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It's Official: 'Fuller House' Wraps, Olsen Twins Are Nowhere In Sight

Aw, nuts.

If you were one of those people who thought that maybe, just MAYBE, the Olsen Twins would cave and say "you got it dude" to everyone and make a last-minute cameo in Netflix's "Fuller House," well, the series has wrapped without them ever stepping foot on the set. It was a firm "No way, Jose" after all.

Lori Loughlin a.k.a. Aunt Becky confirmed as much to Huffington Post, saying that the "Full House" spin-off series has "wrapped and they didn't come in."

She went one step further and added that she doesn't expect to see Mary-Kate and Ashley ever reprise their shared roll as Michelle Tanner for the new series, even though exactly everyone else was part of it and they all had each other in stitches the whole time.

"We had a lot of laughs and a lot of good times and it was a lot like picking up right where we left off," she told the site.

Hopes of the Olsens changing their minds about the Tanner family embargo were sparked in September, when John Stamos said that he understood why they declined the opportunity to appear in Full House 2.0, but insisted they were "always welcome" should they have a change of heart.

Annnnd now we'll have to spend copious amounts of time imagining just how the show will explain the notable absence of the youngest Tanner sis as we sob and stuff our faces with Michelle's fave, cookies.

"Fuller House" will hit Netflix sometime next year.