The only thing you’ll ever need in life is Blue’s Clues original host Steve Burns telling you he never forgot about you.

In celebration of the kids’ show’s 25th anniversary, the official Twitter account for Nick Jr. shared a heartwarming message from Steve himself. The roughly two-minute video has already amassed over 24 million views since the network posted it on September 7. 

Steve Burns hosted Blue’s Clues from 1996 to 2002. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2001 for his work on the series. After 100 episodes, Burns’ departure caused rumors to circulate, one of which included his desire to launch his music career. 

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But it all boiled down to Burns wanting to leave Blue’s Clues because it was time to go. He was replaced by Donovan Patton, who took up the hosting mantle as Steve’s younger brother, “Joe.”

Thankfully, the video below gives us nostalgic Millennials some closure. Steve explains that he went off to college, but he applied the lessons he learned from Blue and the fans to his own life adventures.

Then, Steve gushes about how proud he is of the fans’ accomplishments and vows that he never forgot them. 

“And look at all you have done and all you have accomplished,” he says. If this doesn’t make you weep with joy and feel even a modicum of self-love, then you might be a robot. 

Steve, we’ve missed you terribly these past 19 years. Thank you for making our childhoods better. 

You can watch the touching video below. 

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