History WesternAnimation / WhatsNewScoobyDoo

26th Mar '17 3:44:25 PM WileK209
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* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Most of the human characters are drawn quite realistically (in Warner's typical "house" animation style of the time), and even Fred, Daphne and Velma had been redesigned a bit to fit with the show's art style (Velma noticeably [[AdaptationalAttractiveness got slimmer and more shapely]].) But Shaggy still retained his classic semi-cartoonish design (albeit with eye sclera now), and the cartoony Scooby-Doo still stuck out from the rest of the realistically-drawn animals in the series.
13th Mar '17 5:54:54 PM DemonSharkKisame
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-->'''Velma:''' [[UnnecessaryMakeover I feel like I'm wearing ten pounds of makeup]] and...

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-->'''Velma:''' [[UnnecessaryMakeover I feel like I'm wearing ten pounds of makeup]] and these shoes are so tight and...
1st Mar '17 4:48:07 PM WileK209
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27th Jan '17 10:00:45 PM thecarolinabull01
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The ninth incarnation of ''ScoobyDoo'', the show lasted for three seasons from 2002 to 2005. It is very similar to the first Scooby Doo cartoon show, ''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'', in many respects, but has been updated with more modern technology[[note]]... Well, ''[[UnintentionalPeriodPiece then]]'' [[TechnologyMarchesOn modern technology]][[/note]] and is usually more realistic than the older Scooby Doo cartoon shows. It also parodies many conventions of the older series.

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The ninth incarnation of ''ScoobyDoo'', the show lasted for three seasons from 2002 to 2005.2006. It is very similar to the first Scooby Doo cartoon show, ''Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!'', in many respects, but has been updated with more modern technology[[note]]... Well, ''[[UnintentionalPeriodPiece then]]'' [[TechnologyMarchesOn modern technology]][[/note]] and is usually more realistic than the older Scooby Doo cartoon shows. It also parodies many conventions of the older series.
14th Dec '16 9:18:31 PM WileK209
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* BigStormEpisode: ''The Vampire Strikes Back''.
11th Dec '16 6:01:09 PM WileK209
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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: "Camp Comeoniwannascareya" does not feature the entire gang; only Shaggy and Scooby as camp counselors to a group of children, whom team up to solve the mystery.



* DemotedToExtra: Scooby-Doo himself, in most cases, and sometimes Shaggy. Typically the show would shift focus onto Fred, Daphne and Velma, but one major exception was the episode '"Camp Comeoniniwannascareya", which did ''not'' feature Fred, Velma or Daphne at all; it just featured Shaggy and Scooby-Doo as the main characters.

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* DemotedToExtra: Scooby-Doo himself, in most cases, and sometimes Shaggy. Typically the show would shift focus onto Fred, Daphne and Velma, but one major exception was the episode '"Camp Comeoniniwannascareya", Comeoniwannascareya", which did ''not'' feature Fred, Velma or Daphne at all; it just featured Shaggy and Scooby-Doo as the main characters.



* LatexPerfection: Typically avoided in this series in favor of the villains using makeup, animatronics, holograms, etc. Though there are a few exceptions in this series, such as in the intro, and in "A Scooby-Doo Valentine" when the gang is framed by rubber-masked impostors, and Scooby is unmasked (as seen in the trope page) to reveal [[spoiler:J.C. Chasez of Music/{{NSYNC}}]]!

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* LatexPerfection: Typically avoided in this series in favor of the villains using makeup, animatronics, holograms, etc. Though there are a few exceptions in this series, such as in the intro, and in "A Scooby-Doo Valentine" when the gang is framed by rubber-masked impostors, and Scooby is unmasked (as seen in the trope page) to reveal [[spoiler:J.C. Chasez of Music/{{NSYNC}}]]!



* SelfParody: Nearly the ''entire show'' is like this, perhaps even more than its' predecessor ''WesternAnimation/APupNamedScoobyDoo''.



* YouMeddlingKids: Parodied in nearly every episode as well; instances include having twin villains say it in unison (in "The Vampire Strikes Back") and a young kid calling the gang "meddling grownups" (in "Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters"), and in "Gold Paw", the villain refers to them as "interloping adolescents". And the villain of "There's no Business Like Snow Business" called them "meddling teenagers".

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* YouMeddlingKids: Parodied in nearly every episode as well; instances include having twin villains say it in unison (in "The Vampire Strikes Back") and a young kid calling the gang "meddling grownups" (in "Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters"), and in "Gold Paw", the another villain refers referring to them as "interloping adolescents". And the villain of adolescents" before [[LampshadeHanging Velma corrects him]] (in "There's no Business Like Snow Business" Business"), another villain has called them "meddling teenagers".teenagers", etc.
9th Dec '16 6:20:49 AM darkchiefy
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* MiniGolfEpisode: The episode "A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Clown" features Shaggy competing in a competition at "Putt Putt Paradise," a mini-golf course haunted by a clown-shaped course obstacle that seemingly comes to life an attacks the mini-golfers.
8th Dec '16 4:40:21 PM themisterfree
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* SheCleansUpNicely: When Velma gets shoved inside a makeover machine by Daphne. Parodied slightly in her reaction.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: When Velma gets [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1huh81_velma-s-hot_creation shoved inside a makeover machine by Daphne.Daphne]]. Parodied slightly in her reaction.



-->'''Velma:''' 'Wow, I'm hot!

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-->'''Velma:''' 'Wow, Wow, I'm hot!
4th Dec '16 7:25:51 PM Kadorhal
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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Velma was this to a kid named Elliot Blender, who appeared in two episodes as both a SoreLoser, a RedHerring and an all around JerkAss.

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* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: AlwaysSomeoneBetter:
** One episode introduces a girl named Verona Dempsey who plays this to
Velma (all while being really bitchy to her). [[spoiler:It turns out she's one of the episode's two villains.]]
** Velma herself
was this to a kid named Elliot Blender, who appeared in two episodes as both a SoreLoser, a RedHerring and an all around JerkAss.



* AutomatedAutomobiles: The Mystery Machine in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine'', where it attempts of kill the very people who ride in it multiple times.

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* AutomatedAutomobiles: The Mystery Machine in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine'', where it attempts of multiple times to kill the very people who ride in it multiple times.it.



* TheMinnesotaFats: One episode introduces a girl named Verona Dempsey who plays this to Velma (all while being really bitchy to her). [[spoiler:It turns out she's one of the episode's two villains.]]
15th Oct '16 11:43:16 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Of all things, [[AutomatedAutomobiles '''the Mystery Machine''']] invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.

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** Of all things, [[AutomatedAutomobiles '''the '''[[AutomatedAutomobiles the Mystery Machine''']] Machine]]''' invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.
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