On Sunday, actor and musician John Stamos posted on Instagram a home video showing him playing with co-star Mary Kate-Olsen and Ashley Olsen when the twins were 3 years old. The Full House cast was captured on the grass during a visit to Hawaii in 1989, and two years later, the American sitcom Full House debuted.
E Online reports that the twins, Mary Kate-Olsen and Ashley Olsen, dressed in matching magenta patterned outfits, gave John Stamos hugs and kisses. And the woman behind the camera tells the twins to “be nice to Jesse.”
The actor captioned the video, “#StamosHomeMovies #Fullerhouse Hawaii ’89 Mk/A #GiveHimaHug,”
John Stamos, playing Jesse Katsopolis on the sitcom, shared the clip online days before the February 26 debut of Netflix’s Full House spinoff series, Fuller House.
In the upcoming sequel, the adventures that started in 1987 on Full House will continue, with actress, producer and talk show panelist Candace Cameron-Bure as the veterinarian D.J. Tanner-Fuller, recently widowed and residing in San Francisco.
Then, D.J. Tanner-Fuller’s younger sister Stephanie Tanner portrayed by the television personality Jodie Sweetin, D.J.’s lifelong best friend Andrea Barber as Kimmy Gibbler, and Kimmy Gibbler’s feisty teenage daughter Ramona, all move in to help take care of D.J.’s three boys – the 12-year-old rebellious Jackson, 7-year-old Max (neurotic) and D.J.’s newborn baby, Tommy Jr.
However, Mary Kate-Olsen and Ashley Olsen will not be reprising their roles on the Full House reboot, but the show will give the twins a nod in the first episode.
John Stamos stated, “We were playing around with jokes. It’s not meant to be a diss. It’s just kind of like, ‘Oh!'”