The 'Dog's Most Wanted' star admitted it was tough seeing clips of his wife, who had filmed segments of the show before her passing after a battle with cancer, but he also found it ''therapeutic'' seeing her again.
She told Entertainment Tonight: ''I've already looked at some of them, OK, and I see her and I hear her and I freaking start bawling 'cause it happened. I just instantly start crying. I think it's also therapeutic that you have those. You know, if you lose a loved one, then you have the little pictures you look at. But I have her alive in that show.''
Dog still sees his late wife next to him.
He said: ''I haven't gotten past the place where I'm [not] putting a pillow where she was and covering it up. And then I wake up in the middle of the night and I see her and it doesn't register that [it] ain't her. I'm still there.
''I wake up to always touch her, especially when she was sick I'd have to wake up a few times when she stopped breathing. I couldn't hear it no more. And she's laying and I'm like, 'You are not dying like that. I will not let you die.' So I'm so used to that that I don't sleep solid anymore.''
Dog previously revealed Beth had tried to prepare her husband for her passing as they ''knew this might happen''.
He shared: ''For two to three years, she knew this might happen. So she would say, 'Who is going to sit next to you?' And I said, 'No one.' [She said] 'Big Daddy, you better not let another girl take my place.' I said, 'I won't.' There is not another Beth. There'll never be another Beth.''
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