‘Full House’ cast reunites 25 years after sitcom’s debut

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It was a full house in Los Angeles this weekend.

Twenty-five years after viewers first fell in love with the Tanner family from "Full House," the gang got back together on Saturday for a reunion.

Though twins Ashley and Mary Kate Olsen (who got their start in showbiz as youngest Tanner sister, Michelle) were absent from the festivities, the rest of the "family" was on hand to celebrate the ABC sitcom than ran from 1987 to 1995.

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Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) reunited with his on-screen daughters Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.) and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie). Other members of the "Full House" clan were also on hand for the celebrations, including John Stamos (Jesse), Lori Loughlin (Becky), and Dave Coulier (Joey). Even Scott Weinger (who played Steve, D.J.'s boyfriend in Seasons 6 and 7) and Andrea Barber (a.k.a. D.J.'s zany BFF Kimmy Gibler) were there!

"Love my Full House family," Barber tweeted along with a photo of the cast. The 36-year-old mom of two retired from acting after her stint on "Full House."

During the reunion, Sweetin's fiancé Morty Coyle played several New Kids of the Block songs, while Barber, Bure, and Stamos danced along.

"my contribution to #FullHouse25Years a drunk gibbler, me and deej singing step by step," Stamos tweeted, along with a video.

Bure, who is now a 36-year-old mom of three and recently launched a magazine for women, posted a number of photos from the event, showing the cast signing show memorabilia and eating chocolate cake.

"Wow! 25 years ago, Full House aired... That's so crazy! :)" tweeted Sweetin, 30, who now juggles acting with being a mom to two girls.

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Much of the cast remains in showbiz. Stamos recently appeared on "Glee" and is slated to star on the new series "Mash Up," while Saget and Coulier are still doing stand-up comedy. Loughlin starred on The CW's "90210" until leaving the show in 2011 -- and, coincidentally, Weinger actually writes for the teen drama.

Everywhere you look, the Tanner family is sticking around.