TV Critic Shares Hilarious Old “Fan Mail” from Montana Viewer
We all love certain things, and sometimes, when someone else makes a snide comment about, you take it personally. You probably shouldn't, but sometimes it just gets under your skin. You need some kind of outlet for it.
Now these days, if somebody has a different opinion than you, a lot of people's course of action is to shout about it for days, weeks, or sometimes years on social media (please do not be a person that does this). But in the olden times, circa 1994, there was no Twitter where you could yell into a void of other people who are also yelling about other things. Instead, it took a little more work...
Check Out This "Fan Mail" Sent to TV Critic Glenn Kenny
If you're not familiar with Glenn Kenny, he's a culture writer who currently writes for the arts section of the New York Times. He also recently published a popular book about the making of Goodfellas called, "Made Men: The Story of Goodfellas."
But back in the '90s, Glenn Kenny was a writer for TV Guide, and he recently shared on Twitter a pretty hilarious piece of "fan mail" that he received around that time.
"The world's biggest Huckleberry Hound fan!"
Yes, that is somebody from Bozeman (left anonymous) who is ripping him a new one for daring to besmirch the good name of Huckleberry Hound. And hey, I get it. Who doesn't love that dog?
On the plus side, I'm pretty sure Montana DOES have access to Cartoon Network these days. Although, I doubt that Huckleberry Hound is getting much airplay. Maybe it's time for a reboot?