Schroeder: I’m sorry to have to say it to your face, Lucy, but it’s true. You’re a very crabby person. I know your crabbiness has probably become so natural to you now that you’re not even aware when you’re being crabby, but it’s true just the same. You’re a very crabby person and you’re crabby to just about everyone you meet. Now I hope you don’t mind my saying this, Lucy, and I hope you’re take it in the spirit that it’s meant. I think we should be very open to any opportunity to learn more about ourselves. I think Socrates was very right when he said that one of the first rules for anyone in life is ‘Know Thyself’. Well, I guess I’ve said about enough. I hope I haven’t offended you or anything. (awkward exit)
‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown’ (Schroeder): “You’re a very crabby person”
'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' by Clark Gesner
Character: Schroeder is a musical genius and fan of Beethoven who is constantly frustrated by Lucy.
Age Range: Kids | Teens | Late Teens | 20's
Summary: Schroeder finally tells Lucy what he thinks of her.
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