If you're a child of the 90s, there's a good chance the Tanners were like a second family to you.
Sure, they had a lot more corny pun-based jokes and hilariously sappy heart-to-hearts than your first family, but that was part of the appeal.
But hey, that doesn't mean everyone can't gather together to remember the good times, right?
Well, almost everyone. Not surprisingly, the Olsen twins were too busy being bajillionaires to join the rest of the cast in celebrating creator Jeff Franklin's birthday over the weekend. How rude!
Fortunately, the rest of the gang turned out, and now the above video of the Tanners (and Tanner hanger-on Kimmy Gibbler) crooning the show's theme song is everywhere you look, everywhere you look.
There was Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin...Heck, even John Stamos took time out from his busy schedule of hocking Greek yogurt to join in the festivities. Have mercy!
There's still no official word on the Full House revival that's rumored to be in the works, so for now if you're one of the six people who enjoys the show non-ironically you'll just have to hold yourself over with the clip above and pray for a day when Mr. Woodchuck and the Rush Hour Renegades will return to your TV screen.
Oh yeah, the show is also in syndicated reruns pretty much around the clock. So there's that, too.