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    Here's How "America's Funniest Home Videos" Hosts Are Paying Tribute To Bob Saget After His Death

    "There's no AFV without Bob."

    The America's Funniest Home Videos family is mourning the loss of Bob Saget.

    Bob stands in the middle of an audience in front of the show's logo
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    The actor and comedian, who passed away over the weekend, hosted the show for eight seasons from 1990 to 1997 on ABC.

    Bob smiles and leans on a large stack of VHS tapes
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    Since leaving the show, Bob has had a number of successors, including Tom Bergeron and Alfonso Ribeiro — who both posted touching tributes to their late friend.

    Bob, Tom and Alfonso sit around vintage TVs that are playing their show
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    "I am deeply saddened by the passing of my friend and fellow @afvofficial host @bobsaget today. I had the pleasure of meeting him in the early 90s when the show started. He was amazing. There’s no AFV without Bob. RIP Bob. We will all miss you," Alfonso wrote on Instagram.

    Meanwhile, Tom shared a video of his final episode of AFV, where Bob made a special appearance.

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    "For my final @afvofficial, I asked my friend for a special favor. Without hesitation he said yes. I’ll always be grateful for that. And for our friendship. #RIP," Tom added.

    Since news of Bob's passing, numerous celebrities have paid tribute to the actor, including Josh Gad, Patton Oswalt, and Jon Stewart.

    A closeup of Bob
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    Bob has also been remembered by his Full House family including a touching note from his cast mates.

    Our thoughts continue to be with Bob's friends and family during this difficult time.