People Are Finding Comfort in a Resurfaced Clip of Herman Munster About Tolerance

Yes, the Fictional Character from the 1960s

June 5, 2020
Herman Munster, TV Character, Tolerance, Speech, Comfort
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Who would have thought Herman Munster would be so popular in 2020? Yes, Herman Munster, the Frankenstein’s monster-headed patriarch from the popular 1960’s sitcom, The Munsters.

A clip of the fictional character speaking to his son about tolerance resurfaced and the Internet has been finding comfort in his words. 

In the video that became popular on Twitter, Munster tells his son, "The lesson I want you to learn is: It doesn’t matter what you look like. You can be tall or short or fat or thin, or ugly or handsome, like your father, or you can be black or yellow or white. It doesn’t matter. But what does matter is the size of your heart and the strength of your character.”

It's a lesson that everyone can relearn during this time and it's important for people to listen and understand that how you look should not affect how you are treated.