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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
TV Review: Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown (2003)
Lucy Must Be Traded, Charlie Brown (2003) This is another Charlie Brown look at baseball created by Charles Schultz. It has some very cute vignettes, which leads to a good presentation. Tony and I like Charlie Brown. For opening day the have Woodstock instead of 100 pigeons. Lucy is Charlie Brown’s worse fear. There she is in right field, and she cannot catch. Lucy doesn’t have a clue some times. He wants to trade Lucy, but Peppermint Patty only wants Snoopy. The trade is made for four good players, Charlie Browns trades his own dog. He then has buyer’s remorse, and luckily none of the four will change teams, so Peppermint Patty calls the deal off. However the trade right fielders, Lucy for Violet—but neither of them our happy so they trade back. Everyone is where they belong. Charlie Brown’s team loses every game, as it should be.