History Comicstrip / Peanuts

19th Jul '16 4:56:49 PM CamelCase
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* NotSoStoic: Linus pointed that a moving van is coming. Charlie Brown stays completely cool and indiferent. When Linus pointed that the van stopped at the little red haired girl's house, all of Charlie's life [[MyLifeFlashedBeforeMyEyes flashed before his eyes]].

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* NotSoStoic: Linus pointed that a moving van is coming. Charlie Brown stays completely cool and indiferent.indifferent. When Linus pointed that the van stopped at the little red haired girl's house, all of Charlie's life [[MyLifeFlashedBeforeMyEyes flashed before his eyes]].
18th Jul '16 8:20:58 AM GrigorII
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* NotSoStoic: Linus pointed that a moving van is coming. Charlie Brown stays completely cool and indiferent. When Linus pointed that the van stopped at the little red haired girl's house, all of Charlie's life [[MyLifeFlashedBeforeMyEyes flashed before his eyes]].
15th Jul '16 5:04:26 PM CamelCase
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* OddballInTheSeries: The television specials ''The Big Stuffed Dog'' and ''It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown''. The former is set in the "Real Word" and is about a kid and his stuffed Snoopy doll (this and the fact that Charles M. Schulz wrote it are the only things that even make it count as ''Peanuts''). The latter only has Charlie Brown and Snoopy at the very beginning and end, and stars Spike in a MediumBlending adventure with a character played by Schulz's daughter.
15th Jul '16 2:17:01 PM katrinahood
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* StillSucksThumb: Linus, a small boy, is often seen sucking his thumb while holding his ''security blanket'', a blanket he needs to feel comfortable.
10th Jul '16 3:32:43 PM Ezclee4050
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* RiddleForTheAges: Did Rerun let Charlie Brown kick the ball in the last football strip?
10th Jul '16 3:27:57 PM Ezclee4050
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* AnimalJingoism: Snoopy had a deep hatred for cats, especially the Cat Next Door and Frieda's cat Faron. He also claims to have the world's largest collection of anti-cat jokes.
30th Jun '16 7:30:23 PM Shoebox
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When the kids weren't in school, they were usually playing baseball or having amazingly sophisticated intellectual conversations while leaning on a brick wall. Over the years, the strip became famous for its psychological realism, bordering on an all-out satire of more typically sentimental kiddie comics, though it arguably took a turn away from the philosophical toward more direct comedy relatively early in its run (around 1970). Charlie Brown developed from a standard "lovable loser" into a sensitive and intelligent Everyman, whose relentless track record of failure meant he struggled perpetually with the Really Big Questions. Alternately aiding and exasperating him in his quest were his best friend Linus, a philosopher who sucked his thumb and carried a SecurityBlanket, and Linus' big sister Lucy, a bossy, brassy self-described "fussbudget" who alreadly knew what the universe's major problem was: it never asked ''her'' what to do.

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When the kids weren't in school, they were usually playing baseball or having amazingly sophisticated intellectual conversations while leaning on a brick wall. Over the years, the strip became famous for its psychological realism, bordering on an all-out satire of more typically sentimental kiddie comics, though it arguably took a turn away from the philosophical toward more direct comedy relatively early in its run (around 1970). Charlie Brown developed from a standard "lovable loser" into a sensitive and intelligent Everyman, whose relentless track record of failure meant he struggled perpetually with the Really Big Questions. Alternately aiding and exasperating him in his quest were his best friend Linus, a philosopher who sucked his thumb and carried a SecurityBlanket, and Linus' big sister Lucy, a bossy, brassy self-described "fussbudget" who alreadly already knew what the universe's major problem was: it never asked ''her'' what to do.
30th Jun '16 7:29:10 PM Shoebox
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When the kids weren't in school, they were usually playing baseball or having amazingly sophisticated intellectual conversations while leaning on a brick wall. Over the years, the strip became famous for its psychological realism, bordering on an all-out satire of more typically sentimental kiddie comics, though it arguably took a turn away from the philosophical toward more direct comedy relatively early in its run (around 1970). Charlie Brown developed from a standard "lovable loser" into a sensitive and intelligent Everyman, whose relentless track record of failure meant he struggled perpetually with the Really Big Questions. Alternately aiding and exasperating him in his quest were his best friend Linus, a philosopher who sucked his thumb and carried a SecurityBlanket, and Linus' big sister Lucy, a bossy, brassy self-described "fussbudget" who knew that the big problem of the universe was that it never asked ''her'' what to do.

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When the kids weren't in school, they were usually playing baseball or having amazingly sophisticated intellectual conversations while leaning on a brick wall. Over the years, the strip became famous for its psychological realism, bordering on an all-out satire of more typically sentimental kiddie comics, though it arguably took a turn away from the philosophical toward more direct comedy relatively early in its run (around 1970). Charlie Brown developed from a standard "lovable loser" into a sensitive and intelligent Everyman, whose relentless track record of failure meant he struggled perpetually with the Really Big Questions. Alternately aiding and exasperating him in his quest were his best friend Linus, a philosopher who sucked his thumb and carried a SecurityBlanket, and Linus' big sister Lucy, a bossy, brassy self-described "fussbudget" who alreadly knew that what the big universe's major problem of the universe was that was: it never asked ''her'' what to do.
25th Jun '16 2:58:13 PM ironicusername
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** The obscure character Tapioca Pudding claiming that her Dad won't allow her to be in beer advertisements.
9th Jun '16 6:32:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* RealityIsUnrealistic: Considering [[ACharlieBrownChristmas how many]] [[ItsTheGreatPumpkinCharlieBrown holiday specials]] have been done, one might assume upon first hearing that ''It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown'' is a parody title that somebody made up. Then they check out the Easter special's DVD ...

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* RealityIsUnrealistic: Considering [[ACharlieBrownChristmas [[WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas how many]] [[ItsTheGreatPumpkinCharlieBrown holiday specials]] have been done, one might assume upon first hearing that ''It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown'' is a parody title that somebody made up. Then they check out the Easter special's DVD ...
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