“… I don’t think I can take this, Carl.”

Carl the Animator: “C’mon, it’s Scooby-Doo meetin’ the Harlem Globetrotters, doesn’t get much better than that!”

Ted the Animator: “Oh no, that part is fun… just… 


Ted the Animator: “…how many times can one script have the entirety of a joke be ‘Curly is bald’?”

Carl the Animator: “Well… one…”


Carl the Animator: “…two…”


Carl the Animator: “…uh, three…”


Carl the Animator: “…fooouuur…”


Carl the Animator: “…five. Five so far.”

Ted the Animator: “…and how far are we into the movie?”

Carl the Animator: “…uhhh…”

Ted the Animator: “…”

Carl the Animator: “…”

Ted the Animator: “…”

Carl the Animator: “…23 minutes.”

Ted the Animator: “Oh, sweet mercy.”

Carl the Animator: “Sure, comedy normally comes in threes, but sometimes three just ain’t enough.”

So, when we last left our poorly-translated he…


Scooby turned “Yuck!” into “Great Britain!”

(Here’s glorious part 1!)

Alas, Shaggy feels rather conflicted about clue-hunting…


…though he’s also… uh… snoding, I guess?

Alternatively, he might be introducing his new D&D character.

The gang wants Scooby to investigate a pipe…


but he’s too thick.

Also, imagine if that was the quote Scooby ended every episode with.

Fred is unsure about yacht locations…


…but– hey now, Shaggy, no need to bring that up!

Give the boats some privacy, gosh.

Someone named Sharkey is mistrustful of rocks…


…and Shaggy gets very excited about caves.

Watch out, Shag, you might run into Tom Baker and an alien snake.

The gang devises a plan to trap the bad guy…


…but unfortunately, the water is going through some emotional distress.

Feeling a little… blue. Get it? Get itttttt? …sorry.

At last, it eventually works, as we learn from… er… 


yet another new character, Sage?

I think the translation robots are just writing their own fanfiction at this point.

Finally, as Fred learns reading the paper…


someone named Teenage Kid solved the mystery for them.

And they would have solved it too, if it wasn’t for that meddling Teenage Kid and his absence of a dog!

And it’s all quite–  

…wait, isn’t there some dialog I missed?


No, no, not Scooby being a different secret, what was– 

Aha! There we go!


Sweet dreams, everybody.

like, zoinks, man

“I’ve been trying to perfect my forced perspec…

Carl the Animator: “Cool, that’s a solid skill and stuff!”

Ted the Animator: “I’m quite proud of how this turned out.”

Carl the Animator: “It’s, uh… it’s nice.”

Ted the Animator: “What’s that tone for?”

Carl the Animator: “Well… this is just a quick, basic conversation shot, right?”

Ted the Animator: “Yeah?”

Carl the Animator: “…so why did it need an – admittedly nice – enormous, distracting forced-perspective hand?”

Ted the Animator: “Oh, sure, when you slack off on stuff everybody’s fine with it, but when *I* class up the place with gigantic hands, it’s a problem.”

“…that statue.”

Carl the Animator: “What ‘bout it?”

Ted the Animator: “Was it… here, go back to the other shot.”

Carl the Animator: “This one?”

Ted the Animator: “No, the second before the gang got there.”

Carl the Animator: “Better here?”

Ted the Animator: “Ah! See, look, it’s not there.

Carl the Animator: “Whoa! You know what this means?!”

Ted the Animator: “You forgot to draw it?”

Carl the Animator: “The house really is haunte– oh, hush, you.”

Some scenes are gifts that keep on giving.

See a ghost comin’ for you?

Legs can strobe…

…dogs teleport away and back before they run…

and you can see the animators’ cel labels in the corner.

Ahh, pause buttons and non-cropping TVs… thank goodness the ‘70s didn’t account for them.

Aha! The Globetrotters found a clue, now they …


It’s a secret passage (with very logical handprints), located right inside the–


…inside the, uh… the clock, right… right, um…


…ok, right nowhere inside the clock.

Dang it, the logical handprints have a cloaking device!

“I don’t get your clock.”

Carl the Animator: “My clock is flawless and above reproach, thank you very much.”


Ted the Animator: “Oh, no, your background art of it is great, don’t get me wrong…”


Ted the Animator: “…it’s just that the cell overlay is a little… y’know…”


Ted the Animator: “…different.

Carl the Animator: “Clocks are free to express themselves in whatever colors they like, mister.”


Ted the Animator: “Like how it gets almost green in the closeup?”

Carl the Animator: “See, I was more distracted…”


Carl the Animator: “…by how you made Shaggy’s neck cut off, and his finger transparent.”

Ted the Animator: “Oh, sorry, see, I was being distracted…”

Ted the Animator: “…by how it turns red, creates the world’s-most-obvious secret passage that wasn’t there before…”

Ted the Animator: “…which, in lieu of a window and rocking chair…”


Ted the Animator: “…you decided to substitute for a statue of a rhinoceros.”

Carl the Animator: “Hey, can you can think of a more-classic secret lever than a magical rhino?”

Ted the Animator: “…”

Carl the Animator: “…”

Ted the Animator: “…literally anything else?”

Carl the Animator: “Sheesh. People just don’t appreciate perissodactyls like they used to.”

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