1987: 'Critical Condition'
Bob Saget starred opposite Bob Dishy and Richard Pryor in the comedy "Critical Condition" about a conman who "fakes insanity to avoid prison, and is mistaken for a mental ward doctor when a raging hurricane leaves the hospital powerless."
1987-1995: 'Full House'
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"Full House" was the show that made Bob Saget a household name as the loveable Danny Tanner trying to raise his three daughters as a single dad.
"Bob made us laugh until we cried. Now our tears flow in sadness, but also with gratitude for all the beautiful memories of our sweet, kind, hilarious, cherished Bob," the cast said in a joint statement following Saget's death.
1989-1997: 'America's Funniest Home Videos'
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Before the Internet allowed us to browse videos to make us laugh, Bob Saget hosted "America's Funniest Home Videos", bringing the laughs straight to your living room.
1998: 'Dirty Work'
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Bob Saget made his feature film directorial debut with "Dirty Work" starring Norm Macdonald and Artie Lange.
The film received poor reviews but has gone on to earn cult status.
2005-2014: 'How I Met Your Mother'
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Bob Saget lent his voice to "How I Met Your Mother" where he voiced future Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) for all 9 seasons of the hit show.
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Bob Saget had a recurring role in "Entourage" as himself where he played Vince's neighbour.
Saget also had a cameo in the 2015 "Entourage" film.
2007: 'That Ain't Right'
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Bob Saget's HBO special "Bob Saget: That Ain't Right" comes out on DVD and is dedicated to his dad Ben Saget who died earlier that year of congestive heart failure at 89.
2014: 'Dirty Daddy'
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Bob Saget wrote his memoir Dirty Daddy in 2014 where he gave fans a glimpse into his life not just as the loveable Danny Tanner but as a "filthy comedian."
2008: 'Roast Of Bob Saget'
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Bob Saget had no problem laughing at himself during the "Comedy Central Roast Of Bob Saget".
Hosted by John Stamos, celebs Cloris Leachman, Jeff Ross, Gilbert Gottfried, Greg Giraldo and Norm Macdonald all took turns taunting Saget. But it was Macdonald that couldn't say a bad word.
“Bob honestly has never had an unkind word for anybody, and I love him and I hope everybody else does, so I just wanted to say that," he concluded.
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Bob Saget's decades long stand-up career was a chance to let fans see his notoriously dirty comedy.
Saget was on tour where he shared "I’m addicted to this s**t" in reference to comedy hours before his death.