1a. Snoopy had a painting of what famous artist before it was destroyed
in a fire?
[Van Gogh] (You're Something Special, Snoopy)
1b. How did he punish the thieves who tried to steal it?
[He made them shovel his walk] (What Now, Charlie Brown?)
2a. What book did Snoopy try to read a word at a time?
[War and Peace] (You Can't Win Them All, Charlie Brown)
2b. In the version he was reading, what was the first sentence?
[Well, Prince, so Genoa and Lucca are now just family estates of the Buonapartes.] (You Can't Win Them All, Charlie Brown)
3a. As an attorney, Snoopy always talks about a certain pair of people.
[John Doe and Richard Roe] (You Can't Win Them All, Charlie Brown)
3b. In one case, Snoopy was called in to handle a real estate dispute. He ended up by assigning one plot of land to each of the pair of people in question 3a. Who were the actual disputants of the plots of land in question?
[Lucy and Woodstock]
4a. What fort does Snoopy always lead his bird friends in search of?
4b. After one such escapade, Charlie Brown had to work very hard erasing their tracks. Where?
[The sand traps of a golf course] (It Doesn't Take Much to Attract a Crowd)
5a. For sports events, Snoopy often puts a mask over his eyes and calls
[The Masked Marvel] (You've Got a Friend, Charlie Brown; You're Weird, Sir!)
5b. In this guise he once played in a golf tournament with Peppermint Patty and one other kid. What was the other kid's name?
[Joe Richkid] (You're Weird, Sir!)
6a. How do most of Snoopy's novels start?
[It was a dark and stormy night.]
6b. Once he almost ``wrote himself into a corner,'' and then tied it all neatly together - except for one point, which Linus pointed out. What was Linus's objection?
[But what about the king?] (You're So Smart, Snoopy)