HOLY GOODNESS GRACIOUS.
There you have it, bbs! Becky is still On The Run -- see what we did there?? LOLz!
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While most of the cast signed on, Mary-Kate and Ashley opted out, a sad fact at which John Stamos has thrown some shade, even joking he wanted Elizabeth Olsen to play the sisters' role on Fuller House.
But how does the show address the noticeable absence? Stars Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin have opened up to Us Weekly about it!
We already knew that the Fuller House explains Michelle's absence by mentioning she's in New York to start her fashion line — an obvious nod to the twins' real life business.
However, Bure revealed when her TV sis' other
There's no way they're not going to be in at least one episode, right?
Sure, Michelle may only be one person, but how funny would it have been to watch MK&A switch back and forth now that we can actually tell them apart? LOLz!
Well, it seems as though we're not the only ones who are gonna miss the twins, because the rest of the Netflix series' cast is still talking about their absence about three months after it was first reported!
While speaking to People, John Stamos joked about a moment he had with Lori Laughlin about why the girls are skipping the reboot, saying:
John Stamos was in a nostalgic mood on Sunday afternoon, when he decided to reach back into his archives — 1989, to be exact — and pull out the MOST adorable video of Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen from their time on Full House!
No Sookie for you, Gilmore Girls fans!
We had a tiny glimmer of hope that Melissa McCarthy might make a small cameo in the Gilmore Girls revival — but now that hope is dead!
In a recent interview, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said they would "write her a scene" if the Spy star had any free time available from her busy filming schedule.
Sherman-Palladino reportedly told Melissa's team that the production would "put her right in" a scene if she were to drop by when she was available.
But that's not what the Ghostbusters star is saying!
Responding to a fan inquiry on Twitter on Tuesday, the 45-year-old seemed to make it pretty clear that she wasn't planning on coming back to the series. She wrote:
We're beyond excited for the Gilmore Girls revival to bring back our favorite characters from Stars Hollow!
Though some of the original castmates won't be returning for the four-part Netflix miniseries, series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is willing to pull some strings for one former cast member turned movie star — Melissa McCarthy!
The writer explained that she would LOVE for the actress to make a quick cameo as Sookie St. James in the revival, but isn't getting her hopes up due to McCarthy's insane filming schedule!
Speaking to TVLine, Sherman-Palladino said:
Creator and producer Jeff Franklin spoke to E! News on Monday about the Elizabeth Olsen casting rumors, saying:
The premiere season of Fuller House will bring back the entire cast from the original series — except for Michelle Tanner!
John Stamos revealed that he reached out to the famous sisters in hopes they would reprise the role that shot them to super stardom, but explained that they "don't consider themselves actresses" anymore.
But according to executive producer Bob Boyett, the 29-year-olds aren't returning to the spinoff series for a few different reasons!
Speaking to People, Boyett explained: