That would take some planning for this one strip, considering that we’ve known her full name for years. The fact that it’s the same number of syllables isn’t much of a coincidence at all.
On my birthday, I realised that this year’s calendar matched the one from when I was born, and that this only happens every 28 years.
He likes to eat tuna fish sandwiches, so presumably he must go sometimes.
It’s a bit curious, though. Lizz’s handset looks like it belongs on an old land line phone, except that there doesn’t seem to be a cord.
This Shaky presumably doesn’t have a record yet, so they wouldn’t have a mugshot.
It’s something of a mystery at times where they got all of those photos on the screens.
The Meryl Streep detail seems more suggestive than Schulz would ever do.
For the longest time, the sequences with him on the back of the bicycle was all he was ever used for. I remember Schulz once commenting that he regretted introducing him because he couldn’t use him for much.
However, during the last few years of the strip, Rerun became a major character. He got mixed up in what would end up being the very last “Charlie Brown tries to kick the football” strip.
Later strips had him brown nosing to the boss boss, which proved more fruitful.
It was barely getting started. Of course, there were no cellphones with caller ID built in. You’d have to have a special box.
Supposedly, Pink Floyd kept getting asked that question.