“How Did You Manage to Drive A Station Wagon Across An Ocean, Charlie Brown?”

§ July 14th, 2012 § Filed under peanuts § 12 Comments



image from Peanuts #1 (May 1963)

12 Responses to ““How Did You Manage to Drive A Station Wagon Across An Ocean, Charlie Brown?””

  • ExistentialMan says:

    Although their attire doesn’t suggest it, the only logical explanation is that they crossed over the Bering ice shelf in winter.

    Now, as a parent, that second panel scares the bejeezus out of me. Driving safety standards in 1963 sure were different.

  • Tom Cherry says:

    That blockhead!

  • rubber cat says:

    ahahhaahhahaaha

  • MRPRSN says:

    I always figured Linus would be the one to defect, what with the red shirt that he wears all the time…

  • Snark Shark says:

    and THAT’S how communism fell!

  • Sir A1! says:

    “To the Gulag, American!”
    “Good Grief!”

  • IvoryTower says:

    “This is why we should have printed out a Google map!”

  • Sarah says:

    I got me a Chrysler, it’s big as a while, and it’s about to set sail…

  • Dave-El says:

    This wouldn’t have happened if Charlie Brown would just learn to slow down instead of Russian all the time.

  • MrJM says:

    “You’re a Good Worker, Charlie Brown.”

    “Happiness is a Warm Proletarian Dictatorship”

    “In Russia, kite eats tree!”

    “You Bloc-head!”

    “Stop calling me ‘sir’, comrade!”

    “That’s what May Day is all about, Charlie Brown.”

    “Well! Here comes ol’ Charlie Brown! Good ol’ Charlie Brown…yes, sir! Good ol’ Charlie Brown…how I hate capitalism!”

    — MrJM

  • Nate says:

    THat extra button on the dashboard is so they can travel by map.

  • pedro de pacas says:

    Now that’s one hell of a first issue.