The Tanner household definitely has the right stuff.

'90s kids, prepare for the epic crossover of your teen dreams, as New Kids on the Block is set to guest star on Fuller House.

The Netflix hit's official Twitter account posted a photo of leading ladies Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber rocking NKOTB t-shirts to properly welcome the iconic boy band for a season two episode "@candacecbure @JodieSweetin @andreabarber got The Right Stuff to welcome some special guest stars! @NKOTB #NKOTBFH," was the cute pic's caption.

Hm...we wonder if Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood, Joey McIntyre, Jordan Knight or Jonathan Knight will become the object of any of the ladies' affection when they stop by to perform, because the trio are definitely fans of the band.

Back in February, Bure admitted in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes that NKOTB was the guest stars that got away during the original run of Full House, saying, "We never got New Kids on the Block." And Barber added, "We really want New Kids on the Block though. We'll put our vote for that." Mission accomplished, ladies!

Another epic blast from the past guest star fans can expect in season two? Growing Pains' Alan Thicke, who tweeted, "Fuller House is over its growing pains. Renewed season 2. See you there. See me on it. #fullerhouse @netflix @candacecbure @bobsaget." While many fans are hoping he plays Dr. Jason Seaver, all Thicke would tell us about his role was that D.J. sets him up with one of her friends in the episode. 

And it sounds like fans can expect a lot more cameos in the new season, with executive producer/Uncle Jesse himself John Stamos telling E! News, "There are a few guest stars that could be surprises for everybody that I'm working on, but as far as the show, we're just in a better place to make a good, solid sitcom now."

Fuller House season two is set to premiere later this year. 

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