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Bob Saget remembers late sister Gay and discusses the healing power of laughter in FINAL interview

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Full House alum Bob Saget discussed the healing power of laughter during his final interview, which was pre-taped weeks before he died, age 65, on Sunday.'[At four years old], I would dance in the living room and just start dancing, dancing stupid to make anybody laugh - just like silent film stars,' the Philadelphia-born funnyman recalled on CBS This Morning airing this Friday.'I knew some jokes, but it wasn't really jokes.

It was just like; "I've got to perform. I've got to make people laugh."' Wistful: Full House alum Bob Saget discussed the healing power of laughter during his final interview, which was pre-taped weeks before he died, age 65, on Sunday Bob told CBS News chief medical correspondent, Dr.

Jonathan LaPook, that humor was more than just a defense mechanism.'It truly helped me survive and it helped keep me mentally alive, rather than letting [negativity] destroy me,' Saget explained.The Grammy-nominated comedian recalled a touching moment he shared with his sister Gay Saget before her death, age 47, in 1993 following a four-year battle with the connective tissue disease scleroderma.

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