History YMMV / WhatsNewScoobyDoo

16th Apr '18 7:53:55 AM TheCoolKat1995
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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, new-millenium modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred) [[spoiler: as well as tossing out the character development of the side characters through a ResetButton in the GrandFinale]].

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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, new-millenium modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred) [[spoiler: as well as tossing out the character development of all the side characters through a ResetButton in the GrandFinale]].
16th Apr '18 7:51:57 AM TheCoolKat1995
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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, new-millenium modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred).

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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, new-millenium modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred).Fred) [[spoiler: as well as tossing out the character development of the side characters through a ResetButton in the GrandFinale]].
12th Dec '17 12:34:41 PM Homemaderat
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* ItsTheSameNowItSucks: To some, the return to the previous formula was fine, but it's the fact that the only thing that was different was the overt lampshade hanging and certain mannerisms of the gang. It was regarded nice returning to the formula, but doing little variation with it was something of a major problem for some.



** ItsTheSameNowItSucks: To some, the return to the previous formula was fine, but it's the fact that the only thing that was different was the overt lampshade hanging and certain mannerisms of the gang. It was regarded nice returning to the formula, but doing little variation with it was something of a major problem for some.



* WereStillRelevantDammit: This series features quite a bit of it, such as heavy enforcing of [[TechnologyMarchesOn the latest technology of the time]], parodies of popular movies and reality TV shows of the time, pop and rock music of the time being featured, and simply trying to be "hip" and "up to date."
** In particular, one episode featured a guest appearance from obscure pop singer [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindsay_Pagano Lindsay Pagano]], who at the time was an up-and-coming singer associated with Warner Bros.[[note]]namely, she appeared in multiple ads for [=AOL=] and her most well-known song "Everything U R" was initially the theme song to the short-lived [[Creator/TheWB WB]] sitcom ''Maybe It's Me'')[[/note]] but quickly fell into obscurity outside of reappearing on ''Series/TheVoice''.

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* WereStillRelevantDammit: This series features quite a bit of it, such as heavy enforcing of [[TechnologyMarchesOn the latest technology of the time]], parodies of popular movies and reality TV shows of the time, pop and rock music of the time being featured, and simply trying to be "hip" and "up to date."
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In particular, one episode featured a guest appearance from obscure pop singer [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindsay_Pagano Lindsay Pagano]], who at the time was an up-and-coming singer associated with Warner Bros.[[note]]namely, she appeared in multiple ads for [=AOL=] and her most well-known song "Everything U R" was initially the theme song to the short-lived [[Creator/TheWB WB]] sitcom ''Maybe It's Me'')[[/note]] but quickly fell into obscurity outside of reappearing on ''Series/TheVoice''.
21st Jun '17 3:12:51 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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** In particular, one episode featured a guest appearance from obscure pop singer [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindsay_Pagano Lindsay Pagano]], who at the time was an up-and-coming singer associated with Warner Bros.[[note]]namely, she appeared in multiple ads for [=AOL=] and her most well-known song "Everything U R" was initially the theme song to the short-lived [[Creator/TheWB WB]] sitcom ''Maybe It's Me'')[[/note]] but quickly fell into obscurity outside of reappearing on ''Series/TheVoice''.
12th May '17 12:46:36 PM BatmanKalEl
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Mindy Cohn received an Emmy nomination for voicing Velma.
1st Mar '17 4:49:19 PM WileK209
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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, early 2000s modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred).

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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, early 2000s new-millenium modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters (especially Velma and Fred).


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* WereStillRelevantDammit: This series features quite a bit of it, such as heavy enforcing of [[TechnologyMarchesOn the latest technology of the time]], parodies of popular movies and reality TV shows of the time, pop and rock music of the time being featured, and simply trying to be "hip" and "up to date."
7th Dec '16 6:29:35 AM Ccook1956
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: Mindy Cohn received an Emmy nomination for voicing Velma.
10th Aug '16 5:11:38 PM Anddrix
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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, early 2000s modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters ([[BaseBreaker especially Velma and Fred]]).

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* FandomRivalry: With ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, early 2000s modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters ([[BaseBreaker especially (especially Velma and Fred]]).Fred).
11th Jun '16 11:55:20 AM BatmanKalEl
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* FridgeBrilliance: In ''Fright House of a Lighthouse'', the Creepy Keeper is attracted to Scooby in his mermaid disguise, which doesn't seem to make sense when the ghost turns out to be the female Verona Dempsey. Then you realize that it's a joke - Verona is an {{Expy}} of Velma, and it's long been rumored that Velma is a lesbian.
30th Dec '15 2:43:37 AM TitoMosquito
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* FandomRivalry: With WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated. They're two popular, early 2000s modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters ([[BaseBreaker especially Velma and Fred]]).

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* FandomRivalry: With WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated.''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated''. They're two popular, early 2000s modernizations of the series on two polar sides: "What's New" keeps things mostly traditional and more true to real life, while "Mystery Inc" vastly reworks the personalities, designs, and general series. Obviously the debate mostly revolves around the former being bland and boring or the latter ruining the characters ([[BaseBreaker especially Velma and Fred]]).


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* HilariousInHindsight: In the teaser of "Toy Scary Boo", the "living" Spaceman Swinton dolls build a long ladder out of building bricks resembling Franchise/{{LEGO}}, which now have Scooby-Doo sets.
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