Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Condominium. They sing the song on the way to the grandma's place when Charlie Brown said the only problem is that she lives in a condominium.
Peppermint Patty. She wanted to know where the turkey is, etc..
Snoopy. Snoopy cooked, prepared, and helped eat the dinner!
Linus. I think Linus is the logical one in all the Peanut shows!
|According to the prayer said before the dinner, in what year did the pilgrims celebrate the first Thanksgiving feast?||A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
A chair. The chair gives him some pretty good licks!
Herself. Her dad is out of town, so she heads over to Chuck's house.
The Peanuts gang used Snoopy's Christmas lights to decorate it. They felt sorry for Charlie Brown so they took the decorations and lights off of Snoopy's doghouse to decorate it.
Luke. I believe it's chapter 2 of Luke.
A Christmas light contest. He won first place in a Christmas light decoration contest, much to the dismay of Charlie Brown
A scrawny, little tree. He liked that tree better than the aluminum ones they had on the lot. The Peanuts gang was not pleased with his selection, however. Oh, and by the way, artificial trees are so un-Christmaslike.
All the animals. He was given the part of all the animals in the play.
A shepherd. According to Shermy, it was the same thing every year. He always ended up being a shepherd.
Tens and twenties. Yep. Needless to say, big brother Charlie Brown wasn't happy about it.
Ice skating. In the opening scene, the kids and Snoopy are seen ice skating.
Pantophobia. Lucy concluded that Charlie Brown had pantophobia, or the fear of everything. Batophobia is the fear of heights, bibliophobia is the fear of books, and catoptrophobia is the fear of mirrors.
|When Lucy asked Linus about getting rid of his blanket, what did Linus say he'd do with it in the future?||A Charlie Brown Christmas
Make it into a sportcoat. I swear, that kid would take his blanket to college if he could.
A gold ribbon. If you ask me, it must have been a pretty weak neighborhood if a doghouse with about 20 lights, a little bit of tinsel, and a weathervane on it wins first place.
He never had his picture on a bubblegum card. This quote is not very current now. Anyone who collects cards knows that the day of that delcious gum accompying the card has long since past.
Naturally curly hair. "Do Innkeeper's wives have naturally curly hair?"
|When Linus asks Lucy to give him "one good reason" why he should memorize his lines for the play, Lucy gives him more than one reason. How many reasons does she give?||Charlie Brown Christmas Show
five . Lucy stares at him and counts her fingers off one by one "one, two, three, four, five!" balling them up into a fist which she then waves in front of Linus. Linus' response: "Those are good reasons."
Santa Claus. Lucy appoints herself as the Christmas Queen, Charlie Brown is asked to be the director, and Pigpen is cast as the innkeeper.
Make it into a sport coat. Later on in the show, Linus shows that his blanket also makes a quality shepherd's hat.
Lucy. Linus responds to Lucy with one of my favorite lines. "I don't know, they look ripe to me."
The fact that nobody likes him. Charlie Brown makes the remark after looking in his mailbox for Christmas cards which, as we all know, he will never receive. Shortly afterwards, he sarcastically thanks Violet for her Christmas card.
J. Sterling Morton. Arbor Day was officially proclaimed by Nebraska Governor, Robert W. Furnas on March 12, 1874. Arbor Day was observed on April 10, 1874. In 1885, Arbor Day was named a legal holiday in Nebraska.
Rain. Charlie Brown was actually going to win his first game, but it got rained out. They end up postponing the game which means that Charlie Brown did not win.
Lucy. Schroeder bet Lucy could not hit a homerun. Lucy said that if she does hit a homerun, she wanted Schroeder to give her a kiss. Schroeder said that if Lucy does hit a homerun, he will give her a kiss at the homeplate. Schroeder was too shy about getting a kiss from Lucy, that she did not want to kiss him if he did not really want it.