Bob Saget visited the home that helped make him famous on the '90s sitcom “Full House.” That’s right, fans, Danny Tanner reconnected with his old digs on Friday.

The 57-year-old actor was in the San Francisco area and decided to take a snapshot of himself in front of the home. He posted it to his Twitter account, saying, “"In San Fran," he wrote. "Couldn't resist.”

Saget’s visit to the house wasn’t premeditated, he told Us Weekly. He was in town and decided on a whim to see it. "I was going to do a big radio show, and I said to my driver, 'Radio can wait, take me to the 'Full House' house.' It literally was a drive-by. I photobombed the 'Full House' house yesterday," he told the celebrity website. "I took like 20 pictures because I thought I didn't look good in any of these -- you can't see the house! You gotta really show that that's the house!"

His old pals John Stamos and Dave Coulier, who also rose to fame on the series playing cool Uncle Jessie and quirky Joey, decided to comment on picture posted to Saget’s social media account.

“Cool, The Munsters' house," Stamos, 49, quipped on the mini-blog. Coulier, 53, added, "Can you see if my underpants are still hanging on the gutter?"

So how did Saget feel about being back after all these years?

"It was creepy! Because cars were going by, and I was like I gotta get out of here!" he told Us Weekly. "And a couple people kinda looked at me. One guy on a moped stopped with a look that was like, 'Oh, come on!' Because it's like, I'm in it! If I'm standing in front of that house . . . some poor lady lives there and it's a well-known house now. People go there and see it like it's a cool thing. It's nice that it's not a negative memory. It's a home-cooked meal memory. So it was kind of weird being there."