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How To Watch Bob Saget's America's Funniest Home Videos Tribute

Fans of stand-up comedy and late '80s/early '90s sitcoms lost a legend this past week. Bob Saget, best known for his role of Danny Tanner on "Full House," died at the Ritz-Carlton in Grande Lakes, Florida in the middle of his stand-up tour. He was only 65 years old. 

Not long after the announcement of his death came in, words of support and praise began pouring from those who knew him. For example, John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse on "Full House," tweeted, "I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock. I will never ever have another friend like him. I love you so much Bobby." Even Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen issued a rare public statement, stating, "Bob was the most loving, compassionate and generous man. We are deeply saddened that he is no longer with us but know that he will continue to be by our side to guide us as gracefully as he always has" (via CinemaBlend).

However, the acclamation isn't done yet. If you feel like crying this Sunday evening, you should know where to tune in to where you can see another loving tribute to Saget.

America's Funniest Home Videos will air a special tribute to Bob Saget on January 16

Danny Tanner may be Bob Saget's most recognizable role, but it's far from the only long-standing gig he held in his illustrious career. From 1989 to 1997, he served as the host for "America's Funniest Home Videos," offering wry commentary on all manners of hilarious shenanigans that were sent in. As such, it only seems appropriate that the series, which still airs new episodes, pay tribute to someone so instrumental in the show's success.

According to Variety, "America's Funniest Home Videos" will air a special tribute to Saget this Sunday night, January 16, at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT. In a preview clip, current "AFHV" host Alfonso Ribeiro introduces the segment that appears to go through some of Saget's best moments while hosting the series, including a time when he sat down with his successor, Tom Bergeron, about his signature hosting style.

The YouTube video description also asks people to consider donating to the Scleroderma Research Foundation, which seeks to raise awareness surrounding the condition as well as raise funds to find a cure. Saget was a major proponent of the organization as the disease took the life of his sister, Gay Saget, in 1994.