Patton Oswalt was extremely vocal about the grief he suffered when he prematurely lost his spouse, Michelle McNamara, to cancer.
Since then, the comedian's been open about his healing process and, a month ago, announced he married again, to actress and legal mediator Meredith Salenger.
For their one month anniversary, Oswalt surprised Salenger by taking her to visit the Sesame Street set.
He documented the trip with photos and thankfully shared them on Twitter. They're too adorable for words.
Here's Meredith trying her to best to turn Oscar's frown upside down. It didn't work.
Oswalt, himself, didn't have much luck with the green, furry grouch.
Grover, or as my nephew affectionately calls him, "Blue Elmo" sang a different tune entirely, however. Just look at him being all lovey-dovey.
Oswalt wasn't kidding about the tears of joy, either. Meredith took to Twitter to talk about how overcome she was with emotion to be on the actual set of such an important children's show.
I cried so hard. I wept and sobbed and couldn’t stop. And once I stopped. The Ernie came to hug me and I sobbed all over again.— Meredith Salenger (@MeredthSalenger) December 4, 2017
Twitter was in love with the whole experience.
And other people agreed with Salenger: that walking onto the set would've made them just as emotional.
Anyone who don't cry walking on to Sesame Street - doesn't understand how influential Sesame Street was. :)— Citizen Zero (@DipswitchDan) December 5, 2017
I’m also sure I burst into tears walking on to Sesame Street— The Frontera ™ © (@The_Frontera) December 5, 2017
Just the thought of hugging furry, lovable Grover makes me want to cry. The Monster At The End of This Book was my jam growing up!!— Ellen Hendervan (@Ellenjhm) December 4, 2017
Mostly though, people were just happy for Oswalt and Salenger.
Man I'm so happy for you guys.— Dustin Hughes (@dustin_hughes) December 5, 2017
Also, total dream trip
A trip to the Reading Rainbow set might be the perfect two month anniversary event. And if that's on your plate, Mr. Oswalt, I wouldn't mind third-wheeling it for a chance to chill with LeVar Burton. Just putting that out there, in case you're reading this.