'Full House' Cast Members React to Bob Saget's Death

I'm still trying to wrap my head around Bob Saget's death.

You know how some celebrity deaths hit you a little harder than others? This one is pretty shocking and hard to believe.

The funny thing about Bob Saget is that I, like many of you, grew up watching him on Full House and America's Funniest Home Videos and always thought of him as this wholesome dad... Then one day we all found out that he does really raunchy stand up comedy. His Comedy Central Roast is one of the funniest things I've ever watched... It's on Paramount+ if you subscribe. I watched some of it last night. Just know if you decide to put it on, it is definitely not appropriate for kids.

The other thing that makes this difficult is knowing that he was a really good guy. He did a lot of charity work and everyone who ever met him, from close friends in Hollywood to radio DJs I know who got to interview him once, said he was super nice and really cared about people.

Here's what some of the people closest to him, his Full House cast mates, had to say on social media.

John Stamos said he is "gutted" and "in complete and utter shock."

Candace Cameron Bure posted a picture of them hugging on the set of Fuller House and said she doesn't want to say goodbye.

She also took to Twitter to say he was one of the best human beings she's ever known.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen released a joint statement, calling him a loving, generous, and compassionate man.

Dave Coulier said his heart is broken.

He also shared this picture on Instagram and said, "I'll never let go, brother."

Andrea Barber said Bob ended every text with "Love you" and that he loved deeply and fiercely.

Jodie Sweetin remembers the time she "out Bob'd Bob" and that he never missed a chance to say "I love you."


The cast released a joint statement saying they became a TV family thirty-five years ago and mourn Bob's passing as a real family now.

Such a sad loss. Rest in peace Bob Saget.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content