(Lucy threatens Linus with a fist.)
Lucy: These five fingers... individually, they're nothing. But when I curl them together like this into a single unit, they form a weapon that is terrible to behold!
(Linus gives in. Quickly. And then talks to his fingers.)
Linus: Why can't you guys get organized like that?
Linus: I was going to use this box of chocolate mix here, but I changed my mind... I didn't want to use it after what I read on the side...
Lucy: What does it say on the side?
Linus: It's full of ingredients!
(CB gets nailed during a ball game and lies dazed on the pitcher's mound.)
Pattie: What happened?
Linus: Charlie Brown got hit with a line drive!
Pattie: Does anyone here know anything about first aid?
Lucy: It's probably not serious. Second or third aid will do.
Linus: Here, run over to the drinking fountain and soak this handkerchief with cold water.
Lucy: You're kidding! With a head like Charlie Brown's you'll need a bed sheet!
CB: I'm dying and all I hear is insults!
CB: I'll tell you why English teachers go to college for four years. So they can make stupid little kids write stupid essarys on what they did all stupid summer!
Linus: We had a good time at school today. Our teacher took us on a field trip. We went out and we saw this great big field. It was a real field, and we saw it! We stood right there are we saw that field! [Note: the look on Linus' face does not indicate sarcasm.]
CB: Do you think you'll be going on any more field trips?
Linus: I doubt it. When you've seen one field, you've seen them all.
[Lots of snow about.]
Snoopy: The only way to beat the cold weather is to hibernate. I will now settle down in my den and not come out until... suppertime.
[Lucy makes Linus some toast.]
Linus: You gonna make some toast? How about putting in a slice for me?
Lucy: Here you are.
Linus: Thank you very much. Hey! This is too light! It's hardly singed! Surely you don't expect me to eat raw toast!
Lucy: Everywhere you go you seem to run into phonies! The people you think are sincere usually turn out not to be, and the people you think aren't sincere usually turn out to be sincere! The question is, how do you tell the phonies from the realies?
Linus: Life is peculiar. Wouldn't you like to have your life to live over if you knew what you know now?
Sally: What do I know now?
Sally: I worry about getting old... who wants to be nine?
Lucy: Have you ever seen an X-ray of a hiccup?
Snoopy: I hate it when it snows on my french toast!
Sally: That was so exciting I never want to do it again.
Marcie: I think the teacher is mad at you for not doing your homework. She says she may have to resort to castigation.
Pattie: They can't do something to you if you don't know what it means.
CB: Sometimes I lie awake at night and I ask "What is the meaning of life?" Then a voice comes to me that says "I before E except after C!"
[CB is behind a tree.]
CB: Real love is standing behind a tree so you can see her when she leaves her house. Of course it can sometimes be embarassing. Like when you discover you've been standing on the wrong side of the tree.
Lucy: Rerun, I head you're getting pretty good with your numbers. Let's have a little test. Tell me what you see. [She holds out three fingers.]
Lucy: Okay Rerun, let's work on our counting again. Now, how many fingers do you see? [She holds out four fingers.]
Rerun: All but the thumb.
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CB: In the book of life, the answers aren't in the back.
CB: Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter quite like unrequited love.
Snoopy: Why can't we get all the people together in the world that we really like and then just stay together? I guess that wouldn't work. Someone would leave. Someone always leaves and then we have to say good-bye. I hate good-byes. I know what I need. I need more hellos.