0:12 - A beautiful view of San Francisco featuring the Painted Ladies! Okay, can we talk? This is not where the Full House gang lived so stop saying that. They had a picnic here. That's it! (I care too much.)
0:17 - Sad music reminiscent of The WB challenges the notion that you can't go home again and the real Full House house appears. Maybe you cry or maybe something's just in your eye. No judgment.
0:23 - Their kitchen has been remodeled because some interior decorator never heard the aphorism: If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
0:24 - The word "eat" is painted on the wall, which is a good enough excuse for me to include my favorite Michelle Tanner eats stuff gifs:
0:25 - There is some kids' artwork hanging. These kids won't be Michelle or Stephanie so I plan to ignore them completely.
0:27 - February 26th is the premiere date a.k.a. when our lives change very slightly. Bring it.
0:33 - The living room has also been redecorated. A pillow reads "home." This interior decorator is so literal.
0:37 - "Life is full again." I mean, it would be fuller if the Olsen twins were involved in this, but okay sure.
0:38 - OMG, a baby Golden Retriever!!! Comet's offspring! Actually, I can't handle the idea of Comet being dead. Let's just pretend Michelle became a scientist and figured out how to reverse-age canines. So let's try that again: OMG, a baby
Golden Retriever and still very vital Comet!!!
0:42 - "Gosh, it feels so good to be back!" D.J. says from outside. If she's not living here yet, who redecorated? Stephanie's way cooler than this Martha Stewart Home nonsense. And Kimmie would never. Aunt Becky? Yeah, she would. Glad we settled that.
0:44 - "I'll grab little Tommy," Stephanie says from behind the door. In 20 years, little Tommy will decline to participate in Fullest House.
0:46 - "Max, the hair, huh?" Uncle Jesse is still not into people touching his hair, which is totally his prerogative. We can't see him, but he's definitely still really hot.
0:48 - "Max, cut. It. Out!" Uncle Joey is back too! And this Max person sounds like a real problem.
0:53 - "Jackson, can you watch your brother?" Wow, D.J. was really busy.
0:58 - "D.J., you don't need movers. You got us." The series' sugary-sweetness is still intact.
1:00 - The door finally opens and fade to black.
Hmm. Well, that wasn't really much to go on, but two things are clear: I will definitely be watching in February and I'm really jazzed that Comet is still alive and will never ever die.