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15th Jan '17 6:01:40 PM Steven434
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The mind placates itself by giving Dream-Shaggy and Dream-Scooby tons of food while T.D. (Daphne) quickly distracts their rational mind (Fred) away from the angry, angry, sea creatures. What they represent in the mind world is anyone's guess, but it's clear that whatever it is it's not something that can be dealt with exclusively within the mind. By reconciling with the dolphins, the mind is able to put it behind them and not let it interfere with sorting out their brain. The Cruise Captain even says something to effect off, "A great weight has been lifted of my shoulders."

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The mind placates itself by giving Dream-Shaggy and Dream-Scooby tons of food while T.D. (Daphne) quickly distracts their rational mind (Fred) away from the angry, angry, sea creatures. What they represent in the mind world is anyone's guess, but it's clear that whatever it is it's not something that can be dealt with exclusively within the mind. By reconciling with the dolphins, the mind is able to put it behind them and not let it interfere with sorting out their brain. The Cruise Captain even says something to effect off, "A great weight has been lifted of my shoulders." ", and thus can move on. Although if the ending is anything to go by, there's something more to this...
15th Jan '17 5:53:12 PM Steven434
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The mind placates itself by giving Dream-Shaggy and Dream-Scooby tons of food while T.D. quickly distracts their rational mind away from the angry, angry, sea creatures...

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The mind placates itself by giving Dream-Shaggy and Dream-Scooby tons of food while T.D. (Daphne) quickly distracts their rational mind (Fred) away from the angry, angry, sea creatures...
creatures. What they represent in the mind world is anyone's guess, but it's clear that whatever it is it's not something that can be dealt with exclusively within the mind. By reconciling with the dolphins, the mind is able to put it behind them and not let it interfere with sorting out their brain. The Cruise Captain even says something to effect off, "A great weight has been lifted of my shoulders."
14th Jan '17 7:07:46 PM Steven434
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Throughout the whole episode, the sea represents something bad. Velma can't tolerate it. It's inhabitants are all angry with Daphne for some reason. Literally ALL the monster attacks happened under the sea.

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Throughout the whole episode, the sea represents something bad. Velma can't tolerate it. It's inhabitants are all angry with Daphne for some reason. Literally ALL the monster attacks happened under the sea. T.D. tried to tackle something overwhelming in this, but failed; Velma still has an aversion to water, Daphne made amends with the dolphins but still has all the rest of sea life giving her dirty looks.
The mind placates itself by giving Dream-Shaggy and Dream-Scooby tons of food while T.D. quickly distracts their rational mind away from the angry, angry, sea creatures...
14th Jan '17 6:59:01 PM Steven434
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[[AC: All Paws On Deck]]

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Throughout the whole episode, the sea represents something bad. Velma can't tolerate it. It's inhabitants are all angry with Daphne for some reason. Literally ALL the monster attacks happened under the sea.
14th Jan '17 6:32:24 PM Steven434
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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds. NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, (I mean, check out those beaks in some shots! That looks more like something you'd find on an eagle or something) THe mind selected chickens to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant. In the end T.D. overcomes their prejudice (mostly, the gang is still clearly startled to find Rick and his chicken in the back).

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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds. NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, (I mean, check out those beaks in some shots! That looks more like something you'd find on an eagle or something) THe The mind selected chickens to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant. In the end T.D. overcomes their prejudice (mostly, the gang is still clearly startled to find Rick and his chicken in the back).


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[[AC: All Paws On Deck]]
This one is slightly different from the others, as Daphne doesn't have a quirk in this one. Oh, yes, there are the dolphins, but they're not something T.D. deliberately does as a way of coping with the mystery, just the way Daphne is not deliberately trying to initiate rivalry with the dolphins (And apparently the rest of the sea life, but let's just focus on the Dolphins right now.), it's already happened. Daphne doesn't act afraid of them-but she does act afraid of Fred finding out)
10th Jan '17 8:32:28 PM Steven434
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This explains the wildly different animation style, almost as if being viewed from a different pair of eyes, the flanderization, and the randomness. It's interesting to note that Velma and Fred are both acting fairly like their original incarnations, almost as if the dreamer knew them from that time (Be they an avid watcher of the show or knew the gang in-universe) In fact, the only one NOT acting like themselves is Daphne, so it's safe to assume that the dreamer chose her as their main persona. At this point one would assume that the dreamer is a girl, but that alone is weak proof, and considering that the entire gang is also a product of the dreamer's imagination and parts of their mind. The dreamer could have chosen Daphne for any variety of reasons, for example, if didn't feel like they could relate to Shaggy, or was upset with Fred and Velma, and preferred to "interact" with Scooby over "being" him, that would only leave Daphne, but those are just examples. Also, the puppets. Daphne's puppets are basically what the mind is doing throughout the episode-playing around and learning about the gang.

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This explains the wildly different animation style, almost as if being viewed from a different pair of eyes, the flanderization, and the randomness. It's interesting to note that Velma and Fred are both acting fairly like their original incarnations, almost as if the dreamer knew them from that time (Be they an avid watcher of the show or knew the gang in-universe) In fact, the only one NOT acting like themselves is Daphne, so it's safe to assume that the dreamer chose her as their main persona. At this point one would assume that the dreamer is a girl, but that alone is weak proof, and considering that the entire gang is also a product of the dreamer's imagination and parts of their mind. The dreamer could have chosen Daphne for any variety of reasons, for example, if didn't feel like they could relate to Shaggy, or was upset with Fred and Velma, and preferred to "interact" with Scooby over "being" him, that would only leave Daphne, but those are just examples.

Also, the puppets. Daphne's puppets are basically what the mind is doing throughout the episode-playing around and learning about the gang.
8th Jan '17 6:50:13 PM Steven434
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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant) Rationality vs. Irrationality.

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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT Birds. NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, (I mean, check out those beaks in some shots! That looks more like something you'd find on an eagle or something) THe mind selected chickense chickens to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant) persistant. In the end T.D. overcomes their prejudice (mostly, the gang is still clearly startled to find Rick and his chicken in the back).
Rationality vs. Irrationality. The mind clearly has fun with running head first into a situation, and but sometimes that doesn't work, and finally reconciles the two.
8th Jan '17 4:43:20 PM Steven434
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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant) Rationality vs. Irrationality

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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant) Rationality vs. IrrationalityIrrationality.
8th Jan '17 4:37:17 PM Steven434
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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant)

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** "Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant)persistant) Rationality vs. Irrationality
8th Jan '17 4:34:18 PM Steven434
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*Each episode has a motif. Something that the dreamer is trying to work around. Sometimes there are more than one.
**Mystery 101: Acceptance
**"Game Of Chicken": Distrust of Birds(NOT chickens, more likely a predator bird, mind selected chickense to deamean the enemy but still depicts them as very fierce, and persistant)
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