Candace Cameron Bure Jokes About Her 'Netflix and Chill' Holiday Plans During Emoji Guessing Game With 'Fuller

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Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber impressed fans with how well they can speak emoji.

On Monday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Fuller House co-stars played a game of "Explainy the Emoji Exploji" which had them reading off emoji-filled sentences from DeGeneres' new app. After Sweetin guessed "Baby, hurry down the chimney tonight," it was Bure's turn.

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"I wanna Netflix and chill in front of the fire with my sweetie pie," the 40-year-old actress exclaimed, answering the riddle correctly. "And I do, and I do."

Sweetin quipped to her co-star, "You know what Netflix and chill means, right?"

"Yes I do, Jodie!" Bure insisted.

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The sitcom stars also sat down with DeGeneres to talk about season two of Netflix's Fuller House and the array of guest stars. Bure and Barber admitted that having New Kids on the Block on set was a big moment for them. "My 13 year old dreams came true," Bure exclaimed.

"The emoji with hearts coming out of the eyes, that was us," Barber added.

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Sweetin and Bure also spoke to ET about the new season, further revealing what fans can expect. "There are definitely going to be some more throwback guest stars on this season," Bure said. "So, old Full House fans will have fun seeing some very familiar faces."

Fuller House season two starts streaming on Netflix on Friday, Dec. 9.