History WesternAnimation / APupNamedScoobyDoo

14th Apr '17 2:37:11 PM jccw227
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* VocalEvolution: Freddy's voice becomes deeper in later episodes when his voice actor goes through puberty.
18th Mar '17 7:02:38 PM luiz4200
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* {{Antidisestablishmentarianism}}: In "For Letter or Worse", The first word the contestants playing the titular game show is "Antidisestablishmentarianism". The Brainy Bunch figures it out as soon as the host informs the contestants it's the longest word.
8th Mar '17 2:14:21 PM toregg
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* BanisterSlide: Scooby and Shaggy do this in Scooby's giant doghouse in "The Sludge Monster From The Earth's Core" episode.
1st Mar '17 12:03:53 PM SilentStranger
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* DrugsAreBad:

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* DrugsAreBad:DrugsAreBad: As a result of being produced during the height of the Anti-Drug campaign, this episode is extremely anvilicious when it comes to drugs, even for an American kids show. Most shows had maybe one or two special episodes about drugs, this show had it become a recurring motive.



* RedHerring: Short of using an actual red fish, you just can't get more literal than this: Red Herring was the name of an actual character. {{Once an Episode}}, Freddy would accuse him of being the culprit; the accusation always came out of nowhere, with zero evidence to support it. Fred's logic was that Red was a jerk, and thus must be the villain. Red would always respond with an airtight alibi, much to Freddy's chagrin.

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* RealAfterAll: The cast actually ''does'' find a real ghost at one point, though it's a harmless friendly ghost named Mr Boo. The VillainOfTheWeek's plan would result in the house he haunts to be demolished, which would mean he would cease to exist, so the cast end up having to help him.
* RedHerring: Short of using an actual red fish, you just can't get more literal than this: Red Herring was the name of an actual character.character, a local bully. {{Once an Episode}}, Freddy would accuse him of being the culprit; the accusation always came out of nowhere, with zero evidence to support it. Fred's logic was that Red was a jerk, and thus must be the villain. Red would always respond with an airtight alibi, much to Freddy's chagrin.
18th Feb '17 5:14:17 PM WileK209
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* AmnesiaEpisode: "The Return of Commander Cool," where Shaggy is dressed as the titular superhero but ends up with amnesia and thinks he really ''is'' Commander Cool for the majority of the episode.


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* OnceASeason: An episode where Commander Cool and Mellow Mutt are a significant part of the plot.
3rd Feb '17 3:51:21 AM Doug86
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* IdiotHero: Fred becomes a hilarious ignoramus in this show, a characterization that stuck for a while, showing up in the live action movies, and every once in a while in ''WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', the animated movies and ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc]]''.

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* IdiotHero: Fred becomes a hilarious ignoramus in this show, a characterization that stuck for a while, showing up in the live action movies, and every once in a while in ''WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'', the animated movies and ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc ''[[WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryInc Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc]]''.
11th Dec '16 6:07:06 PM WileK209
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** Yogi and Boo-Boo also appear on a TV in "Lights, Camera, Monster."



* NotQuiteDead: In "Curse of the Collar", the gang deals with the ghost of the dogcatcher with a grudge against the Doo Family, Buster [=McMuttMauler=]. Which as usual wasn't real. But then later in the seires we see that the real Buster [=McMuttMauler=] is still very much alive as well.

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* NotQuiteDead: In "Curse of the Collar", the gang deals with the ghost of the dogcatcher with a grudge against the Doo Family, Buster [=McMuttMauler=]. Which as usual wasn't real. But then later in the seires series we see that the real Buster [=McMuttMauler=] is still very much alive as well.


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* SelfParody: One of the first Scooby-Doo shows to do so, often lampshading the usual tropes and conventions associated with the franchise.
28th Nov '16 7:58:16 AM MichalkaManiac
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'''''A Pup Named Scooby-Doo''''' is one of the more ambitious additions to the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, airing from September 1988 to August 1991 for 30 episodes. In it, Mystery Inc. (here called "The Scooby Doo Detective Agency") are [[SpinoffBabies aged-down to pre-teens]] and placed in a new continuity, but still solved supernatural themed mysteries in which the MonsterOfTheWeek turned out to be some crook in a mask.

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'''''A ''A Pup Named Scooby-Doo''''' Scooby-Doo'' is one of the more ambitious additions to the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' franchise, airing from September 1988 to August 1991 for 30 episodes. In it, Mystery Inc. (here called "The Scooby Doo Detective Agency") are [[SpinoffBabies aged-down to pre-teens]] and placed in a new continuity, but still solved supernatural themed mysteries in which the MonsterOfTheWeek turned out to be some crook in a mask.
5th Nov '16 7:42:15 AM Ccook1956
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Notable for it's DenserAndWackier humor which bordered on outright self-parody, poking fun at all of the tropes and clichés from the previous inceptions of the characters, the most notable being the constant use of a RedHerring foil, seen here OncePerEpisode in the form of a rotten kid named... [[MeaningfulName Red Herring]]. This was accompanied by appropriately broader designs and [[DerangedAnimation over-the-top cartoon animation]] which made the original show's already LimitedAnimation [[AnimationBump look like still photos by comparison]].

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Notable for it's its DenserAndWackier humor which bordered on outright self-parody, poking fun at all of the tropes and clichés from the previous inceptions of the characters, the most notable being the constant use of a RedHerring foil, seen here OncePerEpisode in the form of a rotten kid named... [[MeaningfulName Red Herring]]. This was accompanied by appropriately broader designs and [[DerangedAnimation over-the-top cartoon animation]] which made the original show's already LimitedAnimation [[AnimationBump look like still photos by comparison]].
22nd Oct '16 9:55:50 PM NWolfman
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Notable for it's DenserAndWackier humor which bordered on outright self-parody, poking fun at all of the tropes and clichés from the previous inceptions of the characters, accompanied by appropriately broader designs and [[DerangedAnimation over-the-top cartoon animation which made the original show's already LimitedAnimation [[AnimationBump look like still photos by comparison]].

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Notable for it's DenserAndWackier humor which bordered on outright self-parody, poking fun at all of the tropes and clichés from the previous inceptions of the characters, the most notable being the constant use of a RedHerring foil, seen here OncePerEpisode in the form of a rotten kid named... [[MeaningfulName Red Herring]]. This was accompanied by appropriately broader designs and [[DerangedAnimation over-the-top cartoon animation animation]] which made the original show's already LimitedAnimation [[AnimationBump look like still photos by comparison]].
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