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  • Wild Brain

  • Hi, Sally Brown.

  • Are you watching television?

  • Don't you have to write a school report?

  • You'll do it later.

  • If you say so.

  • Sally Brown, what's your school report on Sally Brown Oceans.

  • Have you done any research on?

  • And are you going to give Snoopy some ice screen?

  • You do it later.

  • Good grief, Sally Brown.

  • Sally reports, do you tomorrow?

  • So when you going to start way?

  • You start now on the school bus on the way to school.

  • You need someone on the bus to lend you paper and a pencil.

  • Good grief, Sally Brown.

  • Oh, no, Sally, you haven't done your report.

  • What will you dio Sally Sally Teachers calling for you?

  • Um, this is Sandy Brown's report on oceans.

  • There are no oceans in Kansas.

  • There are no oceans in Nebraska.

  • There are no oceans in Nevada.

  • There are no oceans in Minnesota.

  • Who?

  • I don't think that's what the teacher meant when she said the report should go into detail.

  • Hi, Sally.

  • You failed your report.

  • Well, I hope you learned your lesson.

  • Next time.

  • I'm sure you'll study hard.

  • Don't slack off on.

  • And good grief.

  • Sally Brown.

  • Hello, Snoopy.

  • Snoopy.

  • Hello.

  • Snoopy, Where are you?

  • Oh, there you are.

  • I've been looking all over for you.

  • Hello?

  • Can you hear me, Snoopy?

  • What is that noise?

  • What?

  • You're writing a story.

  • I'm sorry for disturbing.

  • What's wrong is your story.

  • Not doing well.

  • I see you've got writer's block.

  • That can be very tricky.

  • Not to worry, though.

  • I'm sure we can figure it out together.

  • So what kind of story would you like to write?

  • What kind of stories?

  • This.

  • Oh, is this a mystery story?

  • What a great idea.

  • So what mystery?

  • I'll be going to Seoul.

  • Oh, no.

  • Linus is security.

  • Blanket is gone.

  • Missing way.

  • Have to find it.

  • Let's look for clues.

  • Secret Agent Snoopy.

  • I can't see any clues.

  • Secret Agent Snoopy, can you?

  • Did you see that?

  • Allow that.

  • Well, I guess I must have imagined way need to get after that blanket quickly.

  • But how do we catch it?

  • That's a good try, Snoopy.

  • But not even a basketball player can jump high enough to catch it.

  • Any other ideas?

  • Wow.

  • It's the Flying Ace.

  • Justin time.

  • Can you help us catch Linus blanket?

  • It's been blown into the sky.

  • Great.

  • Ready.

  • Set go, I guess.

  • Wait for May.

  • No, it's gone to high way.

  • Can't fly up there.

  • How are we going to get it back now?

  • P thing?

  • Don't you think this might be a little extreme?

  • Snoopy waken Just replace the blanket.

  • Is everything okay?

  • Oh, no, Snoopy, use your parachute.

  • What do you mean you don't have a parachute?

  • What do you have for you?

  • That was a close one.

  • Sniff.

  • I mean masked Marvel, Are you okay?

  • Now?

  • We just need to find Linus is blank.

  • Oh, well, I guess the day saved.

  • You should get that over to Linus as soon as you can.

  • Masked marvel up, up in a way.

  • Wow, That was a great story, Snoopy.

  • I can't wait to read it again.

  • What do you mean you didn't write it down?

  • Don't worry.

  • I guess this means we can write another story Now.

  • What should it be about?

  • Snoopy's asleep.

  • I wonder what he's dreaming about.

  • Snoopy?

  • What is it?

  • No!

  • Hello, Linus.

  • What's that?

  • You've got Do a cookie.

  • Our Linus looks like you've got Snoopy's attention.

  • Seems like Linus isn't moved by your scare tactics.

  • Snoopy?

  • Oh, no, Snoopy.

  • Looks like you won't be getting any cookies out of Linus.

  • Snoopy!

  • Look over there!

  • Let's try our luck with Charlie Brown snooping.

  • He can't turn down a begging dog.

  • Oh, Charlie Brown says he'll split his cookies with these new pain.

  • That was very nice of you, Charlie Brown.

  • You get three cookies each snooping dogs can't count.

  • A likely excuse.

  • Good grief, Charlie Brown.

  • Good morning, Snoopy.

  • You're looking extra cool today.

  • Oh, it's the mailman.

  • Look out, Joe!

  • Call!

  • Wow!

  • You really are cool, Joe.

  • Call!

  • I thought that was going to hit you.

  • What do you have there?

  • It's an invitation to Linus Is birthday party.

  • You love parties.

  • Wait a second.

  • This isn't just any party.

  • It's a costume party.

  • Doesn't that sound exciting?

  • Well, costume.

  • Are you going to wear a baseball player?

  • What a great idea!

  • This costume really knocks it out of the park.

  • A Oh, come on, Smithy.

  • Wow!

  • I really struck out with that joke.

  • Yare Tous The world famous Black Eagle, The pirate of us, Maiti!

  • Actually, Snoopy.

  • Maybe Black Beagle isn't the best costume.

  • Do you remember what happened last time?

  • No, I black beagle, Those of presence.

  • No buried treasure it's OK.

  • We'll find another great costume Instead.

  • It's secret.

  • Agents knew.

  • Ph!

  • Sorry.

  • It's secret Agent Snoopy.

  • It looks like he's undercover.

  • I'm not sure I do like secret agents, Snoopy, but I'm not sure Linus will enjoy you sneaking around his birthday party.

  • Any other ideas?

  • Was that a plane?

  • No.

  • Eat the masked marvel.

  • What a great idea.

  • Snoopy, you're going to have so much fun at the party.

  • Whoa!

  • You're going to be late for Linus Is party masked Marvel.

  • You better get going.

  • Have a marvelous time.

  • Masked marvel.

Wild Brain

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