In case you haven’t heard, the late ’80s and early ’90s are back in a big way. 20th anniversary of Nirvana’s Nevermind. Countless MTV retrospectives on this the event of its thirtieth birthday. Old school Nick shows  like Clarissa Explains It All and Pete & Pete playing during the late-night, college-kids-need-something-to-do-at-1-in-the-morning-on-a-Thursday-night programming block. NKOTBSB (that would be the touring combination New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys, obviously…).

Pretty much the only thing that’s been missing is some sort of collaberation between the beloved-only-to-people-between-the-ages-of-twenty-and-thirty cast of Full House. You know who should really get together on something? John Stamos and Bob Saget, they’d be great together!

Oh, cool, they have, that’s great. See it here!

Ah! Ahhhh! Oh my god, that’s not what I meant!

The Stamos Spoonful...

Very nice, Collegehumor. Very nice. You win this round.

For more on our culture’s head on immersion in 1991-1992, you can go here. GQ on a decade that won’t die. NYT on the Nick nostalgia block.