‘Blue’s Clues’ Gets Sent Emails Now Instead of Letters and People Are Upset

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’90s kids have been left devastated after finding out that Blue’s Clues now gets sent emails instead of letters, and now everyone on Twitter is raising the same questions.

Keep scrolling to check out the distraught reactions and to see the revamped clip for yourself…

From old Disney channel vs new Disney channel (don’t even get us started on that)  to pivotal pop culture moments, the contrast between the generations is more glaring than ever.

Safe to say, tuning into the likes of Disney Channel and Nickelodeon now, makes us ’90s kids feel very old.

And fans aren’t happy about it.

The series premiered on Nickelodeon on September 8, 1996.

Blue, the pup, puts her paw prints on 3 clues for Steve (or Joe) to figure out… hence the name.

Let’s be honest, you probably still remember the lyrics to the iconic mail time song, right?

But it seems, as technology advances, the show has made some updates to this segment.

Though, for the record, it’s now called Blue’s Clues & You.   

Who is, frankly, utterly adorable.

But of course, a few amendments have been made to keep up with the times.

Blue’s clues’ “mail time” isn’t quite the same as it used to be.

But he receives emails instead. Keep scrolling to watch the clip for yourself…

Josh reads his emails right off of his “handy-dandy notebook,” which is actually a tablet.

Soon after the revelation, nothing short of a complete Twitter firestorm ensued.

While it’s natural that kid’s shows will advance to reflect the times, it seems many of the series’ original viewers were less than impressed.

We’ll need at least 5 working days to process this.

Will he be out of a job soon? What exactly is his job if there’s no physical mail? So many questions.

Poor mailbox is witnessing himself being literally replaced.

It’s just not the same, is it?

Please respect our privacy during this difficult time. If you’re in the mood for some nostalgia, keep scrolling for a list of hilarious tweets only ’90s kids will understand…