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Lucy's psychiatry booth is a running gag in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. In a parody of the lemonade stands which are operated by many young children in the United States, Lucy van Pelt operates a psychiatric booth. Other characters come to it to tell Lucy their problems. She responds by spouting useless advice. The psychiatric booth is a prime example of the more adult-oriented humor that Schulz incorporated into his comic strip, making it accessible to people of all ages. The booth's very first appearance was not in the strip itself, but in the back cover illustration of the appropriately-titled reprint collection You're Out of Your Mind, Charlie Brown! The booth's debut in the strip proper came shortly afterward on March 27, , as a one-off event at the time, since it did not appear again until January 28, , nearly two years later. The price for advice has typically been a nickel, although it has varied throughout the strip's history. Lucy's advice is almost always useless.