Side-By-Side Pics Show How Much 'Full House' Has Changed In 29 Years


Look, "Full House" fans, I have some good news and bad news for you.

The bad news is "Full House" celebrated its 29th anniversary this week, which means you are most likely getting very old.

The good news is "Full House" will never ever be over thanks to the power of nostalgia-based reboots, aka "Fuller House."

Or maybe this is also bad news. I'm not sure.

On Thursday, Candace Cameron-Bure — aka DJ Tanner-Fuller — shared a pic on her Instagram in honor of the show's premiere 29 years ago.


The function of this picture is twofold: to make us feel happy "Full House" is forever, but also sad about the fact 29 years has not been nearly as kind to you as it has been to Stephanie Tanner.

Let's take a closer look, shall we?

Exhibit A: DJ Tanner.


I admit, I am sad she got rid of her wispy, poofy bangs. But I also understand why she did it.

Exhibit B: Stephanie Tanner.


Stephanie is rocking the side pony better than ever before. Also, she's really hot.

Exhibit C: Kimmy Gibbler


Kimmy has kept all of her delightfully weird charm and basically looks the same. I couldn't be happier about it.

Exhibit D: Jesse Katsopolis


I didn't think it was possible, but John Stamos actually got hotter with age. Well done, you.

Earlier this week, it was confirmed Netflix is officially making a second season of "Fuller House," which means you'll get to see all of these aged faces again soon.

Seriously, like REALLY soon. Season two of "Fuller House" is premiering on Netflix December 9.

Candace Cameron-Bure assured us all it's going to be a good time when she stopped by "The View" this week.

She said,

Merry Christmas!

Citations: Candace Cameron Bure Posts Epic Throwback of Full House Cast on the 29th Anniversary of the Show (PEOPLE)