Lori Loughlin Reenacts a Scene from 'Full House' with Andy Cohen and Jerry O'Connell

It's 'Full House' like we've never seen before.

She was the aunt we all wanted.

Lori Loughlin gave us some serious nostalgia as she reprised her role as Aunt Becky on Full House during Watch What Happens Live! on Wednesday. 

Loughlin, 50, was asked to read a classic soapbox derby scene from the hit 90s sitcom with host Andy Cohen and fellow guest Jerry O’Connell.

Cohen took on the role of Michelle Tanner, originally played by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, while O’Connell channeled D.J. Tanner, originally played by Candace Cameron Bure.

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The reenactment featured the guys with wigs and it was hilarious, but Loughlin also reminded us of the emotion and life lessons behind the show as she brought back the sweet, motherly character who teaches Michelle that girls can do anything.

Loughlin may get to play Becky again in the very near future, as Netflix has a revival titled Fuller House in the works for 2016.

When Cohen asked if she will be joining her Full House costars for the reunion, Loughlin replied: "I certainly hope so, yes."

While the man who played her on-screen husband, John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), recently revealed he would be in the new show, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen told Women's Wear Daily that they just found out about it on Tuesday.

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For now, we know the series will center around D.J. Tanner-Fuller, a recent widow and veterinarian expecting her third child. To help care for her two young sons, her younger sister Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and their former neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) will move in to her San Francisco home.

It remains to be seen if Michelle and Becky will join the family again, but for now, check out the video above to see the lovable Aunt Becky.