On Saturday, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber, Scott Weinger and creator Jeff Franklin took the stage at ‘90s Con to chat all things 'Full House'
Everywhere you look…the Full House cast is back together!
On Saturday, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber, Scott Weinger and Full House creator Jeff Franklin took the stage at ‘90s Con to revisit some of their best moments from both Full House and Fuller House. Of course, Bob Saget was there in spirit as the cast reflected on some of their favorite things about the late comedian.
Coulier joked about how Saget is still unexpectedly present in his life — and his phone. “I’m still opening texts that he sent me. That’s how many he sent me,” Coulier quipped during the Full House panel, which was moderated by PEOPLE Senior Editor Breanne L. Heldman.
Sweetin, who played Stephanie on the family sitcom, also reminisced about how Saget would sign his texts — a joke in itself after decades of friendship. “He would always sign all of his texts, ‘By the way, it’s Bob.’”
This isn’t the first time the Full House cast has reunited since their days on-screen — even since the Netflix reboot, which aired five seasons from 2016 to 2020. The cast came together to mourn Saget, who died unexpectedly in 2022 from a traumatic head injury.
"You usually do a show, and when the show wraps everybody kind of walks away and you might see them once in a while," Coulier said. "This is… I can’t get rid of these guys."
Citing their real-life events, Coulier continued: "We’ve been through everything that a family goes through — births and deaths, and marriages and divorces, and breakups and relationships, and pickups and cancellations. We’ve been through everything — well, families don’t get picked up or canceled," he said before adding a quip about cancel culture, "Well, in this culture nowadays."
Coulier's sentiment mirrors the unconditional support that viewers of Full House fell in love with as they watched the Tanner family grow. "You know, we’ve just kind of been there through so much. Life is a roller coaster, and we’ve been there for each other through all of it," he said. "It’s just amazing that when we do see each other, it’s like no time has passed. Everything just kind of clicks in, and I’m forever grateful for that."
Sometimes, that support is in person, while other times, it's in the cast's ongoing group chat. Barber previously told PEOPLE that Saget was “the heart of all of our group chats” once the show was off air. His specialty: taking the conversation “very sideways.”
"I think we're all pretty good at [keeping up with each other],” she added. “Considering how crazy busy all of us are in our various families and travels and work and all of this, we talk relatively frequently in some form of group chat or another."
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