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  • Fred and Daphne's extended conversation in the desert from "Ghastly Ghost Town", bordering on the sexist:
    Fred: This desert reminds me of a woman.
    Daphne: Why's that?
    Fred: It goes on, and on, and on.
    Daphne: Men.
    Fred: C'mon, Daph. Where's your sense of humor?
    Daphne: It shriveled up in this heat. Besides, I'm worried about getting lost out here. All this desert looks alike.
    Fred: No problem, we'll just follow our footprints back to town.
    Daphne: That's a groovy idea, except for one thing.
    Fred: What's that?
    Daphne: There are no footprints.
    Fred: They're gone!
    Fred: What could've happened to them?
    Fred: Very funny.
    Daphne: Now who's lost their sense of humor?

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  • "Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner?": Don Knotts complimenting himself with each costume change.

  • Much of the dialogue from "The Mystery of Haunted Isle" qualifies.
    Meadowlark: If Columbus had this crew, the world would still be flat.

    Shaggy: I'm not sleeping in any old mansion on a haunted island!
    Fred: They probably just named it that to attract the tourists.
    *Geese takes pictures with his camera*
    Geese: Like me? Say cheese, Scooby!
    Scooby: Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-(slaps self) Roquefort!
    Geese: Close enough.

    Shaggy: The statues!
    Curly: What about them, Shag?

  • From "The Exterminator":
    Shaggy: Let's check this suit of armor for moths.
    Scooby: Moths?
    Shaggy: Sure. You've heard of the Iron Butterfly, right?
    Scooby: Yeah...
    Shaggy: Maybe they've got iron moths.
    Scooby: Oh, brother.
    • Don Adams focuses on his work, while Scooby struggles to swim in a pool.
      Don Adams: This case goes deeper than I thought...
      Scooby: Yeah, 'bout 9 feet!

  • From, "The Haunted Carnival":
    Daphne: If this place is haunted, why are you staying here?
    Dick Van Dyke: As the Van Dykes say, "The show must go on!"
    Shaggy: As the Van Shaggys say, "The customer must get going!"
    Scooby: And we're in a hurry, hurry, hurry!
    • And later in the episode:
      Dick Van Dyke: I'm not a coward. Why, I don't even know the meaning of the word!
      Shaggy: Sit down; I'll tell you.
    • In fact, this episode is filled with good quips from Shaggy.

  • There are some moments in "The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair" that are worth mentioning:
    • When Shaggy asks Batman whether they can have a snack at the Batcave, Batman answers that everyone will get bat-milk and cookies. Shaggy replies by asking, "Bat-milk?" in a surprised way.
      • Fridge Brilliance (or at least Fridge Humor) when one realizes that bats are mammals and could theoretically be milked.note 
    • When Daphne asks the Joker whether he knows Mrs. Baker, the Clown Prince of Crime responds by doing a Your Mom joke on Scooby!
    • Scooby pretending to drive the Batmobile.

  • From "The Ghostly Creep From The Deep" (with the Harlem Globetrotters) after Meadowlark tricks Curly into taking the first watch:
    Curly: Sometimes I wish Meadowlark would learn to keep my big mouth shut!


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