A Charlie Brown Christmas – The Christmasing

Omega attempts to bring the True Meaning of Christmas(TM) to Hagan through classic American TV specials. Hagan is confused by this wacky band of children who all seem to personify mental disorders.

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  1. Tilquin’s favourite animated Christmas special is “B.C. A Special Christmas”.

  2. Peppermint Patty was introduced in the comic strip in 1966, the year after this special aired, and Marcie didn’t appear until 1971.

  3. I really expected Diamanda to like Charlie Brown. He has her outlook on life. He’s rather cynical.

    Also, I just noticed that Diamanda often looks like she has no teeth when she laughs.

  4. Glenn Beck has pretty much done a 180 on everything. He’s basically become a liberal.

  5. Snorgatch Pandalume

    I’m not a Christian either, but I understand what Linus is saying at the end of the special. Even though it’s from the Bible, it’s a message that transcends the limits of creed. “Peace on Earth, good will towards men.”
    Also, when I was a kid I thought “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing” was about an angel named Harold.

  6. The joke with the shepherd is that it’s Shermy, who started as a main character in the comic (in fact, he was given the very only line of dialog in the very first strip) but was never developed and was relegated to making cameo appearances when Shultz needed “a character with very little personality”.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/celebritology/post/shermy-in-a-charlie-brown-christmas-a-tribute-to-an-unsung-holiday-pop-culture-hero/2011/12/05/gIQAlMe2WO_blog.html

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