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Logo peanuts (comic strip).jpg
Author Charles M. Schulz
Syndicate United Feature Syndicate
Peanuts Worldwide LLC
Country United States
Original run October 2, 1950 - February 13, 2000

Peanuts is a syndicated comic strip created by Charles M. Schulz in 1950, and recognized as a strip series so popular and iconic that it changed the face of newspaper strips.

June 14, 1960

Sally overfeds Snoopy with milk, and was "milk-logged".

June 24, 1962

Snoopy tries to eat through the tall grass around his doghouse, but gets too full to make it very far.

February 8-12, 1965

Snoopy's failed romance with a female beagle on the ice-skating rink leads him stress-eating to try and forget about it.

March 29, 1969

Linus and Snoopy binge drink the former's electrolyte solution in an attempt to energize during a baseball game.

August 13-October 4, 1975

When Snoopy's brother Spike arrives, Lucy is appalled at how stick-thin he is. Therefore, she fattens him up. This would later be recreated twice: in a 1985 episode of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show and the 2003 TV special I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown.

April 11-12, 1980

Snoopy buys 23 hot dogs from Lucy and promptly eats them all.

June 15-24, 1982

Sally Brown returns from "Beanbag Camp", where children sit on beanbags and eat junk food while watching television, and has gained weight over the course of two weeks. This is also adapted in the TV series.

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