Why is she in the TV special characters category. She was originally introduced in the strip, not the TV special. Statue-of-liberty (talk) 00:01, July 2, 2013 (UTC)

Because she's an unseen character in the strip but she's seen on TV. Simon Peter Hughes (talk) 11:16, July 2, 2013 (UTC)
I feel that according to that logic, The Little Red-Haired Girl should be in TV special characters as well, as she was never seen in the strip, but is seen in a couple of TV specials. Statue-of-liberty (talk) 11:25, July 2, 2013 (UTC)
Snoopy's fiancee is named GENEVIEVE. "After disappearing one night, Snoopy returns in the morning to say he has met the “beagle of his dreams” and he’s getting married. But on the day of the nuptials, Snoopy’s fiancée runs off with Snoopy’s brother, Spike, who was set to be the Best Beagle at the ceremony. Soon after, a heartbroken Snoopy receives a letter from Spike saying that his ex-fiancée ran off with a coyote. Snoopy's fiancée was never seen in the comic strip. But when the storyline became the basis for the 1985 TV special, Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown, she's both seen and given a name—Genevieve. A few other changes were made as well - instead of a beagle she’s a poodle, and she doesn't run off with Spike, but with a golden retriever." ( (talk) 18:52, November 15, 2016 (UTC)

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