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Charlie Brown is a character from Charles Schultz’s Peanuts.
- The One Where They Build A House
- Buster says the Army touched his Charlie Browns.
- Some say Buster’s use of “Charlie Browns” come from a man’s “Cock and Balls,” some say it’s from the similarity of C.B.’s head to male anatomy, and others say Buster is referring to his boxers. CONTEXT
- Lucille wants them to videotape Buster in a naked pyramid and point to his Charlie Browns.
- Good Grief
- The banana stand is closed, with a “The frozen banana maker is OUT” sign like Lucy’s psychiatry stand. CONTEXT
- The piano music throughout the episode is Vince Guaraldi’s “Christmas Time Is Here” as featured in “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
- The sad forlorn walk is based on Charlie Brown.
- George Michael walks by a dog on the doghouse, reminiscent of Snoopy. CONTEXT
- The episode title refers to Charlie Brown’s famous saying. (Thanks RobRob.)
- George Michael walks past two men carrying a sad Christmas tree, reminiscent of the tree in A Charlie Brown Christmas. (Thanks RobRob.)
- Hand to God
- Buster asks Michael if a seal bit off his Linus.
- Righteous Brothers
- George Michael reprises the sad “Christmas Time Is Here” song and walk from Good Grief.