It's hard to believe, but today is, to quote my good friend Vornoff, the day the music died.

As hard as it is to believe, Mystery Science Theater 3000, after ten wonderful funderful seasons, is ending.

I know how you feel. The news came as a shock to me, too. There's nothing we can really do about it. Personally, I blame the SciFi Channel. If those rat bastards had bought more episodes this season, maybe this would not be. But no. In fact, they never even offered to buy any episodes beyond Season 10.

It's time for me to do something that I've been putting off for far too long. I need to start being more open about some things, and now is the time.

I love each and every one of you guys.

I'm not very good with expressing my feelings, but I digress. Katjar, dear Auntie Kat, you've been so kind to me, even after my exodus and return to the Dominion Board (forevermore to be known as "No Man's Land"), that I truly feel like you are my aunt. Zelphi, my fellow Joel-girl, thank you for being like a sister to me. Vornoff, you're probably the only person who kept me up to date while I was on my first exodus from No Man's Land, and for that I thank you. Lennie, you are truly gifted and talented, and an inspiration to us all. MST3Kelly, another fellow Joel-girl, thank you for your letters that always make me laugh and for "sharing" Joel with me. David, useven, you are truly one of the kindest people I know, and one of the most-selfless.

There are so many others who I haven't named, but you know who you are. We've had laughter, we've had tears, but we've always been a family. As long as there is still one Mistie who recalls the cry "Hi Keeba!", who boldy tells the world to "Bite Me," or who has a massive collection of videos and a small golden bot in his or her room, MST3K will never die. In fact, it will live forvever. So now, I invite you all to join me in our battle cry:

Viva MST3K!!

Thank you, Best Brains. We love you.