Scott Weinger Reunites With 'Full House' Costars Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber

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Everywhere you look, there's a Full House reunion happening!

Candace Cameron Bure
and Scott Weinger reunited as the TV show's fan favorite couple, D.J. Tanner and Steve Hale, on Wednesday. Weinger shared an adorable photo from their reunion dinner on Instagram, and he knew exactly how the Internet would react. 

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"Sorry, Internet #fullerhouse @candacecbure #iloveyoudj," Weinger wrote, giving Full House fans hope that just maybe D.J. and her first love, Steve, will have a romantic revival in Netflix's 13-episode Fuller House reboot in 2016, after all? As many remember, the couple broke hearts everywhere when they split up on the '90s sitcom.

The fun didn't stop there, however. Weinger also posted a photo with Andrea Barber, aka Kimmy Gibbler, D.J.'’s best friend and nosy neighbor.

"Selfie with Gibbler," he captioned the photo.

Looks like Fuller House guest star John Brotherton was there, too! "Homies. #fulladrinks #fullerhouse," Barber captioned another selfie of the crew.

Last week, some of the other cast members gave us sneak peeks, like Lori Loughlin, aka Aunt Becky.

"Fun morning with this crew," she captioned the pic.

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Bure also took to Instagram last week, sharing a fun fact about the show.

"Happy birthday Full House," Bure wrote on Sept.22. "We premiered on this date 28 years ago!"

Meanwhile, Blake McIver (Derek) visited the Tanner house.

"Because I had to, obvi," he tweeted.

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The excitement hasn't stopped ever since the cast gathered for their first table read in early July. Bure told ET it took everything in her power not to get emotional when she saw the new set pieces for the first time.

"I went in and opened that door and I smelled that smell -- it was like the floodgates of memories from being 10 to 18 just washed over me, and I just cried!" the 39-year-old actress said. "It was sensory overload and nostalgia and memories. It was incredible." 

Last month, ETOnline caught up with Jodie Sweetin at People's One to Watch party, where she revealed new secrets about the reboot, including whether or not Stephanie Tanner's famous line -- "How rude!" -- will make a comeback. Watch the video below to hear more.