She must be his favorite, he doesn’t seem to talk to anyone else, except Charlie on the base ball field.
Schroeder doesn’t forget Beethoven’s bday. We just don’t see him celebrating it. I feel like Schulz only mentions it every few years now because he’s already done a lot with the b-day and Schultz has some newer characters and stories to focus on. (It’s just my guess)
I think he doesn’t want to sit next to Charlie fantasizing about the little red haired girl.
If that station did things right, she would’ve been connected to a line off-air first someone could figure out she was a nut before letting her on on-air.
Do you have to give everything about the butterfly away? It spoils it for anyone who hasn’t read it yet.
Snoopy knows he’s a dog, it’s just his mama didn’t raise him to pull kids around on skateboards.
Here’s my translation: Dear Pen Pal, How have you been? I have been fine. How has the weather been? The weather here has been fine.
And just as Lucy was about to get back to home for a 4th point, Charlie Brown came back, not knowing what was going on, threw the ball to the other team who were able to quickly tag Lucy out before she reached home plate.
I can picture it now: The bases are loaded, Charlie Brown’s steps up to home plate at the end of the final inning. The pressure is on, if he hits it he will be a hero, if not a he’s a goat. Just as the pitcher is winding up, a hungry beagle steps in the batting zone. Charlie Brown is forced to leave to get Snoopy his dinner.
Lucy, tired from standing out in the sun and crabby about the long game, doesn’t want to wait for Charlie Brown. Lucy grabs her bat and steps up to home plate. The pressure is on, if anyone gets in her way Lucy will slug them. The pitcher winds up the pitch and sends a 90mph fast ball her way. BAM!!! She hits the ball clear across the sky. Meanwhile as Charlie Brown is handing Snoopy his dish, SPLAT, the baseball lands in his food.
And that’s how the team earned 3 points that day.