History Headscratchers / SCOOBYDOO

18th Mar '17 10:54:51 PM GhostHouse
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** [[''MemeticMutation/MeanGirls'' Oh my god, guys! You can't just ask someone why they talk normally!]]

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** [[''MemeticMutation/MeanGirls'' ''[[Memes/MeanGirls Oh my god, guys! You can't just ask someone why they talk normally!]]
normally!]]''
18th Mar '17 10:53:52 PM GhostHouse
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**[[''MemeticMutation/MeanGirls'' Oh my god, guys! You can't just ask someone why they talk normally!]]
14th Feb '17 8:06:28 PM SuperMagneto
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14th Feb '17 8:05:42 PM SuperMagneto
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** How about when the show is trying to fool the viewers into thinking the monster's real in every episode even though kids are already familiar with Scooby-Doo?
22nd Jan '17 2:54:21 PM MichaelKatsuro
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* How come they never mention the idea of the monster being fake until the end of the episode, when they've caught the monster and it's time to pull the mask off? When Velma pulls the mask off, she usually says "Now let's see who's really behind this," or something like that. So she's acting on the assumption that it's obviously just a person in a suit. But before that moment, they never say a word about the monster being fake, and basically just act like they're dealing with the real thing. They never ever say things like "Hm, the monster is sure to be a person in a suit. I wonder who! Let's catch it and find out." Why is mentioning the fact that monsters are fake such a taboo?
9th Jan '17 2:29:35 PM SuperMagneto
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* Shouldn't the Scooby-Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting dangerous criminals, solving mysteries, and taking matters in their own hands. I can see them getting away with this in the 1969, but the late 2000s?

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* Shouldn't the Scooby-Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting dangerous criminals, solving mysteries, and taking matters in their own hands. I can see them getting away with this in the 1969, but the late 2000s?
9th Jan '17 2:28:46 PM SuperMagneto
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* Shouldn't the Scooby-Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting dangerous criminals, solving mysteries, and taking matters in their own hands.

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* Shouldn't the Scooby-Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting dangerous criminals, solving mysteries, and taking matters in their own hands. I can see them getting away with this in the 1969, but the late 2000s?
9th Jan '17 2:27:51 PM SuperMagneto
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* Shouldn't the Scooby Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting criminals even though they're disguised as ghosts.

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* Shouldn't the Scooby Doo Scooby-Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting criminals even though they're disguised as ghosts.dangerous criminals, solving mysteries, and taking matters in their own hands.
9th Jan '17 2:26:06 PM SuperMagneto
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* Shouldn't the Scooby Doo Gang be arrested for vigilantism? They're fighting criminals even though they're disguised as ghosts.
24th Sep '16 8:23:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Perhaps they want to keep the illusion that there's no protective mechanical frame surrounding them by faking pain? Of course [[TheyJustDidntCare there's always the other answer]].

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** Perhaps they want to keep the illusion that there's no protective mechanical frame surrounding them by faking pain? Of course [[TheyJustDidntCare there's always the other answer]].
pain?
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