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No One Is More Excited For 'Fuller House' Than The 'Full House' Cast

Everywhere you look, former co-stars are tweeting at one another.

In case you haven't heard the news, "Full House" is the latest beloved show to get the Netflix revival treatment. Naturally, 90s kids are freaking out.

But no one is more excited for "Fuller House" than the cast of "Full House" themselves, proving that the Tanner family bond is still going strong even after all these years apart.

Real-life BFFs Candace Cameron Bure (DJ Tanner-Fuller) and Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) shared a super cute exchange after the official announcement.

"Fuller House" will follow DJ, now a mother of two (soon-to-be three) boys, as she struggles to get her life back on track following the death of her husband. (Breathe easy, dudes: Steve is alive.) So her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy -- and Kimmy's teenage daughter -- move in to help raise her boys. If you're getting serious deja vu, you're not alone.

Barber is so excited to reprise her role as DJ's irritatingly daft best friend Kimmy, she even dug out her favorite 90s tights for the occasion. "After almost 20 years... my bright tights are officially coming out of retirement," she posted on Insta.

As for the other Tanners, discussions are currently ongoing with Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to reprise their roles as Danny, Joey, Becky and Michelle. But Coulier seems pretty confident that ol' Mr. Potato Head will be back for more shenanigans.

And Sweetin, who played middle Tanner sister Stephanie from 1987 to 1995, is SO EXCITED to bring Steph back -- and hopefully reunite her amazing riot grrrl band Girl Talk in the process.

But the best "Fuller House" reaction belongs to producer-guest star John Stamos. He released never-before-seen pics from his PRIVATE Uncle Jesse vault. Oh, Mylanta!

"Fuller House" heads to Netflix in 2016.