Jodie Sweetin's daughters Zoie, 7, and Beatrix, 5, went to the live taping of the first episode of Mom's new spinoff – and reported back to PEOPLE

By Rennie Dyball
Updated January 31, 2016 10:30 AM
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Jodie Sweetin‘s daughters Zoie and Beatrix were among the lucky 300 audience members at the live taping of the Fuller House premiere episode (PEOPLE, was too!), and they had plenty of opinions about the show.

In their very first TV review, Zoie, 7, and Beatrix, 5, weighed in on the episode, their favorite characters (both dig Uncle Jesse) and more.

“My kids are huge Full House fans. Zoie was thrilled to be there,” says Sweetin, 34. “And after the show, she was like tugging on me going, ‘Mommy, I want to meet Uncle Jesse.’ I was like, you were at Uncle Jesse’s house, you were swimming in his pool. She said, ‘I was?’ ”

And Beatrix partnered up with the emcee to entertain the audience between takes with her rendition of Katy Perry’s “Roar.”

“Bea is apparently our new audience warmup person,” Sweetin says with a laugh, adding that the emcee joked that he would have her read poetry and tap dance next. “She goes, ‘Mommy, they’re all gonna watch me do a whole show!’ ”

Watch the video above to see what both Zoie and Beatrix thought of the first episode of Fuller House, streaming on Netflix Feb. 26.