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Classic Catchphrase Will Be Part of Fuller House 

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 Fans rejoice, because Jodie Sweetin best known for her role as Stephanie Tanner on Full House has confirmed in an recent interview with Access Hollywood that the infamous How rude catch phrase will be featured in the new spin off series Fuller House, due to hit Netflix in 2016.

The anticipated spin-off follows the now-grown D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure) as she navigates single motherhood with her sister, Stephanie (Jodie), and best friend, Kimmy (Andrea Barber). The premise is a twist on the original show’s framework that centered on Bob Saget’s flustered widower, Danny Tanner, as he raised three young daughters with the help of his brother-in-law (John Stamos) and buddy (Dave Coulier).

Sweetin had this to say about working on the project and being on set: “Being on set with everyone the first week or two was like, ‘Oh my God, we’re really doing this again. Like, we’re here!'” the actress told Access Hollywood at People’s Ones To Watch party on Wednesday.

“It was a trip. But now I’ve kind of settled into it a little bit more and it seems a little more normal,”  “It’s a huge blessing and I’m incredibly grateful to get to bring back such a beloved show.”

Jodie also promised that even though grown up Stephanie still has her youthful and witty attitude.

Full House ended its eight-season run in 1995, but the sitcom remains a pop culture relic. Jodie said the idea to revive the series has been simmering for years, but didn’t ignite until the right concept came along.

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