Deleted Scenes: Like the stupid Scooby using "Scooby logic" (whatever that is) to die.
Scooby-Doo: [pretends to have a heart attack]
Mondavarious: Stop it, Scooby. It didn't work the first 33 times you did it.
Scooby-Doo: I'm dead, I tell you!
Mondavarious: Then why are you talking?
- Fred, Velma and Daphne have flashbacks. Well, originally. Fred wrote a book named "Fred on Fred: The Many Faces of Me", which was a really bad seller. Velma was working at NASA.
NASA member: "When did you feel these feelings of... self-despair?"
NASA guy: "Oh, and Daphne! That chick is SO HOT!"
NASA member: "I don't remember a 'Thelma'."
- All quotes from NASA... And Daphne learned karate... well, kind of.
Daphne: [gets stuck in a tree] My butt! Is stuck! In a tree!
Karate teacher: Dude, that chick is hopeless!
Velma: I'm just getting my groove on!
- And the deleted animated opening, and Velma's song; when Mondavarious says that:
She knows that Bloody Scars are not alcoholic, doesn't she?
The Other Darrin: Considering this is a franchise that's been around for more than 40 years at this point, it's understandable that most characters have had many voice actors. The only cast member to stay consistent throughout the whole series is Fred (since 1969, the only time Frank Welker hasn't played Fred was in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo).
- And finally a scene where Daphne's soul is extracted from her body and a demon possesses her.
- The full complement of voice actors throughout the Scooby-Doo animated timeline:
: Frank Welker
(1969-present), Carl Stevens ("A Pup Named Scooby-Doo")
Nicole Jaffe (1969-74, 2002-03 DTV films), Patricia Stevens (1976-79), Marla Frumkin (1979-80, 1984), BJ Ward
(1997-01), Mindy Cohn (2002-present), Christina Lange (A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
Stefaniana Christopherson (1969), Heather North (1970-85, 1997, 2002-03 DTV films), Mary Kay Bergman
(1998-2000), Grey DeLisle
(2001-present), Kellie Martin (A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
- Mostly averted in Brazil, with only Fred not having his original actor as of What's New…, basically the inverse of English. While the other teens' actors are now in their 70s (Scooby's in his 90s), Fred's new voice actor is in his early 30s, and he sounds believably like a teenager.