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'Full House' Reunion: John Stamos Wants To Make It Happen

09/04/2012 01:43 pm 13:43:53 | Updated Nov 04, 2012

Are the Tanners getting together for a "Full House" reunion?

Many former TV co-stars are reuniting as of late -- from the cast of "Roseanne" to a new season of "Arrested Development" to "Will and Grace" alumni on "Smash" -- and former "Full House" John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on the family series, wants to get in on the action.

When Vulture asked Stamos about long-running rumors of a "Full House" remake, he said, "I was flattering myself to think that James Franco might play me, and Steve Carell could do the Bob Saget role."

Though he knows that's not happening, Stamos said he's still in for a "Full House" reunion. "I think if we're going to do anything, we should do it while we're all still looking okay. We should get together and do reunion for TV Land or something," he told Vulture. "I don't know. It's 25 years this September since it first started airing, and no matter what I do, that's how people think of me. I've tried in the past to forget it and not be associated with it, but I've since learned to embrace it."

Seems like Stamos has finally learned that everywhere you look, there's a face ... that wants you to bring back Uncle Jesse's mullet.

Tahj Mowry, who currently stars on ABC Family's "Baby Daddy," played Michelle Tanner's friend Teddy on "Full House" and told Hollyscoop in July that he'd like to reunite with the cast too.

"I would totally be on board for a 'Full House' reunion," Mowry said. "I just did a special for TV Guide a couple months back and I finally realized how big that show really was ... I actually talk to Jodie [Sweetin, who played Stephanie Tanner] every now and then on Twitter and I see Candace [Cameron, who played DJ Tanner] all the time, because she's a good friend of my sister Tamera."

Below, check out other TV reunions we're crossing our fingers for and for more from Stamos, head over to Vulture.

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