It's been so long since Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have been on TV that we almost had to do a double-take when they appeared on Friday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
The twins, who last made a television appearance back in 2010, were on-hand to promote their new fragrances, but in true Ellen fashion, the talk-show host put them on the spot with a game, asking the girls what sets them apart from each other.
They were given paddles that said "her" and "me" and after each question they would flip the paddle to show which answer fit the sister best.
The usually shy twins shared a lot of secrets about themselves, like who is the messiest (they couldn't decide between the two), who is funniest (Ashley), who is the better dancer (Mary-Kate) and so much more.
However, there was no way the girls would be able to get off set without answering some burning questions about the still fan-favorite sitcom which they appeared on as babies. "It's incredible. I guess people who grew up with us are now having kids and now they're kids are watching it," Ashley said. "It's still relevant and it's amazing."
And even though they were so young at the time, the girls have nothing but fond memories of the show, even if their co-stars, Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier, were a little inappropriate at times.
"They were very inappropriate. We probably couldn't talk about it here," Ashley said. "They were three comedians. We grew up with three comedians that just had fun together."