Peanuts by Charles Schulz for April 29, 1952
Lucy and Schroeder stand smiling by the water's edge as Patty talks to a sitting Charlie Brown. She says, "We need a fourth for bridge, Charlie Brown...."<BR><BR> He stands and asks, "And so you want ME to play with you, eh?"<BR><BR> He runs off with them and continues, "This is very flattering although I'll admit that I play a good game..."<BR><BR> He looks at the reader grimacing as Lucy skips, Patty is holding his hand in the air, and Schroeder is crouching through and under their hands. The kids sing, "Londong Bridge Is Falling Down..."<BR><BR>
Krendall about 11 years ago
This is the first interaction between Lucy and Schroeder, I believe.
MoonlitKnight Premium Member almost 11 years ago
Yes, first time Lucy and Schroeder appear in the same strip
yow4zip Premium Member almost 11 years ago
What did you expect with little kids, Charlie Brown?
tdoug1 over 7 years ago
Charlie is the dummy!
NougatBrains over 2 years ago
Charlie knows how to play BRIDGE?
Commenter8888 almost 2 years ago
bridge is a good game.