\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Play video content\n \n \n \n \n \n\n \n \n \n Bob SagetHis close friends say they\u2019ve been amazed at the reactions from the fans since they lost him earlier this year - and now they\u2019re giving the fans back a special tribute.\n Lori Loughlinwhich rarely appears in public today, joined John Stamos, John Mayer and Jeff Ross On an Instagram live chat about their dearly departed friend, Lori talked about what she calls the "most touching part" of their grief process.\n He talked about strangers who told him how sorry they were for his loss, but also told how much Bob meant to them. He said he "was the father of all, part of every childhood."\n \n\n \n \n\n \n Four of them discussed a new Netflix specialty, "Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute." It was recorded at the Comedy Store in WeHo in late January, and Mayer said it was "the first time we came together when our heads had started to grow around this new reality."\n He also described it as "this great moment between acceptance, but still in great pain."\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n There will also be a tribute Jim Carrey, Chris Rock and several other famous friends of Bob.\n Jeff said: "[Bob] always wanted a Netflix special, "Ross, 56, said at some point live." I don't think anyone's funeral has been on television since Lady Diana died, so the fact that it's happening to Bob now is pretty bittersweet, but I think he would be proud of it. "\n The special program was released on Netflix on Friday.\n \r\nLori Loughlin Says Bob Saget Fans Keep Reaching Out, 'Most Touching Part' Source link Lori Loughlin Says Bob Saget Fans Keep Reaching Out, 'Most Touching Part'