Camp Snoopy (2024) s01e07 Episode Script

Episode 7 & 8

[plays trumpet call]
Did you hear that?
I didn't hear anything.
It could be a hedge toad
or a queen snake or even a gully cat.
It was probably your imagination.
Was that my imagination?
I know the telltale racket
of a gully cat when I hear it.
I guess I better go have a look.
Suit yourself. I'm staying put.
[door creaking]
- [thud]
- [wails]
Got lost on another hike, I see.
[Charlie Brown] "Blueberry Birds."
[Snoopy] Huh?
[dinner bell clanging]
Soup's on. Get it while it's hot.
Soup for breakfast?
Don't you know a figure of speech
when you hear one?
Soup means breakfast.
That's a relief.
I was picturing wet waffles.
[Snoopy humming]
Is all that for you?
Your Beagle Scout troop is short on chow?
Well, I'm no expert,
but this might be a chance for those
Beagle Scouts to prove their self-reliance
by finding something to eat in nature.
I bet there's even a badge for that.
"The foraging badge.
When done safely under proper supervision,
foraging is one of the Beagle Scouts'
most satisfying activities."
That sounds about right.
And getting those badges is why
you brought your troop out here
in the first place, right?
- Whoo-hoo!
- Who Whoa.
Ugh, save some for the rest of us,
Charlie Brown.
[panting, chattering]
[Charlie Brown]
"When it comes to foraging,
knowledge is safety
and safety is everything.
So, the first thing a Beagle Scout
must establish is what is and isn't food."
[Charlie Brown] "When in doubt,
ask an expert."
[Charlie Brown] "The crown jewel
for any forager is the majestic blueberry.
Nature's most delicious treat.
Before you harvest,
inspect the berries to make sure
they're ripe.
Once you've established that the berries
are both edible and ripe,
the next step is to pick them."
[Charlie Brown]
"One effective method for picking berries
is to tickle them off the bush."
- Whoo-hoo!
- [cheering]
Signing up for this picnic
and nature sketching activity
was a really good idea, Peppermint Patty.
I actually wanted to play dodgeball,
but Marcie won the coin toss.
I see you've chosen to sketch in
an abstract expressionist style, Pigpen.
Actually, I haven't started yet.
[Charlie Brown]
"Once you get the hang of it,
there are few activities more pleasant
and relaxing than berry picking."
Well, I sketched every kind of rock
and tree out here.
Now, I'm bored.
Your eye for detail is astounding, sir.
Too bad there isn't any exotic wildlife
to draw.
Whoa. I've never seen a bird
with markings like that.
- Now we're talking.
- [chitters]
- [laughing]
- [Pigpen] Whoa.
If I didn't know better,
I'd say it seems to be posing for us.
There's even more of them.
All with such unique markings.
Who would have thought we'd see
so many varieties of the same-shaped bird?
Even more exciting than dodgeball.
Isn't it, sir?
How dare you, Marcie?
Wait, did we eat already,
and I just forgot somehow?
Pretty sure our picnic was right here.
I guess we could just go back to camp
for lunch.
- Oh, yeah.
- Sounds good.
Let's do that.
[Charlie Brown]
"For the patient and careful Beagle Scout,
nature will always find a way
to provide food."
[bird chitters]
[Linus] "A Beagle Scout is calm.
When faced with
an unexpected turn of events,
a true Beagle Scout never panics."
[Snoopy whistles]
[inhales deeply, exhales]
[inhales deeply, exhales]
"First, they calmly assess the situation."
[Linus] "Having assessed the situation,
a Beagle Scout looks to fix it
with whatever tools they have."
"If the first solution doesn't work,
don't give up,
get creative while remaining calm."
- Ta-da!
- [cheering]
[Linus] "If that doesn't work,
a Beagle Scout will make one last attempt
to solve the problem
using whatever is at hand."
[Linus] "Having tried multiple solutions
and still failed to solve the problem,
a true Beagle Scout admits
when they are overmatched
and is unafraid to call for help."
- [howling]
- [sighs]
Why can't I have a normal dog?
The natural beauty of the lake
is really something to behold.
- Echo!
- [echoes]
Hello, out there!
Today, I can't lose!
[sighs] Even my echo doubts me.
[Charlie Brown] "A Banner Day."
Attention, campers.
It's time to announce
the daily camp awards
for achievements and excellence
in the field of noteworthiness.
Or as they're better known, the Pineys.
Drumroll please.
Our first Piney
for perfectly buttered breakfast toast
goes to
- Sally!
- [applause]
Oh, thank you. It's all in the wrist.
Next up, the Piney
for tidiest bunk goes to
What can I say? I like an orderly space.
I've been coming to Spring Lake
for years now,
and I've never won
one of these silly awards.
If you think they're so silly,
why do you care if you win one?
At this point,
I'm willing to settle for any win.
Silly or otherwise.
[grunting, whimpering]
I've made a list of things
I think I could win a Piney for.
What have you got in mind?
How about best dressed?
[Lucy] It looks like a certain dapper
gentleman is our Piney award winner
for best-dressed camper.
I knew I packed this for a reason.
[clears throat, chattering]
Ah, sloppy joes. The perfect balance
of messy and delicious.
That's it.
Maybe if I let everyone go ahead of me,
I'll win the Piney for most polite camper.
Please, everyone, after you.
After you.
After you.
That's a pretty tidy-looking sloppy joe,
Charlie Brown.
By the time I had finished
letting everyone ahead of me,
they ran out of sloppy.
This is just a regular joe.
- Here's your bun, Charles.
- Thank you.
[Lucy] Attention, campers.
For that thoughtful gesture, the Piney
for the most polite camper goes to
- Marcie.
- [applause]
- [thud]
- [gasps]
Okay, I can do this.
Funniest camper Piney coming up.
[clears throat] Knock knock.
I said, "Knock knock."
You're supposed to say, "Who's there?"
Oh, no, I'm not falling for that.
There's always a twist.
[children chuckling]
That might be the best knock-knock joke
I've ever heard, Franklin.
It's not so much the joke.
It's how you tell it.
- [chuckles]
- You've got that right.
I should probably recycle this.
Maybe some people
aren't meant to win awards.
Your problem is
that you're not thinking big enough.
Maybe you need to do something grand.
Aim high.
Legend has it,
the original Spring Lake banner
blew up into this tree during a storm,
and there it stayed ever since.
Well, today
I'm going to bring it back down.
How am I doing?
Would you prefer words of encouragement
or an honest assessment?
It's just as well, Charlie Brown.
We're not allowed to climb trees anyway.
The camp insurance won't allow it.
If I'm going to do this,
I'm going to use my brains.
Don't even think about it.
Whoo-hoo-hoo! [chuckles] Whoo-hoo!
What are you doing, Snoopy?
You need to get something
in that tree, pal?
I know how that goes.
I wish I could help, but I've been trying
to get that banner down
and I'm all out of ideas.
It's not like we could just fly up there.
[helicopter whirring]
Is that Charlie Brown?
He's going for the banner.
- [Pigpen] All right!
- I did it!
[Snoopy] Aw.
For getting Spring Lake's beloved banner
down from that tree,
we present this very special Piney
to a true hero,
Charlie Brown's dog, Snoopy.
He doesn't even go to this camp.
[whispering indistinctly]
However, at my brother's urging,
we present you this special certificate.
"In recognition of his many attempts
to win Pineys without success."
I won?
Technically you just lost the most.
I'll take it.
[jazz playing]
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