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It’s now been just over two months since the unforeseen death of Bob Saget.

And for some of the Full House family that he left behind, they got to share some fond memories of the comedian with each other, and with fans, when they attended 90s Con in Hartford, Connecticut over the weekend.  

One of the big take-aways from the 1990s-themed convention was that several of the stars of the original sitcom Full House and the reboot Fuller House, would be in favor of doing a third iteration of the series. 

Some of Bob Saget's Full House co-stars lit u at the idea of having a third iteration of the sitcom in the future, during an interview with Today

More Full House? Some of Bob Saget’s Full House co-stars lit up at the idea of having a third iteration of the sitcom in the future, during an interview that aired on Today on Monday

Another reboot: Full House alum Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger confessed they would do another Full House reboot 'in a heartbeat' during a chat with NBC's Joe Fryer

Another reboot: Full House alum Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger confessed they would do another Full House reboot ‘in a heartbeat’ during a chat with NBC’s Joe Fryer

Candace Cameron Bure, Dave Coulier, Andrea Barber and Scott Weinger, or better known to their Full House fans as D.J. Tanner, Joey Gladstone, Kimmy Gibbler and Steve Hale, respectively, were all on hand to represent the show at the convention. 

During an interview with the Today show, they revealed the event was the most time they had spent together since the sudden passing of Saget, who died in January at the age of 65 from head trauma after accidentally hitting the back of his head.

While discussing how impressive it was to see the different generations of fans who showed up to the convention, the actors were asked about the possibility of another version of Full House.  

All things 1990s: The four Full House actors attended 90s Con in Hartford, Connecticut over the weekend, which is a 1990s-themed convention

All things 1990s: The four Full House actors attended 90s Con in Hartford, Connecticut over the weekend, which is a 1990s-themed convention

All in: 'Like, okay, we'll do "Fullest House," Coulier joked when discussing another series reboot, before adding, 'I think we would in a heartbeat,' for which Barber and Cameron Bure were quick to agree

All in: ‘Like, okay, we’ll do “Fullest House,” Coulier joked when discussing another series reboot, before adding, ‘I think we would in a heartbeat,’ for which Barber and Cameron Bure were quick to agree

Bob's blessing: Barber (second to right) shared that she thinks Saget would give his blessing to another Full House reboot

Bob’s blessing: Barber (second to right) shared that she thinks Saget would give his blessing to another Full House reboot

‘Like, okay, we’ll do “Fullest House,” Coulier joked, before adding, ‘I think we would in a heartbeat,’ for which Barber and Cameron Bure were quick to agree. 

Not only would Barber jump at the opportunity to do another Full House reboot, she also thinks their beloved late co-star would give his blessing.   

The original Full House series, which also starred John Stamos, Jodie Sweetin, Lori Loughlin and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, premiered on ABC back in 1987, and went on to become a bonafide hit during its eight season run until 1995.    

Some of the stars returned, either as main characters or in recurring roles, for the reboot, Fuller House, which aired on Netflix for five seasons between 2016 and 2020. 

Bittersweet: The actors revealed the convention was the most time they had spent together since the sudden passing of Saget, who died in January at the age of 65 from head trauma after accidentally hitting the back of his head.

Bittersweet: The actors revealed the convention was the most time they had spent together since the sudden passing of Saget, who died in January at the age of 65 from head trauma after accidentally hitting the back of his head.

Bonafide hit: Full House ran for eight seasons on ABC from 1987-1995

Bonafide hit: Full House ran for eight seasons on ABC from 1987-1995

Round two: Some of the Full House stars returned, either as main characters or in recurring roles, for the reboot, Fuller House, which aired on Netflix for five seasons from 2016-2020; original leading men Saget and John Stamos had recurring roles in the reboot

Round two: Some of the Full House stars returned, either as main characters or in recurring roles, for the reboot, Fuller House, which aired on Netflix for five seasons from 2016-2020; original leading men Saget and John Stamos had recurring roles in the reboot

Returning for a second reboot, only this time without Saget, would not be an easy task for the actors.

‘It would be hard but I think Bob would want that,’ Barber revealed. 

And while this past weekend’s convention was bittersweet for all four of the Full House alum, in the end the experience turned out to be cathartic.

‘It’s still hard to talk about it because he was such a huge part of our family, and he was the central figure that always brought us together,’ Coulier added.  

In honor of Saget, Cameron Bure, Coulier, Barber and Weinger all wore special bracelets with his name on it, which were previously given to them by a fan.   

Saget left behind his wife Kelly Rizzo, whom he married in 2018, and three adult children from his first marriage to Sherri Kramer.

Tribute: In honor of Saget, Cameron Bure, Coulier, Barber and Weinger all wore special bracelets with his name on it to the convention

Tribute: In honor of Saget, Cameron Bure, Coulier, Barber and Weinger all wore special bracelets with his name on it to the convention

Beloved Bob bracelet: The Full House alum had a specially colored 'Bob' bracelet that was previously given to them by a fan

Beloved Bob bracelet: The Full House alum had a specially colored ‘Bob’ bracelet that was previously given to them by a fan

RIP: Saget passed away on January 9 from a brain bleed caused by accidental head trauma that occurred after he checked into the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Orlando, Florida; the comedian is pictured in December 8 in Los Angeles, one month before his death

RIP: Saget passed away on January 9 from a brain bleed caused by accidental head trauma that occurred after he checked into the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Orlando, Florida; the comedian is pictured in December 8 in Los Angeles, one month before his death

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