In "One Ordinary Day, with Peanuts", what made Mr. Johnson ordinary?
Mr. Johnson did nothing spectacular or especially noteworthy in most people's eyes. He did a lot of small things that might or might not have had major impact on some people's lives, such as introducing Miss Kent and Mr. Adams. He interacted with ordinary people in ordinary settings. Mr. Johnson's own life was very routine, including having the same lunch and supper.
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