With Fuller House coming to an end, the cast of the popular Netflix series had a tough time holding back their emotions.
The fifth and final season of the revival sitcom premieres Friday, and ET was on set during the show's final day of filming.
"There were tears. The crew was crying, because my acting was so horrible," Bob Saget joked with ET's Lauren Zima. "No, it was a hard day."
"The last time I said goodbye to this stage was when I was 18 and now I'm 43," Andrea Barber shared. "It was hard then and it's even harder now."
The stars also looked back at an old ET set visit from the run of Full House in the late '80s, and the experience brought Candace Cameron Bure to tears when asked what she would tell her younger self if she could go back in time.
"See, well, that's the question that got me," Bure said, fighting back a wave of emotion. "I don't know if I can answer it."
"I just wish I could look into her face and just assure her how bright her future is," she added. "Because she can make it happen."
Back in the studio, Fuller House star Jodie Sweetin joined Zima as a special co-host on Wednesday's Entertainment Tonight, and jokingly dished on whether or not she absconded with any special souvenirs from set after the series wrapped.
"For sure, I definitely stole a couple things from set that went right into the trunk of my car as soon as we were done that I wanted to keep with me," Sweetin joked.
The actress also said that, despite Cameron Bure's tears, she was the most emotional person on set for the final day of production, adding, "I fell apart."
The first half of the final season of Fuller House premieres Friday on Netflix.