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Where's Waldo? (Literature)

"Seriously, don't I just blend right in? Come on. Where's Weevil?"

Weevil is comparing his standing out amongst the WASPs at the Christmas Party to the fun puzzle books where children (and some adults) must find Waldo, a character dressed in red and white stripes, in a large crowd. Waldo also carries a cane, like House, but I bet he isn't as bitter.

1.10 "An Echolls Family Christmas"

"I'm a freshman. I only recently figured out where Waldo was."

Do you see a red-and-white shirt? Are your eyes going buggy trying to find the bespectacled, floppy-haired Waldo among the other red and white stripes, glasses, hats, and floppy hair? Waldo, known in other countries as Wally, Walter, Willy, Valli, Ubaldo, and, inexplicably, Charlie, is the star of a popular set of children's search-and-find books most popular in the late '80s and into the mid-'90s. Veronica shouldn't be so self-deprecating about her ability to find Waldo. It's hard! Until you've gone through and circled him on every page, that is.

3.03 "Wichita Linebacker"
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