Shout Out: What's New, Scooby-Doo?
NOTE: Shout out examples under here are specifically for What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Certain shout outs for The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
Certain shout outs for A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
Certain shout outs for Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
Certain shout outs for the direct-to-videos
Certain shout outs for the rest of the Scooby-Doo franchise
"There's No Creature Like Snow Creature"
"It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine"
"Riva Ras Regas"
"Safari, So Goodi!"
"A Scooby-Doo! Christmas"
"Space Ape at the Cape"
"Toy Scary Boo"
- Stage magician Mr. Wacky Pants bears a striking similarity to Rip Taylor, who also voices him.
"Lights! Camera! Mayhem!"
- When (almost) nobody is around, toys come to life.
- The episode title was probably meant to sound like Toy Story 2.
- Security guard Walter Claphammer's voice and face bears an uncanny resemblance to Don Knotts.
- The plot for fictional movie 'The Modern' has it being taken place in a fax machine.
"Ready to Scare"
"Pompeii and Circumstances"
"Big Appetite in Little Tokyo"
"The Fast and the Wormiest"
"The Vampire Strikes Back"
"A Scooby-Doo Halloween"
"High-Tech House of Horrors"
"The San Franpsycho"
"Recipe for Disaster"
- Wrestling move "Malachi Crunch" comes from the Malachi Brothers in demolition derby where they'd get an opponent between their cars and ram into it.
- Masked wrestler Sparrow Man is a parody of Birdman and Hawkman with his bird mask.
"New Mexico, Old Monster"
"It's All Greek to Scooby"
- There are homages to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The gang wins a tour of the factory as a result of winning a contest, Earnest Baily wears a top hat like Willy Wonka, Scooby and Shaggy want to drink from a flowing river of food and are sucked up a pipe like Augustus Gloop, Both Shaggy and Scooby are nearly pulled into a fan like Charlie Bucket, Shaggy and Scooby are nearly fed to an incinerator like Veruca Salt, Shaggy and Scooby become so full that become round and have to be rolled like Violet Beauregarde, a giant-size product package catches the monster like the one in the room that tempts Mike Teavee, and a glass elevator goes up into the air like in its sequel.
"Go West, Young Scoob"
- In order to scare the centaur, Shaggy, Scooby, Fred, Daphne and Velma dress up as a Cyclops, Cerberus, a minotaur, Medusa and a gorgon, respectively.
- The titled episode is based on the quote "but, for my own part, it was Greek to me" from a play by William Shakespeare.
"A Scooby-Doo Valentine"
"Simple Plan and the Invisible Madmen"
- Episode was probably inspired by Westworld.
- Sherriff John Lawman acts and speaks like John Wayne.
"Uncle Scooby and Antartica"
"Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters"
"Farmed and Dangerous"
"Diamonds are a Ghoul's Best Friend"
- The invisible madmen are like The Invisible Man.
- Gibby Norton, who also appears in "The Fast and the Wormious" and "Go West, Young Scoob" sounds like Mandark, not to mention both are madly in love with someone who doesn't return the feelings.
"A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Clown"
- Episode title is a pun on "diamonds are a girl's best friend."
- NHL All-Star Brett Hull makes a guest appearance.
- Fred makes a reference to Jaws 2.
"Block Long Hong Kong Terror"
"Big Scare in the Big Easy"
- Episode title is based on E3.
- "The Osomons" is a play on real world game Pokémon.
- "The Gooey-ohs" is a play on real world game Yu-Gi-Oh!.
- The episode song quotes the entire chorus of "Magic Dance," only changing the word "babe" to "man" each time.