"Fuller House" is welcoming home more than just the Tanner family.
Stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber stopped by Tuesday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to premiere a snippet from the first full trailer for the anticipated Netflix revival, revealing that the most memorable catchphrases from its beloved predecessor are also moving back in.
"How rude!," "Have mercy," "Cut. It. Out" and "Hola Tannerinos" are all heard during the clip, which features John Stamos' Uncle Jesse making a self-aware observation about the reunited gang.
"Before we eat, I have something very important to say," he says at the dinner table. "Damn, we all still look good!"
Despite more than 20 years having passed since "Full House" ended its eight-season run, Candace said the actors never lost touch with one another.
"Everyone thinks that it's just D.J. and Kimmy [who] are best friends, but Andrea and I have always been really close," she told Ellen.
When asked if they bring their children to the "Fuller House" set, Jodie said she's happy to include her little ones in on an experience that was such an important part of her own childhood.
"My girls made it for every show," she said. "My older daughter's almost 8, and my little one's 5, which is the same age I was when I started ['Full House']. To have that experience where I got to sit with them on the couch in the original set was a moment I never thought in a million years I'd get to have."
Ellen then shared an interesting idea to help keep the "Full House" tradition intact for generations to come.
"What if they grow up and do 'An Even Fuller House,' and they're on the show and they bring their kids?" she joked.
"That would be the fullest house ever," Andrea smiled.
"We'd be okay with that," Candace replied.
While "Fuller House" celebrates the return of many original cast members, Ellen pointed out that the reunion isn't quite complete without twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
The fashion moguls declined to reprise their dual role as youngest Tanner daughter Michelle, but Candace told Ellen that it'll never be too late for them to change their minds.
"The door's always open if they want to," she said.
Netflix will drop the entire 13-episode first season of "Fuller House" on Feb. 26.
-- Erin Biglow