History YMMV / Peanuts

29th Nov '17 7:32:57 PM mlsmithca
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* RetroactiveRecognition: In ''It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown'', ''Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown'', and Series 2 of ''The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show'', Sally was voiced by Stacy Ferguson, now better known as Music/TheBlackEyedPeas lead singer/solo artist Fergie. She even gets to show off her singing voice in ''Snoopy's Getting Married''.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: In ''It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown'', ''Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown'', and Series 2 of ''The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show'', Sally was voiced by Stacy Ferguson, now better known as Music/TheBlackEyedPeas lead singer/solo artist Fergie. She even gets to show off her singing voice Ironically, when Sally sings at Snoopy's wedding in ''Snoopy's Getting Married''.Married'', that's not Fergie doing the singing![[note]] Sally's singing voice was provided instead by Dawnn D. Leary.[[/note]]



** The bullying can fall into this and Dissonance as well - the characters do bully each other, and it's PlayedForLaughs, but many of the actual bullying rarely veers into TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior, and when it does (such as Lucy throwing Shroeder's piano to the kite-eating tree), it's not shrugged off.

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** The bullying can fall into this and Dissonance as well - the characters do bully each other, and it's PlayedForLaughs, but many of the actual bullying rarely veers into TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior, and when it does (such as Lucy throwing Shroeder's Schroeder's piano to the kite-eating tree), it's not shrugged off.
14th Oct '17 8:15:01 AM jccw227
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** The 1966 storyline of Snoopy's doghouse burning to the ground becomes harder to read [[http://mashable.com/2017/10/13/peanuts-charles-schulz-house-burns-ca-wildfires/#sJ0pJRBL5iqa with the news of Schulz's home being destroyed in a California wildfire.]]
29th Jul '17 7:46:26 PM Ezclee4050
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* FanDislikedExplanation: Schulz always insisted that Linus and the Great Pumpkin was never intended as any sort of commentary on religious faith, but some fans have felt that it ultimately ended up that way. Sequences like Marcie going to a cult deprogrammer after hanging out with Linus, or his KnockingOnHeathensDoor promotion of the Great Pumpkin in later years sure seem like intentional examples of it.
20th Jun '17 2:41:28 PM PeanutsFan1
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** The 90's were full of this, from Forrest Gump to Barney to the Walkman.
11th Jun '17 11:44:49 AM nombretomado
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* GeniusBonus: Schulz was a big classical music fan,[[note]] His favourite composer was Creator/JohannesBrahms; he considered making Schroeder a fan of Brahms as well, but thought Beethoven's name, having three syllables instead of one, was more inherently amusing. (Schroeder does let slip in one strip - to his immediate horror - that sometimes he thinks he prefers Brahms to Beethoven, and when Lucy insists in another strip that Beethoven's birthday traditions include girls kissing the objects of their affection on the nose - whereupon she proceeds to act on this "tradition" - a shocked Schroeder says this "could start a stampede to Brahms!")[[/note]] and though his ability to read music was limited, he meticulously copied passages from various piano pieces for strips featuring Schroeder at the piano (mostly [[Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]] piano sonatas, but works by Haydn, Clementi, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff[[note]] The very first strip featuring Schroeder at the piano from 24 September 1951 shows him playing not Beethoven, but Rachmaninoff - specifically, Measure 20 of the Prelude in G minor, Op.23 No.5.[[/note]] among others also showed up), and his pianistic "career" includes some bonuses for fans of classical music.

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* GeniusBonus: Schulz was a big classical music fan,[[note]] His favourite composer was Creator/JohannesBrahms; he considered making Schroeder a fan of Brahms as well, but thought Beethoven's name, having three syllables instead of one, was more inherently amusing. (Schroeder does let slip in one strip - to his immediate horror - that sometimes he thinks he prefers Brahms to Beethoven, and when Lucy insists in another strip that Beethoven's birthday traditions include girls kissing the objects of their affection on the nose - whereupon she proceeds to act on this "tradition" - a shocked Schroeder says this "could start a stampede to Brahms!")[[/note]] and though his ability to read music was limited, he meticulously copied passages from various piano pieces for strips featuring Schroeder at the piano (mostly [[Creator/LudwigVanBeethoven [[Music/LudwigVanBeethoven Beethoven]] piano sonatas, but works by Haydn, Clementi, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff[[note]] The very first strip featuring Schroeder at the piano from 24 September 1951 shows him playing not Beethoven, but Rachmaninoff - specifically, Measure 20 of the Prelude in G minor, Op.23 No.5.[[/note]] among others also showed up), and his pianistic "career" includes some bonuses for fans of classical music.
8th Jun '17 5:41:27 PM YasminPerry
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** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{Alpha Bitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.

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** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{Alpha {{Rich Bitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.
8th Jun '17 5:35:36 PM PrincessGwen
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* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory: Some fans proffer the idea that Linus's belief in the Great Pumpkin is supposedly a metaphor for religious faith. Though it ''is'' a metaphor for believing in SantaClaus, [[WordOfGod Schulz claimed]] that he thought the idea of a kid confusing Christmas and Halloween (well, Santa Claus and trick-or-treating, anyway) [[RuleOfFunny would be a funny plotline]], but [[{{Jossed}} did not intend to place any deeper meaning or message behind it]].

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* EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory: Some fans proffer prefer the idea that Linus's belief in the Great Pumpkin is supposedly a metaphor for religious faith. Though it ''is'' a metaphor for believing in SantaClaus, [[WordOfGod Schulz claimed]] that he thought the idea of a kid confusing Christmas and Halloween (well, Santa Claus and trick-or-treating, anyway) [[RuleOfFunny would be a funny plotline]], but [[{{Jossed}} did not intend to place any deeper meaning or message behind it]].



** Snoopy's family, especially Spike, from the late 70's onward, due to them all being a massive SpotlightStealingSquad & causing the comic to be less charmingly melancholy.

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** Snoopy's family, especially Spike, from the late 70's onward, due to them all being a massive SpotlightStealingSquad & and causing the comic to be less charmingly melancholy.
8th Jun '17 5:25:54 PM YasminPerry
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** Rerun, Lucy and Linus' younger brother, was resented by many fans for his perceived CreatorsPet status and attendant increasing time in the spotlight at the expense of more developed and funny characters.
** Any other character introduced into the strip that ran the risk of being this (Charlotte Braun, etc.), Schulz unceremoniously dropped.

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** Rerun, Lucy and Linus' younger brother, was resented by many fans for his perceived CreatorsPet status and attendant increasing time in the spotlight at the expense of more developed and funny characters.
** Any other character introduced into the strip that ran the risk of being this (Charlotte Braun, etc.), Schulz unceremoniously dropped.



** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{Alpha Bitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they were both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.
** Rerun, for being an annoying CousinOliver hogging all the screentime throughout the entirety of the 90's.

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** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{Alpha Bitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they were both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.
** Rerun, for being an annoying CousinOliver and CreatorsPet hogging all the screentime throughout the entirety of the 90's.
8th Jun '17 5:23:44 PM YasminPerry
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** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{AlphaBitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they were both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.

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** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{AlphaBitch}}es {{Alpha Bitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they were both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.60's.
** Rerun, for being an annoying CousinOliver hogging all the screentime throughout the entirety of the 90's.
8th Jun '17 5:21:24 PM YasminPerry
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** Snoopy's family, especially Spike from the late 70's onward, due to them all being a massive SpotlightStealingSquad & causing the comic to be less charmingly melancholy.

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** Snoopy's family, especially Spike Spike, from the late 70's onward, due to them all being a massive SpotlightStealingSquad & causing the comic to be less charmingly melancholy.melancholy.
** Violet and Patty, due to them being huge {{AlphaBitch}}es a la Muffy Crosswire from ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''. Thankfully, they were both [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared]] in the mid-to-late 60's.
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