You still don't got it, dude.
If you've been holding out hope to see Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen somehow reprise their joint role as Michelle Tanner on the "Full House" sequel series, "Fuller House," it may be time to let it go. After declining to be a part of Season 1, it appears that they have also opted out of the show's sophomore season. Lori Loughlin, who plays Aunt Becky, recently delivered the bad news to the Huffington Post in a Build Series interview.
"They're not on 'Fuller House' for a second season either," she said. "I'm not in any of those negotiations, nor am I privy to any information, only that I can say they're not on again for a second season."
The twins' absence was explained away in the first season in a way that seems true to real life -- Michelle is apparently too busy with her fashion empire to join her family on the West Coast. That wasn't the end of it, though. The show has seemed to delight in making some not-so-subtle jabs at the Olsens. For example, in Season 1, Episode 7, Ramona (Soni Bringas) shows off a new dress from the twins' Elizabeth and James line, leaving the door open for Kimmy (Andrea Barber) to quip that it's "no wonder they don't need to act anymore" given its price.
In spite of the jokes, the cast would welcome them back, if they chose to return, according to Loughlin, who shared how much they've enjoyed teaming up again. "It's been great for all of us to be reunited," she said.
Loughlin and fellow "Full House" vets John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Dave Coulier will pop up in three of "Fuller House" Season 2's 13 episodes, while stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Barber will continue to carry the show.
"Fuller House" Season 2 arrives on Netflix on Dec. 9.
[via: Huffington Post]