John Stamos continued paying tribute to his friend and Full House costar, Bob Saget–who passed away on January 9, 2022–by sharing a photo.
But unlike other celebrity tributes heartwarmingly honoring their venerated colleagues, Stamos highlighted Saget's ribald humor–which the late standup comedian was known for.
Stamos posted a screenshot of Saget as he appeared in a photo CNN displayed while announcing news of the actor and comedian's death.
In the photo, Saget's head partially obstructed the logo for NBC's streaming platform, Peacock–unintentionally–in a suggestive way.
See for yourself in the photo, here.
"Even in death, he found a way to get one last d*ck joke in!" Stamos wrote.
"My guardian angel with the dirtiest mouth and a heart as big and benevolent as forever."
Fans commented on Saget posthumously eliciting giggles.
Stamos played "Uncle Jesse," the brother-in-law to Saget's Danny Tanner, on Full House and later on Netflix's continuation series, Fuller House.
Previously, after news of his death, Stamosmade numerous tributes to his former costar–including in a joint statement with his Full House family.
He wrote, in part:
"Thirty-five years ago, we came together as a TV family, but we became a real family. And now we grieve as a family."
"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."
Many commented on the tight bond the two men shared, and fans offered condolences to Stamos for losing a friend.
Stamos also gave a moving speech honoring Saget at his funeral.
"When we started Full House, I was in my 20s and didn't have a care in the world. Hell, my backyard was Disneyland," said Stamos as reported by the Los Angeles Times.
"But life does what it does, and when things came crashing down, the last person on Earth I ever imagined would be my rock became just that."
Although Saget was notorious for his raunchy humor, Stamos noted how the comedian was there for him through some of the roughest times in his life.
Similarly, SNL actor Pete Davidson honored Saget with a moving tribute recalling how Saget supported Davidson while he was struggling with mental health.
Stamos continued with his eulogy:
"When I lost my parents, Bob was there for me like no other."
"He told dirty jokes and talked about himself as he hosted my dad's funeral."
"He was there through divorces, deaths, despair, and dark days. He was there through love, marriage, a child and bright times. He was my lifeline."
Saget was pronounced dead at the age of 65 on January 9, 2022, after he was discovered unresponsive in a hotel room in Orlando, Florida. He had been on tour doing standup comedy, which had been scheduled through June.
He is survived by his wife Kelly Rizzo and his three daughters with ex-wife Sherri Kramer–Aubrey, Jennifer, and Lara.