Unless you've been hiding under a rock this past week, you probably already know by now that a "Full House" revival is officially coming to the small screen in 2016.
But the "Watch What Happens Live" audience got a special sneak peek of the reboot when "Full House" veteran Lori Loughlin paid a visit to the show Wednesday night.
"Michelle, I can fix this in no time," said Lori Loughlin on "Watch What Happens Live."
"No, don't fix anything. Let's just forget about the race," said Andy Cohen.
"Honey, if you're upset about the car's wheel falling off..." said Lori.
"I'm not upset! I just changed my mind! I'm a kid, it happens!" said Andy.
Okay, hopefully, the real revival's producers can get Mary Kate and Ashley Olson on board so Andy Cohen doesn't have to step in as Michelle Tanner. Creeeeepy...
But we gotta say, Lori totally nailed her old role as Aunt Becky. It almost felt like we were back in the '90s again!
Now, Lori hasn't officially confirmed she's on board to join her old co-stars for the new, 13-episode season.
But she did confess to Andy Wednesday she "certainly hopes" she'll make an appearance in the reboot, creatively dubbed "Fuller House."
Well, even if Aunt Becky isn't making a comeback, at least John Stamos, Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber are all on board.
"Fuller House" is expected to premiere on Netflix sometime in 2016. Hope to see you there, Lori!