Dancing With the Stars flashback!
Turns out, long before Danica McKellar and Candace Cameron Bure began battling it out on the ballroom floor, the two costarred together in the 1990 TV movie Camp Cucamonga, in which they played rival campers.
Oh, and in case two of the most beloved '90s TV stars appearing in a 1990 television movie isn't enough to make you feel nostalgic, then let us point out that the flick also features a star-studded cast, which includes A-lister Jennifer Aniston, Family Matters' Jaleel White (aka Steve Urkel), The Wonder Years' Josh Saviano and My Two Dads' Chad Allen.
In the clip, a young Cameron Bure, who is sporting her signature Full House bangs, is seen getting a bit jealous of McKellar as Danica's dance skills are superior to the young blonde's. At one point, Cameron Bure is pictured having a tough time mastering the dance moves for the group's performance, and McKellar is brought in to show her the ropes, but ends up replacing her, much to Canace's dismay.
Eventually, the two put aside their differences to film a music video at the camp, but Cameron Bure still can't hide her contempt for McKellar when the two later participate in the camp competition (with Aniston serving as the supervisor).
In reality though, the two Dancing With the Stars hoofers are both at the top of their game having earned two of the top scores during the show's season premiere. The Full House alum, who is paired up with Mark Ballas, scored an impressive 25 with her contemporary dance, while McKellar and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy notched a 24 with their debut fox trot.
What's more? Their time at Camp Cucamonga isn't the only rivalry the twosome one shared. After last week's show, the pair (who are actually very good friends and have been for a long time) revealed that they both previously dated Growing Pains star Jeremy Miller!
"I knew that Candace was Jeremy's ex-girlfriend. I mean, look, we were 13. Nothing was happening," Danica told E! News. "But like, I didn't know that he broke up with her for me. Like, I really didn't know that until last week!" She then joked that they may have to settle this on the show with "mud-wrestling...that's one of the new twists in the show. I'm kidding!"
And Candace was also quick to downplay the tangled teen romance web, clarifying that it was "a love triangle when we were like 11...We were like 11, I was not allowed to date until I was 16, so you can imagine it was a really big love triangle."
What '90s shenanigans will be unveiled next?!