History WMG / SCOOBYDOO

9th Apr '18 10:41:50 PM Homemaderat
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* The Alternative theory fronted by fans of Scooby and many of his sibling entities, is that they just exist in a faulty timeline. Either by birth or caused by several decades of animated shenanigans, their normal is always in flux and you should come to expect it.
* We could take this into a more out of universe way as well as in universe, but that's a whole major issue of a BrokenBase.
17th Mar '18 10:51:58 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. Plus the subtle dream/sleep motif going on-("Wake Me Up to say Goodnight" the name of the case music from trading chases, "Bad, Bad, ''Dream''" From Me Myself and AI, "Kitchen Frightmare" a play on ''Nightmare'') 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.


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Daphne is T.D.'s younger self, fun lovng, optimistic, and in many ways more psychologically whole then the others. Fred is his older self, mature, cynical, and completely contrasting to Daphne. He's also very protective over her, and of all of them has the most traumatic past. Velma all of T.D.'s memories, everything he's ever learned. She also contains his fears and anxiety, stuff that the world doesn't associate with guys, thus he hides it away with timid little Velma. Scooby is T.D.'s memories of Scooby, but, as seen by Scooby's TakenALevelInJerkass, the memories are clearly warped. Shaggy is Daphne's antithesis, optimistic with a high opinion of Scooby, but is rather dependent on Scooby,but the relationship is portrayed not as ideally as before-Scooby is portrayed as disloyal to Shaggy and gets angry at him easily. So Daphne's the
This explains the wildly different animation style, almost as if being viewed from a different pair of eyes, the flanderization, and the randomness. Plus the subtle dream/sleep motif going on-("Wake Me Up to say Goodnight" the name of the case music from trading chases, "Bad, Bad, ''Dream''" From Me Myself and AI, "Kitchen Frightmare" a play on ''Nightmare'') 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. \n\n Shaggy is the yin to Daphne's yang, Fred is the yin to Velma's yang. Shaggy is everything T.D. fears that he could have been, Velma is everything hidden within him.




T.D.'s health continues to deteriorate. Daphne is portrayed as unusually desperate in this episode, expressing wistfulness for a friendship like Shaggy and Scooby's. By this point, while still unclear exactly how much time T.D. has been trapped in his state, it's clear he has gotten lonely. He just goes straight to collecting animal friends instead of creating of creating some replicas of his friends from the outside world. Did he have friends at the point he went comatose?

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T.D.'s health continues to deteriorate. Daphne is portrayed as unusually desperate in this episode, expressing wistfulness for a friendship like Shaggy and Scooby's. By this point, while still unclear exactly how much time T.D. has been trapped in his state, it's clear he has gotten lonely. He just goes straight to collecting animal friends instead of creating of creating some replicas of his friends from the outside world. Did he have friends at the point he went comatose?comatose? Daphne's sadness at the end of how could be because she's been betrayed.
5th Mar '18 6:21:45 PM CatcherInTheWry
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[[WMG: Mystery Inc. Did something horrible, and their longevity is a punishment, not a gift.]]
Sometime around the 2000s, Mystery Inc. had a resurgance in popularity. Now, previous to this, Scooby-Doo was a dying franchise. They did something to reverse this and gained the fame and revitalization they desired...but at a cost. They will live on...[[WhoWantsToLiveForever watching their fellow shows die out, their fellow HB characters fade, everything they know be warped and ravaged by time.]] They would be revitalized...again, and again, and again...increasingly deviating from who and what they once were. The gang deals with their guilt in various ways. Shaggy and Scooby turn to food and grow increasingly frightened as a way to distract themselves from the weight of their deed. Daphne becomes more agressive, as an outlet for her self-loathing...only Fred seems to remain a fairly blank slate, because only he has no remorse for what they've done. When they learn their lesson and take responsibility for their actions, they'll break the curse and the franchise will fade. Possibly they managed this in Mystery Incorporated, as the universe is finally reset. Maybe be cool is a completely new, alternate mystery inc. Maybe. This is a WMG, after all.
10th Feb '18 12:53:56 AM SuperMagneto
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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. When the unmasked monsters go to jail at the end, Daphne's rich family "persuade" the judge and jury to let them go.

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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. When the unmasked monsters go to jail at the end, Daphne's rich family "persuade" the judge and jury cops to let them go.
10th Feb '18 12:52:41 AM SuperMagneto
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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. When Old Man Jenkins goes to jail at the end, Daphne's rich family get him out using money, power, intimidation, and blackmail.

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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. When Old Man Jenkins goes the unmasked monsters go to jail at the end, Daphne's rich family get him out using money, power, intimidation, "persuade" the judge and blackmail.jury to let them go.
10th Feb '18 12:48:51 AM SuperMagneto
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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. So when Old Man Jenkins goes to jail, Daphne's rich family will get him out through money, power, intimidation, and blackmail.

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Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. So when When Old Man Jenkins goes to jail, jail at the end, Daphne's rich family will get him out through using money, power, intimidation, and blackmail.
10th Feb '18 12:47:14 AM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: All of the mysteries are staged by the gang]]
Daphne pay her friends, relatives, and neighbors to dress up as monsters. They set up fake mysteries around the world in hopes to become rich and famous. The only things are real are the collateral damage, cops, and bystanders. So when Old Man Jenkins goes to jail, Daphne's rich family will get him out through money, power, intimidation, and blackmail.
30th Jan '18 3:29:55 AM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: Daphne is faking her wacky personality in "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!"]]
She is aware of her bland personality, so she creates this wacky persona to get people to like her.
9th Jan '18 9:09:05 PM CommanderVisor
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While there won't be ContinuityPorn or any outright confirmation of what universe the 2010s-era movies takes place in (since a recurring point about these movies is that they're meant to stand on their own), there will be stronger references to previous ''Scooby-Doo'' works, such as brief cameos from past characters or hints that these characters exist in this continuity like how ''Abracadabra-Doo!" implied that Mrs. Dinkley is still Angie Dinkley from ''Mystery Incorporated''.

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While there won't be ContinuityPorn or any outright confirmation of what universe the 2010s-era movies takes place in (since a recurring point about these movies is that they're meant to stand on their own), there will be stronger references to previous ''Scooby-Doo'' works, such as brief cameos from past characters or hints that these characters exist in this continuity like how ''Abracadabra-Doo!" implied that [[TheGhost Mrs. Dinkley is still Dinkley's]] characterization in ''Abracadabra-Doo!'' fits the bill for her being Angie Dinkley from ''Mystery Incorporated''.Dinkley, the Crystal Cove license plate on the Mystery Machine in ''Frankencreepy'', etc.
9th Jan '18 9:07:43 PM CommanderVisor
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[[WMG: Scrappy's family doesn't want him either]]

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[[WMG: Scrappy's family doesn't want him either]]
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[[WMG: Crystal and Amber are Plumbers.]]

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[[WMG: Crystal and Amber are Plumbers.[[Franchise/Ben10 Plumbers]].]]



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[[WMG: The 50th anniversary direct-to-video movie(s) will feature at least one ContinuityCavalcade scene.]]
While there won't be ContinuityPorn or any outright confirmation of what universe the 2010s-era movies takes place in (since a recurring point about these movies is that they're meant to stand on their own), there will be stronger references to previous ''Scooby-Doo'' works, such as brief cameos from past characters or hints that these characters exist in this continuity like how ''Abracadabra-Doo!" implied that Mrs. Dinkley is still Angie Dinkley from ''Mystery Incorporated''.
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