Full House 25th Anniversary Brings The Tanner Family Back Together

"What ever happened to predictability? The milk man, the paperboy and evening TV?" At the risk of making some of us feel old, first thing Monday morning, Full House celebrated its 25th Anniversary this weekend. The ABC comedy series made its debut on September 22, 1987. What does the cast look like today? Check out this reunion photo to see (most of) them back together!

Full House debuted in 1987 and followed single-father Danny Tanner as he raised his kids in San Francisco, with the help up his brother-in-law and best friend. People posted the photo below, which features most of the Tanner family reunited. Included in the photo are Candace Cameron Bure (eldest Tanner child D.J.), Bob Saget (Tanner dad Danny), John Stamos (Jesse Katsopolos, a.k.a. Uncle Jesse, a.k.a. Jesse of Jesse and the Rippers), Jodie Sweetin (middle Tanner child Stephanie), Lori Loughlin (Jesse's wife and Danny's co-anchor Becky), Andrea Barber (DJ's BFF Kimmy Gibbler), Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone, "Cut. It. Out!") and Scott Weinger (DJ's boyfriend Steve).

Missing from the photos are the Olsen Twins, Mary Kate and Ashley, who shared the role of Michelle. "Oh brother!" or "You got it dude!" Take your pick! Lack of Olsen aside, it sounds like Andrea Barber was having fun. She Tweeted this weekend that she, Candace Bure and John Stamos were dancing to New Kids on the Block songs. Just in case you need an actual picture to go with the mental one that tweet creates…

Haven't had enough Gibbler? There's a YouTube montage of Kimmy Gibbler moments you can check out here.

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