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Peanuts by Charles Schulz for July 05, 1973
Charlie Brown sits on a hill and says, "It's getting light . . . The sun is coming up . . ."<BR><BR> Charlie Brown covers his eyes and says, "I can't look! I can't stand the suspense! But I have to look! I have to know! Will I see the sun, or will I see a baseball? What will I see?"<BR><BR> Charlie Brown looks excited.<BR><BR> Charlie Brown frowns and says, "Good grief!" The sun appears as Alfred E. Nueman from MAD Magazine. Above his head it reads, "What! Me worry?"<BR><BR>
Sparky using Alfred would imply that he heard/read that an issue of MAD has a parody of Peanuts.