'Cheers,' 'Peanuts,' Dr. Seuss: Pop culture filled with messages

‘Cheers,’ ‘Peanuts,’ Dr. Seuss: Pop culture filled with messages The 75-year-old minister, Robert Short, does presentations that explore religious meanings in the popular comic strip Calvin and Hobbes and even in the last episode of the television comedy Cheers, set in a Boston bar.

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