“Freddy is happy about the Globetrotters’ plan…


Carl the Animator: “Yup! They’re gonna escape the haunted boat!”


Ted the Animator: “So… during this very positive conversation…”


Ted the Animator: “…why’s he look so dang irritated about it?”

Carl the Animator: “Hey now, don’t begrudge the man his angry eyebrows.”

Know what I love?


How later in this episode…


…their picnic basket very much lacks a padlock…


…despite this earlier scene…


…which, therefor, gives the distinct implication…


Shaggy did it just for the joke, and immediately took the lock off agai–…


…and… um… invested in a good neck-stretching machine?

Maybe he borrowed one from Arnold Rimmer’s dad!

“Phew! Just finished painting the pier backgro…

Carl the Animator: “Awesome!”


Carl the Animator: “I’ll start the zoom-in towards the sign.”

Ted the Animator: “Wait wait wait, that miiiight not be the best id–”


Carl the Animator: “Oh.”

Ted the Animator: “Yeah…”


Ted the Animator: “…the level of detail wasn’t exactly expecting a closeup.”

Carl the Animator: “Ehh, it’s all good. Blurry TVs and all that.”

Ted the Animator: “Actually, the bottom is meant to be round, too, isn’t it….”


Carl the Animator: “The real closeup fixes it! No one’s gonna notice that random stuff. ”

Ted the Animator: “Stuff like how you can just barely tell the sign is floating?”

Carl the Animator:Exactly.


Ted the Animator: “Meh. At least we can forget it all once the boat leaves.”

Carl the Animator: “…speaking of forgetting, uh… where’s the sign?”

Ted the Animator: “Dang it!”


Ted the Animator: “Ok, let’s finally get this right. The bad guy grabs it.”

Carl the Animator: “Bingo!”

Ted the Animator: “White sign. Red text.”


Ted the Animator: “Rounded base, long and thin pole. We got this?”

Carl the Animator: “Heck yeah. Continuity for days!”

*10 minutes later*


Ted the Animator: “Perfect! I’m seriously impressed. Gonna paint the wide shot now?”

Carl the Animator: “Yup. You can chill.”

*20 minutes later*


Ted the Animator: “…”

Carl the Animator: “What?”

Ted the Animator: “Oh goodness.”


Carl the Animator: “To be fair, though, I only got four out of four things wrong. I didn’t add anything new.

Ted the Animator: “This is why we can’t have nice things, Carl.”

As ‘90s nostalgia grows and grows…

…let us not forget that all the way back in ‘72… 


Scooby-Doo had green slime long before Nickelodeon.

Granted, they didn’t drop it on anyone’s heads, but some innovations simply needed the ‘90s to come to fruition. 

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