this wiki said the little red haired girl made four apperances: First Kiss, Happy new year, Charlie Brown Valentine and the second season finale of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. But she made another appearance in Snoopy: The Musical (TV Special). A redhead was with Charlie Brown after his team yelled at him during the song "Poor Sweet Baby". The redhead took the same form as First Kiss and Happy New Year. She comforted him, causing him to kiss her on the cheek. Then, in a split second, you could see Heather from First Kiss with Charlie Brown before he starts to fly.
220.127.116.11 13:45, July 14, 2012 (UTC)
I've never actually seen the TV special, but since you wrote this, I checked it out, and discovered that you're right. I'll add that to the page. Statue-of-liberty 01:35, July 15, 2012 (UTC)
Appearance (comic canon vs. TV canon)
- Well, see for yourself. Here's the strip from May 25, 1998. I do think the silhouette looks a bit like Patty. However, I don't think that writing "X looks a bit like Y" or "X looks a bit like Y except his hair is blond" is helpful and I don't think it should be included in articles. Simon Peter Hughes (talk) 12:10, July 29, 2013 (UTC)
With all the focus on the list of test scores, one detail I did not hear about but noticed now that i got to watching it... What about when Charlie picks her name out of the glass fishbowl right after Licy picks Schroeder's?
When Charlie drops it at one point as it flutters around some writing is visible which should be her name...
This is the best photo I could get of it with my tablet... Would you say it looks like "Heather"? Seems like a match to me.
This would help to reinforce this is her in the top 5, since the mere presence of Heather could possibly be another character. We really only assume it is her due to prior usage in the TV series.
Could anyone possibly find a higher bluray quality screenshot of this paper? My TV is only 720p and tablet only takes 480p photos. Possibly this might be clearer in a Bluray copy. talk2ty 07:06, August 28, 2017 (UTC)