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WatchMojo.com is a Canadian based video content producer, publisher, and syndicator. It was founded on January 23, 2005. by media executive and entrepreneur Ashkan Karbasfrooshan, Raphael Daigneault and Christine Voulieris. The company's mission is to "inform and entertain," and they publish videos on YouTube daily about pop culture, most of which are top ten lists.

References to Peanuts

  • There is a video published on September 30, 2011 called "The Origins of Charlie Brown."[1]
  • In the video "Top 10 Christmas TV Specials," which was published on December 21, 2011, A Charlie Brown Christmas is ranked as number six. [2]
  • In the video "Top 10 TV Cartoon Catchphrases," which was published on June 19, 2012, number ten is Charlie Brown's catchphrase, "Good grief." [3]
  • The video "The History of Halloween," which was published on October 26, 2012, includes clips from It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.[4]
  • The video "The History of Thanksgiving", which was published on November 16, 2012, includes clips from A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and the episode "The Mayflower Voyagers' from This Is America, Charlie Brown.[5]
  • The video "The History of Christmas", which was published on December 20, 2012, includes clips from A Charlie Brown Christmas.[6]
  • The video "The History of valentine's Day", which was published on February 11, 2013, includes clips from Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown.[7]
  • The video "The History of Easter", which was published on March 31, 2013, includes clips from It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown.[8]
  • For the video "Top 10 Thanksgiving Television Episodes," which was published on November 27, 2013, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is ranked as number one.[9]
  • In the video "Top 10 Iconic Cartoon Characters of All Time," which was published on March 11, 2014, Charlie Brown is ranked as number seven.[10]
  • For the video "Top 10 TV Brats," which was published on March 16, 2014, Lucy is ranked as number four.[11]
  • For the video "Top 10 Animated Dogs in Movies and TV," which was published on May 7, 2014, Snoopy is ranked as number three.[12]
  • In the video "Top 10 Best Cartoons That Got Cancelled," which was published on May 24, 2014, The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show is an honorable mention.[13]
  • For the video "Top 10 Cartoon Best Friends on TV," which was published on June 22, 2014, Snoopy and Woodstock are number eight. [14]
  • In the video "Top 10 Comic Strips," which was published on July 20, 2014, Peanuts is ranked as number two.[15]
  • In the video "Top 10 Unseen TV Characters," which was published on September 24, 2014, all adults of the Peanuts universe are ranked as number seven.[16]

References

  1. "The Origins of Charlie Brown" on YouTube.
  2. "Top 10 Christmas TV Specials" on YouTube.
  3. "Top 10 TV Cartoon Catchphrases" on YouTube.
  4. "The History of Halloween" on YouTube,
  5. "The History of Thanksgiving" on YouTube.
  6. "The History of Christmas" on YouTube.
  7. "The History of Valentine's Day" on YouTube.
  8. "The History of Easter" on YouTube.
  9. "Top 10 Thanksgiving Television Episodes" on YouTube.
  10. "Top 10 Iconic Cartoon Characters of All Time" on YouTube.
  11. "Top 10 TV Brats" on YouTube.
  12. "Top 10 Animated Dogs in Movies and TV" on YouTube.
  13. "Top 10 Best Cartoons That Got Cancelled" on YouTube.
  14. "Top 10 Cartoon Best Friends on TV" on YouTube.
  15. "Top 10 Comic Strips" on YouTube.
  16. "Top 10 Unseen TV Characters" on YouTube.

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