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  • WildBrain.

  • You know what the whole trouble with you is, Charlie Brown?

  • No.

  • And I don't wanna know.

  • Leave me alone.

  • The whole trouble with you is you won't listen to what the whole trouble with you is.

  • You need someone to point out your faults, Charlie Brown.

  • It's for your own good, and I can do that.

  • My system is unique.

  • What's so unique about it?

  • I've created a slideshow presentation.

  • Okay, turn out the lights.

  • First, Charlie Brown, we'll look at slides that deal with your many personality faults.

  • Some of them are quite shocking.

  • Take this one, for instance.

  • Easy, easy.

  • This is only the beginning.

  • Next are slides of your inherited faults.

  • In other words, these are faults over which you had no real control.

  • These take about an hour or so.

  • Oh, good grief.

  • If it's any consolation, you rank above average in inherited faults.

  • I stand consoled.

  • Now, these slides show your biggest and most damaging faults.

  • Because of their importance, they will be shown in full color with dramatic music.

  • Turn it off, I can't stand it any longer.

  • I can't stand it.

  • I've never gone through anything like that in my life.

  • I never knew I had so many faults.

  • I've never been so miserable.

  • It's not so bad, Charlie Brown.

  • Just wait until you get my bill.

  • I don't feel so good.

  • What's wrong, Charlie Brown?

  • He's probably been hit on the head by too many fly balls.

  • I think I'll go home.

  • Yes, sir.

  • Too many fly balls.

  • Yes, ma'am.

  • My name is Charles Brown.

  • I think I have an emergency.

  • Hello.

  • No, I'm his sister, Sally Brown.

  • He's in the hospital, but who will feed the dog?

  • I wonder if I'm dying.

  • I wonder if they'd tell me I was dying.

  • I wonder if the little red-haired girl would rush to my side.

  • I've got to stop thinking about things like that.

  • I can't believe that Charlie Brown is still in the hospital.

  • What if he never gets better?

  • It's not fair.

  • It's strange you're so upset because you treat him so poorly.

  • Stop wiping your tears on my piano.

  • Sally says Charlie Brown isn't feeling any better, and she's moving her things into his room.

  • I know you can't hear me, Charlie Brown, but if you get better, I promise I'll never pull the football away again.

  • That's quite a promise.

  • I bet he feels better already.

  • You know, I suddenly feel great.

  • Charlie Brown, you're back.

  • - You're well. -I heard something about a promise.

  • Oh, good grief.

  • Remember, you promised.

  • You have to let me kick the football.

  • I don't know about this, Charlie Brown.

  • There's no stopping me now.

  • I can't look.

  • Well, I did it.

  • I kept my promise.

  • I didn't pull the football away.

  • Yes, and I messed up and kicked you instead of the football.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Is there anything I can do?

  • Yes.

  • Next time you go to the hospital,

  • stay there.

  • Charlie Brown, did you catch that?

  • You've got great hands.

  • -I do? -Why you standing out here all alone on the pitcher's mound?

  • Baseball season's over.

  • Let's play some football.

  • I don't know.

  • I'm not very good at football.

  • I can never seem to kick one.

  • So kicking's not your specialty.

  • Maybe you can throw.

  • You might have the makings of a world-class quarterback.

  • Me, a quarterback?

  • Do you really think so?

  • Sure.

  • I'll show you how to throw like a pro.

  • First off, the tips of your fingers should touch the laces.

  • That's right.

  • Now, grab the football like a sandwich.

  • What type of sandwich?

  • And pull the ball behind your ear.

  • Just like that.

  • This is important.

  • Square your shoulders with the goalpost.

  • Now you're aiming.

  • I am?

  • Now, step toward your target and lean on your back foot and push all your weight into the throw.

  • This is the critical part, Charlie Brown.

  • You've got to try and see over your blocker and find your wide receiver.

  • -I do? -Call the play.

  • The receiver fakes right.

  • He fakes left.

  • He's sprinting to the 15 yard line.

  • Is there enough time for him to get into position?

  • Is the receiver clear?

  • Will your pass be intercepted?

  • Do you call an alternative play?

  • Do you run the ball?

  • I don't know.

  • You start to run, but the pass is not clear.

  • The guards can't hold the line, you've got to throw the ball, Charlie Brown, throw the ball, throw it!

  • So, you wanna play football, Charlie Brown?

  • It's gonna be a long season.

  • The old pitcher's mound.

  • You and I have spent a lot of time up here.

  • I love baseball.

  • I could play baseball every day of my life.

  • You're an unusual girl.

  • Let's say it's the last half of the ninth inning, two out, and you are up to bat, Chuck.

  • Even though you're my friend, I still have to try and strike you out, right?

  • Of course, there's no other way to play the game.

  • You kind of like me, don't you, Charlie?

  • I worked up the schedule for our teams.

  • Take a look and tell me what you think.

  • You touched my hand, Chuck, you sly dog.

  • I have a problem, Linus.

  • I think Chuck likes me.

  • He's nice and all that.

  • But how could I flip over someone like Chuck?

  • I could strike him out in three straight pitches.

  • If a person likes another person,

  • but that other person doesn't like the first person as much as that first person likes the other person,

  • what should the other person do?

  • Say that again?

  • If a person likes another person, but that other person doesn't like the first person as much as that first person likes the other person, what should the other person do?

  • I don't know.

  • I don't wanna hurt Chuck, but how can I possibly look him in the eye and tell him I don't like him as much as he likes me?

  • Write him a "Dear Chuck" letter?

  • Linus, you're a genius.

  • Look, look, I got a letter.

  • I think it's from the little red-haired girl.

  • What?

  • I know you like me, and in my own way, I like you too.

  • Did you hear that?

  • She likes me too.

  • That's not from the little red-haired girl, Chuck.

  • It's from me.

  • You like me!

  • I do?

  • How can you be so stupid, Chuck?

  • Your heart is breaking and you don't even know it.

  • I don't?

  • By golly, if I ever hit a deep drive into center field, and I ran first base, and I ran on second base, and I ran on third base, and I go tearing into home like a runaway freight,

  • you better not be in my way!

  • That's the longest story that I've ever heard.

  • Stop breathing on me.

  • You're supposed to be in bed.

  • But I can't sleep.

  • Go count sheep or something.

  • Can't you see I'm watching TV?

  • What's the matter with you?

  • Counting sheep is a good idea,

  • although I feel a little bad about waking the sheep.

  • I hope they don't mind working nights.

  • 1, 2, do you find it rewarding to help people fall asleep?

  • 3,4, wait!

  • I've counted you already. One at a time, one at a time!

  • 28, 29. You're going too fast. Slow down.

  • Hey, don't eat that! That's my homework.

  • 49, 50. Stop moving around so much.

  • 55, 56. Stop!

  • What's all this whacking about? Be quiet and go to sleep!

  • Baa!

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