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The Full House cast say they've all stayed so close throughout the years that they consider one another family... which is why the heartfelt dedication included in episode one of the rebooted Fuller House is all the more special.

Actors John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier, along with Full House creator Jeff Franklin, reveal in a new People magazine cover story that all four heartbreakingly lost their mothers within a year. "There was just an instant support system," Coulier (a.k.a. Joey Gladstone) tells the mag. "I consider those guys my family. We're just always there for each other. We really made some extraordinary friendships that will last forever."

That bond is so strong that the first episode of Fuller House will be dedicated to those moms—Arlen Coulier, Carole Franklin, Dolly Saget, and Loretta Stamos—at the end of the premiere episode.

"That's the only sad part," Franklin added. "[That] our moms aren’t around to see this. We're putting an 'in loving memory' card at the end of the first show because this is something they would have loved."

Stamos echoed that sentiment, saying: "I miss my parents being here. It would be fun if they were. My mom loved [the original]."

Fuller House premieres in full on Netflix on February 26.