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Oscar Peterson is good friends with Lucy Cunningham-Schultz, Robyn Jacobs, and later, Jack Davis. Mr. Whittaker helps Oscar discover that he has dyslexia, which is why he has trouble in school. Once this problem is discovered, he seems to become a better student.
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Oscar's father and mother, are mentioned in #64: “The Greatest of These”. He is also known to have two brothers, one older (Tony) and one five years younger (Henry). He is known to have relatives living in Canada as well, as mentioned in #79: “Our Best Vacation Ever”.
|“|| Robyn Jacobs: They looked like real bad guys. And...and they talked funny.
Oscar Peterson: My big brother talked funny after he went to the orthodontist. Did these guys wear retainers?
John Whittaker: Never mind, Oscar!
|“|| Curt Stevens: Where would any of the great writers be if someone didn't let them work on their school newspapers? Charles Dickenson would have never written classics like 'David Coppertoe' or 'Oliver Twister'! William Shakespeare couldn't have penned those immortal words, "To be, or not to be" or "Romeo, Romeo, let down your hair."
Oscar Peterson: That was Rapunzel!
|“|| Oscar Peterson: Is that a new dress?
Robyn Jacobs: Yeah!
Oscar Peterson: It's pretty! I had an aunt who was buried in a dress like that.
Robyn Jacobs: Thanks, Oscar.
|“|| Jack Davis: Elementary, Mr. Watson. AAhh! What was that, a security alarm?
Mr. Watson: Nope, was my bad joke buzzer. They're on special for $9.95.
Oscar Peterson: Boy, hardware stores carry everything these days.
|“|| Oscar Peterson: Or the time you told him you had a rare tropical disease?
Curt Stevens: I should have used a different colored magic marker...
|“|| Oscar Peterson: How am I gonna explain this to my dad? Well dad, it's like this, I fell into a moat.