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A strong crush on Charlie Brown's friend Linus is a frequent source of embarrassment for Linus, and while he largely endures it, he is often driven to scream in despair when he is not Sally's sweet baby. Sally's affection for him probably stems from his childhood, when Linus taught her short lessons and went for a walk with her. Her admiration for his intelligence and jokes, which she made as a toddler, leads her to have a love for him and she becomes a more developed character.
In Schroeder's Lucy, Charlie Brown's friend Linus tries to fend off sarcastic remarks. Although Sally can be angry with her at times, she has shown feelings of repression towards Linus, for example.