Originally an animated television which aired on CBS in 1974, It’s a Mystery follows Woodstock and Snoopy as they solve the mystery of the disappearing nest. Snoopy is hot on the trail, interrogating the usual suspects Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus and a very spry Peppermint Patty.
Broken-hearted, they return to the scene of the crime, Woodstock’s treetop home, and notice footprints leading “The Great Detective and his faithful assistant” to the school. They procure the nest and return it to its rightful branch, where Woodstock settles in for a good night’s sleep… … …
That’s when the real fun begins! The culprit behind the nest napping is none other than SALLY! Sally feels duped when she figures out someone stole “the best exhibit in her entire first grade career.” She demands justice! She demands restitution!
The objective party they find to settle the dispute between Sally and BFFs Woodstock and Snoopy is Lucy, who is happy to provide a ruling for a mere 7 cents of course.
Sally sites “Finders Keepers, losers weepers” as her primary defense but the court finds in favor of …. The bird.
In a last ditch effort to present something in class of the Pavolvian persuasion!
It is not as if you need a reason to enjoy Peanuts all year round, but when the holidays do roll around, it’s always great to tune in to some Charlie Brown goodness.
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