PETA might have some issues with the treatment of other specimens in the zoo, though.
This reminds me a lot of that mouse with an ear growing on its back. Remember that?
There are definitely adults. They are just always outside the frame. There are teachers and a principal, as we just saw. The kids have parents. Charlie Brown has his barber dad. Peppermint Patty apparently has a single dad who keeps calling her his “rare gem.” The van Pelts have a mom who keeps riding her bike recklessly with Rerun on the back, and the “blanket-hating” Grandma who visits occasionally.
Well, obviously I take your mother’s side. Long before widescreen TVs became a thing, it was clear to me that a lot was lost in pan&scan.
I’ve heard several stories of cats riding buses. A quick Google search gave me quite a few. Dogs, of course, aren’t usually left to their own as much, but then, this is Snoopy.
The “Miracle on 34th Street” Santa wasn’t that pro-capitalism. He definitely felt that the commercialisation was ruining Christmas.
Unless Aquarius and Cheesecake share their hallucination.
I think you mean Dollar Bill. Did our old pal interfere from the hereafter?
Back then, it would also have been “formatted to fit your screen.” Meaning that if we saw two people talking, we never saw both at the same time. I’m so glad widescreen took over.
Of course. I think the title of the TV show accidentally worked itself in there.