Ouch Aug 25, 2010 15:10:15 GMT -5
Post by nacoroyalties on Aug 25, 2010 15:10:15 GMT -5
Dear Mr. Kronke;
Fans can and do make A difference. Kim Possible may seem like just A kids' cartoon to you, but it has A wide appeal among people of all age and social groups as well. As for the fan base reviving A cult show, I shall remind you of the most famous occurrence of such A thing happening.
In 1967, NBC announced that Star Trek (The Original Series) would not be returning for A second season. The resulting letter-writing by fans of Star Trek took NBC by complete surprise---so much so that NBC made an unprecedented on-air announcement that Star Trek would be returning for A second season. And in Kim Possible's case, such A campaign has worked---we the fans got A fourth season of that show we wouldn't otherwise has gotten.
I have mentioned several times how fans have brought shows like Family Guy and Futurama back from the dead. However, being A Trekkie as well, I felt I couldn't resist informing Mr. Kronk of the most famous occurrence of fan involvement, and how such involvement saved what would go on and become A cultural icon.
That's showing Mr. Kronke who's boss here! Star Trek was saved twice because of the fans, that doesn't mean the same thing can't happen for Kim Possible. Kim Possible is like the animated version of Star Trek. When "So The Drama" aired and the 65 episode rule was enacted on Kim Possible, fans went Trekkie on Disney executives with A massive letter-writing, petition-signing, merchandise-buying campaign to give KP A 4th season. Now, we need to boldly go where no man has gone before (Star Trek refrence intended) and once again save our beloved Kim Possible. If it worked for Star Trek, it can work for Kim Possible.
WARP DRIVE ACTIVATE! TARGET: DISNEY HEADQUARTERS IN BURBANK, CALIFORNIA!
(Star Trek 1966-1969 theme plays as the unofficial spacecraft of Mission: Kim Possible, the Starship Kimterprise (a Kim Possible version of the Starship Enterprise from the Orginal Star Trek) zooms out of sight)