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Sally Brown (Character)
from A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (TV)

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It's Christmastime Again, Charlie Brown (1992) (TV)
Sally Brown: Good morning, would you like to buy a Christmas wreath made from some junky old branches my brother found in a Christmas tree lot? You wouldn't would you? And I can't say I blame you.

Sally Brown: How do you spell your name?
Charlie Brown: I'm your brother, and you don't even know how to spell my name?
Sally Brown: I'll put down "Sam". I know how to spell that.

Charlie Brown: I want to buy Peggy Jean a nice pair of gloves for Christmas, but they cost $25.
Sally Brown: She's going to be dissappointed when she finds out that her boyfriend is a cheapskate.
Charlie Brown: I'm not a cheapskate, I just don't have $25.
Sally Brown: Put it on your credit card.
Charlie Brown: I don't have a credit card.
Sally Brown: So long, Peggy Jean.

Sally Brown: I live in mortal dread of getting out on stage and forgetting what I am to say.
Charlie Brown: Well, if you did, you could always make up something.
Sally Brown: That's true. How about "Hey"?
Charlie Brown: Not very Biblical.

Sally Brown: This is the line I have to say in the Christmas play. See if I get it right.
[hands Charlie Brown the script]
Sally Brown: Hark!
Charlie Brown: You got it. I've always wondered how actors remember all those lines.

Sally Brown: I said "hockey stick"! Why did I say "hockey stick"? All I had to say was "hark", and I said "hockey stick"! I ruined the whole Christmas play! Everybody hates me! Moses hates me, Luke hates me, the Apostles hate me! All fifty of them!

[the correct line is "Hark"]
Sally Brown: Hockey stick!

[Snoopy is dressed as Santa Claus; ringing a bell while standing outside a store]
[as she and Violet walk past him]
Violet: Wouldn't you think he could do something besides ring a bell?
[Snoopy stops ringing the bell and pulls out a bike horn]
Violet: [Lucy walks past Snoopy again; this time with Linus]
Lucy Van Pelt: [to Linus] Just ignore that Santa Claus, Linus. There's nothing he can do to you.
[Snoopy honks the horn so hard, it sends Linus and Lucy flying offscreen]
Lucy Van Pelt: [Lucy walks back and confronts Snoopy] I don't think you're a real Santa Claus. What do you have to say about that?
[Snoopy responds by putting the horn to Lucy's nose and honking it in her face; sending her winter hat flying off her head]
Lucy Van Pelt: [Lucy leaves and Sally enters]
Sally Brown: [confronting Snoopy] I don't think you're the real Santa Claus. If you're the real Santa, where are your helpers?
[Woodstock and two of his friends, who are all wearing Santa hats walk past each holding picket signs with the word, "HELP" written on them, much to Sally's surprise]
Sally Brown: That's the dumbest thing I'd ever seen.

[first lines]
[Sally and Linus are preparing to sled down a hill in a cardboard box]
Sally Brown: [to Linus] Now what? Kinda a steep hill, isn't it?
Linus: Don't worry about it. Just lean forward and jiggle your feet.
Sally Brown: [Sally climbs out of the box] I think I've changed my mind.
[the box falls an inch off the slope; Linus is then face planted in the snow]
Sally Brown: If I'd have known you were only going that far, I would've stayed in.
[Linus tries again]
Linus: Here we go. We put it in fast forward, and here we go!
Linus: [Linus slides backwards down the slope; the box lands on top of him] Fast reverse.
[Linus' third attempt involves him sliding down the hill at a fast speed; the box then lands on top of a tree]
Linus: [camera pulls back to reveal that Linus landed in the snow as Sally and Lucy are standing there]
Lucy Van Pelt: [to Sally] I think they look better when they have a little star or an angel on top.

[Sally and Charlie Brown are selling Christmas wreaths door-to-door]
Sally Brown: [to customer] Good morning, ask your mom if she would like to buy a Christmas wreath. Tell her they were made from the famous forests of Lebanon. You can read about him in the second chapter of the second book of "Chronicles". If you buy two, we'll throw in an autographed photo of King Solomon.
Charlie Brown: [to Sally; as they walk to the next house] You can't tell people these wreaths were made from the forests of Lebanon! That's lying!
[the two arrive at the next house as Sally rings the doorbell]
Sally Brown: [rudely] Good morning. Would you like to buy a Christmas wreath made from some junky old branches my brother found in a Christmas tree lot? You wouldn't, would you? I can't say I blame you.
Sally Brown: [to Charlie Brown; after the customers slams the door] See? Your way doesn't work either!
[fade to Sally and Snoopy contemplating how to sell the wreaths]
Sally Brown: [to Snoopy] I think we need better packaging: we need a better way to show off our product.
[cut to Sally and Snoopy selling wreaths door-to-door; Snoopy is wearing the wreath on his nose]
Sally Brown: [to the customer] Good morning, would you like to buy a Christmas wreath?


The Peanuts Movie (2015)
[as Charlie Brown takes a peek through his shades, Sally opens his shades]
Sally Brown: What are you looking at, big brother?
Charlie Brown: [Closing down his shades] Are you crazy?
Sally Brown: [as they are opening up and closing down his shades over and over again] Hey! I want to see!
Charlie Brown: Wooaah!
Sally Brown: Ohhh, you're in love.

Charlie Brown: You know, I could really use a dance partner.
Sally Brown: [watching TV] Yeah, good luck with that.

Sally Brown: [leading a guided tour of Charlie Brown's house] And this is where it all began. As a youth, he passed many hours just sitting in that chair, keeping his deep thoughts to himself. And here we have his early kites, used in many aerodynamic studies. If we are lucky, we will see him in his natural habitat. And this is the actual bed where he lies and ponders life's greatest questions.
Charlie Brown: [waking up] Hey! What are you doing?
Sally Brown: I'm trying to cash in on your celebrity.

Charlie Brown: [noticing Sally surrounded by merchandise themed after his shirt] What are you up to *now*?
Sally Brown: Now that you're a big celebrity, I have to move fast. The fame that comes with intellectual superiority can be very fleeting. You have to cash in while you can.

Sally Brown: Can a brother and a sister get a divorce?

Sally Brown: It's the last day of school! Well, big brother, can you believe it? My last day of school. No more reading, writing, arithmetic! No more learning forever!
Charlie Brown: What are you talking about? This is just the start of summer vacation. You have eight more years of grammar school, four more years of high school, plus four more years of college.
Sally Brown: [muttering while trying to do the math] Carry the one, over the extra one...
[out loud]
Sally Brown: That gives us 36 more years of school! I'll be bald and wrinkly by then!

[last lines before the credits]
Linus: It must feel pretty great being Charlie Brown right about now!
Pig-Pen: You did it!
Peppermint Patty: Nice job, Chuck!
Marcie: Good job, Charles.
Sally Brown: Hey, big brother!
[blows up a balloon with Charlie Brown's face on it]
Sally Brown: I'm proud to be your little sister.
Lucy van Pelt: [crabbily] You've really shown something new to me, you blockhead!
[nicely]
Lucy van Pelt: You're always full of surprises. Good ol' Charlie Brown.
[as everyone cheers and lifts Charlie Brown up into the air, the scene turns into a black and white drawing. The final touch to the drawing is added: Sparky adding his signature]

Sally Brown: Hey! What's going on? Turn it down! Turn it down in there!
[growls]
Snoopy, Sally Brown: Huh?
Charlie Brown: She likes to dance.
Sally Brown: Ugh!

Sally Brown: Snow day? Snow day! No school today! Dreams do come true!

Sally Brown: Big brother! Pull yourself together!


Charlie Brown's Christmas Tales (2002) (TV)
Sally Brown: This year I'm going to make all my Christmas presents. And guess what I'm getting everybody... paper airplanes!

Sally Brown: I'm addressing Christmas cards. Aren't they cute? Each one has a little bunny on it dressed up like a shepherd. Don't say I'm not religious!

Sally Brown: I'm going out to fall down a Christmas tree.
Charlie Brown: You mean cut down.
Sally Brown: I don't know how to cut down a Christmas tree. When I look at it, I hope that it just falls down.

Sally Brown: What's going on? Is my sweet babboo helping my brother write a Christmas card?
Linus Van Pelt: I'm not your sweet babboo! That is so stupid! That is so humongously stupid!
Charlie Brown: There, how does it look? I drew a Christmas tree with little hearts on it.
Linus Van Pelt: [Reads card] "Merry Christmas from your sweet babboo"?
Charlie Brown: It's a family expression.

Sally Brown: This Christmas I'm making everyone Christmas presents. You know what I'm giving everyone? Paper airplanes.
[She throws a paper airplane; it lands on Charlie Brown's head]
Sally Brown: You're lucky. You got yours early.

Charlie Brown: Grandma says that when she was a little girl, she used to hang her stockings on the fireplace, and when she woke up Christmas morning, they were filled with apples and oranges and such.
Sally Brown: [Goes to her dresser and takes out one of her small socks] I can see it now. Three grapes.

Sally Brown: [to Charlie Brown] Wake up! Santa Claus came last night, and he didn't leave you anything! April Fools!


It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown! (1974) (TV)
Sally Brown: See? Linus was right. There *is* an Easter Beagle.
Lucy van Pelt: Some Easter Beagle! He gave me my own egg!

Sally Brown: It's Easter, and they already have the Christmas decorations up.
Charlie Brown: Good grief.
Linus van Pelt: I can't believe it.
Lucy van Pelt: I told you. It's the *gift* getting season.

Linus van Pelt: You'll see. The Easter Beagle won't let us down.
Sally Brown: I know he won't, but how about you?

Linus van Pelt: Every Easter the Easter Beagle comes dancing along with his basket full of eggs, which he hands out to all the good little children.
Sally Brown: That sounds faintly familiar. I remember sitting out in a stupid pumpkin patch all night waiting for The Great Pumpkin to come. And you know something ? He never came! That was the worst night of my life.
Linus van Pelt: But this is different. That was Halloween. This is Easter.

Sally Brown: It's almost Easter, and I have nothing to wear. Look at these shoes! How can I celebrate Easter properly in these shoes?

Lucy van Pelt: [to Charlie Brown and Sally] We're on our way to the store. We got to get ready for Easter. You know, we need Easter baskets, eggs, candy, the works. Want to join us?
Linus van Pelt: I told you it's a waste of time. The Easter Beagle does all that.
Lucy van Pelt: Ooh, Linus, you drive me crazy!
Sally Brown: Easter Beagle?
Linus van Pelt: Sure, Sally. We don't need to go to all this trouble. On Easter Sunday, the Easter Beagle passes colored eggs to all the good little children.
Sally Brown: The Easter Beagle? Are you sure, Linus?
Linus van Pelt: Of course.
Charlie Brown: Come on, Sally, I thought you wanted to get some new shoes.


A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973) (TV)
Charlie Brown: We've got ANOTHER holiday to worry about. It seems Thanksgiving Day is upon us.
Sally Brown: I haven't even finished eating all of my Halloween candy!
Linus van Pelt: Sally, Thanksgiving is a very important holiday. Ours was the first country in the world to make a national holiday to give thanks.
Sally Brown: [to Charlie Brown] Isn't he the cutest thing?

Linus van Pelt: What are you going to do on Thanksgiving, Charlie Brown?
Charlie Brown: My mother and dad, and Sally and I are all going to my grandmother's for dinner.
Sally Brown: Why don't you come along, Linus? We can hold hands under the table.
Linus van Pelt: Blah.

Sally Brown: What's the matter, big brother?
Charlie Brown: Nothing. I was just checking the mailbox.
Sally Brown: What did you expect, a turkey card?

Charlie Brown: Holidays always depress me.
Sally Brown: I know what you mean. I went down to buy a turkey tree and all they have are things for Christmas.
Charlie Brown: For Christmas, already?

Sally Brown: Anyway, why should I give thanks on Thanksgiving? What have I got to be thankful for? All it does is make more work for us at school.

Sally Brown: Do you know what we have to do? We have to write an essay on Stanley Miles.
Charlie Brown: You mean Miles Standish.
Sally Brown: I can't keep track of all those names.


Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (1977)
Sally Brown: [Everybody is writing on their registration form except her] What a trip! Here we are doing a paper. We could've stayed in school!

Sally Brown: [as she knits a wallet in front of a crafts tent with the other girls] If you want a wallet, why can't you just go to the store and buy one?
[Her piece of thread breaks]
Sally Brown: Aaaaaaa!

Linus Van Pelt: Are we dead?
Lucy Van Pelt: Thanks to old Charlie Brown.
Sally Brown: I'm not dead.
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Of course you're not dead!
Lucy Van Pelt: No thanks to old Charlie Brown!
Charlie Brown: All right, all right, let's go to the river!

Sally Brown: [Woodstock disappeared in the storm, so Snoopy is looking for him, and everyone is now looking for both of them]
[lifting up a small rock]
Sally Brown: Snoopy?
[puts it down, then lifts up a leaf]
Sally Brown: Hmmm. Not here, either.
[lets go and moves on]

Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Okay gang, I suggest we run this tent in a democratic fashion. The first thing we'll do is elect a tent leader. We'll have to prepare some ballots, and we'll do this democratically. We'll vote to see who's leader - one gal, one vote. However, we can't pass the ballots until we voted to see who's gonna pass the ballots. This will be done very democratically. Let's see... I vote that Lucy prepares the ballots.
Lucy Van Pelt: Wait a minute! You can't vote unless we have ballots!
Marcie: If we can't vote to see who will pass the ballots, how can we have ballots to vote?
Sally Brown: Yeah, who cares?
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: All in favor say "aye". Aye!
Marcie: Aye!
Lucy Van Pelt: No!
Sally Brown: No!
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: It's settled, Lucy will pass the ballots. Okay Lucy, pass the ballots. Everybody mark their choice, either vote for me or against me. That'll be fair.
Lucy Van Pelt: Wait one darned second! How about if we nominate somebody first?
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Good idea! I nominate me! Any further nominations? If not, the nominations are declared closed. Okay gals, let's vote.
[the girls vote]
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Marcie, pick up the votes and tally 'em.
Marcie: Alright, here's the way it went: one vote for Lucy, one vote for Peppermint Patty, one vote for Sally, and one vote for Marcie.
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Huh, a tie vote. I guess I'll have to decide the casting vote.
Lucy Van Pelt: Huh?
Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: The deciding vote is for Peppermint Patty! Peppermint Patty is the leader! I am the leader! It was fair and square!
Lucy Van Pelt: Boy, some vote!

[first lines]
[while traveling on a bus, Sally waves to a boy and girl outside, but the girl sticks her tongue out at her]
Sally Brown: Did you see that? She stuck her tongue out at me! I waved at that little kid and she stuck her tongue out at me! Boy, if I could get off this bus, I'd go back there and punch her lights out!


It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) (TV)
Linus: He'll come here because I have the most sincere pumpkin patch and he respects sincerity.
Sally Brown: Do you really think he will come?
Linus: Tonight the Great Pumpkin will rise out of the pumpkin patch. He flies through the air and brings toys to all the children of the world.
Sally Brown: That's a good story.
Linus: You don't believe the story of the Great Pumpkin? I thought little girls always believed everything that was told to them. I thought little girls were innocent and trusting.
Sally Brown: Welcome to the 20th century!

Sally Brown: Do I get to go trick-or-treating with you, big brother?
Charlie Brown: Sure, Sally.
Sally Brown: Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! How do we do it?
Lucy Van Pelt: All you have to do is walk up to a house, ring the doorbell, and say "tricks or treats."
Sally Brown: Are you sure it's legal?
Lucy Van Pelt: Of course it's legal.
Sally Brown: I wouldn't want to be accused of taking part in a rumble.

Sally Brown: If you try to hold my hand, I'll slug you!

Sally Brown: I was robbed! I spent the whole night waiting for the Great Pumpkin, when I could have been out for tricks or treats.
[covers her mouth, as she realizes what she's saying]
Sally Brown: Halloween is over, and I missed it!
[pointing at Linus]
Sally Brown: You blockhead! You kept me up all night waiting for the Great Pumpkin, and all that came was a beagle! I didn't get a chance to go out for tricks or treats. And it was all your fault! I'll sue! What a fool I was! I could have had candy apples and gum and cookies and money and all sorts of things. But no! I had to listen to you, you blockhead. What a fool I was. Trick or treats come only once a year, and I missed it by sitting in a pumpkin patch with a blockhead.
[shakes Linus violently by his shirt]
Sally Brown: YOU OWE ME RESTITUTION!

Sally Brown: Is Linus taking me to the party?
Lucy Van Pelt: That stupid blockhead of a brother of mine is out in the pumpkin patch making his yearly fool of himself.
Violet: Boy, is he strange.
Sally Brown: But maybe there *is* a Great Pumpkin.


It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (1984) (TV)
Charlie Brown: What are you doing, Sally?
Sally Brown: I'm waiting for my sweet baboo.
Linus van Pelt: I am *not* your sweet baboo!
Sally Brown: I'm waiting here because my sweet baboo asked me to have the next dance with him.
Linus van Pelt: I DID *NOT*!
Sally Brown: Well, you should have!
Charlie Brown: Oh, brother.

Charlie Brown: Are you ready for the party tonight, Sally?
Sally Brown: I remember the last time I went to a party. Linus called up and asked me if I would like to go to a party. And I said yes. Then when we got there, Linus asked me if I would like to dance. And I said yes. Then after we danced, Linus said, "Would you like a glass of punch?" And I said "Yes. That would be very nice. I would like to have a glass of punch."
Charlie Brown: I don't believe that ever happened!
Sally Brown: Well, it should have!

Sally Brown: [as she presents Snoopy for show-and-tell] A dog is not only man's best friend. But he's also a protector, a defender, a ferocious friend in need - indeed.

Charlie Brown: [as he and Sally walk home with Snoopy after school; last lines] I don't know what to do about Snoopy. I should give him a good lecture the away he carries on.
Sally Brown: You just leave him alone. That's the first time I ever got an A in show-and-tell.

Lucy: Hey Patty, we're still bumping into each other. Let *me* be the caller.
Sally Brown: We don't need a caller Lucy, we need a vaccuum cleaner!


Snoopy: The Musical (1988) (TV)
Linus van Pelt: [all singing] Poe! Edgar Allen, American poet, born 1809.
Charlie Brown: He wrote Cock Robin and My Darling Clementine.
Linus van Pelt: Published Tamerlane in 1827.
Sally Brown: If you're listening, Heaven, Heaven, help me, help me!
Lucy van Pelt: She's gonna ask us something, on Edgar Allen Poe. I just know, I just know that any minute now...
Sally Brown: She's gonna call on me and ask me something I don't know.

Sally Brown: [to Linus] See that leaf falling? This happens every year. This is known as one of the cycles of nature. There's a lesson to be learned from this. Do you know what it is?

Lucy van Pelt, Linus van Pelt, Sally Brown, Patricia 'Peppermint Patty' Reichardt, Snoopy: Well, what do you see, Charlie Brown?
Charlie Brown: I was going to say a horsie and a duckie, but I changed my mind.

Sally Brown: "Columbus Day" by Sally Brown. This is my report.
Charlie Brown: I see.
Sally Brown: Columbus Day was a very brave man. He wanted to sail around the world. The queen said, "I can give you three ships, Mr. Day."
Charlie Brown: Good luck.
Sally Brown: Thank you.


Happy New Year, Charlie Brown (1986) (TV)
Sally Brown: I wonder when my sweet babboo is going to ask me to the party?
Linus van Pelt: I'm not your sweet babboo, and I wouldn't invite you to a *ga-rage* sale!
Sally Brown: Isn't he the cutest thing?

Sally Brown: [on the phone with Linus] If you don't ask me to the party, I'll just go with someone else.
Linus van Pelt: Good. Go with someone else.

Patricia "Peppermint Patty" Reichardt: Chuck, how could you do this to me? When midnight came along, I was the only one standing all alone!
Charlie Brown: [stammering] I uh, I...
Sally Brown: Big brother, my sweet babboo didn't dance with me at midnight! And do you know why?
Charlie Brown: [continuing to stammer] Well, uh, I uh...
Sally Brown: 'Cause he danced with *your* friend, the Little Red-Haired Girl!
Charlie Brown: [bewildered] He did what?

Lucy van Pelt: Boy, we were just with Marcie. There's gonna be a great New Year's party!
Sally Brown: It's boy-ask-girl, and I just *know* my sweet baboo will ask me.
Linus van Pelt: I am not your sweet baboo, and I wouldn't invite you to a chicken race!
Sally Brown: Isn't he the cutest thing?
Lucy van Pelt: And I expect a certain piano player to ask *me*.
Charlie Brown: But I've got this book report to do.
Lucy van Pelt: I'm enrolling us in a dance class. A New Year's party is not a party without lots of dancing.


A Charlie Brown Celebration (1982) (TV)
Sally Brown: This is my report on the oceans of the world. There are no oceans in Kansas. There are no oceans in Nebraska. There are no oceans in Nevada. There are no oceans in Minnesota. There are no oceans in Iowa. There are no...
[Teacher interrupts]
Sally Brown: I thought you wanted us to go into detail.

Sally Brown: [shouting back to Linus, who is trapped on the roof of the old barn] I'm leaving on the school bus, Linus, but don't worry! I'll send a helicopter to you! Be brave, my Sweet Baboo!
Linus van Pelt: "Helicopter"?
Truffles: "Sweet Baboo"?

Sally Brown: Draw a farm? You want us to draw a farm? I can't draw a farm. I've never even seen a farm! Besides, cow's legs are impossible to draw. I defy anyone in this class to draw a good cow leg!
[Sally find herself at the principal's office in the next scene]
Sally Brown: I'm the only person I know who's failing first grade art.
[next scene, she walks home with Charlie Brown]
Sally Brown: So what happens? So I got sent to the principal's office because I couldn't draw a cow's leg. I'll bet Picasso couldn't draw a cow's leg when he was in the first grade. I'll even bet Bjorn Borg couldn't draw a cow's leg.
Charlie Brown: [confused] Bjorn Borg?


A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (TV)
Sally: I've been looking for you, big brother. Will you please write a letter to Santa Claus for me?
Charlie Brown: Well, I don't have much time. I'm supposed to get down to the school auditorium to direct a Christmas play.
Sally: [hands a clipboard and pen to Charlie Brown] You write it and I'll tell you what I want to say.
Charlie Brown: [sticks pen in his mouth] Okay, shoot.
Sally: [dictating her letter to Santa Claus as Charlie Brown writes it for her] Dear Santa Claus, How have you been? Did you have a nice summer?
[Charlie Brown looks at her]
Sally: How is your wife? I have been extra good this year, so I have a long list of presents that I want.
Charlie Brown: Oh brother.
Sally: Please note the size and color of each item, and send as many as possible. If it seems too complicated, make it easy on yourself: just send money. How about tens and twenties?
Charlie Brown: TENS AND TWENTIES? Oh, even my baby sister!
Sally: All I want is what I... I have coming to me. All I want is my fair share.

Charlie Brown: Sally, come here.
Linus Van Pelt: What do you want her for?
Charlie Brown: She's gonna be your wife.
[Sally is seen surrounded by hearts and clapping her hands in glee]
Linus Van Pelt: Good grief.
Sally: Isn't he the cutest thing?
[Linus hides himself under his blanket]
Sally: He has the nicest sense of humor.


"This Is America, Charlie Brown: The NASA Space Station (#1.4)" (1988)
Lucy, Pig Pen, Linus, Franklin, Sally Brown, Peppermint Patty: [as they watch Charlie Brown and Snoopy fix the broken solar panel] They did it! They fixed it! They saved us!
Lucy: Mission accomplished. The solar panel is fixed, and the astronauts are coming home.
Mission Control Speaker: Good work. Our congratulations to those brave souls who have pulled off this very difficult maneuver.
Lucy: [as Charlie Brown and Snoopy float away from the solar panel, we see and hear the panel hiss, which indicates a warning] What was that?
[seeing Charlie Brown and Snoopy about to enter the station again]
Lucy: Oh, no!
[they float back inside, then Snoopy closes the door just as another door opens, to reveal Lucy and the rest of the crew; Charlie and Snoopy are surprised]
Lucy, Pig Pen, Linus, Franklin, Sally Brown, Peppermint Patty: Congratulations, Charlie Brown!
Lucy: Well, you may have done a great job out there, but you must have crossed some wires, because look what's happening in here.
[she points the way to another room where exercise equipment operate by themselves and the communication TV buzzes]

Sally Brown: Is my big brother going to be all right, Linus?
Linus: I hope so.
Sally Brown: You *hope* so?
Linus: Well, there are never any guarantees, Sally.


You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1985) (TV)
[last lines]
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Sally Brown, Lucy van Pelt, Linus van Pelt, Schroeder: [singing] Happiness is morning and evening, daytime and nighttime too.
Charlie Brown: For happiness is anyone and anything at all that's loved by you.
Lucy van Pelt: [spoken] You're a good man, Charlie Brown.

Lucy van Pelt, Linus van Pelt, Schroeder, Sally Brown: [singing] You're a good man, Charlie Brown! You're a prince, and a prince could be king! With a heart such as yours, you can open any doors; you can go out and do anything! You could be king, Charlie Brown! You could be king!
Lucy van Pelt: [spoken] If only you weren't so wishy-washy.


Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!!) (1980)
Charlie Brown: Good bye, everybody! Take care of the old ball field, Schroeder, I'm going to miss it.
Sally: The last time you went away, big brother, your team won three games in a row.

Violet, Pig-Pen, Schroeder, Sally: Bon voyage, Charlie Brown!
Lucy: And don't come back!


What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown? (1983) (TV)
Charlie Brown: Remember when Linus and Marcy and Peppermint Patty and I went to France as exchange students?
Sally Brown: And your dog, how did he get to go along?
Charlie Brown: Who knows? Who knows how he does anything he does?
Sally Brown: You never told me what happened, I mean after the fire at the Chateau, you never told me how you got home. And did you learn anything? What did you learn?
Charlie Brown: What did we learn? That reminds me of something that Linus said.

[last lines]
Linus van Pelt: [after leaving the cemetery] What have we learned, Charlie Brown?
[Charlie Brown looks at him]
Charlie Brown: [back at home] And that's what Linus asked me: "What have we learned, Charlie Brown?"
[Charlie Brown puts his picture in his photo album]
Sally Brown: I hope you don't mind my saying this, big brother, but you're pasting your pictures in upside down.


It Was My Best Birthday Ever, Charlie Brown! (1997) (V)
Charlie Brown: How was the party, Sally?
Sally: It was all right.
Charlie Brown: Did the kid get some nice presents?
Sally: What presents?
Charlie Brown: Did he or she get some nice presents?
Sally: What do you mean "he or she"?
Charlie Brown: The birthday person. Was it a boy or a girl?
Sally: Of course it was and besides I didn't even know where I was. Are you trying to tell me I was at somebody's birthday party?
Charlie Brown: Well, did the kid like your present?
Sally: I didn't give them any presents. Why are you supposed to bring presents?
Charlie Brown: Well, you knew it was a birthday party, didn't you?
Sally: After the cake, I knew it was a party.


You're Not Elected, Charlie Brown (1972) (TV)
Sally Brown: Well, I hope you told him.
Linus van Pelt: Well, not really. As a matter of fact, he told me.
Sally Brown: He sold out! We elected him, and he sold out! They're all the same! Promises, promises! You elect them, and they weasel out of their promises!


I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown (2003) (TV)
Rerun Van Pelt: Oh, no! It's "B. of the B. Day." Oh, no!
[he exits]
Sally Brown: [asking Lucy] What is "B. of the B. Day?"
Lucy Van Pelt: It's back of the bike day. Rerun has to ride on the back of Mom's bike.


"This Is America, Charlie Brown: The Great Inventors (#1.6)" (1989)
Thomas Edison: [gesturing to Marion and Peppermint Patty] Gentlemen, we have two special guests tonight.
[gesturing to Peppermint Patty again]
Thomas Edison: This young lady seems to agree with me that the phonograph can work. In fact, it was Marion's doll that helped me along the way to this talking machine.
[pointing to the two diaphragms on the phonograph]
Thomas Edison: Marion and Miss Patty, these are two diaphragms. They are the key to this talking machine. John Crusa here drew up the sketch for me. He doesn't think it'll work, but maybe we'll get lucky and at least hear one word.
John Crusa: Yeah, but what will you say into it, Mr. Edison?
Thomas Edison: Hm, let me think. Ah, yes, I have it. Are we ready?
[cranking the phonograph and speaking into one of the diaphragms]
Thomas Edison: Mary had a little lamb. Its fleece was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.
[he releases the first diaphragm and turns the phonograph back the other way, cranking again with his playback; when it's over, the men cheer, and Marion and Peppermint Patty dance with joy]
Sally Brown: Wow! He did it!


Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975) (TV)
Sally Brown: [reading off a candy heart] "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach, when feeling out of sight for the ends of being and ideal grace."
[Snoopy arrives and begins to mime the poem behind her]
Sally Brown: "I love thee to the level of every day's most quiet needs by sun and candlelight. I love thee freely as men strive for right; I love thee purely as they turn from praise; I love thee passion put to use in my old griefs and my childhood's faith. I love thee with the love I seemed to lose with my lost faith. I love thee with the breath, smiles, tears of all my life! - And, if God choose, I shall love thee better after death."
[Snoopy takes a bow, and kisses her hand]


"The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Sally's Sweet Babboo (#2.5)" (1985)
Sally Brown: I don't want you to get me anything for Christmas this year, Linus.
Linus van Pelt: Really? That's too bad, but I can understand how you feel, and I admire you for it.
[calls offscreen]
Linus van Pelt: Cancel that order for the $10,000 necklace!
Sally Brown: [annoyed] After the holidays are over and everything has quieted...
[holds up her fist at him]
Sally Brown: I'm gonna slug you!


A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002) (TV)
Sally Brown: [reading one of Snoopy's love notes] Chocolate chip cookies are red, chocolate chip cookies are blue. Choclote chip cookies are sweet, and so are you.


Charlie Brown's All Stars! (1966) (TV)
Sally Brown: Don't I look cute in my bikini?
Linus: [dryly] Nope.


Snoopy's Reunion (1991) (TV)
[Charlie Brown has discovered an old "Puppy for Sale" sign and shows it to Snoopy and his siblings]
Charlie Brown: I can't believe it. That's all that's left. This is where your old home was. There's no more Daisy Hill Puppy Farm. It's gone. They built a five-story parking lot on it. You realized what's happened? They're prking on your memories.
Sally Brown: [solemnly] You know, big brother, what's-his-name is right: you can't go home again.