Ever since Fuller House debuted on Netflix, there has been some serious Full House nostalgia everywhere you look. Whether it’s a Tanner family reunion on late-night TV, or Jodie Sweetin competing on Dancing With the Stars, one thing is certain — we’re going to be saying, “Have mercy” until the end of time.
The Netflix revival has fulfilled our wildest dreams by having nearly the entire cast return to the small screen — even D.J.’s ex-boyfriend, Steve, and Stephanie’s “husband” Harry. While we were excited to see them come back, we couldn’t help but wonder what happened to the rest of their former flames — and why aren’t they on Fuller House yet?
So to make the rest of your ’90s fantasies come true, Yahoo TV sat down with Tommy Page, David Lipper (Viper) and Scott Menville (Duane) to reminisce about their time on Full House, to find out whether or not they would want to return to Fuller House.
In the video above, Tommy Page reminisces about singing “Stephanie” to Stephanie, going on a date with D.J., and even kissing one of the Olsen twins (he just doesn’t remember which one it was).
Viper, who was in Uncle Jesse’s band, Hot Daddy and the Monkey Puppets, and later dated D.J., breaks down in the scene in which he serenaded her to try to win her back. To make your hearts swoon even more, there’s this: Lipper says the Fuller House production has contacted him to check his availability for Season 2!
And Kimmy Gibbler’s ex, Duane (played by Menville), tells Yahoo TV, “When I auditioned, Duane had more lines, and then when I got to set, it was revamped into this funnier ‘whatever’ thing.”
For even more Full House nostalgia, check out the video below to hear Jurnee Smollett-Bell reminisce about her time on the hit show, as Michelle’s best friend, Denise.
Fuller House is now streaming on Netflix.