- Alternate Character Interpretation: While often it seems quite wise of Shaggy and Scooby to pull him away from the Monster, (As indicated in "Long John Scrappy") there are other times Scrappy does show a capability of taking care of the monster, (Such as in "South Seas Scare" and in "Mummy's The Word"), and taking into account his disproportionate strength and something Shaggy told Daphne at the end of "When You Wish Upon A Star Creature", though due to the fact of his companions holding him back, 90% of the time, we don't see enough of him in action to really come to any definite conclusions.
- Accidental Innuendo: "Let's have it, boys." The tone does not help at all.
- Bizarro Episode: Identical strangers, aliens, Animated Inanimate Objects, are all things that have appeared on occasion throughout the shorts, but "Punk Rock Scooby" takes it up a notch by combining all above tropes and ending it off with a Big-Lipped Alligator Moment.
- Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: The two englishmen in "Bungle In The Jungle". We never see them again, and they don't really contribute to the plot that much. It doesn't stop it from being hilarious, but it comes completely out of left field.
- Fridge Brilliance: In "The Old Cat And Mouse Game", Scrappy immediately wanting to fight the (then) harmless cat unprovoked seems like Flanderization, until you remember that dogs hate cats, and Scrappy's doing what any dog would do!
- Harsher in Hindsight: In "Runaway Scrappy", Scrappy feels dejected and begins to feel that nobody wants him and actually breaks down crying, becoming a woobie. Years later, Scrappy's fears became true.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: Scooby-Doo 2000 has the three going into the future, where Scrappy finds a rocket powered skateboard. Come 2008...
- Narm Charm: It's a very silly series, but that's what makes it so much fun.
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