Schroeder is a fictional character in the long-running comic strip Peanuts , created by Charles M. He is distinguished by his prodigious skill at playing the toy piano , as well as by his love of classical music and the composer Ludwig van Beethoven in particular. Schroeder is also the catcher on Charlie Brown 's baseball team, though he is usually seen walking back to the pitcher's mound with the baseball, never throwing it—admitting in one strip he did not want the other team to discover his lack of ability. He is also the object of the unrequited infatuation of Lucy van Pelt , who constantly leans on Schroeder's piano, much to Schroeder's annoyance. After Linus , Schroeder is Charlie Brown's closest friend; he once angrily berated Violet for giving Charlie Brown a used valentine well after Valentine's Day had come and gone, only to be undercut when Charlie Brown eagerly accepted it. Schroeder also joined Linus in chastising the girls Lucy, Patty, Violet and Frieda and Snoopy in Charlie Brown's All-Stars , when it was discovered Charlie Brown refused to remove the girls and Snoopy from his baseball team just to get new uniforms.
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She plays baseball, she dresses boyish, she has a bestfriend that calls her SIR. Charles Schulz said Peppermint Patty isn't a lesbian, just an athletic girl. I wouldn't pay attention to crazy shows like "Family Guy" that couldn't tie "Charlie Brown's" shoes. Of you notice, they both like old Chuck and show it in different ways. Peppermint Patty's crush is more obvious although it goes over Charlie Brown's head most of the time and Marcie's crush on Charlie is more subtle. Schulz wrote Patty based on a woman he dated for several years named Patricia. She later developed a short lived crush for Pig-Pen.
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Most of us are much more acquainted with losing than winning. Charles M. Schulz on Charlie Brown. He has been hailed as one of the best cartoon characters of all time, and he has become one of the great American archetypes. Personality-wise, he is gentle, insecure, and lovable.
The football gag is a joke that has been featured many times in Charles M. Schulz 's comic strip, Peanuts. There have been several variations on the joke over the years.