Thibault is a minor character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz and the adversary of both of his appearances. 


After the game, Thibault refuses to return Charlie Brown's glove. After Peppermint Patty threatens to kick Thibault off her team if he does not return Charlie Brown's glove, Charlie Brown himself is delighted that anyone could imagine him as being superior in any way.

Ironically, he ignores that Peppermint Patty is a girl, too. Peppermint Patty threatens to "shred him" if he says another word. In the strips which first appeared between August 1 and August 4, 1973, Thibault criticizes Marcie for wearing glasses and kicks dirt on her shoes. Marcie has Peppermint Patty call a time-out, and then the former threatens to "belt [him] right across the chops" if he says one word. .  She refuses to play anymore because she hates baseball.

The series of strips in which appeared Thibault would later be adapted into a segment for the episode "Snoopy the Psychiatrist" from the first season of The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. Parts of the storyline were cut out of the segment.


  • Thibault is one of the many Peanut characters to appear in the game Snoopy's Street Fair, in which, he owns a duck hunt stall.