YMMV: The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo

  • Awesome Music: The theme song.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Vincent Van Ghoul. Then again, when you're voiced by Vincent Price
  • Ethnic Scrappy: Flim-Flam is a subversion. He was a Token Minority, but didn't behave in a stereotypical way, but this didn't make him less annoying.
  • Fridge Brilliance: In the last episode when Simbooroo opens the chest three random ghosts come out not from earlier in the series, which is more than likely a cost cutting measure, but earlier in the episode in a throwaway line Vincent mentions they are trailing a ghost that keeps alluding them, and we see in the episode his chief plan is to send other ghosts/zombies after the gang, meaning they were probably his minions they captured prior to the episode.
  • Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: To his haters Scrappy was considerably better received in this series. Then again, that might've had to do with Flim Flam being viewed as worse by those fans.
  • The Scrappy: Flim-Flam is even more of a Scrappy than the trope namer. Most of the show's hate goes to him instead of Scrappy Doo.
  • Ship Tease: Probably the best of the originals to find it in:
    • Daphne is practically wrapping her arm around Shaggy in the opening
    • In To All the Ghouls I Loved Before, Shaggy and Daphne share a long embrace after Daphne is returned to normal. Scooby looks on happily.
    • In Reflections in a Ghoulish Eye Daphne leans on Shaggy to catch her breath after running, the only two characters making contact in that scene
    • In That's Monstertainment, the Scooby gang is all living in the same house.
    • In Scooby in Kwackyland, Shaggy has his arm around Daphne on the raft as Platypus Duck takes the gang up the river.
    • In The Ghouliest Show on Earth, look when Shaggy runs off with Daphne, Mumsie and Dada Doo. His hands look very close to if not on Daphne's rear.