Trailer for upcoming star-studded special honoring Bob Saget out now

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Five months after Bob Saget's death, the comedian and actor's friends are celebrating his life and legacy in a new special, "Dirty Daddy: A Tribute to Bob Saget."

The trailer for the upcoming special, out Friday on Netflix, features plenty of laughter and several of the late "Full House" actor's close friends cracking jokes about him and sharing loving messages in his memory.

Among those paying tribute are Saget’s former "Full House" co-stars John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Dave Coulier, along with Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Jim Carrey, Michael Keaton, Tim Allen, Jeff Ross, Paul Rodriguez, Jon Lovitz, Seth Green, John Mayer and more.

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Saget's widow, Kelly Rizzo, and his daughters Lara and Aubrey Saget are also on board.

"Bob wasn't something that was taken away from us, he was something that was given to us," Carrey says at the start of the trailer.

"I hope everybody here either had Bob as a friend like that, or some day has a friend like Bob," Ross says separately.

Stamos also appears in the trailer, taking the stage to share the final text he says Saget sent him.

"I want to read my last text from Bob. It said, 'I love you so much. I will say that God gave me the brother that I wanted,'" Stamos says. "I said, 'Well you have a lot of God-given brothers, but I'm first, right?' And he said, '[John] Mayer's an amazing friend but he's more fair weather. You're always there so you're number one.'"

Rizzo shared the trailer on her Instagram account with a message honoring her late husband.

"It still doesn’t feel real," she wrote in the caption. "Even though it’s painful to see, share, and relive it all… it's more important that we can share this magnificent man, who we all loved so deeply, with you."

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"And we're grateful we can all celebrate his one-of-a-kind life and legacy," she added. "I've said it before, but Bob deserves ALL the love. And yes, there are many laughs…just as Bob would’ve wanted."

Saget, 65, was found dead in a hotel room in Orlando, Florida on Jan. 9. In February, his family revealed he had died from head trauma.

"Dirty Daddy: A Tribute to Bob Saget" debuts Friday, June 10, on Netflix.

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