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21st May '16 4:26:58 PM Megachamp
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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining]].

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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Coral Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's actually '''not''' actually the main antagonist, antagonist in disguise, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that is indeed real. In fact, the only reason it even attacks was just disturbed by due to the real big bad's mining]].Big Bad mining through it's home]].
21st May '16 4:14:19 PM Megachamp
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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]

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** ''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster Monster. [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]mining]].
*AttackOFTheKillerWhatever: Of all things, the '''Mystery Machine''' invokes this trope in ''It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine''.
21st May '16 4:11:47 PM Megachamp
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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Occasionally episodes have this trope as MonsterOfTheWeek, however, it's more prominent ''Big Appetite in Little Tokyo'' where '''Shaggy''' ends up becoming a Godzilla-expy.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Occasionally episodes have this trope as MonsterOfTheWeek, however, it's more prominent MonsterOfTheWeek:
**''The Fast and the Wormius'' has a giant Sand Worm.
** The monster in
''Big Appetite in Little Tokyo'' where '''Shaggy''' ends up becoming is "Shag-Zilla", a Godzilla-expy.Godzilla-fied '''Shaggy'''.
**''Large Dragon at Large'' has, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a large dragon at large]].
**''New Mexico, Old Monster'' has a gigantic eagle-like bird as it's monster.
**''A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown'' Features a gigantic metallic clown. Also counts as a villainous example of a HumongousMecha.
**''Block-Long Hong Kong Terror'' also features a dragon, this time a Chinese one.
**''Reef Grief!'' Features a giant Reef-based Monster [[spoiler: Though in a surprising twist, it's '''not''' actually the main antagonist, and simply just an innocent (albeit monstrous) sea creature that was just disturbed by the real big bad's mining.]]
21st May '16 3:54:13 PM Megachamp
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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Occasionally episodes have this trope as MonsterOfTheWeek, however, it's more prominent ''Big Appetite in Little Tokyo'' where '''Shaggy''' ends up becoming a Godzilla-expy.
14th May '16 9:52:00 AM nombretomado
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* ArtShift: In contrast to the usual Creator/HannaBarbera style, the characters are redesigned in Warner Bros. Animation's typical "house" style of the time for this series (resembling a show produced by Adelaide Productions, such as ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' and ''JackieChanAdventures''). It hits some characters more strongly than others, like Velma's totally redesigned body shape.

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* ArtShift: In contrast to the usual Creator/HannaBarbera style, the characters are redesigned in Warner Bros. Animation's typical "house" style of the time for this series (resembling a show produced by Adelaide Productions, such as ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack'' and ''JackieChanAdventures'').''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''). It hits some characters more strongly than others, like Velma's totally redesigned body shape.
9th Mar '16 4:51:50 PM nightsong112
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* LosingaShoeintheStruggle: This happens to Daphne three times. First time she loses a shoe in E-Scream, then in Big Scare in the Big Easy and finally in Recipe for Disaster.

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* LosingaShoeintheStruggle: LosingAShoeInTheStruggle: This happens to Daphne three times. First time she loses a shoe in E-Scream, then in Big Scare in the Big Easy and finally in Recipe for Disaster.
8th Feb '16 6:12:59 PM thecarolinabull01
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* AgeLift: In the original series the characters were teenagers, with Velma being the youngest at fifteen. Here they all seem to be in their twenties.

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* AgeLift: In the original series the characters were teenagers, with Velma being the youngest at fifteen. Here they all seem to be in their late teens to early twenties.
7th Jan '16 9:17:12 AM luiz4200
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* AlphabeitcalThemeNaming: The Dinwittie siblings Andy, Mandy and Randy.

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* AlphabeitcalThemeNaming: AlphabeticalThemeNaming: The Dinwittie siblings Andy, Mandy and Randy.
7th Jan '16 9:16:21 AM luiz4200
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* AlphabeitcalThemeNaming: The Dinwittie siblings Andy, Mandy and Randy.
7th Jan '16 8:56:26 AM luiz4200
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* StageMom: Susan Dinwittie. She's more concerned with making her FormerChildStar kids Andy and Mandy famous again than they are and neglects her other son Randy. [[spoiler:Once it's revealed she made their former van seem haunted as a publicity stunt, Andy and Mandy decide they're happy as has-beens.]]


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* TheUnfavorite: Randy Dinwittie. His mother only cares about making his siblings Andy and Mandy [[FormerChildStar famous again]] and his accomplishments mean nothing to her except when she can use his skills to improve Andy and Mandy's career [[spoiler:no matter if it's by hook or by crook]].
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