you’re a good man, Charlie Brown—(U.S.) used as a compliment:
- Upon hearing the news, Logan slapped Xavier on the back and said, “You’re a good man, Charlie Brown.”
you’re a good one—
1. = you’re a good man, Charlie Brown:
- You are a good one, David, and I have appreciated our association over these past years in the Senate.
2. is used ironically to express displeasure, etc.:
- She looked at him angrily. “You are a good one to talk, Nicholas!”