If you are using Google fonts, it's obviously important to use web safe fonts as a fallback for those email clients that do not support the specialty fonts. It's also obvious that one should make sure to use appropriate fallback fonts like using sans-serif as the fallback for Roboto or using serif as the fallback for Merriweather. However, what should Captain Obvious use as a fallback for a cursive style font? The good Captain knows that there is a generic cursive font that could be used, but it seems that Windows computers use Comic Sans as the default cursive font, which is not ideal. What would you use as the fallback in this situation? Still use cursive and risk that it will render in Comic Sans or have it fallback to a serif font? Dear reader, what is your opinion?