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‘Fuller House’ Full-Length Trailer Released: DJ & Stephanie Drunk Dial Michelle — Watch

Wed, February 10, 2016 12:01am EST by Beth Shilliday 2 Comments

Nostalgia alert! Even though the Olsen twins wouldn’t commit to playing Michelle on ‘Fuller House,’ she’s still going to be a part of the show! Not only that, she’s going to be the victim of a drunk dialing prank by her older sisters and we’ve got the full trailer for you to see!

So adorbs! We’ve been waiting to see what kind of trouble D.J.and Stephanie Tanner get into as adults on the new Fuller House, and now we’re getting a sneak peek at Candace Cameron-BureJodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber as pal Kimmy Gibbler having some drunken dialing fun at little sister Michelle Tanner’s expense. While sadly Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen aren’t going to be on the show, Michelle will still be there in spirit! Check out the clever way that the show is keeping the character alive in the newly released full-length trailer!

The ladies have clearly been partying super hard from a night on the town as they’re seen wearing beads, feather boas and even tiaras as they stumble back to D.J.’s home. Stephanie has the brilliant idea, “Let’s call Michelle” even though D.J. reminds her, “it’s five in the morning in New York.”  Too late! Steph’s already done dialing only to get her answering machine. Then they remind us why we missed them all so much as in unison they say Michelle’s iconic catch phrase, “You got it dude.” YES!!!! Hello memory lane! Get Full House: The Complete Collector’s Edition by clicking here.

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We won’t have to wait much longer to see the old gang back together again as all 13 episodes will be dropping on Netflix Feb. 26. The show has literally re-assembled the old Full House cast with the only exception being the Olsens, but they’re so busy running their fashion empire there’s no way they planned to return to acting.

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HollywoodLifers, do you plan on watching the new Fuller House?