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First 'Fuller House' teaser gives glimpse of Netflix reboot: 'Welcome home'

At just over a minute, the first trailer for Netflix's "Full House" reboot is the definition of "teaser."

That's because while fans are treated to memorable San Francisco settings, ranging from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Tanner residence's "Painted Lady" Victorian exterior, the only cast member seen in this "Fuller House" trailer, released Thursday, is an adorable puppy.

Yet, in addition to the dulcet tones of Miranda Lambert's "The House That Built Me," viewers can hear the voices of many fan favorites — including Uncle Jesse (John Stamos), Danny (Bob Saget) and Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier), D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) and Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) — just beyond the front door.

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It's a little tough to decipher who's who with all the character names they mention, but it's safe to say the Tanner family has grown since they left us in 1995. But between Jesse's renewed warning to "Watch the hair" and Joey's ubiquitous catchphrase "Cut it out," there's a reason the whole thing still feels like a homecoming for fans of the show. That nostalgia kicks in big time when Danny intones, "Welcome home."

On the other side of the door, the aforementioned adorable puppy can barely contain its excitement: a totally deep metaphor for "Full House" super-fans everywhere. Within an hour of its Thursday-morning posting on Twitter, #FullerHouse was a nationally trending hashtag.

The description accompanying the YouTube video arguably offers more insight than the teaser itself: "The Full House adventures continue when D.J. Tanner-Fuller calls upon her sister, Stephanie, and her friend, Kimmy [played by Andrea Barber], to move in and help raise her three boys."

Hold up: D.J. Tanner-Fuller? We see what you did there, "Fuller House."

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Netflix is scheduled to release all of the "Fuller House" episodes Feb. 26.

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