Netflix's Bob Saget Tribute: The Most Touching (and Wildly Inappropriate) Moments From Dirty Daddy Special

Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute

How do you say goodbye to someone like Bob Saget? There was no one-size-fits-all answer for his nearest and dearest, who gathered to pay their respects during Netflix’s Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute. 

Filmed Jan. 30 at the Comedy Store in West Hollywood, the somber event served as “a celebration of Bob’s life in comedy” and the mark he made as Danny Tanner, “America’s Dad,” on ABC’s Full House.

“I’ve been saying that I’m not ready to say goodbye to him,” John Stamos remarked at the top of the special. “It just doesn’t seem real to me…. I see him out there, still doing what he does best: I see him on that stage, killing it, another two-hour set. He gets a standing ovation, brings out his guitar, does one of his funny songs… gets an encore, another encore, another encore… All of us would really like another encore from Bob tonight.”

What followed was a trip down memory lane, filled with tears, with laughter, and with joy. Keep scrolling for a roundup of the saddest, funniest and most cathartic moments…