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Mark Hamill will also reprise The Joker.
You can't expect Mark Hamill to be in your show, then have a Batman episode where Kevin Conroy voices Batman and Joker is voiced by someone else like Troy Baker.
  • It's more likely than you think. Justice League Action had a short where Mark Hamill gets kidnapped by the Joker and the Trickster, and Mark Hamill was also doing their voices for that show.
    • Confirmed. He's the suspect in "What a Night for a Dark Knight", disguising himself as Man-Bat.

Place your guesses for other guest stars here.

There will be references to the previous Scooby-Doo shows/movies.
  • Crystal Cove getting mentioned.
  • Shaggy saying he had an alien girlfriend once.
  • Fred mentioning that his dad is/was not a good person.
  • Daphne has several sisters.
  • Velma has a best friend outside of the gang.
  • Fred had a terrible childhood friend.
  • The Gang is friends with a high school classmate who is good with computers and video games.
  • Daphne has an interest in journalism.
  • Fred has an interest in literature and/or writing.
  • Scooby's love life isn't going so well.
  • The Gang has already teamed up with Batman and several other heroes in the past, specifically citing the crossover movie with Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
  • Referencing "Scoobynatural", the Gang finds the notion of real zombies, witchcraft, ghosts, aliens, eldritch abominations, and so on, ridiculous.
    • And Daphne will say at least once that "There are no such thing as ghosts!"
    • Or they'll reference Scoobynatural itself, maybe with a vague mention of a trio of people that savvy viewers will recognize as Sam, Dean, and Cas.
    • Confirmed, the entire gang meets Mudsy, a very real ghost, and are all convinced he's just the product of some really good special effects.
  • It'll be mentioned that there are other mystery-solving groups, referencing the Scooby-Doo clones that Hanna-Barbera made and the predecessors in Mystery Incorporated.
    • This one's confirmed. Other mystery-solving groups are not only mentioned, but shown on-screen in the second episode, with the characters of The Funky Phantom guest starring and the Speed Buggy gang making a cameo.
  • Daphne and Velma went to a different school together before they met Fred, Shaggy, and Scooby.

There will be something special for the franchise's 50th anniversary.

There will be Take Thats towards Scrappy-Doo.

This takes place in the same universe as the '10 DTV movies.
They already had a thing for celebrity guest stars. It makes sense if this trend is something unique-ish to this universe.

The show takes place in the reset universe at the end of Mystery Incorporated.

This takes place in the same universe as Justice League Action.
Rachel Kimsey is reprising her role as Wonder Woman and Kevin Conroy also played as Batman in that version as well. Additionally, Wonder Woman's outfit and weapons are based on her depiction in Justice League Action.

The plot of the Gaffigan episode will involve bacon in some way.
Either that or it will be rife with bacon jokes, since they can't afford the rights to advertise "Hooooooot Pocket" on the show.
  • Jossed. The food-related humor involved burgers and fries due to taking place at a fast food joint.

Episodes will be dedicated to guest stars from The New Scooby-Doo Movies who are no longer with us.

The museum director in "When Urkel-bots Go Bad" is based off Carl Winslow.
The guy is Carl Winslow as a museum director. He is overweight, has a mustache, is very short tempered, and is annoyed at Steve's antics. Also, it looks like he's wearing a police uniform underneath his coat, which could be a homage to Carl.

Most viewers expected Kel Mitchell
to at least be mentioned in the episode featuring Kenan Thompson as a guest star.

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