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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE! Is There A ‘Full House’ Reunion Special In The Works?

Thu, March 25, 2010 8:00pm EDT by 2 Comments
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Watch our exclusive video to see Lori Loughlin (that’s Aunt Becky to all you non-FH fans) dish about a possible reunion, who she’s closest to from the cast — and why she loves the Olsen twins’ clothing lines!

Remember when Friday was the best night on TV? We’d curl up with hot cocoa (or Coca-Cola – these are our pre-drinking days, by the way) and watch endless hours of televised goodness on ABC’s TGIF (Thank Goodness It’s Friday) including our favorite sitcom, Full House. Given how much we love that particular ‘90s show, we’d be super-psyched if a FH reunion episode was in the works! But will it happen?

When caught up with former Full House star Lori Loughlin (who now stars on the CW’s 90210 remake), we got the scoop about a possible reunion!

“It depends on what form,” Lori, who played Rebecca Donaldson-Katsopolis (aka Aunt Becky) on the show, explained to us exclusively March 24.

“I’m a little gun-shy, I think as we all are,” she said. “The notion is lovely, but sometimes it’s better if things just move on and [you] leave what was alone. It ended on a high note and maybe that’s where we should just stay.”

Holly-Bummer! Even if a movie or TV show isn’t in the works, we’d love to see the cast give (us – tee-hee) a Barbara Walters-style interview for their 15-year reunion in May — which is something that could feasibly happen since the cast is still on great terms!

“I just had lunch with Jonh Stamos [who played Becky’s husband Uncle Jesse],” the actress said. “And I know Bob Saget [is in touch] with the Olsen girls. I’m very happy for them. I think their clothing lines look terrific and I even own some of their pieces!”

How wild! Aunt Becky can fit into Michelle’s clothes — we never would have predicted that back in the day!

Watch this video to hear what else Lori had to say about her former show, her new role on 90210 and her most recent work with Hellmann’s Real Food Project — a nationwide initiative created to identify everyday dinner dilemmas to help Americans eat more Real Food.

—Kirstin Benson