Ad blocker interference detected!
Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers
Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.
"Linus' Security Blanket" is the fifth episode of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. It premeired on October 15, 1983.
"Snoopy and Woodstock"
Sally tries to tell jokes in front of her class.
Charlie Brown refuses to call the ballgame on account of rain, even though waves form around his pitcher's mound.
Lucy pyscho-analyses Charlie Brown's personality on sunrises and sunsets.
Lucy taunts Charlie Brown to kick the football by pretending to be asleep.
This is the longest short in the special.
Linus gives Snoopy his blanket (which is colored green in this short), in hopes he can break his habit. He tells the beagle not to give it back to him, no matter how much he pleads and begs for it and no matter how desperate he becomes. Snoopy has the blanket made into two sports coats, one for himself and one for Woodstock.
Charlie Brown gets tangled in his kite string, and hung upside-down (the same gag is also used in A Charlie Brown Celebration).
Snoopy and Woodstock try to catch an afternoon nap. (First used in It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown)
Snoopy begins clinging to anyone who believes dogs have made the world a better place. Unfortunatley, Charlie Brown gets saddled with the grateful beagle, and cannot get rid of him. Lucy eventually convinces Snoopy to let go by saying it could damage Charlie Brown's arm, but later clings to Charlie herself when he says that the world is better because of girls. Note: This short uses the same voice cast from It's an Adventure, Charlie Brown.