Have mercy! John Stamos had a strongly worded response to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's claims that they had not been consulted about the upcoming Full House reboot, Fuller House.
"I call bulls---," the man also known as Uncle Jesse tweeted, with a link to a story about how he "forgot" to tell his on-screen nieces about the Netflix reunion.
Stamos is producing the new series, which will follow a grown-up (and widowed) D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) raising her kids with BFF and fellow single mom Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
"We just found out about it today," fashion designer Mary-Kate, 28, told Women's Wear Daily the day after Stamos confirmed the rumors of a spinoff were true. "I guess we're going to talk to the creators and see what's happening."
But just because they know about it now doesn't mean they'll participate. "It would be great if one of them came back," Bure told Us Weekly exclusively at the Dancing With the Stars 10th anniversary party in Los Angeles on April 21, "but I'm not holding my breath."
Full House star Lori Loughlin, who is not confirmed to take part but is in talks, had a suggestion should the sisters decline the opportunity. "Maybe their younger sister Lizzie! That would be fun, right?" she suggested to Us Weekly when she dropped by the studio on Friday, April 24. "They are all beautiful. They have good genes!"
Most of the cast is expected to return for a one-hour Full House special in 2016, followed by 12 episodes of a Netflix series.