History WesternAnimation / ScoobyDooMeetsTheBooBrothers

15th Dec '16 11:40:37 AM fruitstripegum
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** ThrowTheDogABone: Shaggy lets Farquad keep a diamond he stole from Scrappy, if only because that way he won't think about the riddle they have. Farquad later serves them a nice dinner at the end, presumably appeased.

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** * ThrowTheDogABone: Shaggy lets Farquad keep a diamond he stole from Scrappy, if only because that way he won't think about the riddle they have. Farquad later serves them a nice dinner at the end, presumably appeased.
15th Dec '16 11:40:37 AM fruitstripegum
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15th Nov '16 2:29:04 PM CorahsUncle
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* AStronglyWordedLetter: Sheriff Buzby's reaction to Billy Bob's RecklessGunUsage shooting off the belt to his pants (But doing no damage, aside from causing his pants to drop), is to threaten to write the hillbilly a citation.



* ScoobyDooHoax: It turns out that the 'ghosts' scaring Scooby and company were the result of one of these. Shaggy begins to suspect as much when they find trapdoors and such all over the plantation grounds.

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* ScoobyDooHoax: It turns out that the 'ghosts' scaring Scooby and company were the result of one of these. Shaggy begins to suspect as much when they find trapdoors trap doors and such all over the plantation grounds.



* TheStarscream: Farquad, who while he doesn't make any attempts on Shaggy himself, shows no real concern for Shaggy's welfare and giddily enjoys the prospect of his leaving. He makes it quite clear that he doesn't enjoy being left out of the will after working for 60-odd years.
* StronglyWordedLetter: Sheriff Buzby's reaction to Billy Bob's RecklessGunUsage shooting off the belt to his pants (but doing no damage, aside from causing the sheriff's pants to drop) is to threaten to write the hillbilly a citation.



* TheStarscream: Farquard, who while he doesn't make any attempts on Shaggy himself, shows no real concern for Shaggy's welfare and giddily enjoys the prospect of his leaving. He makes it quite clear that he doesn't enjoy being left out of the will after working for sixty-odd years.
** ThrowTheDogABone: Shaggy lets him keep a diamond he stole from Scrappy, if only because that way he won't think about the riddle they have. Farquard later serves them a nice dinner at the end, presumably appeased.
* TriggerHappy: Billy Bob Scroggins' first reaction to finding out that Shaggy's "Kin folk to the Beauregards, who us Scroggins' have been a-feudin' with for over a hundred and forty-five years" is to try to shoot him, and continues to do so throughout the course of the special. Thankfully his sister won't let him succeed.
* VerbalTic: Shrieko's 'Nyuk nyuk' which doubles as a ShoutOut to ''Film/TheThreeStooges''.

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* TheStarscream: Farquard, who while he doesn't make any attempts on Shaggy himself, shows no real concern for Shaggy's welfare and giddily enjoys the prospect of his leaving. He makes it quite clear that he doesn't enjoy being left out of the will after working for sixty-odd years.
** ThrowTheDogABone: Shaggy lets him Farquad keep a diamond he stole from Scrappy, if only because that way he won't think about the riddle they have. Farquard Farquad later serves them a nice dinner at the end, presumably appeased.
* TriggerHappy: Billy Bob Scroggins' first reaction to finding out that Shaggy's "Kin Shaggy is "kin folk to the Beauregards, who us Scroggins' have been a-feudin' with for over a hundred and forty-five 145 years" is to try to shoot him, and continues to do so throughout the course of the special. Thankfully Thankfully, his sister won't let him succeed.
* VerbalTic: Shrieko's 'Nyuk nyuk' nyuk', which doubles as a ShoutOut to ''Film/TheThreeStooges''.



-->"What's updoc?"
-->"Nothing! What's up with you?"
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: While the gorilla and Farquad storylines are resolved, Billy-Bob and Sadie Mae just vanish altogether after the well.
** A Wolf also appears during the beginning of the movie, but disappears shortly afterwards. It may have been robotic like the Headless Horsemen's Horse though.

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-->"What's updoc?"
-->"Nothing!
-->'''Freako:''' What's updoc?
-->'''Shrieko:''' Nothing!
What's up with you?"
you?
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: While the gorilla and Farquad storylines are resolved, Billy-Bob Billy Bob and Sadie Mae just vanish altogether after the well.
** A Wolf wolf also appears during the beginning of the movie, but disappears shortly afterwards. It may have been robotic like the Headless Horsemen's Horse horse, though.



* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Though this could be said of many villains in the Scooby Doo franchise, in this film, its actually zig-zagged. [[spoiler: The main villain is impersonating a cop for the duration of the film, and is carrying a weapon, but doesn't ever just shoot Shaggy and his dogs. Why? Because it would draw unnecessary attention, and, later on, he uses Shaggy to locate Beauregard's treasure. However, when Shaggy and the others do attempt to (uncharacteristically bravely) stop the villain at his moment of triumph, he ''does'' pull a gun on them as he doesn't need them anymore. Luckily, he is stopped by his own carelessness.]]

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* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Though this could be said of many villains in the Scooby Doo Scooby-Doo franchise, in this film, its actually zig-zagged. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The main villain is impersonating a cop for the duration of the film, and is carrying a weapon, but doesn't ever just shoot Shaggy and his dogs. Why? Because it would draw unnecessary attention, and, later on, and later, he uses Shaggy to locate find Beauregard's treasure. However, when Shaggy and the others do attempt to (uncharacteristically bravely) stop the villain at his moment of triumph, he ''does'' pull a gun on them as he doesn't need them anymore. Luckily, he is stopped by his own carelessness.]]
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15th Nov '16 2:13:15 PM cybertoy0
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* AStronglyWordedLetter: Sheriff Buzby's reaction to Billy Bob's RecklessGunUsage shooting off the belt to his pants (But doing no damage, aside from causing his pants to drop), is to threaten to write the hillbilly a citation.
2nd Nov '16 10:46:35 AM Pamina
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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Sadie May Scroggins. She's a perfectly pretty scantily clad blonde with long legs and a beautiful figure. She makes sure her brother doesn't shoot Shaggy, but she comes on so strong that Shaggy is soon more scared of ''her'' than the ghosts.

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Sadie May Scroggins. She's a perfectly pretty scantily clad blonde with long legs and a beautiful figure. She figure, and she makes sure her brother doesn't shoot Shaggy, but she comes on so strong that Shaggy is soon more scared of ''her'' than the ghosts.
2nd Nov '16 9:41:15 AM Unversed333
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* CoveredInKisses: Averted: A recurring gag in the film involves Sadie pulling Shaggy off-screen and kissing him repeatedly. However, due to be a hillbilly, she lacks the lipstick needed for this to work.
26th Oct '16 10:17:03 PM foxley
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* SillySpook: The Boo Brothers, who come across as a ghostly version of the Three Stooges.
22nd Sep '16 10:15:33 AM GhostHouse
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''Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers'' is a television special produced 1988 by Creator/HannaBarbera for the ''Superstars 10'' series. ScoobyDoo, Shaggy and [[TheScrappy Scrappy-Doo]] head down south to the Beauregard Mansion. The owner of the plantation, Colonel Beauregard, has passed away, and left everything to Shaggy. There, they learn that hidden somewhere on the property is a 'king's ransom' worth of treasures. However, like all old houses, the estate is haunted! Scrappy decides to hire some ghost exterminators. What our heroes get are the Boo Brothers: StraightMan Freako, wise-cracking Shrieko, and the aptly named Meeko.

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''Scooby-Doo Meets the Boo Brothers'' is a television special produced 1988 by Creator/HannaBarbera for the ''Superstars 10'' series. ScoobyDoo, Shaggy and [[TheScrappy Scrappy-Doo]] Scrappy-Doo head down south to the Beauregard Mansion. The owner of the plantation, Colonel Beauregard, has passed away, and left everything to Shaggy. There, they learn that hidden somewhere on the property is a 'king's ransom' worth of treasures. However, like all old houses, the estate is haunted! Scrappy decides to hire some ghost exterminators. What our heroes get are the Boo Brothers: StraightMan Freako, wise-cracking Shrieko, and the aptly named Meeko.
26th Jan '16 9:59:02 PM DuelMark
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* {{Kissgusting}}: Shaggy exclaims "Like yuck!" when Sadie Mae kisses him off screen.
22nd Jan '16 9:37:07 PM DuelMark
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* ForcefulKiss: Sadie Mae does this to Shaggy at least twice in the movie. Granted, because it's a kid's film, we never see lip contact. Shaggy's "Like yuck!" response suggests so.


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* {{Kissgusting}}: Shaggy exclaims "Like yuck!" when Sadie Mae kisses him off screen.


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* MySisterIsOffLimits: Billy Bob doesn't want Shaggy anywhere near his overly affectionate sister, giving him another reason to try and shoot him.
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