The cast of Full House decided to have a little reunion on Saturday night, and into Sunday morning, but it was all for a good reason. Show creator Jeff Franklin was celebrating his birthday, and what better way to do that than with the Tanner family, Kimmy Gibbler, Uncle Jessie, and Aunt Becky?
Things got even better when they all joined together on stage to sing the Full House theme song.
Only for you, Jeff Franklin. Only for you. Happy Birthday. #everywhereyoulook #whatsmyline? #onlyknewthechorus #cantgetthisdamnsongouttamyhead @candacecbure @loriloughlin @bobsaget @johnstamos *Edited: Who has a better, full version of this?? I saw all those iPhones out there pointed at us!!
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According to US Magazine, Jeff Franklin’s birthday party was a great event that brought together a lot of members of the Full House cast. Of course, the Olsen twins weren’t in attendance, but that doesn’t appear to be something different than normal.
On-screen married couple Aunt Becky (Lori Laughlin) and Uncle Jessie (John Stamos) were on hand and still look great together.
The caption simply said, “Good times w/ @JohnStamos Happy Birthday @fullhouseguy” as posted by Loughlin on her Instagram.
Later in the night, Loughlin wanted another picture with some old cast mates, but they aren’t as young as they used to be. She posed with DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and just said, “It’s looking like a Full House kinda night.”
Other than the Olsen twins not showing up, it seems like the only other full-time cast member to not be at Jeff Franklin’s birthday bash was Uncle Joey (Dave Coullier). At least, he wasn’t pictured in any photos posted online by those at the party.
So many fans have wished and hoped for a true Full House reunion or even another show of some sort, but it’s never come to light. A sequel series with the Tanner girls as adults was rumored a couple of years ago, but it never got a lot of traction either.
For now, fans will have to just wait for impromptu Full House reunions or wait for creator Jeff Franklin’s birthday every year. Seeing the cast together again and hearing that familiar tune takes so many back — everywhere they look.
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