'Full House' cast sets the record straight: Will there be a reunion?

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It's been 19 years since "Full House" ended in 1995, and yet to this day fans are still clamoring for a reunion. Will it actually happen, though?

Unfortunately, it doesn't seem very likely. Three of the show's cast members, Candace Cameron Bure, Lori Loughlin and Andrea Barber, appeared on "Good Morning America" Friday (May 16) to talk about the show and the likelihood that the Tanner family will grace TV screens again.

They all seem content with the show being a thing of the past. "I know for me, like growing up watching, whatever, 'The Brady Bunch', and then the reunion show comes back and it's always a little bit of a disappointment, in my opinion," Loughlin explains. "Sometimes I think things are better off just left where they are." 

However, that doesn't mean the cast isn't close anymore. "We love each other so much," She says. "I really felt, as an audience, that really came across."  Bure adds, "They are family to me."

They were also able to share some of their fondest memories from the show. For Barber, who played Kimmy Gibbler, it's an easy choice. "Being able to mouth off to Bob Saget was a highlight," she says.

You can watch the full segment at the "Good Morning America" website.
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