In this section, I've decided to feature the Peanuts Motion Comics. There's quite a few, so it'll be a few pages. Here's the first two so far, in pictures, with description of what's happening.
I'm New At It
Snoopy wakes up after a night of sleep, looks at his supper dish, watches it for awhile, and learns that a watched supper dish never fills. Charlie Brown and Linus are going to a dance. Linus is trying to keep his hair down by keeping it wet, but when he goes outside, it all comes undone. Lucy informs Schroeder that the 'von' in Ludwig von Beethoven means nothing. Charlie Brown feeds Snoopy, and he gets suspicious, so he weighs his food and finds it weighs less. Linus gets Miss Othmar a birthday card in the hopes that it will make her forget that he didn't do his report. Snoopy buries a bone, and Lucy wonders how he remembers where they all are. She then sees a sign he puts up above the bone. Linus makes an attempt to meditate, and Lucy explains to him that happiness is not just being happy, it's being sad too. He tries again to meditate, but falls asleep. The episode concludes with Lucy telling Schroeder that no matter what she does, it doesn't matter to him, and she feels like he doesn't even notice her. He plays one note that lands on her nose, and she declares, "He likes me!"
The Sore Arm
This episode centers around Charlie Brown and baseball season starting. Of course, he gets a pitch hit straight back at him, as usual. Snoopy wakes up, plays the game a little, then goes back to sleep. Charlie Brown begins to complain about a sore arm. Lucy tells him that the pain doesn't matter, only winning does. The team comes over and tells him he needs to see a doctor. Lucy thinks he should play through his tears. Upon returning from the doctor, he tells Lucy that he has Little Leaguer's Elbow. She can't believe that's possible, since he just started playing. He asks Linus to pitch for him. Linus actually does a good job, prompting the girls to wonder why they didn't have him pitch years ago. Of course, this makes Charlie Brown feel bad. Lucy offers to cheer him up by kissing his arm, to which Charlie Brown replies, "Get out of here!"