If You're A Millennial, You May Have Considered Steve Burns A Friend Burns and his animated pup helped teach kids about kindness on their show Blue's Clues. He left the show abruptly. In a video message celebrating the show's 25th year, he said, " I never forgot you."

If You're A Millennial, You May Have Considered Steve Burns A Friend

If You're A Millennial, You May Have Considered Steve Burns A Friend

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Burns and his animated pup helped teach kids about kindness on their show Blue's Clues. He left the show abruptly. In a video message celebrating the show's 25th year, he said, " I never forgot you."

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. If you're a millennial, chances are Steve Burns was one of your best friends growing up. He and his animated pup helped teach a generation of kids about kindness on their show "Blue's Clues." He left the show abruptly, but in a recent video message celebrating the show's 25th year, Steve wants to remind you...

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STEVE BURNS: (As Steve) After all these years, I never forgot you - ever.

MARTIN: A message of friendship worthy of your handy-dandy notebook. It's MORNING EDITION.

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