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Lio by Mark Tatulli for December 06, 2020

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    eolan59  10 months ago

    Rats!

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    Ed A.  10 months ago

    Apple made it available on PBS for free.

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    TEMPLO S.U.D.  10 months ago

    whoop-tee-doo

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    Arbitrary  10 months ago

    LIO SPOKE?! AGAIN!?

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    TampaFanatic1  10 months ago

    Wow, I am glad that PBS is carrying these Peanuts specials now. It was a bit tone deaf for Apple to block everyone from viewing “The Great Pumpkin” unless you had an account or signed up for a free trial where they made you input a lot of personal data…..

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    jdi801  10 months ago

    Lio spoke!

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    Qiset  10 months ago

    Kodi is the answer!

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    CMScouser  10 months ago

    Lio speaks!!!!

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    Carl Fink Premium Member 10 months ago

    “Woldwide”?

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    rob mccallum Premium Member 10 months ago

    Glad i bought dvds of all the classic holiday specials years ago

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    bxclent  Premium Member 10 months ago

    bad apple

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 10 months ago

    I have the Christmas one, the others are derivative and don’t interest me.

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    car2ner  10 months ago

    I used to have it on DVD or was it VHS. This is what happens when we expect everything to be stored by someone else. sigh.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 10 months ago

    It bothers me that someone who isn’t Charles Schulz’s heir and has no connection to him at all now “owns” his characters. Creative works should go to public domain after one generation.

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    i_am_the_jam  10 months ago

    Feh, I already have it on MP4 :D :D :D

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    tcayer  10 months ago

    BAD Capitalism! Bring on the Socialism!

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    William Robbins Premium Member 10 months ago

    “Rats” is a Peanuts reference, I don’t consider it a violation of Lio speaking rules…

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    Mando  10 months ago

    Only time there was actually speech bubbles. And Lio saying something.

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    BarryCochran Premium Member 10 months ago

    The traditional “apologies to Schulz” line seems to be missing- but then maybe Tatulli’s not the one who should be apologizing.

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    Lord King Wazmo Premium Member 10 months ago

    Brilliant. So tired of great works being held for ransom…bring on the public domain.

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    Edwin Hardy Premium Member 10 months ago

    These peanuts specials used to be on CBS, and then ABC bought the rights. And then Apple was able to buy them. My guess is CBS sold them when the ratings started to get low, And this year ABC was going to stop broadcasting them because the rating were really low.

    So Apple stepped in and bought the rights and kept showing them. Rather than Apple buying your precious childhood memories, it seems to me that Apple saved them. Otherwise they were going to go to Netflix or some other streaming service that wouldn’t make them free at all.

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    bwalk7217  10 months ago

    I bought the DVD’s years ago so I’m all set.

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    del_grande Premium Member 10 months ago

    As opposed to the previous method, where, unless you use an antenna, it wasn’t “free” since you had to pay for your cable/satellite service

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    johndifool  10 months ago

    Cue the sad trombone.

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    Loup Garue  10 months ago

    Rats

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    Ermine Notyours  10 months ago

    When this was last brought up on Lio, I joked that Frosty will really have to bring home the bacon this year to make up for the loss of Charlie Brown. When CBS did show Frosty the Snowman, it was backed with Frosty Returns. That newer special was clearly drawn in the style of Lee Mendelson and with real child voice actors. It was the closest the networks could come to a Peanuts special this time around.

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    stamps  10 months ago

    Apple gets 2 lumps of coal this Christmas.

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    stamps  10 months ago

    I hate this fracturing of theTV/Movie industry. We’ve got Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Apple, etc. I think I’ll just go back to reading books.

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    kathybear  10 months ago

    OMG! Lio speaks!!!!

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    Julie478 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Here is how you can watch the Peanuts specials for free during certain times, without having to get an Apple account.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-watch-peanuts-holiday-specials-apple-tv-for-free-2020-10

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    Plods with ...™ Premium Member 10 months ago

    Bummer. Good thing we have the dvd

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    Impkins & Patsnozzle Premium Member 10 months ago

    Good Grief! :)

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    Stephen Gilberg  10 months ago

    First “My stomach hurts,” now this. Still waiting for “Good grief” and “I can’t stand it.”

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    ScratchyPDX  10 months ago

    Don’t buy into Apple’s capitalism of a seasonal favorite. A Charlie Brown Christmas is public domain on Archive.org – https://archive.org/details/ACharlieBrownChristmasTVMovie19651080pHD

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    quanyindove  10 months ago

    You can also find all the Charlie Brown specials on YouTube as well. Just sucks for those that only have an antenna and no cable or WiFi. : (

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    Back to Big Mike  10 months ago

    Church.

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    Darryl Heine  10 months ago

    Lio speaks for the second time in a comic strip!

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    amaryllis2 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Well done!

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    Michael McKown Premium Member 10 months ago

    Apple will probably sue.

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    Northgalus2002  10 months ago

    Thankfully, Apple TV reached an agreement with the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) and “Charlie Brown Christmas” can be also seen on PBS stations (check local listings). You can also find the DVD of Charlie Brown Christmas fairly easily. I think it’s on Peanuts specials of the 60’s. While “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” could be found on “Peanuts specials of the 70’s”.

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    Craig Westlake  10 months ago

    Tis the season for lack of reason…

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    jsimpso1  10 months ago

    There must be some mistake. Mark Tatulli doesn’t like capitalism but some evil capitalist is charging money for his books on Amazon.

    https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B00C0NB6VW

    Think someone should tell him?

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    Ron Bauerle  10 months ago

    Sort of like the Animaniacs reboot’s only being on Hulu :^(

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    mwooton  10 months ago

    ok, when was the last time Lio spoke in a strip?

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member 10 months ago

    Yep, money grubbing assholes just like Disney +

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    asrialfeeple  10 months ago

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. GOOD GRIEF!!!

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    BubbleExplosion  10 months ago

    This is the first time ive seen lio say anything

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    jestrfyl  10 months ago

    He speaks! It’s as if Henry or The Little King, Harpo Marx or Marcel Marceau had a line to say. (I’d have added Teller the magician, but he had many lines on The Big Bang Theory). This is momentous, thus must be important.

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    awithum  9 months ago

    That’s the first time he has ever talked

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