Lori Loughlin reprises 'Full House' role with Andy Cohen and Jerry O'Connell
Lori Loughlin reprised her Full House role on Watch What Happens Live Wednesday night, playing Aunt Becky alongside Andy Cohen and Jerry O’Connell during a Clubhouse Playhouse segment. O’Connell and Cohen donned wigs to act out the parts of D.J. and Michelle, respectively. And Cohen really got into it.
The three reenacted a few lines from a season 7 episode called “Michelle a la Carte,” in which the littlest Tanner is ready to give up on the soapbox derby she’s racing in. Emotional music gives the scene just the right amount of drama.
Loughlin recently appeared on Access Hollywood Live to say that she would reprise her role again in the upcoming Netflix reboot Fuller House, if payment is “fair.” Currently, only former castmembers John Stamos, Candace Cameron-Bure, Andrea Barber, and Jodie Sweetin have officially signed on to the project. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who shared the role of Michelle, recently weighed in on whether they would be returning as well, with Ashley saying they’d like to get TV-dad Bob Saget’s advice.
Fuller House has a 13-episode order from the streaming service, and is set to premiere in 2016.