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  1. dsukenick commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    It was the first lines of the 1972 film Snoopy Come Home.

  2. dsukenick commented on Peanuts 26 days ago

    Miss Othmar is back again as the teacher of Linus, after an absence of more than 21 years. Her presence in the strip had always been, for that matter, strangely hesitant. She was always on the verge of leaving for one reason or another, to the chagrin of Linus. She was first mentioned on October 6, 1959, but soon after she quit her job because she got married to Mr. Hagemeyer, somewhere between February 2, 1960 (when she announced the wedding to the class) and Febuary 15, 1960 (when Linus received a thank you letter from her.) However, she was back to work one year and a half later on September 1, 1961. Another year later, on December 19, 1962, she announced her retirement because she wanted to start “a family of her own.” Yet she was still teaching on January 15, 1965. Finally, she was fired on February 28, 1969, after a strike that had started on February 24, and replaced by Miss Halverson on March 5. Linus’ last thoughts for Miss Othmar, before today, were on March 7, 1969.

  3. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    I’m guessing Lucy.

  4. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    I love the look on her face in the last panel.

  5. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    It was in March.

  6. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    Nope its at the end of the book.

  7. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    I forgot about this strip.

  8. dsukenick commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    In a Peanuts Treasury this was a daily.

  9. dsukenick commented on Peanuts 2 months ago

    On Play it Again Charlie Brown she says but we won’t let that stand in the way of our eventual marriage will we?

  10. dsukenick commented on Peanuts 2 months ago

    I love when Snoopy breaks the fourth wall.