Lori Loughlin lost many of her jobs after her involvement in the college admissions scandal, including her most famous role. She played Aunt Becky on “Full House” and Netflix’s “Fuller House” revival, but the latter came to an end on Tuesday without showing Loughlin’s maternal character. Still, they referenced her in the final episodes.

“Fuller House” Season 5, episode 15 features Jesse (John Stamos) trying to find out who bit his young daughter Pamela at school. He intends to have her bite him back, despite DJ’s (Candace Cameron Bure) insistence that it’s not a good idea.

"You don't think that maybe you should run this by Aunt Becky?" DJ asks.

“Aunt Becky is in Nebraska, helping out her mother," Jesse responds. "I don’t want to bother her with such a tiny little thing like this.”

“Right, because she’d tell you not to do what you’re about to do,” DJ notes.

“Exactly!” Jesse concludes.

Fuller House Aunt Becky Lori Loughlin and John Stamos are pictured in an episode of "Fuller House." Photo: Michael Yarish/Netflix

Loughlin is still seen briefly--albeit, not in new footage. A full cast photo from the later seasons of the original “Full House” appears in the opening credits.

Of course, Aunt Becky wasn’t the only family member missing from the final episodes. Michelle, the character originally played by Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, has never been seen in the revival. The Olsen twins have retired from acting and turned down offers to return. The show has poked fun at their absence.

The first reference was when Danny (Bob Saget) said, “Well, Michelle sends her love, but she's busy in New York running her fashion empire.” The cast stared straight into the camera, letting the audience know that they know it’s odd that one sister won’t be seen.

Another reference found Ramona buying a dress from the Olsens’ Elizabeth and James line. “At these prices, no wonder they don't need to act anymore,” Kimmy says.

The final season, which premiered Tuesday on Netflix, showed the crew referencing the youngest Tanner one last time. “Hey, how long are you going to keep Michelle’s bike?” Kimmy (Andrea Barber) asks.

“If she hasn’t come for it by now, she’s not coming,” Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) says.

No shade was thrown at Loughlin, despite her getting let go from the show last year after news of the college admissions scandal made headlines. The mother of two also lost all her gigs with the Hallmark Channel, including her role as a series regular on "When Calls the Heart." 

Loughlin pleaded guilty last month to conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. She and husband Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying $500,000 to Rick Singer in order to get their daughters into the University of Southern California. Under the plea deal, Loughlin has agreed to a two-month prison sentence, a $150,000 fine, two years of supervised release, and 100 hours of community service. A judge still has to approve and officially sentence the actress.

Fuller House Aunt Becky Lori Loughlin was absent from the final season of "Fuller House." Photo: Michael Yarish/Netflix