Peanuts by Charles Schulz for September 13, 1953
Schroeder playing his piano.<BR><BR> He continues playing.<BR><BR> Elsewhere, Charlie and Lucy are talking. Lucy says, "Now take that expression, 'He turned three shades green'.."<BR><BR> Lucy asks, "What kind of talk is that?!"<BR><BR> Charlie asks, "You've never seen anyone 'turn three shades green'? You just come with me.." Lucy is curious about where Charlie is taking her.<BR><BR> They go into the room where Schroeder is playing his piano. Charlie says, "Watch this." Charlie yells. "That Beethoven stuff is just a big fake!"<BR><BR> Schroeder stops playing and listens to Charlie who says, "Piano music is for idiots! Give me an accordion and a polka anytime! That's real music!"<BR><BR> Schroeder has a straight face. His face turns into a grimace.<BR><BR> He looks really mad.<BR><BR> Charlie and Lucy walk away. Charlie asks, "Did you ever see three more beautiful shades of green?"<BR><BR>
explain me one thing: are these strips supposed to be coloured?