If J. M. Robinson (Curiouser And Curiouser - Letters, July 5)) wants to read about something the writer "truly loves," he should not expect to find it while reading about current TV, no matter who the writer is. There is little there to stimulate "boundless enthusiasm."
John Doyle is the first thing I look for when opening the newspaper. The quality of his writing is a source of enjoyment, whether one agrees with him or not. That commodity is not in plentiful supply.
If, to some, he's "crabby and morose," it's probably because television has the potential to deliver something much more worthwhile than it does now.