Here's where all of the main characters end up on 'Fuller House'
D.J. marries Steve and welcomes Kimmy and Stephanie to continue living with her.
If you thought the show may go back and forth between #TeamMatt and #TeamSteve some more on the final episodes, it didn't.
Steve and D.J. were completely committed to one another by the time the mid-season premiere of season five began. Almost miraculously, Steve and D.J.'s ex, Matt, are pretty good friends and D.J. continues to run the vet clinic with Matt as well.
D.J. had been surprisingly cheery throughout the five seasons despite losing her husband, Tommy, offscreen at the show's start. In a rare moment, in the finale, D.J. has a heart-to-heart with her family, admitting she was at her lowest point before Kimmy and Stephanie moved into the Tanner home.
"I honestly wasn't sure how to keep going. But you taught me how to live again and how to love again," said D.J. "And now, thanks to all of you, I finally have the strength to set you free and let you live your own lives with your own families."
After hearing her speech, Kimmy and Steph ask D.J. if they can stay in the Tanner home and raise their families together. A tearful D.J. accepts.