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John Stamos has spent the months since Bob Saget died singing the praises of his friend and making sure his Full House co-star’s memory lives on. Just days after Netflix released Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute — in which Stamos joined comedians and musicians including John Mayer, Jeff Ross, Jim Carrey and Chris Rock to memorialize Saget after his January death — the actor called out the Tony Awards for failing to include the comedian in the ceremony’s In Memoriam tribute.
Bob Saget passed away suddenly on January 9 at the age of 65 from a head trauma following a show in Florida. His memory has been kept alive through stories and jokes from people in the comedy world, his Full House family and his wife Kelly Rizzo. And even though his TV work always overshadows his stage performances, it doesn’t mean they didn’t happen. So when John Stamos caught wind ahead of the telecast that the comedian wasn’t going to be included in the Tony Awards’ In Memoriam segment, he went to Twitter to voice his opinion about the snub: