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  • Delicious killers of the weak. Made into a spread and great with bread, chocolate, and celery. If you don't eat at least 3 cups of peanut butter a month, you're not a good American. Peanut butter can be crunchy or creamy. Either way it is deadly to children.
  • In addition, Peanuts achieved considerable success for its television specials, several of which, including A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown won or were nominated for Emmys. The holiday specials remain quite popular to this day, and are currently broadcast on ABC in the United States during the appropriate season.
  • Peanuts give +10 hunger when fed to a pet.
  • Peanuts is published by Boom! Studios.
  • Peanuts is a comic strip created by Charles Schultz. It ran for a whopping fifty years, from 1950 to 2000. It follows the adventures of perpetual loser Charlie Brown and his friends (and "friends"). His dog Snoopy in particular is something of a pop culture star. Peanuts has inspired several animated TV specials—A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown are holiday staples for many people—and a highly popular Broadway musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
  • Peanuts are a type of food in Fable II. Depending on the quality of the peanuts you consume, they can either give or take away purity points.
  • One of Danny favourite RAoKs. He got speaking to a lady on the tube, who asked what he did. He told her he was a Cult Leader... To cut a long conversation short, it ended with him persuading her to give him her father's address, him dashing into an internet cafe, and getting joinees to send her father over 60 packets of peanuts in the post.
  • The peanut was first domesticated and cultivated in Paraguay. It is an annual herbaceous plant growing 30 to 50 cm (1.0 to 1.6 ft) tall. Archeologists have dated the oldest specimens to about 7,600 years, found in Peru. Cultivation eventually spread to Mesoamérica, where the Spanish conquistadors found the tlalcacahuatl (the plant's Nahuatl name, whence Mexican Spanish cacahuate, Castillian Spanish "cacahuete," and French cacahuète) being offered for sale in the marketplace of Tenochtitlán (in Mexico City). The peanut was later spread worldwide by European traders. In West Africa farmers were already cultivating a plant from the same family, the Bambara groundnut, which also grows its seed pods underground.
  • Peanuts are a type of food featured in The Last Stand: Union City and The Last Stand: Dead Zone.
  • Peanuts is a Magnus in Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean.
  • Peanuts were a weapon that could only destroy certain vehicles. They were used by the Sith army led by Darth Malak, who didn't realize that they needed to kill people. They were soon defeated by Revan however, due to the fact that Malak didn't realize this until he got murdered by a puny redeemed Sith Lord Revan. Mace Windu was also allergic to peanuts, therefore this proves that ol' Palpy didn't use Force lightning on Mace, but instead used Force peanuts. File:Wiki.pngThis article is a stub. You can help Darthipedia by expanding it. If you don't, we'll destroy your planet.
  • Peanuts is a daily comic strip created and drawn by Charles M. Schulz from 1950 to 1999. After the last new Sunday strip was published in February 2000, some newspapers began reprinting older strips under the title Classic Peanuts. A strip from August 1999 mentions Fred Flintstone. In one of the Three Stooges episodes of The New Scooby-Doo Movies, Shaggy says, "I thought the Red Baron was a beagle." Daphne corrects him: "That's Snoopy, dummy!"
  • Peanuts is a comic strip made into many TV specials. It was noted many times.
  • Peanuts is a comic strip created by Charles Schulz which numerous television specials would be based on along with a television series, The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show, and several made-for-tv movies. Currently, there are 45 television specials including A Charlie Brown Christmas, It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Snoopy!!! The Musical, Why, Charlie Brown, Why, and Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown. Four full-length feature Peanuts films have been produced:
  • Peanuts achieved considerable success with its television specials, several of which, including A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, won or were nominated for Emmy Awards. The holiday specials remain popular and are currently broadcast on ABC in the United States during the corresponding seasons. The Peanuts franchise met acclaim in theatre, with the stage musical You're a Good Man being a successful and often-performed production.
  • He sent the Lone Gunmen an e-mail and an audio recording via the account of Dr. Hasslip. The Lone Gunmen assumed it was a prank being played on them but when they went to the Boulle Behavioral Laboratory, Jimmy Bond pointed out Peanuts waiting for them at the chain link fence's gate just like the message had said. Jimmy Bond went and cut the padlock only to be pounced on by the freed Peanuts. He hid in the van of the Lone Gunmen as they escaped with Yves Adele Harlow. (The Lone Gunmen : Planet of the Frohikes)
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Peanuts/preload editintro=Peanuts/editintro width=25 Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz, which ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000, continuing in reruns afterward. The strip is the most popular and influential in the history of comic strips, with 17,897 strips published in all, making it “arguably the longest story ever told by one human being”. At its peak, Peanuts ran in over 2,600 newspapers, with a readership of 355 million in 75 countries, and was translated into 21 languages. It helped to cement the four-panel gag strip as the standard in the United States, and together with its merchandise earned Schulz more than $1
  • Peanuts ist eine syndizierte Comic für mehrere Tages-und Sonntagszeitungen. Er wurde von Charles M. Schulz geschrieben und gezeichnet. Die erste Comic Strip erschien am 2. Oktober 1950 und lief bis zur letzten am 13. Februar 2000 (der Tag nach Schulz 'Tod). Insgesamt 17.897 verschiedene Peanuts Comic Strips wurden veröffentlicht. Der Comic Strip war einer der populärsten und einflussreichsten in der Geschichte des Mediums, und betrachtet als beliebtester Comic Strip aller Zeiten.
  • In "Brian in Love", Brian is recalling his dream, based on Logan's Run. When Brian is caught, attempting to be a "Runner", he points to Snoopy and claims he should be in his 50s. In "E. Peterbus Unum", when the guys are saying what they got with their tax return, Charlie Brown, dressed unconvincingly as a ghost, said "I got a rock", referring to the Halloween special where he kept getting rocks instead of candy. Peter repeats Linus' request of "Lights please." from A Charlie Brown Christmas in "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas".
  • Peanuts is a popular comic strip about a group of philosophical children created by Charles M. Schulz. The strip began running in newspapers on October 2, 1950, and ended on February 13, 2000, the day after Schulz's death, after which newspapers began to rerun older strips under the title Classic Peanuts. The strip is known for its memorable characters, including perennial loser Charlie Brown, blanket-carrying philosopher Linus, fussbudget Lucy, and Charlie Brown's imaginative dog, Snoopy.
  • The Charles Shultz comic strip Peanuts ran from 1950 to 2000 and inspired many movies. Peanuts is referenced to several times in Arrested Development. Buster commonly refers to genitalia as "Charlie Browns" or "Linus". ("The One Where They Build a House") ("Hand to God") Lucille pokes fun at this. ("¡Amigos!") It has been suggested that Peanuts's African American character Franklin played a role in inspiring Franklin Delano Bluth.
  • Ma non fu facile mettere a tacere lo scandalo, poiché in seguito un diplomatico vignettista, Charles M. Schulz, scoprì per puro caso la raccapricciante vicenda. La sera prima, dopo essersi dato alla pazza gioia nei peggiori bar di Caracas, aveva preso la sua enorme decapottabile rossa color bianco pece e si era messo a guidare a cavalcioni sul cofano tenendo il volante col piede sinistro, e cantando a squarciagola la sigla di Braccio di Ferro. Il giorno dopo, miracolosamente vivo, si ritrovò nudo in posizione fetale nel campo di cocomeri più sincero del mondo. Ma andiamo a conoscerli tutti:
  • Es war einer dieser Tage, wo meine Eltern abends weggingen, wahrscheinlich wieder zu einem Ball oder sowas. Ich habe keine Freundin, deshalb verbrachte ich den Abend allein. Meine Eltern würden erst spät in der Nacht wiederkommen. Ich hatte mir eine Dose Erdnüsse vom Supermarkt geholt, und machte den PC an. Die Nüsse ließ ich neben dem PC stehen. Dann bemerkte ich, dass ich mein Getränk in meinem Zimmer vergessen habe. Ich ging in die Küche und holte meine Cola. Nebenbei sah ich mein Handy neben mir auf dem Kühlschrank liegen. Kategorie:Kurz
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  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=Peanuts/preload editintro=Peanuts/editintro width=25 Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz, which ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000, continuing in reruns afterward. The strip is the most popular and influential in the history of comic strips, with 17,897 strips published in all, making it “arguably the longest story ever told by one human being”. At its peak, Peanuts ran in over 2,600 newspapers, with a readership of 355 million in 75 countries, and was translated into 21 languages. It helped to cement the four-panel gag strip as the standard in the United States, and together with its merchandise earned Schulz more than $1 billion. Reprints of the strip are still syndicated and run in almost every U.S. newspaper. Peanuts achieved considerable success with its television specials, several of which, including A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, won or were nominated for Emmy Awards. The holiday specials remain popular and are currently broadcast on ABC in the United States during the corresponding seasons. The Peanuts franchise met acclaim in theatre, with the stage musical You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown being a successful and often-performed production. Peanuts has been described as “the most shining example of the American success story in the comic strip field”; this is ironic, given its theme is “the great American unsuccess story”. The main character, Charlie Brown, is meek, nervous, and lacks self-confidence. He is unable to fly a kite, win a baseball game, or kick a football. On the surface, the concept of Peanuts seems simple and with little difference from most comic strips: it consists of a short series of events, followed by a joke or gag; however, at least on its 1960s peak, it surpasses most comic strips in that it is sharp, intellectual, emotionally real, and can be read on several levels of enjoyment. In 2013, TV Guide ranked the Peanuts television specials the fourth Greatest TV Cartoon of All Time. A computer-animated feature film based on the strip, The Peanuts Movie, will be released on November 6, 2015.
  • Es war einer dieser Tage, wo meine Eltern abends weggingen, wahrscheinlich wieder zu einem Ball oder sowas. Ich habe keine Freundin, deshalb verbrachte ich den Abend allein. Meine Eltern würden erst spät in der Nacht wiederkommen. Ich hatte mir eine Dose Erdnüsse vom Supermarkt geholt, und machte den PC an. Die Nüsse ließ ich neben dem PC stehen. Dann bemerkte ich, dass ich mein Getränk in meinem Zimmer vergessen habe. Ich ging in die Küche und holte meine Cola. Nebenbei sah ich mein Handy neben mir auf dem Kühlschrank liegen. Da ich es momentan nicht brauchte, ließ ich es aber da liegen. Als ich zurück kam, bemerkte ich, dass die Erdnüsse weg waren. Es war schon komisch, aber mich kümmerte es nicht besonders, da ich sowieso keinen Hunger hatte. Ich öffnete den Browser und schaute ein paar YouTube Videos. Danach wollte ich eine Runde CoD mit meinem Kumpel spielen. Ich ging in die Küche um mein Handy zu holen. Allerdings fand ich mein Handy nicht. Komisch. Als ich mir meine Cola geholt habe, dachte ich, dass ich es gesehen hätte. Naja egal, dann würde ich halt alleine Spielen. Aber das war schon strange, zuerst die Erdnüsse und dann das Handy. Aber das passiert schon mal. Gruselig wurde es erst, als ich einen leisen Ton aus dem Zimmer nebenan hörte, dem Abstellraum der gegenüber der Toilette war. Ich nahm das Festnetz-Telefon, um die Polizei zu rufen. Die Leitung war tot. Zuerst nahm ich den Besen, um den Einbrecher zu stellen und KO zu schlagen. Dann viel mir ein, das der Einbrecher vielleicht besser bewaffnet war als ich. Leise, aber schnell schlich ich mich zur Tür raus. Danach rannte ich so schnell es ging zur Polizei. Diese kam mit zu mir nach Hause und durchsuchte mein Haus. Nach 15 Minuten dann kamen sie wieder heraus, mit einem Menschen. Oder das was von dem Menschen geblieben war. Er hatte dreckige Haare und einen langen Bart. Seine Fingernägel waren 3 cm lang. Außerdem roch er nach Verwesung. Er hatte sich in der Wohnung versteckt um mir aufzulauern. Er war ein gesuchter Folterer und Mörder. Eins habe ich daraus gelernt: Man sollte immer aufpassen, wo man etwas hinlegt. Der Unterschied zwischen "verloren" und "gestohlen" ist nicht sehr groß. Der Unterschied zwischen Leben und Tod ist allerdings schon etwas größer. Und auch du solltest acht geben - nicht immer wenn etwas verschwindet bedeutet das du es verlegt hast. Kategorie:Kurz
  • Peanuts ist eine syndizierte Comic für mehrere Tages-und Sonntagszeitungen. Er wurde von Charles M. Schulz geschrieben und gezeichnet. Die erste Comic Strip erschien am 2. Oktober 1950 und lief bis zur letzten am 13. Februar 2000 (der Tag nach Schulz 'Tod). Insgesamt 17.897 verschiedene Peanuts Comic Strips wurden veröffentlicht. Der Comic Strip war einer der populärsten und einflussreichsten in der Geschichte des Mediums, und betrachtet als beliebtester Comic Strip aller Zeiten. An seiner Spitze lief Peanuts in über 2.600 Zeitungen mit einer Leserschaft von 355 Millionen Menschen in 75 Ländern und wurde in 21 Sprachen übersetzt. Es half, die vier-Gag-Streifen als Standard in den Vereinigten Staaten zu festigen. Reprints des Streifens noch syndizierte und führen in vielen Zeitungen.
  • Delicious killers of the weak. Made into a spread and great with bread, chocolate, and celery. If you don't eat at least 3 cups of peanut butter a month, you're not a good American. Peanut butter can be crunchy or creamy. Either way it is deadly to children.
  • Peanuts is a comic strip created by Charles Schulz which numerous television specials would be based on along with a television series, The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show, and several made-for-tv movies. Currently, there are 45 television specials including A Charlie Brown Christmas, It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving, You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Snoopy!!! The Musical, Why, Charlie Brown, Why, and Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown. Four full-length feature Peanuts films have been produced: * A Boy Named Charlie Brown * Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!!) * Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown * Snoopy, Come Home
  • The Charles Shultz comic strip Peanuts ran from 1950 to 2000 and inspired many movies. Peanuts is referenced to several times in Arrested Development. Buster commonly refers to genitalia as "Charlie Browns" or "Linus". ("The One Where They Build a House") ("Hand to God") Lucille pokes fun at this. ("¡Amigos!") The episode "Good Grief" has many references to Peanuts. The episode's title is a 'catchphrase' of Charlie Brown. Several characters sullenly walk as Charlie Brown does in the animated specials, with their heads and shoulders slumped over. The background music heard during these scenes is a version of "Christmas Time Is Here (Instrumental)" from the Charlie Brown album "A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Vince Guaraldi. It has been suggested that Peanuts's African American character Franklin played a role in inspiring Franklin Delano Bluth.
  • In addition, Peanuts achieved considerable success for its television specials, several of which, including A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown won or were nominated for Emmys. The holiday specials remain quite popular to this day, and are currently broadcast on ABC in the United States during the appropriate season.
  • Peanuts give +10 hunger when fed to a pet.
  • Peanuts is published by Boom! Studios.
  • Peanuts is a comic strip created by Charles Schultz. It ran for a whopping fifty years, from 1950 to 2000. It follows the adventures of perpetual loser Charlie Brown and his friends (and "friends"). His dog Snoopy in particular is something of a pop culture star. Peanuts has inspired several animated TV specials—A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown are holiday staples for many people—and a highly popular Broadway musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
  • Peanuts achieved considerable success with its television specials, several of which, including A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's the Great Pumpkin, won or were nominated for Emmy Awards. The holiday specials remain popular and are currently broadcast on ABC in the United States during the corresponding seasons. The Peanuts franchise met acclaim in theatre, with the stage musical You're a Good Man being a successful and often-performed production. Peanuts has been described as "the most shining example of the American success story in the comic strip field"; this is ironic, given its theme is "the great American unsuccess story." The main character, Charlie Brown, is meek, nervous, and lacks self-confidence. He is unable to fly a kite, win a baseball game, or kick a football. In 2013, TV Guide ranked Peanuts the fourth Greatest TV Cartoon of All Time. A computer-animated feature film based on the strip, Peanuts, will be released on November 6, 2015.
  • Peanuts are a type of food in Fable II. Depending on the quality of the peanuts you consume, they can either give or take away purity points.
  • Ma non fu facile mettere a tacere lo scandalo, poiché in seguito un diplomatico vignettista, Charles M. Schulz, scoprì per puro caso la raccapricciante vicenda. La sera prima, dopo essersi dato alla pazza gioia nei peggiori bar di Caracas, aveva preso la sua enorme decapottabile rossa color bianco pece e si era messo a guidare a cavalcioni sul cofano tenendo il volante col piede sinistro, e cantando a squarciagola la sigla di Braccio di Ferro. Il giorno dopo, miracolosamente vivo, si ritrovò nudo in posizione fetale nel campo di cocomeri più sincero del mondo. Ripresosi dalla sbornia, ebbe modo di scoprire la tragedia avvenuta in quell'orribile luogo. Spinto da pura nobiltà d'animo, o forse da un'avida e spietata sete di successo, illustrò una serie di allucinanti testimonianze sulla vita dei Peanuts. Spiegò come questi pargoletti si rivolgevano al vuoto convinti di parlare con i loro nonni, genitori, insegnanti, tutti morti; di come le loro manie di persecuzione li spingevano a cavalcare cucce come aerei della I guerra mondiale, e di come fossero condannati a non crescere di un millimetro in cinquant'anni di vita. Sfortunatamente, il mondo rise di Schulz vedendo le sue tragiche strisce a fumetti, convinto che fossero disegni umoristici per i loro tratti ridicoli e infantili (in soldoni, Schulz disegnava di merda). Così, ancora oggi quei nanerottoli psicopatici giacciono abbandonati a sé stessi. Ma andiamo a conoscerli tutti:
  • One of Danny favourite RAoKs. He got speaking to a lady on the tube, who asked what he did. He told her he was a Cult Leader... To cut a long conversation short, it ended with him persuading her to give him her father's address, him dashing into an internet cafe, and getting joinees to send her father over 60 packets of peanuts in the post.
  • The peanut was first domesticated and cultivated in Paraguay. It is an annual herbaceous plant growing 30 to 50 cm (1.0 to 1.6 ft) tall. Archeologists have dated the oldest specimens to about 7,600 years, found in Peru. Cultivation eventually spread to Mesoamérica, where the Spanish conquistadors found the tlalcacahuatl (the plant's Nahuatl name, whence Mexican Spanish cacahuate, Castillian Spanish "cacahuete," and French cacahuète) being offered for sale in the marketplace of Tenochtitlán (in Mexico City). The peanut was later spread worldwide by European traders. In West Africa farmers were already cultivating a plant from the same family, the Bambara groundnut, which also grows its seed pods underground.
  • Peanuts are a type of food featured in The Last Stand: Union City and The Last Stand: Dead Zone.
  • In "Brian in Love", Brian is recalling his dream, based on Logan's Run. When Brian is caught, attempting to be a "Runner", he points to Snoopy and claims he should be in his 50s. In "E. Peterbus Unum", when the guys are saying what they got with their tax return, Charlie Brown, dressed unconvincingly as a ghost, said "I got a rock", referring to the Halloween special where he kept getting rocks instead of candy. Peter repeats Linus' request of "Lights please." from A Charlie Brown Christmas in "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas". In "Ready, Willing, and Disabled", Stewie groaned like Charlie Brown when the money clip was claimed, his face becoming nothing but a wide open mouth. Peter visits adult versions of Peppermint Patty and Marcie in "Stuck Together, Torn Apart", who have been interpreted as being lesbians. Peter claims he has to destroy Mel Gibson's film, The Passion of the Christ 2: Crucify This in "North by North Quahog" for the good of Snoopy and all of the other children's characters. After he is fired from his job at The New Yorker, Brian encounters a “No Dogs Allowed” sign, hears a booming voice enforcing the rule and then lays on top of a doghouse. This parodies the Peanuts character Snoopy in the 1972 film Snoopy, Come Home. Charlie also appears in "Mother Tucker", grown up and behaving abominably at the Peanuts reunion where his guest is a coarse skanky crackwhore. He breaks down in tears because Snoopy and Woodstock are dead, the strong implication being that he had supplied the drugs to them which led to their demise. He makes things worse by claiming that he doesn't care about Woodstock, but that Snoopy did not deserve it. When Herbert gets a bath from Meg instead of Chris in "Play It Again, Brian", he exclaims "Aww rats!" in the same manner as Charlie Brown. In "No Meals on Wheels", Violet Gray and Pig-Pen see Stewie who is running Lucy van Pelt's psychiatry stand. In "Love, Blactually", both Brian and Stewie dress as Snoopy for a costume party. Brian is followed by Woodstock after deciding not to go out with Jane. Lucy pulls away a football from Charlie Brown and is kicked by Peter in "Brian's Got a Brand New Bag". Lois also kicks Lucy in "Lethal Weapons". When Stewie tells Chris that he can't always get things right in "Turkey Guys", he sets up a cutaway of Snoopy's "original "Happy Dance"" in which Snoopy does a bump and grind against Lucy. In a Target Department Stores-sponsored advertisement for The Peanuts Movie, Stewie appears dressed as Charlie Brown with Brian as Snoopy.
  • He sent the Lone Gunmen an e-mail and an audio recording via the account of Dr. Hasslip. The Lone Gunmen assumed it was a prank being played on them but when they went to the Boulle Behavioral Laboratory, Jimmy Bond pointed out Peanuts waiting for them at the chain link fence's gate just like the message had said. Jimmy Bond went and cut the padlock only to be pounced on by the freed Peanuts. He hid in the van of the Lone Gunmen as they escaped with Yves Adele Harlow. The Lone Gunmen tried to talk with Peanuts after they retrieved him but they were still unconvinced he was super intelligent. When Peanuts is messing with their gear, Melvin Frohike sets him aside only to find Peanuts stole the keys to the van. He ran outside and climbed into the van but found Yves Adele Harlow waiting for him. At this point, the Lone Gunmen and Yves brought him back inside and it all became clear. Harlow had been more willing to believe he was a super intelligent ape because she had heard of the Boulle program for years: a program to create super intelligent animals to act as spies or assassins. They give Peanuts a laptop, finally realizing he doesn't have human vocal cords, and Peanuts tells them that his name is Simon White-Thatch Potentloins through the voice program he downloaded. Simon uses Edward Woodward's voice to speak to them and he explains that he doesn't trust them as they didn't seem much better than his previous captors. Simon does not wish to cooperate with them since humans don't care about animals so why should he be interested in human politics. Simon gives them a story about another super intelligent chimp, Bobo, who will assassinate a French minister of trade at the DC zoo. John Fitzgerald Byers, Frohike, and Harlow leave to stop this, leaving Richard Langly alone with Simon. The others ask Simon to help Langly hack the lab's computer systems. Langly starts to make a tire swing for Simon while Simon sends the facility a fake ransom demand to bring the military there. Simon hides in a package and is picked up moments before the MPs arrive and arrest Langly, who has been tied up upside down by the chimpanzee. At the zoo, Yves Adele Harlow captures a chimpanzee she believes is Bobo but is actually Simon/Peanuts. When her and Frohike attempt to trade this chimp that they try to pass off as Simon without realizing it is Simon, Dr. Hasslip rubs paint off the ape's head, believing it to be some other chimp. Jimmy Bond figures out it is Simon/Peanuts and that the way to save him is to pretend to give up where Peanuts is. With Hasslip and the MPs leaving with Bobo, Jimmy Bond gives a laptop to Simon and lets the chimpanzee explain the reason for his manipulation of them all. Apparently, Simon/Peanuts wanted to escape but also to be with Lady Bonkers, who had been removed from the lab by Dr. Hasslip. Simon/Peanuts thanks them, points out how they should have more respect for Jimmy Bond who was the only one who paid attention to the chimpanzees looking any different from each other, and relates that he will stay at the zoo even though it is a cage because "the whole world is a cage when you're trapped in it alone." (The Lone Gunmen : Planet of the Frohikes)
  • Peanuts is a Magnus in Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean.
  • Peanuts were a weapon that could only destroy certain vehicles. They were used by the Sith army led by Darth Malak, who didn't realize that they needed to kill people. They were soon defeated by Revan however, due to the fact that Malak didn't realize this until he got murdered by a puny redeemed Sith Lord Revan. Mace Windu was also allergic to peanuts, therefore this proves that ol' Palpy didn't use Force lightning on Mace, but instead used Force peanuts. File:Wiki.pngThis article is a stub. You can help Darthipedia by expanding it. If you don't, we'll destroy your planet.
  • Peanuts is a popular comic strip about a group of philosophical children created by Charles M. Schulz. The strip began running in newspapers on October 2, 1950, and ended on February 13, 2000, the day after Schulz's death, after which newspapers began to rerun older strips under the title Classic Peanuts. The strip is known for its memorable characters, including perennial loser Charlie Brown, blanket-carrying philosopher Linus, fussbudget Lucy, and Charlie Brown's imaginative dog, Snoopy. At its peak, Peanuts ran in over 2,600 newspapers, with a readership of 355 million in 75 countries, and was translated into 21 languages. The comic strip has spawned many television specials, four animated feature films, two stage musicals, and two television series. Snoopy was even ranked number six in Animal Planet's 50 Greatest TV Animals.
  • Peanuts is a daily comic strip created and drawn by Charles M. Schulz from 1950 to 1999. After the last new Sunday strip was published in February 2000, some newspapers began reprinting older strips under the title Classic Peanuts. A strip from August 1999 mentions Fred Flintstone. In one of the Three Stooges episodes of The New Scooby-Doo Movies, Shaggy says, "I thought the Red Baron was a beagle." Daphne corrects him: "That's Snoopy, dummy!"
  • Peanuts is a comic strip made into many TV specials. It was noted many times.
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