Ryan Dunn's Pals Remember Him in Touching TV Tribute

Entertainment Jul. 20, 2011 AT 10:22AM

Ryan Dunn's friends and fans miss him.

The Jackass star and host of G4's Proving Ground died at age 34 June 20 in a drunk driving crash in rural Pennsylvania -- and was memorialized in a touching tribute on Tuesday's episode of Attack of the Show on G4.

VIDEO: Watch the clip played at Dunn's memorial

"Ryan's decision to get behind the wheel that night cost him and his best friend [Zachary Hartwell] to pay the ultmate price," AOTS host Kevin Pereira said. "He made a horrible decision and we should learn from it. But that one decision doesn't mean that we should forget the laughter that he brought to all of us. He's left behind a legacy of laughter and stunts that will last us a lifetime."

"He was so funny and made the most out of any situation," a visibly emotional Tony Hawk said in the video, chock-full of Dunn's notorious stunts, getups and gags. "I loved his antics...They're gonna live on in infamy. He just had an awesome perspective on life."

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"He was willing to do whatever it takes [to make people laugh]," added Jackass cohort Bam Margera, who has been frank about his intense grief since Dunn's passing. "'You wanna dive into a sewer plant?' [He was] fearless, self-depracating...I think we liked hearing people say that we're crazy."

"It hit everybody pretty hard," Margera added of his friend's shocking death.

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"It's so hard to talk about him," Hawk noted.

Watch the video now.

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