Fuller House, fuller hearts! John Stamos had a heart-to-heart with Mary-Kate Olsen on Tuesday, April 28, after the actor recently called "bulls—" on his Full House costar and her twin sister Ashley.
Had a sweet talk with M.K today!! There way more important things going in the wold today. #Family
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) April 29, 2015
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Stamos, 51, who played Uncle Jesse to the Olsen twins' Michelle Tanner for eight years on Full House, had a strongly worded response to the designers' claims that they were not contacted about the upcoming series reboot on Netflix, Fuller House.
Initially, Mary-Kate told fashion publication Women's Wear Daily that she and her sister had "just found out" about the reboot after Stamos himself confirmed Fuller House was happening. "I guess we're going to talk to the creators and see what's happening," she said.
Stamos sniped back and tweeted on Monday, April 27: "I call bulls—."
Other Full House cast members also chimed in on the Olsen twins' lack of involvement in the reboot, including Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner) and Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky).
"It would be great if one of them came back," Bure told Us Weekly, "but I'm not holding my breath."
Loughlin, meanwhile, dropped by Us Weekly's headquarters in NYC, where she gave a funny suggestion of her own. "Maybe their younger sister Lizzie! That would be fun, right?" she told Us last Friday, April 24. "They are all beautiful. They have good genes!"
Though Loughlin and the Olsen twins are not confirmed to return for Fuller House, most of the original cast members are expected to join the one-hour Full House special in 2016, which will then be followed by 12 episodes of an original Netflix series.
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