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'Fuller House' cast and New Kids on the Block are hangin' tough in set pics

New Kids on the Block are bringing the right stuff to "Fuller House" for a nostalgia-packed episode of the Netflix hit next season, and there's good news for fans who just can't wait to see the two late-'80s and early-'90s sensations come together — you don't have to!

While there's still no official drop date for Season 2 of the "Full House" spinoff, production shots shared on social media give everyone a chance to feel like they're hangin' tough with the former boy band and the leading ladies of the show.

Let's go!! #hangintougher on #fullerhouse !! #nkotb #netflix

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Well, most of the boy band. While Donnie Wahlberg is nowhere to be seen in the pics, bandmates Joey McIntyre, Danny Wood, and Jordan and Jonathan Knight joined in the fun at the Tanner-Fuller residence with stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber.

And it's clear the stars of the show aren't just playing the part of NKOTB fans in the episode. They're the real deal.

Hanging tough with these ladies!

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In fact, Barber might just qualify as a superfan.

When you're rehearsing the #NKOTB episode and @andreabarber is playing @joeymcintyre . #FullerHouse #behindthescenes

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But Sweetin obviously enjoyed the throwback fun, too.

It was so fun having @nkotb on #fullerhouse this past week!! Can't wait for you all to see this hilarious episode!!

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And Bure? Well, she goes way back with these guys.

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Curtain call.. Last nights taping! #fullerhouse #nkotb #netflix

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See how the fun unfolds when the episode — and the rest of Season 2 — hits Netflix later this year.

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