Fuller House fans, get a load of this: John Stamos posted an Instagram photo of Drake Bell on the Fuller House set. The Drake and Josh actor also shared the photo on Twitter on Saturday, as well as a tweet saying he's directing an episode of the Netflix reboot, and it looks like the two are discussing some pretty serious business. "Just finished directing an episode of Fuller House! [John Stamos] some blocking changes," he captioned the photo of the two actors sitting in that famous kitchen.
Stamos followed Bell's tweet with a post on Instagram that not only acknowledged the major feels we got from seeing two of our favorite '90s and 2000s childhood characters paired up, but also asked an important question that likely runs through all of our minds every time we see Drake Bell: Where's Josh Peck? Just last year, Bell reunited with his Drake and Josh co-star, Josh Peck, for an episode of Grandfathered, the sitcom starring Peck and Stamos as a father-son duo who reunite after 25 years of distance.
We're also not sure whether or not Drake Bell will actually appear in the episode he's directing, but if he does make an appearance, I, for one, cannot wait.
"When your childhoods collide! @drakebell on the set of #fullerhouse showing me his eggplant. #DrakeandJohn #WheresJosh," Stamos wrote in the photo's caption.
It hasn't been made clear when the next season of Fuller House will be released on Netflix, but the cast just recently began filming again. Last week John Stamos shared with his almost 2 million Instagram followers a photo of himself and the original cast — Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Candice Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber — on set.
Bell also teased a mini Drake and Josh revival back in December when he posted a series of videos to social media called "Where's Walter," in which his character, Drake Parker, and Yvette Nicole Brown's character Helen search for his missing stepfather played by Jonathan Goldstein.
The newest season of Fuller House is expected to premiere Netflix later this year.