See John Mayer in Netflix’s ‘Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget Tribute’ Trailer
It’s been five months since Bob Saget‘s untimely death, and on Friday (June 10), Netflix is honoring the beloved comedian by bringing his famous friends together for a tribute special.
The streaming platform unveiled its teaser for Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget tribute on Thursday (June 9), which features an appearance from the late star’s dear friend, John Mayer.
In one scene of the trailer, the “New Light” singer is seen sitting onstage with a guitar behind Saget’s Full House costar John Stamos. Stamos says, “I want you to read my last text from Bob.” He pulls out his phone and shares, “It said, ‘I love you so much. I will confess that God gave me the brother I wanted. He said, “Well, you have many God-given brothers but I’m the first.” I replied, “Mayer is an amazing friend but he’s more fair-weathered. You’re always there, so you are number one. ‘”
Mayer instantly burst into laughter when he heard the contents of the text. In another scene, the seven-time Grammy nominee says of his friend, “He accepted us, which is the boring part, but it’s just so important .”
The comedian was found dead at age 65 in his Orlando hotel room on Jan. 9. The sheriff’s office stated that no evidence of foul play or drug abuse was found at the time. In February, Saget’s relatives confirmed that authorities have determined the cause of death to be head trauma.
” They have concluded that he accidentally struck his head on something and went to bed,” Saget’s family said of the investigation into Saget’s death.
The clip features
Jim Carrey and Chris Rock. Also, Mike Binder, Jeff Ross, Chris Rock, Jeff Ross, Mike Rodriguez, Paul Rodriguez, and Saget’s widow Kelly Rizzo–Saget. See the full Dirty Daddy: The Bob Saget trailer below before it hits Netflix on June 10.
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