Jimmy Kimmel honored Bob SagetA touching journey down the memory lane to celebrate’s legacy

For the first time, audiences are allowed into the studio. Jimmy Kimmel Live on Jan. 10, the late-night host spoke directly into the camera and delivered a moving tribute to his friend. While reflecting on all the messages people sent following the actor’s unexpected death over the weekend, Kimmel noted how the word “sweetest” came up time and time again. 

He stated, “The only reason people have written that is because it’s truthful.” It is the best word. It’s the sweetest word you could use to describe Bob. Bob has been so kind to me, sending emails and calling. Bob was always kind and generous. “He would sometimes write me to say he loved me. That is something I am sure he did for many other people.” 

Kimmel took the time to recall Saget’s humor. Kimmel continued “He was such a funny,” adding that he didn’t mean to be referring to Saget. Voll HouseYou can also call it: America’s Funniest Home VideoFilms, stand-up comedy and stand-up comedic. You mean funny. As in, when you entered a party [and]Bob and his spouse were on your doorstep. Kelly [Rizzo]You’d walk around the corner and go right to them. He had something to laugh about and no bad words to share about anybody. Never. He didn’t enjoy certain people. He didn’t tell anyone. He, unlike me was a kind person.”