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This 'Fuller House' Cast Pic In The Tanner Kitchen Is Making Us V. Emotional

The Tanners are back! (Well, almost.)

Say what you want about "Fuller House," but if you don't get just a tiny bit nostalgic seeing the entire (well, almost) cast back together in the Tanner family kitchen after more than 20 years, then how rude.

The cast of "Full House" covers the latest issue of PEOPLE, and inside the mag, we get a first look at the cast of the Netflix revival, including the young actors playing D.J. and Kimmy's kids -- Michael Campion (JD Fuller), Elias Harger (Max Fuller) and Soni Nicole Bringas (Ramona Gibbler) -- back in the iconic Tanner kitchen. Sadly, bb Comet is nowhere in sight. (Again, how rude.)

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Even though Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, who played Jesse and Becky's twin boys Nicky and Alex Katsopolis in the OG series, are not featured in the cast pic, they will make an appearance in the 13-episode series. As for the other set of "Full House" twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle Tanner), they declined to participate in the revival.

But MK + A's decision not to join "Fuller House" is more simple than you probably want to believe: they're not actors anymore.

Mary-Kate and Ashley effectively grew up on the set of "Full House," portraying the youngest Tanner daughter from 1987 to 1995. They began filming when they were just 9 months old. While "Full House" undoubtedly kicked off their multi-billion dollar careers in the industry, the twins have since parlayed their on-camera fame into a fashion empire.

Despite some initial disappointment (mainly from producer-star John Stamos), the cast tells the mag that they understand the twins' reluctance to join the show.

"They're family members," Dave Coulier said. "But I think they have a different perspective. When we get together and we reminisce, they were babies [at the time]. So they don't share those same memories. I can't really speak for them but I would understand why they don't have the same sentiments that we all do."

Even though Michelle won't be able to make the Tanner family reunion in "Fuller House," she has a pretty good reason for staying in New York, as she’s currently "working on creating her fashion empire." That, of course, is a direct nod to the Olsen twins’ real-life careers as the heads of two major fashion labels, The Row and Elizabeth and James.

Plus, fans can also expect to hear plenty of Michelle’s iconic phrases from the '80s series -- yes, including "You got it, dude!"

All 13 episodes of "Fuller House" hit Netflix on Feb. 26.