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17th Nov '17 9:00:02 AM CatcherInTheWry
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* [[AC: Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!]]

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* [[AC: *[[AC: Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!]]
17th Nov '17 8:59:29 AM CatcherInTheWry
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* At the end, there are two possibilities: A) The experimental cast didn't go as well as the doctors wanted and they took it off before it could mess up T.D.'s arm even more, or B), T.D. just became so desensitized to it that it disappeared from his dream.

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* At the end, there are two possibilities: A) The experimental cast didn't go as well as the doctors wanted and they took it off before it could mess up T.D.'s arm even more, or B), T.D. just became so desensitized to it that it disappeared from his dream.\
* [[AC: Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!]]
At this point T.D. gets a fever. Now I'll say this once: Fever + Coma = Bad news. No matter what happens, he can't get warm, and so, resigning himself to the chill, dreams up a winter wonderland as a fun alternative to shivering in a lonely white room. The subplot with Daphne and the snowball could represent someone (Who reminds him of Fred) whom he's frustrated with in real life. Fred constantly dodging every attempt is T.D. acknowledging that as a dream, to get any satisfaction is impossible. At the end he decides to give himself a break and at least ''pretend'' to have some closure. Shaggy and Scooby's song is just a fever dream of T.D.'s: Weird, random, and meaningless. (But Funny).
15th Nov '17 5:37:50 PM Steven434
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*[[AC: Me, Myself and AI]]
As T.D.'s condition grows more serious, more and more advanced equipment is required to keep them alive. T.D. is vaguely aware of various needles invading his body and overhears conversations doctors have. He's not sure what to think of this, and has (Quite literally) mixed feelings. Daphne on one hand is VERY wary of all this, recognizing that something going wrong or a glitch occurring could prove lethal. Velma accepts it and the potential for keeping them alive and improving their health, and Fred outright embraces it, and is the wearer of the "Left-arm 3000".
Fred's "Left-Arm 3000" isn't actually a new gadget. In reality, in the accident causing T.D.'s coma, his left arm got very badly injured. At this point in the comaland progression the doctors decided to try a new, experimental cast that involved placing T.D.'s arm in a clunky metal contraption that would keep his arm completely motionless to optimizing the healing process. In the dream, T.D. changed this because it would simply be much ''cooler'' to wear a "Left Arm 3000" then any old cast.
**This is also why, even when the Left Arm 3000 proves to be very dangerous and difficult to control, it never occurs to any of the characters to have Fred just take it off: T.D. can't, because he's asleep and in reality, the cast is still securely attached to him, and the sensation of it being clamped over his arm is a constant reminder.
*At the end, there are two possibilities: A) The experimental cast didn't go as well as the doctors wanted and they took it off before it could mess up T.D.'s arm even more, or B), T.D. just became so desensitized to it that it disappeared from his dream.






2nd Oct '17 1:13:33 AM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: Shaggy is so stoned, he's imagining Scooby is talking to him.]]

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[[WMG: Shaggy is so stoned, he's imagining Scooby is talking to him.]]


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[[WMG: The gang can't age because of an immortality spell.]]
Back in 1969, an actual voodoo witch placed a spell on the gang for meddling in her business. That's why they still look young today. The sad part is, they are not aware of the spell. To them, it's still the 1960s.
18th Sep '17 3:10:14 AM SuperMagneto
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* Alternately, Fred set it all up in an attempt to impress Daphne, or maybe Velma set it up to impress Fred.
15th Sep '17 11:48:31 AM SuperMagneto
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All the times you see Scooby-Doo talking and doing human-like things, that's all in Shaggy's head. Scooby is actually a regular dog. In reality, Scooby's lines are just barks and growls.

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All the times you see Scooby-Doo talking and doing human-like things, that's it's all in Shaggy's head. Scooby is actually a regular dog. In reality, Scooby's lines are just barks and growls.
15th Sep '17 11:45:31 AM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: Shaggy is so stoned, he's imagining Scooby is talking to him.]]
All the times you see Scooby-Doo talking and doing human-like things, that's all in Shaggy's head. Scooby is actually a regular dog. In reality, Scooby's lines are just barks and growls.
14th Sep '17 11:50:41 PM SuperMagneto
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[[WMG: Daphne doesn't care about Scooby, Shaggy, and Velma.]]
The reason Daphne is with them is because she's in love with Freddy. You really think a preppy girl would willingly hang out with a bookworm, a hippy, and a dog all day long? She doesn't even care about solving mysteries and helping people. She's only tagging along so she can get close to Fred.
13th Sep '17 4:58:40 PM nombretomado
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This is likely, because the animation instead is done in Warner Bros. Animation's typical house style, and for the most part attempts to be more "realistic" and like real life, compared to the originals' more cartoony tones. The gang is all exaggerated parodies of how they originally were, such as Fred being a more [[TheDitz ditzy and scatterbrained]] version of himself, Daphne becoming more fashion-conscious, etc. in a manner similar to ''APupNamedScoobyDoo'', implying that the staff mainly only watched that series for research and references in the series' production process. The staff also most likely hated Creator/HannaBarbera's famous StockSoundEffects, and instead gave the sound editors only a small portion of the library and ordered them to make new effects from scratch, to make the show sound more like the real world as well.

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This is likely, because the animation instead is done in Warner Bros. Animation's typical house style, and for the most part attempts to be more "realistic" and like real life, compared to the originals' more cartoony tones. The gang is all exaggerated parodies of how they originally were, such as Fred being a more [[TheDitz ditzy and scatterbrained]] version of himself, Daphne becoming more fashion-conscious, etc. in a manner similar to ''APupNamedScoobyDoo'', ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo'', implying that the staff mainly only watched that series for research and references in the series' production process. The staff also most likely hated Creator/HannaBarbera's famous StockSoundEffects, and instead gave the sound editors only a small portion of the library and ordered them to make new effects from scratch, to make the show sound more like the real world as well.
22nd Jun '17 1:35:41 PM Steven434
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In this episode, T.D. is focused on figuring out ''who'' they are, as they continue their quest to reassemble their fragmented mind. Does Daphne's gender resonate with T.D.'s, or is her place as T.D.'s dream persona unrelated to it? To find out, T.D. tries out a beard. Fred's argument is, "Girls can't wear beards." Daphne's main counterargument mainly consists of, "Well, too bad, I want one." True, T.D. could just be a girl who decides to wear a beard in their dream, but for the sake of dream symbolism, clarity, and in remembering this is a mere WMG, let's say that the beard means something. In the end, Fred eventually reluctantly comes to terms with Daphne's beards-T.D. recognizes their waking gender as a guy, even if Daphne isn't. Fred is still unhappy about the mustache, (Because the rational mind rejects mustachioed women as, well, rational).

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In this episode, T.D. is focused on figuring out ''who'' they are, as they continue their quest to reassemble their fragmented mind. Does Daphne's gender resonate with T.D.'s, or is her place as T.D.'s dream persona unrelated to it? To find out, T.D. tries out a beard. Fred's argument is, "Girls can't wear beards." Daphne's main counterargument mainly consists of, "Well, too bad, I want one." True, T.D. could just be a girl who decides to wear a beard in their dream, but for the sake of dream symbolism, clarity, and in remembering this is a mere WMG, let's say that the beard means something. In the end, Fred eventually reluctantly comes to terms with Daphne's beards-T.D. recognizes their waking gender as a guy, even if Daphne isn't. Fred is still unhappy about the mustache, (Because the rational mind rejects mustachioed women as, well, rational).
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