Dan Levy‘s mum used his Saturday Night Live hosting duties to call out his bullies from 25 years ago, and we love a mum with a long-held grudge.

Levy hosted SNL for the first time this past Saturday, delivering an opening monologue about how people “finally started watching my show, Schitt’s Creek“, but now people are stopping him on the street to yell “Ew” at him, presumably in David Rose’s voice.

“It’s a line from the show that will haunt me for the rest of my life,” he said.

It was a v. nice monologue that fans missing Schitt’s Creek will devour (seriously, pause for a hot second and go watch it), but some of the best lines were happening over on Twitter.

On Saturday morning, Levy’s mum Deborah Divine hopped on Twitter and used her son’s hosting duties to call out his bullies from 1996.

“This goes out to the bully punks at Camp TF who made life miserable for a certain cabin-mate back in the summer of ’96’ – just because he was different,” she tweeted.

“Well, after all these years I have just 7 words to say to you: ‘Live from New York, it’s Saturday Night!'”

She tagged her son and posted a heart emoji, and YOU GUYS. My OWN HEART. It bursts.

Levy had this to say (in public, anyway, I assume there was some cute shit sent to the family WhatsApp chat):

Much like Schitt’s Creek, Levy hosting SNL turned out to be a family affair. His dad, Eugene Levy, made his first SNL appearance – 35 years after his scheduled turn to host was squashed by industrial action, which meant the episode never went ahead.

According to EW, Levy’s sister Sarah Levy (who played Twyla Sands in Schitt’s Creek) was also in attendance… and as for Phoebe Bridgers, did she or did she not channel the spirit of Moira Rose here?

Dan Levy’s hosting duties were so celebrated, even the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, shouted about it.

I miss the Roses. If the Schitt’s Creek movie could hurry up and go from an idea into reality, that would be just fine with me.