Candace Cameron Bure is looking back on Bob Saget's "huge" heart and caring personality. The 45-year-old actress honored Saget, her late "Full House" co-star, during Thursday's episode of "Today" on NBC. Saget and Bure played father and daughter Danny Tanner and D.J. Tanner on "Full House," which aired for eight seasons on ABC from 1987 to 1995. The pair also reprised the roles in the sequel series "Fuller House," which ended in 2020 after five seasons on Netflix. On "Today," Bure said Saget's empathic and "warm and inviting" nature was one of the attributes that made the actor "so special." "He was so emotionally available all the time. He was really the first person in my life as a man that I saw cry and have those emotions right at the forefront of his conversations," Bure said. "If you were hurting, he would hurt with you. You would see the tears well up in his eyes." "Bob is a remarkable person and I've never had a friendship like the one I've had with him," she added. Bure grew emotional as she described how Saget cared about everyone, even people he didn't know well. "Bob was available and there for everyone that he knew. But Bob was that person who no matter what happened, Bob would drop anything for you in a second, in a heartbeat," she said. "You didn't even have to be his best friend for him to do that; that was how huge his heart was." Saget died at age 65 in January. Bure, John Stamos and other "Full House" stars were among those to mourn the actor on social media. "I don't know what to say. I have no words. Bob was one of the best human beings I've ever known in my life. I loved him so much," Bure tweeted.