One of the stars of Fuller House opened up on the cute jabs that were made at the Olsen twins on the Netflix series.

Fans everywhere were disappointed that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen declined to be part of the show based on the classic sitcom Full House where they shared the role of Michelle Tanner. Even though the series centers on DJ (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Kimmy (Andrea Barber), other members of the family made a few brief appearances here and there-- except for Michelle.

So, for fun, the show had a couple moments where Michelle's name was mentioned while mocking the fact that the Olsen twins weren't there.

In a report from In Touch on Tuesday, Bure dished on these jokes saying that it was all in good humor with no harm meant against anyone.

"We thought they were well-done and tongue-in-cheek," the actress said about the mockery. "They were little fun pokes at [Mary-Kate and Ashley] and especially 'breaking the fourth wall' so many times on the show when we did it, so they were just little nods to the acknowledgment of it- but I thought they were very playful and fun and there was nothing mean-spirited about them at all."

Bure also added that the cast members "had an amazing time doing the show." As for the possibility of Michelle showing up in some other way on the series, that remains unclear.

The Olsen twins started off as popular child stars with the sitcom as well as home movies. They eventually starred in other random flicks as teenagers.

At 29-years-old now, the sisters moved into the world of fashion with their line called The Row, and have pretty much left the acting world behind them.