A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving - Captioned, Subtitles

Uploaded by MsSbrew on 04.07.2012

Charlie Brown
Oh Charlie Brown
I can't believe it
she must think I'm the most
stupid person alive
C'mon Charlie Brown, I'll hold the ball
and you kick it
Hold it, ha!
You'll pull it away and I'll land flat on my back and kill myself.
But Charlie Brown, its Thanksgiving!
What's that got to do with anything?
Well one of the greatest traditions we have is the Thanksgiving day football game.
And the biggest most important tradition of them all is the kicking off of the football.
Is that right?
Absolutely! C'mon Charlie Brown, its a big honor for you.
Well, if its that important ...
A person should never turn down a big honor.
Maybe I should do it ...
Besides, she wouldn't try to trick me on a traditional holiday.
This time I'm gonna kick that football clear to the moon!
Isn't it peculiar Charlie Brown, how some traditions just slowly fade away?
What's the matter big brother?
Nothing, I was just checking the mailbox.
What did you expect, a turkey card?
Holidays always depress me.
I know what you mean, I went down to buy a turkey tree.
And all they have are things for Christmas.
For Christmas, already?
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.
Do you know what we have to do now?
We have to write an essay on Stanley Miles!
You mean Miles Standish.
I can't keep track of all those people.
What's all the commotion?
We've got another holiday to worry about.
It seems Thanksgiving day is upon us.
Thanksgiving is a very important holiday.
Ours was the first country in the world to make a national holiday to give thanks.
Isn't he the cutest thing?!
What are you gonna do on Thanksgiving Charlie Brown?
My mother and father and Sally and I are all going to my grandmother's for dinner.
Why don't you come along Linus?
We can hold hands under the table.
(Phone rings)
Hi Chuck, this is Peppermint Patty.
How ya been Chuck?
(Jazz music plays)
"Little birdie..."
"Why do you fly upside down?"
"Its amazing..."
"The way you get around"
"Little birdie"
"Why you worry like you do?"
"Don't you worry"
"... you're just doin what you can do"
(trumpets and music play)
"Little birdie"
"Things just fascinate you so"
"And your friend there, likes to show you what you know"
"Little birdie, you don't mind the way you should"
We don't have any time to play Snoopy.
At least get some chairs around the table.
(music continues in background)
"Little birdie, can't your friend do nothing right?"
"All he wants to do is fight"
"Little birdie, look at what he's tryin to do"
"Its so easy, yet you don't know what to do"
What are we going to wear to this big Thanksgiving party sir?
What time do we go?
Well kid, I'm gonna go like this.
Ol' Chuck is pretty cool about dates. He always wears that striped shirt of his.
I just talked to Charlie Brown. He said dinner will be served a little earlier.
Great, we're ready.
You think I should wear a tie?
Naw, you can come as you are Franklin. Chuck won't mind, besides he didn't say it was formal.
Ok Snoopy, that's pretty good.
Come on inside, we need some help with the food.
(Piano plays "Linus & Lucy")
Pop! Pop! Pop!
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What? Oh, hi Snoopy, come on in.
Snoopy, how can you serve the food in that ridiculous outfit?
How about your chef's hat?
Boom! Pow!
C'mon Snoopy we don't have any time for this playing around.
The guests will be here pretty soon, so please get ready to help serve them.
Hi Chuck.
Hi Chuck.
What's this?!?
A piece of toast, a pretzel stick, popcorn!
What blockhead cooked all this?
What kind of a Thanksgiving dinner is this?
Where's the turkey, Chuck? Don't you know anything about Thanksgiving dinners?
Where's the mashed potatoes?
Where's the cranberry sauce? Where's the pumpkin pie?
You were kinda rough on Charlie Brown, weren't ya sir?
Rough? Look at this! Is this what you call a Thanksgiving day dinner?
Did we come across town for this?
We're supposed to be served a real Thanksgiving dinner.
Now wait a minute, sir. Did he invite you here to dinner or did you invite yourself?
And us too?
Gee, I never thought of it like that.
Do you think I hurt ol' Chuck's feelings?
I bet I hurt his feelings, huh?
Golly, why can't I act right outside of a baseball game?
Marcy, maybe you can go to ol' Chuck and patch things up for me?
Maybe you can tell him how I really feel.
Tell him that I didn't mean it the way it sounded.
Marcy, you can do it. Tell him I really like it and the dinner's alright with me.
Well, I don't know, but I'll try. I think maybe you should go to Chuck and tell him yourself.
No Marcy, I'll just ruin everything. You know I'm too brask and rough.
You go and speak for me.
Well, ok.
This is not unlike another famous Thanksgiving episode.
Do you remember the story of John Alden and Priscilla Mohens and Captain Miles Standish?
This isn't like that one at all.
Don't feel bad Chuck. Peppermint Patty didn't mean all those things she said.
Actually, she really likes you.
I don't feel bad for myself. I just feel bad because I ruined everyone's Thanksgiving.
But Thanksgiving is more than eating, Chuck. You heard what Linus was saying out there.
Those pilgrims were thankful for what happened to them.
And we should be thankful too.
We should just be thankful for being together.
I think that's what they mean by "Thanksgiving", Chuck.
Psst, come here.
See ya later Charles.
He's all yours Priscilla.
Apologies accepted Chuck ol' boy?
There's enough problems in the world already Chuck without these stupid misunderstandings.
Let's not play lovers games, Chuck.
I agree.
You're holding my hand, Chuck.
You sly dog.
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Good grief! Its 4 o'clock.
We're supposed to be at Grandmother's house for Thanksgiving by 4:30.
I better talk to her and explain my dilemma.
Hello? Grandma? This is Chuck, I mean Charlie Brown.
We're gonna be a little late. You see, I invited a few friends over and they're still here.
Womp-womp-womp-womp-womp-womp (inaudible speech)
Well, its just Linus and a girl named Marcy. And a girl named Peppermint Patty.
She's a great baseball player.
And a boy named Franklin.
(inaudible speech)
No ma'am, they haven't eaten.
As a matter of fact, they've let me know that.
On no uncertain terms.
(inaudible response)
What? You mean it?
Hey Peppermint Patty, great news!
We're all invited to Charlie Brown's grandmother's for Thanksgiving dinner.
Isn't there an old song that goes,"over the hills and through the woods, to grandmother's house we go"?
Sure, only this is the way it goes:
"Over the river and through the woods (all) to grandmother's house we go"
"the horse's away to carry the sleigh through the drifting snow"
"oh, over the river and through the woods around the wind that blows"
inaudible words
Well, there's only one thing wrong with that.
What's that Charlie Brown?
My grandmother lives in a condominium.
(saw buzzing)
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