Huckleberry Hound

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This Wanted poster for Huckleberry was spotted just outside Paris.

Huckleberry Hound is a violent redneck from Down South who went insane with grief over his "Darling Clementine" being "lost and gone forever." He stars with his gang members Pixie, Dixie, Mr. Jinks, Yogi Bear, and Hokey Wolf in a show called The Huckleberry Hound Show (actually a codeword for the Three Six Mafia.)


Huckleberry being a racist in addition to a fascist.

Huckleberry grew up a poor Bluetick Coonhound, being beaten by his violent attorney father, John Belushi. At dinner, he would only get table scraps, like most dogs would, yet the minority known as Cartoon Dogs consider it racism. At some point, he ran away and hooked up with his "Darling Clementine," a hoe who worked at Riverchase Lodge.

One day, Huckleberry woke up to see Clementine "lost and gone forever." Oblivious to what she was actually doing, and not knowing how to kiss her little sister, Huckleberry went insane and started going on a killing spree in which he murdered Ruff and Reddy and brutally beat Birdman. Huckleberry would soon befriend gang members Yogi Bear, Pixie, Dixie, Mr. Jinks, and Hokey Wolf, who appointed the hound the leader of their new Mafia.

The gang hijacked a TV station (coincidentally in the very same hotel where Clementine worked) to show their murders and drug trade, disguised as a lowbrow children's show called The Huckleberry Hound Show. Each episode had interstitials where Huckleberry would try to brainwash the viewers by howling his signature damned howl, which when played backwards translates to "Support fascism."

In 1961, The Huckleberry Hound Show was taken off the air when Master Chief was called to investigate Pigeon Forge and blew up the Three Six Mafia like they were a Grunt Birthday Party with his plasma rifle. However, repeats were ever-so-prominent; a radio to every TV creeping into one's home, taking children over three and turning their minds to foam.

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