D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), a widow raising three sons. When everyone overhears the frazzled mom getting emotional via the baby monitor, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) calls a family meeting, announcing that she'll be moving into help.
So does Kimmy, bringing along her daughter Ramona, even though no one really asks. "Mom, moving in with D.J. and those boys is a terrible idea," Ramona warns.
3. STEVE & D.J.!!!!!
We're not sure what D.J.'s high school sweetheart, Steve Hale (Scott Weinger), has been up to in the years since they were together, but it seems like that old flame might be rekindled.
"Steve's so in love with D.J., he didn't even notice this sandwich," Kimmy declares in the clip.
Turns out, he did notice the sandwich, but that's not stopping our shipper hearts from hoping!
4. THE TWINS
"Live it up now," Aunt Becky (Lori Loughlin) warns D.J., handing off her infant son Tommy. "Because the next thing you know, they turn into that."
Cue Alex and Nicky looking very grown-up, though still into mischief, if their helium-sucking intro is any indication. The twins are played by the same actors, Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, who played them as adorable tots.
5. All Kinds of Adorable
From puppies to babies to countless group hugs, everywhere you look in this trailer, there's a heart...warming moment. We can't wait!
Fuller House comes to Netflix on Feb. 26.