As the entertainment world still reels from the death of Bob SagetBrian Rosenworcel of Guster recalled the time the comedic legend joined the band onstage. Saget, known affectionately as “America’s Dad” for his roles on Full House and America’s Funniest Home Videos, was found dead in an Orlando hotel room at age 65 on Sunday.

The Guster drummer took to Twitter on Sunday to share his remembrance of Saget. Though the two existed in fairly different entertainment circles, their worlds collided on April 21st, 2007 when Guster played a show at the Boston Opera House. It just so happened that on the same night, down the street at the Orpheum Theatre, Saget was staging a stand-up show.

“We thought it’d be funny to invite him to appear on stage with us in some capacity,” Rosenworcel wrote. “We reached out to his management to ask if he’d burst through a Bob Saget banner during our encore. They told us to go ahead and make the banner. It was really homespun…”

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The stage was set and the banner was hung for Saget’s grand entrance, but amidst the excitement, the band forgot to tell guitarist Adam Gardner.

We’re onstage getting the audience to chant “Bob! Bob! Bob!” so that Bob Saget might magically burst through this oversized sheet of paper, and I can see Adam getting super annoyed he’s strumming his guitar super aggressively because he thinks this is a lame joke, an exercise in anti-climax. That we’ll have our bus driver or our guitar tech burst through and then play a deflated encore after riling up the crowd with an unfulfilled promise.

Except Bob Saget actually burst through the banner. The crowd went fucken bananas. He hugged Ryan, shook the band members’ hands, waved at the crowd, told Ryan “this is awesome” and walked off stage. That was it…

Many years went by before Saget and Rosenworcel crossed paths again. In Los Angeles, the two coincidentally re-connected through shared mutual friend Jeff Garlin. Eventually, Brian asked Bob whether he remembered his short-but-sweet appearance at Guster’s show in Boston all those years ago.

“Saget lit up,” Rosenworcel recalled Bob saying.  “‘I got in a car which drove me to a venue, walked directly on stage, the crowd erupted, I walked off stage and got right back in a car. It was the best!’ It really was.”

Watch fan-shot footage of the time Bob Saget joined Guster onstage in Boston back in 2007 and scroll down for Rosenworcel’s full thread. RIP Bob Saget.

Bob Saget at Guster – Boston, MA – 4/21/07

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