A group of Full House fans missed out on a selfie for the ages. In March, series regular John Stamos visited the San Francisco home featured in the hit sitcom from 1987 to 1995. The house has been a popular tourist stop for longer than the show was on the air. As Uncle Jesse himself stood out front, the fans had their backs to him, checking out the iconic landmark. John was easily recognizable with his signature tan and stubble, and his sunglasses and cap only partially covered him up. Still, the fans had no idea he was there! The actor was clearly amused, capturing the hilarious moment in an Instagram that went viral. "Boy, these youngsters have 0.0 idea what they're missing. #Fullhousehouse. #TURNAROUND," he wrote in the caption.
John's memorable visit followed up rumors about a reboot of the fan favorite, so we really should have known it was only a matter of time until our dreams came true. Official word finally came on Monday, with Netflix's announcement of a 13-episode season of Fuller House. John has already shared his joyous reaction, telling Jimmy Kimmel that Full House's return has been a "labor of love." If all the exciting news has you feeling nostalgic, check out the cast's adorable reunion in January.
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