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We loved Monica Gellar for so many, many reasons. Her penchant for cleaning. Her amazing culinary skills. Her super-human strength. And of course for her famous catchphrase, “I know!”

Well, we have no idea whether Monica portrayer Courteney Cox has been keeping up with the cooking and cleaning IRL, but thanks to some adorable new Instagram videos we do know that she’s still keen to keep Monica’s legacy alive with those two little words.

We KNOW. We’re excited too. It all started last weekend when Cox posted a video on Instagram, revealing that she’s trying to “pass on the legacy” by teaching “the younger kids to say ‘I know’ the way Monica would say it.” Cox then turns the camera towards a toddler named Sonny who buries his face and says “no.” Over and over again.

 

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“I KNOW!”

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“Well, I mean, it’s not there yet but I’m sure it’s going to get better,” Cox shrugs.

Oh it gets better. That’s because on Wednesday Cox took to Instagram again, this time with an entirely edited video of her trying to get the tot to say “I know,” all set to the theme of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing.” We mean… what a time to be alive.

 

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“I KNOW!” part 2

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The little boy still hasn’t quite mastered the line, but watching him repeat “no” by the pool and while lounging outside is just pure joy. We aren’t quite sure who this kid is, but we honestly hope that Cox doesn’t stop making these videos anytime soon. Seriously, could she BE anymore iconic?

Now please excuse us while we go and re-watch Friends for the millionth time.