History Headscratchers / ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated

19th Jun '16 10:33:03 AM Shinzakura
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Plus, if Porto was able to destroy a good portion of Crystal Cove with mere explosives, it means that the land was unstable to begin with. All it would have taken was an earthquake or a landslide in the past (of the new reality) and hence, Crystal ''Cove''.




to:

* A Meta headscratcher: why, during the reality reset, is Brad and Judy still Fred's parents? Fred Sr. clearly loves him, and it would have just as easily been a case of a single-parent adopting.
22nd May '16 5:48:40 PM Lullaby22
Is there an issue? Send a Message



----

to:

\n* If Fred was onto the ruse from the beginning in "Man In The Mirror", why did he lead [[spoiler: Brad and Judy]] to the actual location of the Planispheric Disk at all? They didn't know where it was, so he could have led them anywhere.

----
11th Nov '15 1:45:40 AM erforce
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The Crybaby Clown's motivation in his second episode: Does it make even the slightest lick of sense? To recap, [[spoiler:Baylor Hotner has been cast in a horror movie about a monster clown, and to get into the role he decides to go terrorise a random town dressed in the movie costume and kidnap all these people to help him make the film? Is there any reason at all for why he can't just ''hire'' a crew, being, you know, rich and famous movie superstar? And just why did he even kidnap Daphne when Daphne had mere hours before willingly agreed to go with him to Hollywood? Also, with the reveal in his second episode in mind, just why was the extorting money from the town government in his first episode? Furthermore, what [[WTHCastingAgency insane casting agency]] decided that this universe's equivelant to Taylor Lautner was the perfect actor to play a morbidly obese diaper-wearing MonsterClown PsychopathicManchild?]] Considering that all this serves as a major plot point to [[spoiler:get Daphne back into the gang]], this seems to kind of transgend the boundaries of what the RuleOfFunny can excuse.

to:

* The Crybaby Clown's motivation in his second episode: Does it make even the slightest lick of sense? To recap, [[spoiler:Baylor Hotner has been cast in a horror movie about a monster clown, and to get into the role he decides to go terrorise a random town dressed in the movie costume and kidnap all these people to help him make the film? Is there any reason at all for why he can't just ''hire'' a crew, being, you know, rich and famous movie superstar? And just why did he even kidnap Daphne when Daphne had mere hours before willingly agreed to go with him to Hollywood? Also, with the reveal in his second episode in mind, just why was the extorting money from the town government in his first episode? Furthermore, what [[WTHCastingAgency insane casting agency]] decided that this universe's equivelant equivalent to Taylor Lautner was the perfect actor to play a morbidly obese diaper-wearing MonsterClown PsychopathicManchild?]] Considering that all this serves as a major plot point to [[spoiler:get Daphne back into the gang]], this seems to kind of transgend the boundaries of what the RuleOfFunny can excuse.
18th Oct '15 4:54:24 AM TheWeird1
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Hot Dog Water find a large cavern, built the fictional temple there, make the website, waited for Mayor Jones Sr to take the bait, and then secretly brought it up aftern Mayor Jones Sr. brought the fictional temple to Funland.

to:

* ** Being Velma-level of smartness, Hot Dog Water find found a large cavern, built the fictional temple there, make the website, waited for Mayor Jones Sr to take the bait, and then secretly brought it up aftern after Mayor Jones Sr. brought the fictional temple to Funland.
18th Oct '15 4:53:13 AM TheWeird1
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Hot Dog Water find a large cavern, built the fictional temple there, make the website, waited for Mayor Jones Sr to take the bait, and then secretly brought it up aftern Mayor Jones Sr. brought the fictional temple to Funland.
14th Jun '15 8:58:53 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** The episode with the ghost of Friar Sera strongly implied that the alligators were some kind of supernatural phenomena. Given that Mystery Incorporated shares a setting with JohnnyQuest, that's probably not the only supernatural phenomena hanging around, although it might be the strangest.

to:

** The episode with the ghost of Friar Sera strongly implied that the alligators were some kind of supernatural phenomena. Given that Mystery Incorporated shares a setting with JohnnyQuest, WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest, that's probably not the only supernatural phenomena hanging around, although it might be the strangest.
28th May '15 4:38:19 PM Hard2break
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

**Just a theory but perhaps the planetspheric disks act somewhat similar to the [[TheLordOfTheRing Olne Ring]] in that besides corrupting whomever holds them to the point where they'll do anything to get them, it also prolongs their lifespan which is why the conquistador was still alive centuries after he should have been dead. Come to think Danny Darrow from episode 17 seemed to be pretty spry for an old man who'd spent most of his life isolated in a buried house with no available means of nourishment. It's possible that the one disc he'd been holding was giving him youthful energy which was how he was able to survive for so long though having only one piece meant he didnt get eternal youth like the conquistador. Given that the pieces are enchanted by Nibiru himself so that anyone who comes across them is driven to free him, making it so that the wielder gets immortality means they're less likely to discard them.
14th Jun '14 7:26:05 PM Fauxlosophe
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

***When they get together for the first time, they remark how much things have changed; They've been thrown into a completely different universe where people's lives have turned out very differently. While there are a lot of similarities, it is no longer their lives. I think they react pretty well considering their lives and loved ones have literally been ret-gonned into recognizable but really different people.
8th Jun '14 1:04:39 PM Xephon
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

** This troper LOVES beef jerky, and more than once in my youth I've nearly bought dog jerky treats thinking they were beef jerky for humans. There's probably not much difference between the two but, given what I know about Department of Agriculture regulations for (human) food preparation standards vs. pet food standards, I have never had the courage to find out just how much difference.
3rd Jun '14 4:21:42 PM RockSunner
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

** They were accompanied by robots that could operate underwater.
This list shows the last 10 events of 88. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Headscratchers.ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated