Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead Characters

Bert V. Royal
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CB

CB is the main character in Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, and he is a parody of the teenage version of Charlie Brown from the "Peanuts" comic strip. Throughout the play, CB writes to his pen pal who has never responded. CB and his sister hold a funeral for their dog that was put down after contracting rabies, but they argue about who should say a prayer for the dog. When CB questions his pothead friend Van about where people go after they die, Van tells CB he has recently converted to Buddhism and believes in reincarnation and nirvana. CB's friend Matt believes that the dead return to a vagina that does not belong to their mother. At lunch, Marcy and Tricia discuss Marcy's upcoming party, and after they tell CB that his dog is now maggot food, CB goes to the music room where...

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