Reports and photos from the “Fuller House” set have painted a picture of the cast being super excited to be working together again, something Lori Loughlin reiterates on “Home and Family” on Hallmark Channel.
“I don’t even have words, it was so wonderful. In many ways it was like we never left,” says Loughlin, though she says they are a few differences.
“Now [the Tanner daughters] understand Bob Saget’s dirty sense of humor,” says Loughlin with a laugh. “When they were little, it kind of went over their heads. But now they get it.
When asked if any of the girls fire back, Loughlin says “Jodie Sweeten especially, she is on it. She is very, very funny.”
A viewer asks what the funniest thing is that has happened on set so far, which Loughlin isn’t sure she can share.
“Things I can’t even say on TV,” says Loughlin. “But I will say this — Dave Coulier can do all kinds of voices, all kinds of characters. I think 1000 little people live in his head. … They call me ‘the enabler’ because I laugh the loudest. I encourage him, I 100 percent encourage him, but I can’t help myself. He’s so dang funny.”
“Fuller House” premieres in 2016 on Netflix and Loughlin’s next Hallmark movie, “Garage Sale Mystery: The Wedding Dress,” premieres Sunday, Aug. 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.