Ladies of 'Full House' Reunite

Cast members reminisce about working on the hit '90s sitcom.
3:00 | 05/16/14

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? Wow. Candace has loyal fans rooting for her every week on "Dancing with the stars." And you can see why. But her biggest boosters are her co-stars from "Full house." ABC's Chris Connelly got the women from the classic sitcom together for an incredible reunion. Reporter: They're fondly remembered as aunt Becky, oldest daughter, D.J. Tanner, and that pestering next door neighbor, kimmy gibbler. I can help. My hamster just had triplets. Reporter: All on "Full house," the sitcom about an unconventional family, that ran on ABC from 1997 to 1985. We love each other so much. I felt like as an audience member, that came across. Reporter: Out of the house for nearly 20 years, co-stars Lori Loughlin, Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea barber are bffs. Candace has been killing it on "Dancing with the stars." And Andrea and I have been watching and voting. It means everything to me. And they are family to me. That is my whole childhood, from 10 to 18. Dad, there's no problem. Kimmy, do you have a problem? Well, your dad is kind of nosey. I love to get in those zingers and those one-liners. Being able to mouth off to bob saget. Reporter: Now, with a masters in women's studies and two kids of her own, Andrea has gotten Candace to run a 10k with her. In her mind, one episode stands out. My favorite, by far, is the one where D.J. Forgets kimmy's birthday. It's nice to know you all care about me, even though my best friend doesn't. We joke about that every July 3rd, my actual birthday. Reporter: She shares in her book. And Candace recalls relying on Lori's support. It can be a strange thing in front of all of America. When I had a question, even with my first kiss, I was like, Lori, what do I do? Do I open my eyes? Do I close my eyes? Reporter: What did you say to her? You close them. Okay. Reporter: To toast their friend for their "Dancing with the stars," support, Candace has arranged for champagne, as our conversation continues. I had the offbeat boyfriends. And remember the ex-con, that weird guy. Yes. And at the end of the show, the producers came up with a bag of Hershey's kisses. Here are some kisses you'll actually enjoy. I had to tell soon, this boy put his tongue in my mouth. And I said, please tell him to never do that again. I had to say that with Stamos. Can you tell him to stop? Reporter: Lori has two children and a starring role on "When calls the heart." But that "Full house" reunion may not be in the cards. Sometimes I think things are better off just left the way they are. Reporter: That means, as treasured friends today, with a special legacy they're proud to share. We don't have a lot of room here. But we have a lot of love. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Chris Connelly, ABC news, Los Angeles. Terrific to see them together again. And the "Dancing with the stars" two-night finale begins on Monday, 8:00 eastern, 7:00 central, right here on ABC.

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