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A page for describing Radar: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. Headscratchers · Heartwarming · HoYay · Laconic · NightmareFuel · Quotes Velma: What do you say Shaggy, wanna go clue hunting with me? And then Daphne's parents try to set her up on a date, with Mom comparing it to "trying a new cut of meat". A page for describing Funny: Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated. As a Moments subpage, all spoilers are unmarked. You Have Been Warned. The foreman's . Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated is an American animated mystery comedy- drama series; the story, and a different spin on the famous "meddling kids" quote at the end of every Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo . Release date can be found in the Product Details section.
Being a children's show they probably aren't going to ever introduce an character arc where she's explicitly a lesbian but she's still a great character and role model.
That's right, he re-appears in the second season. I just can't imagine him dating anyone. It's better than whatever the relationship garbage that was supposed to be going in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island which is a totally rad movie and I love the music. I'm surprised that they haven't just turned Modren Velma into a Daria clone. I used to be huge into Scooby-Doo in the late eighties and early nineties but haven't kept up since Zombie Island.
I'm watching the first episode of Mystery Incorporated, and it seems decent so far. It was the biggest surprise of of the past several years for me. My life is not very exciting. I'd only watched a little bit with them and thought it was pretty clever one of my fave scenesbut when a facebook friend commented about how the S2 finale brought her to tears, I knew there had to be something special going on, and have been meaning to watch it through.
I had strong feelings about Scooby-Doo Inc in that thread Feelings which haven't changed since. Like all great kids' shows e. I look forward to my kids rediscovering Mystery Inc. I have so many fond memories as a little kid watching Scooby Doo. I refused to watch the live action ones. I gotta say that my favorite cross-over is this onehowever. Sure, the little ones might like the safe monsters and mildly spooky stuff, but the slightly older audience probably finds additional interest in the drama elements of the show.
Mostly because she had red hair and a cool outfit and a pretty name, and it seemed like everyone liked her.
The thing was, I was very much a Velma, and I knew it. I was the smart kid, and I had the exact same hair and the freckles and everything. The glasses would come later. And I was painfully aware that my hair was uncool and that my intelligence made me stick out in a weird way. I really hated being the weird outsider kid, and figured it was something wrong with me. So I saw Velma as I saw myself: It wasn't until adulthood that I learned that other smart girls adored Velma.
Everyone wanted to be Velma! I don't think I've ever met another Daphne wannabe. When I first discovered the Velma love I was stunned, because my antipathy toward her had been that strong. It's hard to explain how weirdly awful I feel for having preferred Daphne. Like I've betrayed my fellow nerd girls, or never deserved to be among them in the first place. It's not like I hate myself for it or anything, but if I wanted to be melodramatic, I could probably make a compelling argument that all of my failures could be traced back to my Team Daphne membership.
Plus, everything's better with Patrick Warburton. That's a tremendously informative article, thanks oneswellfoop! What I meant to allude to is the fact that the show has a reason Scooby-Doo can talk, and it's related to the supernatural element in the show which I don't want to spoil. What knocks my socks off is that Fred is voiced by Frank Welker And nearly every other series since.
He also voices Scooby! I hated how mistreated it was, and how long it took them to actually just finish the second season. The characters are great, the monsters are actually kinda scary. It has great action with no regard for the sheer amount of damage and destruction that happen. It doesn't let the plot get in the way of the fun.
It definitely has rubber masks, and duplicitous grown-ups. The story arcs are good though sometimes convolutedthe episodes stand on their own, and the parents are a nice touch, and having the kids be grounded in a town, rather than just some touring bohemians gives it a nice realistic edge and backdrop for the narrative.
I was impressed by the tear-away face of the ghost Of Alice May, as it actually startled me. Fairly intelligent, and smartly animated as well. Is Crystal Cove on the west or east coast? It made them fall in love with anything, including animals. Baby, you just scared me out of my skin-tight leather foxy pants. Fred's mother is never outright said to have married and divorced Mayor Jones "That's Fred's mom.
She left [Fred Jr. A villainess named the "Obliteratrix" wearing nothing but a black leather bikini top and bottom, leather boots, and leather strips around her arms, legs, and body.
Though 'trix' is a common Latin suffix for female nouns, her name could be a play on "Dominatrix". P Hatecraft remarks that the Obliteratrix is in "great shape".
Complete with him hovering his hands over his chest and hips area for further emphasis. Continuing off of Fred possibly being a Heroic Bastardit turns out that Mayor Jones had him a couple of years after meeting the original Mystery Incorporated while attending college. It's never indicated if Jones had already graduated by then, so it certainly edges on the possibility that he had Fred while in college, which makes the possible reasons behind why Fred's mother left even mo re depress ing.
Of course, that's what the public may think. If Fred's mother was Not So Different from Fred's father in that they both didn't want a kid in the first place because they wanted to prioritize their career first, then she knowingly left Fred with someone who didn't want him just as much as she didn't either. So, even if she was real, did she really love Fred as much as Mayor Jones did, who, despite all the neglect he gave Fred, actually tried to be a good father, while she gave up and left while Fred was still a baby?
To an arguably lesser extent, Fred's real parents, Brad and Judy, likely had him in the 18 year old range. Season 2 Episode 4: Shaggy is playing "Crypts and Creatures" under the covers and when his mother is about to come in begs her not to.
It is pretty much the closest thing to Mistaken for Masturbating they can fly under the radar on this show so far. E and Professor Pericles pouring a dark liquid into champagne flutes. A carton of grape juice is then deliberately placed in the frame. Mayor Nettles and Sheriff Stone's "stake out". It's obvious the matter on which he intends to "judge" people. Theoretically, the "bad and stupid decisions" could have just been about kissing the wrong person and getting hearts broken, but You know that's not it.
While setting up a trap, Fred hands Daphne what seems to be a harness and a helmet, saying "As soon as you have your safety gear on we can get started. At one point, Daphne tells Fred "No means no". Not only does this make it sound like she's talking about sex, but that particular phrase is often used in the context of date rape.
How they got that past the censors is a bigger mystery than anything in the show. I was 14, home alone, doing what all kids did when their mom was gone; rifle through her drawers, looking for old candy and used lipstick containers to store my baby teeth in. Don't act like you never did it! The power then goes out, leaving them in darkness: You know they belong downtown in Crystal Cove's geisha house of terror.
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He's not a geisha, dad. Or at least that's who he's pretending to be I've searched for the dragon's heart all my life.
I tracked it to your silly little town, and it was almost mine. You won't be needing these anymore. Now it all makes sense. Wang used his supposed research trip to Crystal Cove as an excuse to hunt for the dragon's heart. When he saw that Mai Le was wearing the fourth dragon ring, he knew he was close.
After the wizard battle downtown, Mr. Wang came to my house in one last effort to get the ring. But how did he make himself fly? Oh, the same way I did, takes the White Wizard costume off of Mr. Scooby, Shaggy, Velma and Fred: And the magic lightning bolts? Wang's hand Homemade Tesla coils.
It was the perfect plan. That ruby is priceless. I was going to be rich! And I would have gotten away with it if it weren't for you-- Fred: Wang with the White Wizard's head Save it, Wang. We've heard it all before. Scooby laughs Inside the ship, Mai Le keeps the ruby in secret. So long, Mystery Incorporated.
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The ship turns hard left, Mai Le accidentally drops the ruby, Shaggy arrives and catches it. Or should I say I went to the airport to see you off, but you weren't on the plane. It was always about the ruby, wasn't it? You just used us to get Wang out of the way so that you could get the other rings. While you and your idiot friends were explaining Wang's plan, I opened the jade dragon and took the ruby.
The dragon's heart belongs to me! Come and get it. Mai Le destroys table with her strong fist Zoinks! Was everything about you a lie?
He's too good for you, dog issues or no dog issues. I still don't know what that means. Daphne unmasks Nightfright Daphne, Velma and Fred: When you pulled out of the movie, they decided not to make it.
I had to take a job as a production assistant. But, why have you done this?
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Well, by scaring you and everyone watching on TV, I was going to prove that Nightfright deserved his own horror movie. Right before you started filming, I hid my Nightfright costume in a closet. I used the conduit to sneak in and put the costume on. I paid the other actors to pretend to be knocked out when I attacked. Of course, I couldn't let anyone know that I was Nightfright.
I had to sneak out every now and then, and get everyone coffee. I'm Harry Shneste-Boysen, the executive producer of this show. I've been watching the whole thing from my jacuzzi. It's gonna make a great movie. A movie, about me? Uh, you know, none of this would have happened without you meddling kids.
All right, let's go. See you on the big screen in 10 to 20 years. Well, all's well that ends well. The Siren's Song[ edit ] Dr. I would like to see who's been holding me captive all this time. Hello, comrade Daphne and her fellow comrade mystery-solving teenagers. The other 3 Fish Freaks unmask themselves Daphne: But aren't you against all this anti-environment stuff?
Funny you should ask. It all started when we were doing a little research into our old foe Destroido. We were going through their trash when we ran across some very interesting information: Cavanaugh's report on this giant oil deposit off Dead Man's Point. We came up with a plan to make enough money to fund our various protests. We were gonna drill for the oil ourselves and sell it. You were doing this for cash?
You have no idea how expensive it is to be a grassroots activist! After we found the location of the oil platform, all we had to do was scare off anyone who started nosing into our business.
And we would have, too, if that meddling mermaid had kept her fin to herself and never contacted you. Are you telling us that you were going to cause a major environmental disaster in order to get the cash to protest against major environmental disasters? You must be willing to kill the environment to save it. Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred: I don't think that's right. Hey, you're not a mermaid! Allow me to introduce my lovely wife Amy Cavanaugh, ordinary human and professional Commercial jingle singer.
That explains why your eerily beautiful singing voice made me want to put on deodorant! Velma is disappointed Amy: You lied to me. You acted like you were my friend, and I believed you. I came up with the mermaid character out of desperation. I'd gone to the police to report that my husband had been kidnapped by Fish Freaks, but they just laughed at me, then asked for directions to the oil platform so they could add it as a stop to on the Crystal Cove Mystery Tour. I thought that if I could make it sound like one of your mysteries, you'd help me rescue my husband.
How do you even know about us? I read your blog. Does that mean you're going to stay in touch? If you'd like to me to. But I wouldn't mind if you did. As far as helping, it's what we do. Our friend Angel also deserves a lot of credit. She knew about Destroido's involvement from some old newspaper articles.
That's how we made the connection. Destroido covered the whole thing up. The papers never even knew about it. Baby, you just about scared me out of my skin-tight leather foxy pants. What's with all the sneaking around? What's that supposed to mean? For the short amount of time that you've been in Crystal Cove, you sure know a lot about this town's mystery history. Well, I'm just curious by nature. One of my big problems, on a list that's long and distinguished, is that despite my skeptical nature, I trust people.
I want to see the best in them. Unfortunately, they usually let me down. Things have been adding up for me, Angel. The help you gave us on this oil platform mystery, the diary you provided for the Mystery Manor case; stuff that you shouldn't know and shouldn't have had, no matter what the heebedy-jeebedy. What are you saying? I'm saying Angel Dynamite isn't your real name. I think your real name is Cassidy Williams, and you're one of the members of the original Mystery Incorporated that vanished in the caves beneath Crystal Cove.