A great deal has been said with regards to Bob Saget’s classless comical inclination and affinity for grimy jokes in the weeks since the comic’s passing, yet all through the 1990s, it didn’t get more family cordial than his gigs as Full House father Danny Tanner and as host of America’s Funniest Home Videos. The standup comic’s actual parody, voiceover work and comedic timing assisted with solidifying the video accommodation cut show’s put on TV, as it proceeds with today. AFV honored its first host in quite a while January 16 episode, and one chief maker uncovered the show will keep broadcasting fragments regarding Bob Saget’s heritage for the rest of its 32nd season.
Current AFV have Alfonso Ribeiro driven a dismal recognition for Bob Saget toward the start of the episode that followed the parody legend’s January 9 demise at 65 years old. The previous host was displayed in a montage riding a toy vehicle in front of an audience, cooperating with a monkey and flaunting the various voices he used to portray watchers’ entries. Leader maker Vin Di Bona let Variety know there were basically such a large number of amusing minutes to restrict the recognition for simply that one episode.
Each host who followed Bob Saget as host of America’s Funniest Home Videos has brought their own brand of humor to the show, but it’s undeniable that Saget’s comedy had a certain charm, as well as a physical element that hasn’t been replicated. (Though if I missed the week that Tom Bergeron entered the stage by bursting through a window, I apologize.) Vin Di Bona wanting to show newer fans what endeared people to the series in the early years is a great tribute to Saget as we remember the wide spectrum of his talent.
Bob Saget’s friends, family and former co-stars have been vocal in their devastation over the loss of their friend on January 9. Fellow comedians have paid tribute by sharing their memories, including Steve Harvey talking about the email he received from Saget just two days before his death and Drew Carey remembering his visit to the Full House set.
As Bob Saget’s Full House daughters have shared memories of their TV dad — with even a rare public statement from Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen — Candace Cameron Bure has teamed up with Saget’s wife Kelly Rizzo on a hoodie design to raise funds for the Scleroderma Research Foundation, a cause dear to the late comedian’s heart. Bure also designed a sweatshirt that says “Love Like Jesus, Hug Like Bob Saget” to benefit SRF.
America’s Funniest Videos will air the segment “AFV Remembers the Saget Years” at different times during Season 32’s remaining 12 shows. AFV airs Sunday nights on ABC at 7 p.m. ET, and here are some other ideas for what to watch to remember Bob Saget.
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