Now everywhere John Stamos appears, there's a reason to be thankful.
During an appearance on "CBS Sunday Morning," Stamos looked back on some of the key moments in his life,
including his journey to sobriety and his friendship with "Full House" co-star Bob Saget, who died in January of a head injury.
Reflecting on his relationship with Saget, Stamos told "Sunday Morning" correspondent Tracy Smith that Saget was "one of the biggest impacts on my life."
I wouldn't be without Bob," Stamos said. "He's been there for everything — all the good, all the bad. He is my brother: he is the brother I have ever wanted."
The sentiment echoes Stamos' heartfelt tribute to Sage in his eulogy for the actor-comedian published in January in the Los Angeles Times.
"Bob, I will never, ever have another friend like you," Stamos wrote. "You've always been my best friend. You're my new guardian angel."
Stamos has also been candid about his sobriety, revealing that his drinking has shaped his outlook on life.