There few things more late '80s/early '90s than "Full House" and New Kids on the Block, so seeing the two come together in "Fuller House" Season 2 was almost too good to be true -- and not just for the sitcom's fans.

Netflix released a new behind-the-scenes video Tuesday that reveals just how excited the show's cast was to have the iconic boy band appear in an episode. Everyone looks pumped about it, but the excitement was clearly at peak levels for Andrea Barber (Kimmy) and Candace Cameron Bure (D.J.). It turns out they had been wanting NKOTB on the show for 30 years.

"That was, for Andrea and Candace, something they had always wanted," says Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) in the video. "It was a dream come true."

Both Barber and Bure further explain their fandom, revealing that they've been going to NKOTB concerts since their "Full House" days. Not surprisingly, they've managed to accumulate a ton of the band's merchandise over the years.

"They outfitted almost the entire concert arena with my shirts," says Barber. "It's not crazy, it's cool."

Their enthusiasm is obvious in the episode clips shown in the video. In fact, it doesn't look like it took any acting at all to sing their hearts out to the band's music."Fuller House" Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.

[via: Netflix]

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NETFLIXTVGFebruary 25, 2016

Widow D.J. Tanner-Fuller lives in San Francisco with sister Stephanie and single mom Kimmy Gibbler. Read More