“We don’t want to lose the legacy of what the show was. It sounds so silly — I never thought I’d be saying ‘the legacy that is Full House,’ but it was a kid’s show,” Saget said.
And, to the delight of every ’90s child, he said the actors are truly close in real life. Saget even shared an anecdote about Tony Danza’s surprise at seeing the cast eating dinner together, years after Full House went off the air.
“Lightning hit that show.”
Check out the full clip below, chock full of sweet memories: