Daphne Blake from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (Season 1: Episode 10) “Bedlam in the Big Top”
Fred: So, bet Scooby and Shaggy and Velma and Daphne are worried sick about us? Wondering when we’ll come home?
Scrappy: That’s not my home.
Fred: Oh…right! You’re from Warner Bros!
Scrappy: That’s not my home either!
A soft Scoob!!!!!
Scooby-Doo, “A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground”
Happy Valentine’s Day from Scooby-Doo and The Mystery Inc. gang! Find them in their newest adventure, #Scoob!, coming to theaters 05/15/20.
Read more about it at our blog. Link in previous post.
Thank you #alliedcontigo
Scooby-Doo, “Foul Play In Funland”
Ted the Animator: “…um… how?”
Carl the Animator: “Y’know, bit of a fade up as it comes closer… like it’s emerging from the darkness!”
Ted the Animator: “…”
Ted the Animator: “…that’s a little less ‘emerging from darkness’ and a little more ‘ten gallons of blood gradually washing off.’”
Carl the Animator: “Oh. Well, hey, that spices it up too.”
Anyone ever notice how a lot of late ‘90s/2000s cartoons were using pop punk theme songs?
A friend. The first Scoob ive been able to get in awhile due to being “responsible” with money.
What a victory to carry it in my arms through an entire mall to my car. 👌
One of my favorite gags in What’s New, Scooby-Doo
Scooby-Doo, “Foul Play in Funland”
Carl the Animator: “I’ll just switch the light over and bump it up a bit! It’ll be seamless.”
*20 seconds later*
Ted the Animator: “That is… slightly less than seamless.”
Carl the Animator: “Oh, I dunno!”
Carl the Animator: “Maybe the toxic glow of Flim-Flam illuminates everything with his evil aura.”
Ted the Animator: “I guess I need to add ‘light’ to the forms of energy you aren’t trusted with.”