I don't remember where I came across these, but I didn't have a chance to point to them. It's a few weeks out now, but I find these to both be incredibly fitting and wonderful.
My own Garry Handling story is, I think, incredibly similar to many people's. It's Garry Shandling's Show aired originally on Showtime, but ended up airing on Fox in 1988. I'm not sure how far in I discovered it, but I was 10 or 11, and I thought the theme song, breaking the 4th wall, and meta humor were just the funniest things I'd ever seen. I think it was probably the beginning of me recognizing what I really found funny, and that it wasn't always the TGIF-brand family sitcom.
I remember setting my VCR to try to record as many episodes as I could.
(It was probably both It's Garry Shandling's Show and Sledge Hammer! that let me know my humor leaned a bit to the off-beat. Sledge Hammer! belongs on Netflix streaming.)
Anyway, I thought these two videos were really fitting, human tributes.