Monday, February 9, 2009

What the Future Holds, Peanuts Edition

It's no surprise that the most-read posts on this blog are the Peanuts reviews. Where else on the Net can you find such a winning combination of in-depth analysis, humor, and screen caps?

The top 5 most popular Peanutty posts on Trapper Jenn MD are:

5. You're In the Super Bowl, Charlie Brown
4. She's a Good Skate, Charlie Brown
3. You're In Love, Charlie Brown
2. It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown
1. A Charlie Brown Christmas

Numbers one and five aren't surprising; the former is the most beloved of all the CB specials, and the latter was linked on UniWatch on Super Bowl day. The meat does take me aback, though; it shows me that folks browsing are really curious to read about Peanuts shows that aren't so well-known by the mass.

Going over my checklist today, I thought I'd update you guys on my future reviews. So here we go.

The Great Inventors--February 11, 2009
The Smithsonian and the Presidency--February 16, 2009
It's Magic, Charlie Brown--March 24, 2009
You're a Good Sport, Charlie Brown--April 5, 2009
You're the Greatest, Charlie Brown--April 5, 2009
It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown--April 11, 2009
The Building of the Transcontinental Railroad--May 10,2009
The Music and Heroes of America--May 25, 2009
It's the Pied Piper, Charlie Brown--June 5, 2009
Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown--June 9, 2009
It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown--June 22, 2009
The Birth of the Constitution--July 4, 2009
The NASA Space Station--July 20, 2009
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown--August 26, 2009
Snoopy's Reunion--September 15, 2009
Why, Charlie Brown, Why?--October 7, 2009
The Mayflower Voyagers--November 11, 2009
He's a Bully. Charlie Brown--November 20, 2009
The Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk--December 17, 2009

Holy crap, the next one is in two days!


  1. i didn't realize you had specific dates in store, do any of those dates have any specific meaning or is there an order of some sort?

  2. Yes, all the dates have meaning.

    Birthdays: Edison (Feb. 11), Houdini (March 24)

    Special days: Presidents Day (Feb. 16), National Dog Day (August 26)

    Eve and day of new baseball season: (April 4 and 5--my reviews of these humble sporting specials will be a nice contrast to the avaricious joke that MLB now is)

    Debut days: Flashdance (April 11), Railroad (May 10), St. Anger (June 5), Roger Rabbit (June 22), He's a Bully (November 20), A Thousand Leaves (May 12)

    Kim and Thurston's wedding anniversary (June 9)

    July 4 should be self-explantory

    Firsts: Walking on the moon (July 20), flight (Dec. 17), pilgrims (Nov. 11)

    The day my father found out he had cancer: (October 7)

  3. Oh, and September was always when my family had their reunion.