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<i>Here we are, folks,</i>
<i>on the red carpet at the grand opening...</i>
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<i>... of the Coolsonian Criminology Museum.</i>
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<i>Tonight's premiere exhibit</i>
<i>is a rousing look back...</i>
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<i>... at the exploits of Mystery Incorporated.</i>
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<i>And here they are.</i>
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Folks, this crowd is going crazy
over Mystery Inc.
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Here you go, girls.
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I got an ascot for each of you.
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Hello!
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Check it out! It's a Shag and Scoob quake
and the whole city's shaking!
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Yeah!
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Come on, Scoob.
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Sorry.
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I consider it a privilege, sir.

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- Daphne!
- Don't you two look beautiful. Thank you.
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Daphne! Daphne! Daphne!
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Hi! We love you!
We have you tattooed on our chests! Look!
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That's very sweet.
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Velma! Velma!
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- Sign it, please.
- We love you, Velma.
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Thanks.
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- I love her so much.
- May I have a word...
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...with Coolsville's hottest detectives?
- Absolutely.
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That's your word.
Come on, dear. We're late.
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Heather Jasper-Howe
at the grand opening...
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...of the new Coolsonian
Criminology Museum...
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...with our guests of honor, the master
detectives of Mystery Incorporated.

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Shaggy!
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Right on!
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Hello! Hello!
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With all your success, will you still
have time for us in little old Coolsville?
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Of course little old Coolsville
can solve its problems without us...
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...but we'll always be here to help.
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The people of Coolsville
are the best in the world!
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- Can you tell us a little about the exhibit?
- Absolutely.
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Mystery Inc. is proud to donate
the costumes of criminals we've unmasked.
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- Like The Black Knight Ghost.
- Our very first case.
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The 10,000 Volt Ghost.
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The Skeleton Men,
and even the dreaded Pterodactyl Ghost.
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We've also donated the costumes
of some of our more ridiculous foes.

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Like Chickenstein.
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Can we get a shot of you
next to The Black Night?
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Ridiculous? Obviously she forgot
that dude tried to pluck us.
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- Remember what I told you?
- Never pick your nose in public?
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No, but that's good too.
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- Image is everything.
- Yes! lmage is everything.
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The whole city's watching,
so try and keep a brave face.
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- They're costumes.
- Right.
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She's right, Scoob.
Up close, they look totally fake.
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The Tar Monster scared the locals
of Byzantius away to take their treasure.
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But on the positive side,
he'd pave your driveway for free.
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Isn't that right, Velma?
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Velma?
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- Hi.
- Hi.
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Daphne, this is Patrick Wisely.
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He's the curator here at the museum.
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It's very nice to meet you, Patrick.
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I hope you'll be working closely with Velma
on this ever-expanding exhibit.
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I know that you're a glamorous,
mysterious, jet-set adventurer...
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...preoccupied with
international intrigue and all...
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- Yes. That's me.
- I know, but...
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There's a symposium coming up
on syntactic reasoning in the criminal brain...
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I have always found
a criminal's inclination...
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...to incorrectly use the interrogative
pronoun in place of the relative...
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...delightfully absurd.
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- Me too!
- Really?
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So maybe you'd want to go together?
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Suppose you mean like...
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Like a...
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Like a date. With me.
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No, I can't, Patrick.
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Mystery is my mistress.
I must heed her sweet call.
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Okay.
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What's happening?
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Oh, boy.
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Daphne!
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Go, Ned! Get it! Get it!
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- We need to come up with a plan.
- Hiding is our plan.
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In case you haven't noticed, there's
an unidentified freaky object in here!
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- The curtains!
- We're on them!
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- Come on, you chickens! Grab those ropes!
- But chickens aren't good with ropes!
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- We got him!
- Shaggy, use the ropes to tie him up!
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It's just a costume!
It's just a costume!
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It's just a costume!
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We tied it! Let go!
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Sorry!
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- We have to save Shaggy and Scooby!
- As usual!
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Fire!
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Mystery Incorporated.
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This is only the first rung
on the ladder of your demise.
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Look out!
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And this time,
you'll be the ones unmasked...
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...as the buffoons you truly are!

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Any clues to the cause of the attack?
How did the dinosaur get through security?
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Where did Mystery Inc.'s plan go wrong?
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You. Any leads on the identity
of the masked man?
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A secret hatch!
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The real Pterodactyl Ghost
must have come through here!
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A reptilian scale.
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A most wonderful clue.
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He stole two costumes: The Black Knight
Ghost and The 10,000 Volt Ghost. Why?
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Fred, Daphne. Could you answer
a few questions for the press?
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Fred, I don't think
that's a really good idea.
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We always face the press
after we've unmasked the creeps.
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We looked ridiculous back there.
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Don't worry about it, sweetheart.
The press loves us.

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<i>The higher the pedestal,</i>
<i>the harder the fall.</i>
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<i>And Mystery Inc. fell far</i>
<i>in the embarrassing debacle...</i>
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<i>... that tarnished the reputation</i>
<i>of the once-great gang.</i>
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<i>It was an utter disaster</i>
<i>as two of the gang's key members...</i>
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<i>... Norville "Shaggy" Rogers</i>
<i>and Scoobert "Scooby-Doo"...</i>
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<i>... caused untold damage to Coolsville's</i>
<i>hottest new tourist attraction...</i>
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<i>... which took a full two years to complete.</i>
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<i>When asked for comment, Fred Jones,</i>
<i>leader of Mystery Inc., said this:</i>
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<i>Coolsville can solve its</i>
<i>problems without us.</i>
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I didn't say that! I mean...
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I did, but that's out of context!
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<i>This is Heather Jasper-Howe,</i>
<i>disillusioned from Coolsville.</i>
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It's all my fault.


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I'm the one who told Shaggy
and Scooby to get the ropes.
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No, Velma, it's my fault. I should have
checked that they were tied before I let go.
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It's my fault too.
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We all know how Shaggy
and Scooby can be.
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But it's all right.
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We just need to stay strong,
in control, and work fast.
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Come on, gang. Let's get to the lab.
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We'll figure a way out
of this Jurassic jumble.
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Shaggy?
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- We're screwups.
- Yeah.
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I guess, looking back, every time they
made a plan, we did screw it up somehow.
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- I just never noticed before.
- Me neither.
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There's gotta be some way we can prove


that we actually belong in the gang.
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We've gotta do something
totally unlike us.
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You know, Scoob...
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...we could act like real detectives!
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Really?
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Scooby-Doo, raise your right paw.
No, your right paw. Your other paw.
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Repeat after me. From this day forward
we will no longer be our goofy selves.
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We will be awesome detectives.
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And we will act more like Fred
and Velma and Daphne.
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We will be terrific and fantastic
and spectacular...
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...and cease to be "loser-iffic,"
"lame-tastic" and "suck-tacular."
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Suck-tacular.
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Right, like, it's time to solve the mystery.
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Let's kick this investigation up to an 11!

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What the heck are you guys doing?
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We figured the first step
in solving a mystery...
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...would be to wear the right attire.
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I'm sorry, Daph,
but your go-go boots didn't fit...
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...me!
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Scooby! Those so don't go
with that sweater!
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Really?
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Clues!
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Alas, what are these strange markings?
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Words.
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Words!
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Scooby-Doo, take notes.
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- Gotcha.
- Come on, you kooks.
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Okay.

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It's come back positive.
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This is a real pterodactyl scale.
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Precisely!
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That masked figure
was out to humiliate us.
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Maybe it's someone we unmasked.
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But who would be able to make
a real Pterodactyl Ghost?
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The original Pterodactyl Ghost.
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Dr. Jonathan Jacobo.
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That's right!
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<i>Jacobo wreaked havoc</i>
<i>in a statewide crime spree.</i>
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<i>Jacobo stole millions...</i>
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<i>... which he used to finance his failed</i>
<i>experiments trying to create monsters.</i>
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Come alive! Come alive!
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<i>You think Jacobo's behind this?</i>

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<i>Impossible. Three years ago</i>
<i>he attempted a prison escape.</i>
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So long, suckers!
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Help me, suckers!
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His body was lost at sea.
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How about this? Jacobo's cellmate
was released from prison two months ago.
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Jeremiah Wickles.
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The Black Knight Ghost. That was
one of the costumes that was stolen.
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Right! And...
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Scooby-Doo! What's your conclusion?
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Bunny.
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<i>It seems Old Man Wickles deserves a visit...</i>
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<i>... before any of our other creepy conquests</i>
<i>make a comeback.</i>
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Freddy, up on the right.
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Old Man Wickles' ancestral manor.

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Oh, man. Another creepy crib!
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How come we can't ever investigate,
like, a KFC or something?
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Shaggy!
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All right. Then again,
creepy is my middle name.
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Scoob!
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Come on, Scoob!
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Looks like a bit of a fixer-upper.
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Nice job last night. Losers!
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Quick, we need to think of a comeback.
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What dorks.
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Hey! Shut up!
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That's a good one.
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<i>You are trespassing on Wickles Manor.</i>
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- <i>Leave now or pay the price.</i>
- What jerk makes that his doorbell?

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Dude.
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He just said we'd pay the price.
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Shaggy, Shaggy, Shaggy.
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What could possibly happen
by ringing a doorbell?
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Help me!
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Shaggy!
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I think I pulled something.
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That's what could happen
by ringing a doorbell, Fred. That!
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<i>At 7 p.m., the owner</i>
<i>will be home to set you free.</i>
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You want to buy a box of cookies?
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Excuse me.
Have you heard the Good News?
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Yeah. There's cookies!
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Watch the junk!
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Sorry.

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Oh, brother.
The lock's on a laser thumbprint scanner.
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- Let me just get to my makeup.
- Daph, now?
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You know what, Velma? It's never too late
to learn to properly apply makeup.
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Okay. The last good thumbprint
should still be there, so...
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...a little blush...
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...a pore strip...
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...and voil.
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All right, Daph!
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I enjoy being a girl.
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- Thank you!
- See if I can get my mechanic's job back.
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- Twenty, 30, 40...
- Thanks for the cookies.
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...50... Welcome!
Sixty, 70, 80...
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Okay, gang. Let's, like,
split up and search for clues.

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Scoob and I will go this way.
Come on, Scoob.
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He stole my thing that I say!
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Search for clues. Search for clues.
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A clue!
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Shiny footprints.
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The glow is similar
to the pterodactyl scale.
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A clue!
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It looks like Wickles shares Jacobo's
fascination with the supernatural.
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He collects everything
from Piri Reis to Aleister Crowley.
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He collects dust too.
239
00:19:27,274 --> 00:19:30,787
No. The dust is good.
We can tell what he's been reading lately.
240
00:19:32,394 --> 00:19:33,604
Like here!
241
00:19:33,994 --> 00:19:35,271
What is it?
242
00:19:35,754 --> 00:19:40,544
It's an obsolete Celtic text used

by secret societies in the mid-19th century.


243
00:19:42,090 --> 00:19:44,839
Look. The book belonged to J. Jacobo.
244
00:19:45,418 --> 00:19:47,240
The original Pterodactyl Ghost.
245
00:19:47,402 --> 00:19:50,085
Maybe he gave it to Wickles
before he died.
246
00:20:08,778 --> 00:20:10,152
Can you read it?
247
00:20:12,202 --> 00:20:15,584
It's an amalgamation
of magic and science.
248
00:20:15,754 --> 00:20:17,314
Here's a list of ingredients...
249
00:20:17,482 --> 00:20:21,825
...on how to create your own carbon-based,
organic, composite predators.
250
00:20:21,994 --> 00:20:25,442
This is an instruction manual
on how to create monsters.
251
00:20:30,793 --> 00:20:31,905
Scoob.
252
00:20:32,200 --> 00:20:33,629
Clues!
253
00:20:35,528 --> 00:20:38,911
Those aren't clues, Scoob.
Those are just things you want.
254
00:20:39,081 --> 00:20:41,666
Like, why is a toilet brush a clue?
255
00:20:45,224 --> 00:20:49,959
Just because you can sing in it doesn't
make it a clue. It makes it awesome.

256
00:20:58,120 --> 00:21:00,455
Like, what's this?
257
00:21:01,704 --> 00:21:03,559
"The Faux Ghost."
258
00:21:05,161 --> 00:21:07,135
We're in luck.
It's tonight, Scoob!
259
00:21:07,945 --> 00:21:09,800
- We are detectives.
- Really?
260
00:21:09,961 --> 00:21:12,350
You found an actual clue!
261
00:21:14,473 --> 00:21:16,000
I found a clue!
262
00:21:17,449 --> 00:21:19,588
Do the clue dance! Do the clue dance!
263
00:21:19,753 --> 00:21:21,924
We're going back, we're going back!
264
00:21:32,745 --> 00:21:34,599
Black Knight Ghost!
265
00:21:41,000 --> 00:21:42,494
Run, Shaggy!
266
00:21:43,625 --> 00:21:44,705
Let's go.
267
00:21:45,385 --> 00:21:47,294
Like, lock the door!
268
00:21:51,945 --> 00:21:53,319
Heavy stuff, Scoob!
269
00:21:55,912 --> 00:21:57,505
Give me a hand, Scoob!
270
00:21:57,673 --> 00:21:59,877

See him get through this!


271
00:22:00,329 --> 00:22:01,441
Heavy!
272
00:22:02,665 --> 00:22:04,803
We outsmarted that moron!
273
00:22:04,968 --> 00:22:07,205
Yeah! What a moron.
274
00:22:08,200 --> 00:22:09,542
Look at me.
275
00:22:09,993 --> 00:22:12,546
- Thanks.
- You're welcome.
276
00:22:20,968 --> 00:22:22,790
- Yo, metalhead!
- Yes?
277
00:22:23,369 --> 00:22:24,514
Bring it.
278
00:22:28,808 --> 00:22:30,434
He brought it.
279
00:22:36,361 --> 00:22:37,986
Daphne! Hold him off!
280
00:22:38,152 --> 00:22:39,581
I'll look in the book.
281
00:22:39,753 --> 00:22:42,568
Maybe there's a formula
for finding his weakness.
282
00:22:47,977 --> 00:22:50,660
Here. "To find a creature's
weakest point...
283
00:22:52,073 --> 00:22:55,422
...take the angle between
the current position of the sun...
284

00:22:56,329 --> 00:22:58,718


...and your geographical point..."
- Velma!
285
00:22:59,368 --> 00:23:02,499
"Add this point, 28 and a half feet up
from sea level."
286
00:23:04,584 --> 00:23:05,991
That tickles.
287
00:23:06,152 --> 00:23:07,581
This is bad.
288
00:23:07,753 --> 00:23:09,662
"Multiply this number..."
289
00:23:10,952 --> 00:23:12,578
"Add the square inches of..."
290
00:23:15,848 --> 00:23:16,993
Velma!
291
00:23:22,760 --> 00:23:25,989
"Take the square root of 30,869..."
292
00:23:30,985 --> 00:23:33,221
Now it's good night, ladies!
293
00:23:34,440 --> 00:23:35,585
"...your X-axis."
294
00:23:55,880 --> 00:23:59,426
"And subtract 9034. That's your Y-axis."
295
00:23:59,593 --> 00:24:01,448
Look. No hands!
296
00:24:01,609 --> 00:24:03,365
Any time would be great, Velma!
297
00:24:03,529 --> 00:24:04,576
I'm trying.
298
00:24:04,745 --> 00:24:08,804
"Subtract one, divide by B,

follow upward eight degrees north."


299
00:24:08,968 --> 00:24:11,107
Which makes his weakest point right here!
300
00:24:15,049 --> 00:24:17,383
Right in the roundtables.
301
00:24:17,544 --> 00:24:18,591
Run!
302
00:24:18,760 --> 00:24:20,997
In your face! Scooby-Dooby-Doo!
303
00:24:21,161 --> 00:24:23,266
Come on, Scoob! Inside!
304
00:24:26,728 --> 00:24:30,110
I'll compare the glow of those footprints
to the pterodactyl scale.
305
00:24:30,280 --> 00:24:32,222
We'll check out Wickles' book.
306
00:24:32,392 --> 00:24:36,167
Dude, The Faux Ghost is an awesome clue.
But what do we do with it?
307
00:24:36,328 --> 00:24:38,084
Let's solve the mystery.
308
00:24:38,408 --> 00:24:40,448
If we solve the mystery by ourselves...
309
00:24:40,617 --> 00:24:43,366
...it would certainly prove to the gang
that we belong.
310
00:24:43,784 --> 00:24:45,377
Let's head to The Faux Ghost...
311
00:24:45,544 --> 00:24:47,617
...find Wickles, and see what he knows.
312
00:24:47,785 --> 00:24:51,559
But first, let's give the gang

the old "slipperooney."


313
00:25:00,296 --> 00:25:01,987
Hey, guys.
314
00:25:02,152 --> 00:25:04,356
Scooby's feeling kind of...
315
00:25:05,032 --> 00:25:07,203
...like he's got rabies.
316
00:25:11,272 --> 00:25:14,753
We're just gonna go outside
to get some fresh air.
317
00:25:26,472 --> 00:25:27,749
Jinkies!
318
00:25:33,609 --> 00:25:35,234
What's up, Velms?
319
00:25:35,400 --> 00:25:37,702
The analysis of the pterodactyl scale.
320
00:25:37,865 --> 00:25:40,647
It contains randamonium,
which this books says...
321
00:25:40,808 --> 00:25:43,491
...is the critical ingredient
needed to make monsters.
322
00:25:43,656 --> 00:25:47,072
Doesn't randamonium glow,
like those footprints in Wickles' mansion?
323
00:25:47,240 --> 00:25:51,070
If we prove Wickles is behind this,
this mystery goes down like a dot-com...
324
00:25:51,240 --> 00:25:53,924
...and Coolsville digs us again.
- Where would he get randamonium?
325
00:25:54,088 --> 00:25:57,154
Randamonium is the byproduct
of silver mines.

326
00:25:57,320 --> 00:26:00,222
Like the abandoned mining town
in old Coolsville.
327
00:26:00,393 --> 00:26:03,524
Then we better get to that mining town
and see what's...
328
00:26:05,320 --> 00:26:07,393
I'm invisible. I'm invisible.
329
00:26:09,928 --> 00:26:11,041
Get rid of him!
330
00:26:11,880 --> 00:26:13,473
Keep him busy.
331
00:26:17,800 --> 00:26:19,360
What are you doing?
332
00:26:19,753 --> 00:26:21,662
He wants to ask me on a date.
333
00:26:21,832 --> 00:26:23,392
It's okay to be scared.
334
00:26:23,560 --> 00:26:27,073
I am not scared.
I've fought werewolves and ghosts.
335
00:26:27,240 --> 00:26:31,517
But in the end, we usually unmask them
and it's a little scared man inside.
336
00:26:31,688 --> 00:26:33,575
It's the same with dating.
337
00:26:34,568 --> 00:26:38,397
Velma, have you ever considered
that maybe werewolves and ghosts...
338
00:26:38,568 --> 00:26:42,278
...are just distractions to keep you away
from what really frightens you?
339

00:26:42,440 --> 00:26:44,163


Intimacy with another person.
340
00:26:44,328 --> 00:26:47,394
And by intimacy, I mean someone
who thinks you're really hot.
341
00:26:49,096 --> 00:26:53,123
But I'm more comfortable
in the world of logic and facts.
342
00:26:54,280 --> 00:26:56,135
And...
343
00:26:57,128 --> 00:27:00,773
...l'm not hot.
344
00:27:03,272 --> 00:27:04,799
Me neither.
345
00:27:04,969 --> 00:27:08,613
Everybody has flaws, Velma.
The object of a healthy relationship...
346
00:27:08,776 --> 00:27:11,645
...is to never let the other person
know they're there.
347
00:27:12,328 --> 00:27:14,150
- To museums.
- To museums.
348
00:27:14,664 --> 00:27:17,381
Daph, I really like this guy.
349
00:27:17,544 --> 00:27:19,552
What would you do if someone thought...
350
00:27:19,721 --> 00:27:24,936
...that you were some glamorous
and mysterious jet-setter?
351
00:27:27,880 --> 00:27:29,309
I'd make myself one.
352
00:27:41,416 --> 00:27:43,325
Who's your mommy?

353
00:27:46,216 --> 00:27:47,263
My mommy?
354
00:27:47,432 --> 00:27:49,821
Come on, let's solve a mystery.
355
00:28:06,761 --> 00:28:10,754
- Do you have to go to the bathroom?
- No, I can't in this outfit.
356
00:28:29,705 --> 00:28:32,323
Okay, Scooby-Doo, the coast is clear.
357
00:28:32,488 --> 00:28:33,436
Here we go.
358
00:28:42,984 --> 00:28:44,872
That's it, Scoob. The Faux Ghost.
359
00:28:45,032 --> 00:28:46,974
Man, I recognize a lot of these cats.
360
00:28:47,144 --> 00:28:50,493
Like, that's C.L. Magnus.
He used to dress up as Redbeard's ghost.
361
00:28:50,664 --> 00:28:54,177
And that's Aggie Wilkins,
a.k.a. the Ozark Witch.
362
00:28:54,792 --> 00:28:56,702
These are all folks we unmasked.
363
00:28:56,872 --> 00:28:59,742
If they spot us,
they'll invite us to a weenie roast.
364
00:28:59,912 --> 00:29:02,084
One where we're the weenies!
365
00:29:02,888 --> 00:29:04,317
Hot dogs!
366
00:29:04,488 --> 00:29:08,416
There's gotta be some way that we can

use our awesome, fearless new skills...


367
00:29:08,584 --> 00:29:11,683
...to get us in there
without being recognized.
368
00:29:40,552 --> 00:29:42,821
Everyone part like the Red Sea.
369
00:29:42,984 --> 00:29:47,457
It's me, Shizzy McCreepy,
and my brother, S.D. McCrawley.
370
00:29:47,624 --> 00:29:50,940
We are in the house and ready to party.
371
00:29:51,816 --> 00:29:52,961
Hey, handsome.
372
00:29:53,128 --> 00:29:54,950
Hello, baby.
373
00:29:55,336 --> 00:29:57,246
- <i>Zoinks!</i>
- <i>Jinkies!</i>
374
00:29:57,416 --> 00:29:58,845
- <i>Zoinks!</i>
- <i>Jinkies!</i>
375
00:29:59,016 --> 00:30:00,510
- <i>Hey, gang.</i>
- <i>Jinkies!</i>
376
00:30:00,680 --> 00:30:01,793
- <i>Hey!</i>
- <i>Yipe!</i>
377
00:30:05,576 --> 00:30:09,919
A Ghost Clown is a heck of a lot scarier
than a Cotton Candy Glob!
378
00:30:13,192 --> 00:30:15,134
Watch out, idiot.
379
00:30:17,064 --> 00:30:19,934
- Old Man Wickles!

- Leave me alone.
380
00:30:21,673 --> 00:30:22,621
No!
381
00:30:23,816 --> 00:30:27,428
I just wanted to say thank you.
382
00:30:27,816 --> 00:30:32,901
Your portrayal of the Black Knight Ghost
was inspirational to my brother and me.
383
00:30:34,504 --> 00:30:38,465
Have you done anything cool
and creepy lately?
384
00:30:39,272 --> 00:30:42,720
Listen, I'm not normally one
for giving advice...
385
00:30:42,984 --> 00:30:47,207
...but I feel sorry for you because
of your brother's hideous nose deformity.
386
00:30:50,056 --> 00:30:52,707
Get out of this game
while you got a chance.
387
00:30:53,768 --> 00:30:56,004
All of us here ain't nothing to admire.
388
00:30:56,168 --> 00:30:59,103
We needed people to believe
we were different than we were.
389
00:30:59,272 --> 00:31:01,028
Maybe because we believed...
390
00:31:01,192 --> 00:31:04,705
...that there was something wrong
with who we were in the first place.
391
00:31:05,608 --> 00:31:10,180
I guess you're sort of grateful
to Mystery Inc...
392
00:31:11,112 --> 00:31:14,079

...for unmasking you.


- Are you kidding?
393
00:31:15,912 --> 00:31:19,524
If I see those twerps,
I'd tear their eyes out of their skulls.
394
00:31:20,328 --> 00:31:24,606
Make them eat the one eye while watching
themselves eat it with the other eye!
395
00:31:27,560 --> 00:31:28,639
Bye.
396
00:31:30,216 --> 00:31:34,918
Here's a clue for you.
That dude's wearing his freak hat 24/7.
397
00:31:35,080 --> 00:31:38,757
I gotta take a whiz.
Don't do anything to attract attention.
398
00:31:38,920 --> 00:31:40,131
Gotcha.
399
00:31:40,456 --> 00:31:41,732
Hey, doll.
400
00:31:42,504 --> 00:31:44,162
You wanna dance?
401
00:31:44,328 --> 00:31:45,473
Groovy.
402
00:31:48,136 --> 00:31:49,794
Here we go.
403
00:31:53,704 --> 00:31:55,395
Shake it, baby.
404
00:32:03,208 --> 00:32:04,735
Give me five!
405
00:32:27,784 --> 00:32:29,126
Oh, yeah!
406

00:32:30,408 --> 00:32:31,837


Everybody!
407
00:32:47,336 --> 00:32:48,798
Oh, yeah.
408
00:32:49,704 --> 00:32:50,653
Hey, Shaggy!
409
00:33:10,376 --> 00:33:13,725
It's Scooby-Doo! The meddling mutt
what helped throw us in jail!
410
00:33:14,824 --> 00:33:15,937
Who, me?
411
00:33:18,664 --> 00:33:21,217
No, wait, that's not Scooby-Doo!
412
00:33:21,384 --> 00:33:24,799
That's S.D. McCrawley.
He's just wearing a mask.
413
00:33:30,504 --> 00:33:35,108
And that's Doo's beatnik best pal,
Shaggy Rogers.
414
00:33:35,272 --> 00:33:37,312
- Where?
- There.
415
00:33:37,896 --> 00:33:40,100
Zoinks! Gangway!
416
00:33:42,792 --> 00:33:45,126
Run, Shaggy. Wait for me!
417
00:33:50,888 --> 00:33:52,579
And stay out!
418
00:33:56,744 --> 00:33:59,613
That wasn't so bad, Scoob.
419
00:34:15,815 --> 00:34:18,182
That was my outfit, I swear.
420

00:34:24,904 --> 00:34:29,411


You know, Velma,
you are as beautiful as ever.
421
00:34:30,792 --> 00:34:33,213
You're just so different than I expected.
422
00:34:34,824 --> 00:34:36,449
You know, I'm just...
423
00:34:39,432 --> 00:34:41,504
Find me the head of museum security.
424
00:34:41,672 --> 00:34:45,414
- Oh, my goodness!
- What the heck's going on?
425
00:34:45,575 --> 00:34:47,517
This cannot be good.
426
00:34:49,576 --> 00:34:51,037
My museum.
427
00:34:53,928 --> 00:34:55,269
Wait!
428
00:34:56,616 --> 00:34:58,404
Any comments on the museum robbery?
429
00:34:58,567 --> 00:35:01,415
Mystery Inc. is investigating
the two stolen costumes.
430
00:35:01,576 --> 00:35:03,431
No, the one that just happened.
431
00:35:03,592 --> 00:35:07,683
Where The Black Knight and Pterodactyl
Ghost stole the rest of the costumes?
432
00:35:07,848 --> 00:35:10,215
The rest of the costumes?
433
00:35:20,456 --> 00:35:23,772
So, what you're saying is
it's all downhill for Mystery Inc.

434
00:35:23,944 --> 00:35:28,286
No! You're doing that thing again where
you take everything I say out of context.
435
00:35:28,456 --> 00:35:31,489
You're trying to make it look
like I think Coolsville sucks.
436
00:35:31,655 --> 00:35:32,899
No! Don't record that!
437
00:35:41,224 --> 00:35:45,730
Patrick, I'm so sorry.
It must be so hard for you.
438
00:35:45,896 --> 00:35:47,718
I'm sorry, I have to go. Okay?
439
00:35:47,912 --> 00:35:50,017
- I'll go with you...
- No! Just...
440
00:35:51,048 --> 00:35:54,048
No, I have to figure out what's going on.
441
00:36:17,512 --> 00:36:19,334
<i>All Fred Jones had to say was:</i>
442
00:36:19,496 --> 00:36:20,903
<i>I think Coolsville sucks!</i>
443
00:36:21,064 --> 00:36:23,486
<i>In light of the city's recent chaos...</i>
444
00:36:23,655 --> 00:36:27,398
<i>... Jones' response was disheartening</i>
<i>to the fans who have supported them.</i>
445
00:36:27,560 --> 00:36:31,007
<i>Perhaps it's time for the crime-solving gang</i>
<i>to shape up or ship out.</i>
446
00:36:31,175 --> 00:36:32,124
I'll be right back.
447
00:36:32,295 --> 00:36:36,387

This is Heather Jasper-Howe


for Investigative Probe Reporting.
448
00:36:36,552 --> 00:36:38,723
What's with the personal attacks?
449
00:36:38,888 --> 00:36:41,735
Look, I'm a huge fan. It's just my editor...
450
00:36:41,895 --> 00:36:43,106
Who are you kidding?
451
00:36:45,383 --> 00:36:46,878
Who are you kidding?
452
00:36:47,047 --> 00:36:49,120
Don't think I don't know your game.
453
00:36:50,056 --> 00:36:51,485
What do you do for the gang?
454
00:36:52,008 --> 00:36:53,251
Really?
455
00:36:53,415 --> 00:36:57,212
Velma's the smart one. Fred's the leader.
456
00:36:57,384 --> 00:37:00,101
All you are is a pretty little face.
457
00:37:00,264 --> 00:37:01,606
Why are you doing this?
458
00:37:01,768 --> 00:37:06,045
Because it's my job to unmask
those who pretend to be who they're not.
459
00:37:07,815 --> 00:37:10,466
"Unmask those"? You sound like...
460
00:37:12,263 --> 00:37:13,824
Sound like who?
461
00:37:14,664 --> 00:37:16,573
The evil masked guy.

462
00:37:16,744 --> 00:37:20,322
But you know that, because
just as you know I'm standing here...
463
00:37:20,584 --> 00:37:24,708
...you know I know who you know you are,
which is him, who's a her, which is you.
464
00:37:25,512 --> 00:37:27,519
Now I see what you do for the gang.
465
00:37:27,688 --> 00:37:29,826
You're in charge of incoherent babbling.
466
00:37:29,991 --> 00:37:33,406
Mystery Incorporated.
467
00:37:34,247 --> 00:37:39,299
Once again, you are proven useless
before my power.
468
00:37:39,464 --> 00:37:43,326
Because of you, soon Coolsville...
469
00:37:43,847 --> 00:37:46,236
...will be mine.
470
00:37:48,872 --> 00:37:49,887
Darn it.
471
00:37:50,184 --> 00:37:53,283
Thanks a lot!
The scoop of the night, gone.
472
00:37:53,447 --> 00:37:55,040
Can't you do anything right?
473
00:37:55,272 --> 00:37:57,377
Ned, get your camera and follow me.
474
00:37:57,544 --> 00:37:58,973
Guess not.
475
00:38:06,664 --> 00:38:08,290
Stop wasting my time!

476
00:38:08,584 --> 00:38:12,064
You hear me? Now I want you to question
all your scum-bucket friends.
477
00:38:12,231 --> 00:38:14,849
Find out what they know
about those stolen costumes.
478
00:38:15,015 --> 00:38:17,863
Or else you'll be known
as the Soiled Underwear Ghost!
479
00:38:18,024 --> 00:38:20,445
I want answers. Now, go! Now!
480
00:38:20,744 --> 00:38:21,824
Yes, sir!
481
00:38:22,695 --> 00:38:25,216
- Sorry.
- It's okay.
482
00:38:29,192 --> 00:38:30,402
Patrick.
483
00:38:30,567 --> 00:38:32,956
Shaggy. Scooby.
484
00:38:33,799 --> 00:38:35,686
What are you guys doing here?
485
00:38:36,872 --> 00:38:40,068
We just came down here
to be undercover and stuff.
486
00:38:40,872 --> 00:38:41,820
Me too.
487
00:38:41,991 --> 00:38:46,269
My museum got broken into again, so I had
to come here and try and get some answers.
488
00:38:46,439 --> 00:38:49,756
Gotta put on the tough-guy act,
or these guys will eat me alive.
489

00:38:51,368 --> 00:38:53,408


What's the matter, you don't believe me?
490
00:38:56,008 --> 00:38:57,469
I'm kidding!
491
00:38:58,375 --> 00:39:00,994
- It's the tough-guy act.
- That's good.
492
00:39:06,151 --> 00:39:07,100
I got you.
493
00:39:07,271 --> 00:39:09,443
That was a joke? That was good!
494
00:39:09,608 --> 00:39:11,779
You're a lot of fun. Try it, Scoob.
495
00:39:14,472 --> 00:39:16,098
It needs work.
496
00:39:17,800 --> 00:39:19,142
Look, Patrick...
497
00:39:19,304 --> 00:39:24,006
...we could stay here, do this all night,
and something tells me you would...
498
00:39:24,168 --> 00:39:27,997
...but we gotta make
like your personality and split.
499
00:39:28,712 --> 00:39:29,824
Okay.
500
00:40:02,312 --> 00:40:03,741
Scooby-Doo. Scoob!
501
00:40:04,295 --> 00:40:05,757
Hello?
502
00:40:06,023 --> 00:40:07,779
Scooby-Doo, can you hear me?
503
00:40:07,943 --> 00:40:09,536

Hello, Shaggy.
504
00:40:09,703 --> 00:40:12,834
Wickles has led us
into a terrifying ghost town!
505
00:40:13,511 --> 00:40:16,741
- Ghost town?
- Yes, a ghost town!
506
00:40:22,183 --> 00:40:24,769
Darn bushes yowling at me again.
507
00:40:30,696 --> 00:40:33,925
- Keep quiet, Scoob.
- Okay, Shaggy.
508
00:40:38,888 --> 00:40:43,012
Like, where did Old Man Nutjob go?
Through here, Scoob?
509
00:40:43,175 --> 00:40:44,419
I don't know.
510
00:40:51,655 --> 00:40:53,117
Oh, boy.
511
00:41:09,864 --> 00:41:12,547
Run, Scoob! It's a "skelly" thingy!
512
00:41:23,943 --> 00:41:25,023
Elevator.
513
00:41:25,511 --> 00:41:27,038
Good work, pal!
514
00:41:27,783 --> 00:41:29,572
Like, let's skedaddle.
515
00:41:36,519 --> 00:41:38,908
So, what's your assessment, Velmster?
516
00:41:39,112 --> 00:41:41,533
This place seems harmless enough.
517
00:41:41,704 --> 00:41:45,413

I mean, whether the Evil Masked Figure


could've gotten his randamonium...
518
00:41:45,575 --> 00:41:47,517
...from here at the mine?
- Oh, sorry.
519
00:41:47,687 --> 00:41:50,655
I was just thinking about Patrick.
520
00:41:50,823 --> 00:41:53,060
He seemed so upset when he left.
521
00:41:53,383 --> 00:41:55,325
- Right. So...
- And...
522
00:41:57,127 --> 00:41:58,720
...he doesn't like me.
523
00:41:58,887 --> 00:42:01,756
Okay. So your assessment is?
524
00:42:02,664 --> 00:42:05,925
- Love stinks.
- Fred?
525
00:42:06,119 --> 00:42:08,028
Do you think I'm just a pretty face?
526
00:42:08,295 --> 00:42:09,244
No.
527
00:42:10,055 --> 00:42:11,429
I mean, yes.
528
00:42:11,943 --> 00:42:13,318
I mean, not fat!
529
00:42:13,480 --> 00:42:16,611
Definitely not fat.
Is this sort of what you're looking for?
530
00:42:16,775 --> 00:42:19,197
Fat? Why would you even use that word?
531

00:42:20,583 --> 00:42:24,064


Never again will they underestimate us.
That's right.
532
00:42:24,231 --> 00:42:27,046
I've gathered you here today
for something big.
533
00:42:27,399 --> 00:42:28,828
At last.
534
00:42:28,999 --> 00:42:31,650
All these years of careful planning...
535
00:42:31,816 --> 00:42:36,038
...have culminated
in this one glorious moment.
536
00:42:36,935 --> 00:42:41,158
Old Man Wickles, caught red-handed
in your foul monster-making scheme.
537
00:42:41,320 --> 00:42:43,970
With your ugly, evil henchmen.
538
00:42:45,256 --> 00:42:46,466
Henchmen?
539
00:42:47,432 --> 00:42:51,174
Young man, we're investors,
and we're listening to his pitch.
540
00:42:51,559 --> 00:42:53,250
So as I was saying...
541
00:42:53,415 --> 00:42:56,098
...the Old Tyme Mining Town,
a summer camp for kids...
542
00:42:56,263 --> 00:42:58,947
...where they can have
an authentic mining experience.
543
00:42:59,304 --> 00:43:04,038
They can dig for 18 hours straight,
just like in the golden days of yore.
544

00:43:04,199 --> 00:43:07,909


They have the time of their lives,
and we get free miners!
545
00:43:08,679 --> 00:43:10,981
Mr. Wickles, we need to ask you about...
546
00:43:11,143 --> 00:43:15,234
...your ties to recent monster attacks.
- I don't know nothing about no monsters.
547
00:43:15,432 --> 00:43:18,693
Then how come there was randamonium
on the floor of your mansion?
548
00:43:18,856 --> 00:43:22,882
There's randamonium all over the place.
I come home with it in my shorts.
549
00:43:23,239 --> 00:43:26,403
Are you continuing the work
of your old pal Jonathan Jacobo?
550
00:43:26,567 --> 00:43:28,804
Old pal? Jacobo?
551
00:43:28,968 --> 00:43:30,724
We hated each other.
552
00:43:30,888 --> 00:43:33,986
In the prison cafeteria,
he used to steal my Tater Tots!
553
00:43:34,151 --> 00:43:36,224
And he got the lead in <i>My Fair Lady.</i>
554
00:43:36,392 --> 00:43:39,109
Then why did we find the monster book
in your library?
555
00:43:39,272 --> 00:43:42,271
Wait a second.
You're the runts what vandalized my home.
556
00:43:43,911 --> 00:43:46,278
Which one of you stole my toilet brush?
557

00:43:46,952 --> 00:43:48,261


Gentlemen.
558
00:43:49,384 --> 00:43:52,253
- I'm sorry, Jeremiah.
- What happened? I haven't finished!
559
00:43:52,423 --> 00:43:53,797
Wait, fellas!
560
00:43:54,439 --> 00:43:58,301
Wowee, Scooby-Doo!
I think we're onto something.
561
00:44:00,199 --> 00:44:02,500
It's like a huge laboratory.
562
00:44:06,727 --> 00:44:08,036
- Go ahead.
- Okay.
563
00:44:15,271 --> 00:44:18,173
This place is like Clue-topia, Scoob.
564
00:44:23,783 --> 00:44:25,507
Refrigerator!
565
00:44:29,800 --> 00:44:31,294
Lemonade!
566
00:44:35,943 --> 00:44:39,140
Check it out.
Look at those weird letters, Scoob.
567
00:44:40,423 --> 00:44:41,667
Shaggy?
568
00:44:44,519 --> 00:44:48,796
Scooby-Doo,
you turned into a freaky monster.
569
00:44:50,311 --> 00:44:52,483
You don't eat stuff that glows.
570
00:44:52,647 --> 00:44:55,713
There's got to be an antidote
in here somewhere.

571
00:44:55,879 --> 00:44:58,399
Try this, Scoob. It looks medicinal.
572
00:45:02,791 --> 00:45:04,166
Tastes like...
573
00:45:07,719 --> 00:45:09,213
Strawberries.
574
00:45:12,167 --> 00:45:14,022
I'm okay, Scoob.
575
00:45:21,479 --> 00:45:23,716
I've got a chick's body!
576
00:45:25,032 --> 00:45:27,301
I'm the Tasmanian Devil!
577
00:45:45,031 --> 00:45:46,919
Check it out, dude!
578
00:45:47,783 --> 00:45:49,605
I'm buff.
579
00:45:50,247 --> 00:45:51,840
My God.
580
00:45:52,103 --> 00:45:55,780
It seems as if I've become
ludicrously intelligent.
581
00:45:55,943 --> 00:45:59,140
It's awful! I long for the blissful ignorance
of my former self.
582
00:45:59,303 --> 00:46:02,402
Chasing cats, licking my own rear end,
eating my own vomit.
583
00:46:02,567 --> 00:46:05,055
Those were wonderful times.
584
00:46:05,223 --> 00:46:07,841
Check out my pecs, little man!

585
00:46:09,799 --> 00:46:13,628
Hush now, buffoon.
This is a highly combustible synthesis.
586
00:46:13,799 --> 00:46:14,747
A what?
587
00:46:14,919 --> 00:46:16,861
I'm going to transform us back!
588
00:46:17,031 --> 00:46:18,275
No way, geek!
589
00:46:19,399 --> 00:46:22,432
I'm gonna stay this way forever!
590
00:46:22,984 --> 00:46:24,031
No!
591
00:46:27,079 --> 00:46:28,224
Let's go!
592
00:46:32,839 --> 00:46:34,268
Careful, gang.
593
00:46:40,743 --> 00:46:43,907
This "Schwarzeneggian" oaf
almost destroyed us.
594
00:46:45,031 --> 00:46:46,438
Go boom.
595
00:46:47,367 --> 00:46:49,123
You are embarrassing.
596
00:47:02,791 --> 00:47:05,639
That was almost exactly like
my freshman year in college.
597
00:47:05,799 --> 00:47:09,061
What are you guys doing here?
You're supposed to be sick, Scooby.
598
00:47:09,223 --> 00:47:10,684
I invented a potion.

599
00:47:11,015 --> 00:47:12,542
You lied to us. We're a team.
600
00:47:12,711 --> 00:47:15,613
You don't just go off half-cocked
doing whatever you want.
601
00:47:15,783 --> 00:47:16,961
Hey, gang.
602
00:47:17,959 --> 00:47:21,406
"Beware who enters the Monster Hive.
603
00:47:22,023 --> 00:47:25,187
Inside your fears will come alive."
604
00:47:33,703 --> 00:47:35,045
Oh, my.
605
00:47:35,431 --> 00:47:38,530
Look! It's the costumes
from the museum!
606
00:47:38,695 --> 00:47:41,313
- Zombie.
- Miner 49er.
607
00:47:41,479 --> 00:47:44,512
- Captain Cutler.
- I bet they're all here.
608
00:47:44,743 --> 00:47:49,380
He must have used the costumes
to make real monsters, which implies...
609
00:47:49,543 --> 00:47:52,739
He needs the costumes to make
the monsters, which implies...
610
00:47:52,903 --> 00:47:57,954
He already had a Pterodactyl Ghost costume
somehow, which implies...
611
00:48:00,999 --> 00:48:03,203
Patrick's the one.
612

00:48:03,367 --> 00:48:04,796


Velma's in love.
613
00:48:05,031 --> 00:48:07,365
No, I mean the one.
614
00:48:08,167 --> 00:48:09,345
The bad guy.
615
00:48:10,407 --> 00:48:13,057
That's why he wanted to go out with me.
616
00:48:14,791 --> 00:48:16,352
To see what we knew.
617
00:48:16,519 --> 00:48:19,202
We just saw Patrick
at the bad guys' hangout.
618
00:48:19,367 --> 00:48:22,466
He was working both sides
of Psycho Street.
619
00:48:22,631 --> 00:48:26,560
I don't know who's behind this, but we
don't need him transforming more costumes.
620
00:48:26,727 --> 00:48:29,661
Let's find a way to shut down
this monster-maker for good.
621
00:48:29,831 --> 00:48:32,035
Guys? What's over here?
622
00:48:32,199 --> 00:48:34,304
This light is strange.
623
00:48:35,271 --> 00:48:36,219
Scooby-Doo.
624
00:48:36,647 --> 00:48:40,225
We're the ones that found this place.
Score one for the big guys!
625
00:48:40,743 --> 00:48:44,671
Now we need to keep acting
like mondo-groovy detectives. Come on.

626
00:48:56,903 --> 00:48:57,983
Like, wowee.
627
00:49:06,023 --> 00:49:08,325
Cool! Like, "tuneage."
628
00:49:33,639 --> 00:49:35,875
Like, what's that weird sound?
629
00:49:38,823 --> 00:49:40,165
Captain Cutler!
630
00:49:40,839 --> 00:49:42,268
Miner 49er!
631
00:49:42,983 --> 00:49:44,957
The Tar Monster!
632
00:49:45,927 --> 00:49:47,072
We have...
633
00:49:47,623 --> 00:49:49,510
...to remain...
634
00:49:49,991 --> 00:49:51,136
...calm.
635
00:49:52,007 --> 00:49:54,342
Calm, Scooby-Doo!
You're not being calm!
636
00:49:55,591 --> 00:49:58,461
I needed that.
I needed that too.
637
00:49:58,631 --> 00:50:00,704
You're pushing your luck, Scoob!
638
00:50:06,663 --> 00:50:08,802
You girls find anything?
639
00:50:10,791 --> 00:50:13,027
- He did it.
- Scoob!

640
00:50:13,351 --> 00:50:15,587
Fred, disconnect that control panel!
641
00:50:15,751 --> 00:50:17,955
Maybe it'll stop the machine!
642
00:50:46,471 --> 00:50:49,766
Come on, this way! Quick, the elevator!
643
00:50:52,391 --> 00:50:55,555
- Like, The 10,000 Volt Ghost!
- Come on, Scoob!
644
00:50:57,031 --> 00:50:58,078
We're gonna die!
645
00:50:58,247 --> 00:51:00,516
- Think positive!
- We're gonna die quickly!
646
00:51:01,127 --> 00:51:02,982
Wait for me!
647
00:51:19,430 --> 00:51:20,576
Come on, girls!
648
00:51:23,270 --> 00:51:26,140
- An exit!
- Run, Shaggy!
649
00:51:37,062 --> 00:51:38,786
Stop them!
650
00:51:39,431 --> 00:51:44,417
Destroy the city if you have to,
but get me that control panel!
651
00:51:44,583 --> 00:51:49,122
With it, they can destroy everything
I've set out to do.
652
00:51:49,286 --> 00:51:51,839
Hurry up, gang.
We need to find Shaggy and Scooby.
653
00:51:52,007 --> 00:51:54,822

End of the line, Mystery Inc.!


654
00:51:56,839 --> 00:51:57,787
Die!
655
00:52:03,879 --> 00:52:05,602
Let's book, Scoob.
656
00:52:11,079 --> 00:52:12,191
Oh, boy.
657
00:52:14,246 --> 00:52:15,621
Let's rip it, Scoob!
658
00:52:16,166 --> 00:52:17,443
Zoinks!
659
00:52:33,031 --> 00:52:34,241
I don't know.
660
00:52:37,063 --> 00:52:38,273
Banzai!
661
00:52:39,399 --> 00:52:40,959
We're getting rad!
662
00:52:41,607 --> 00:52:44,541
Like, this pipe's ripping, Scoob!
Zoinks!
663
00:53:14,343 --> 00:53:15,291
Hello.
664
00:53:27,270 --> 00:53:28,416
Scooby!
665
00:53:38,182 --> 00:53:39,230
Are you guys okay?
666
00:53:39,719 --> 00:53:44,421
Sure. As long as you define "okay"
as "in massive agony."
667
00:53:45,927 --> 00:53:47,749
We should get back to headquarters.

668
00:53:47,911 --> 00:53:50,464
No! That'll be the first place
they'll look for us.
669
00:53:50,631 --> 00:53:52,092
I think I know where to go.
670
00:53:53,990 --> 00:53:56,478
Move that worthless piece of tin!
671
00:53:56,807 --> 00:54:00,385
Unlike some of you,
I have a very important meeting!
672
00:54:11,718 --> 00:54:15,296
Citizens! Turn in Mystery Inc.
673
00:54:15,462 --> 00:54:19,935
Your reward: We'll let you live.
674
00:54:22,503 --> 00:54:26,976
My monsters can make life very unpleasant.
675
00:54:37,031 --> 00:54:41,766
Find me Mystery Inc., now.
676
00:54:42,246 --> 00:54:46,305
Heather Jasper-Howe with an emergency
update for Investigative Probe.
677
00:54:46,471 --> 00:54:48,959
A monster army has invaded Coolsville.
678
00:54:49,126 --> 00:54:52,869
<i>Angry citizens have gathered</i>
<i>outside Mystery Inc. 's offices in protest.</i>
679
00:54:53,031 --> 00:54:56,805
<i>They're insisting the gang cooperate</i>
<i>with the Evil Masked Figure's demands.</i>
680
00:54:56,967 --> 00:54:59,105
<i>Mystery Stink! Mystery Stink!</i>
681
00:55:02,951 --> 00:55:05,984
Excuse me, sir.

Do you have anything to say for yourself?


682
00:55:14,151 --> 00:55:15,939
<i>I beg you, Mystery Inc.</i>
683
00:55:16,102 --> 00:55:19,419
<i>If you can hear me, turn yourselves in.</i>
684
00:55:19,590 --> 00:55:23,846
If we do, he'll get the control panel back,
and the city will be in worse shape.
685
00:55:24,007 --> 00:55:26,724
We'd be playing right into his hands.
686
00:55:26,887 --> 00:55:29,854
Please. For our city's sake.
687
00:55:36,551 --> 00:55:39,420
<i>Sorry. You're cancelled.</i>
688
00:56:05,717 --> 00:56:08,499
The old high-school clubhouse.
689
00:56:11,285 --> 00:56:12,812
We should be safe here.
690
00:56:12,981 --> 00:56:15,501
We haven't been here in years.
691
00:56:24,374 --> 00:56:25,934
Freddy, are you okay?
692
00:56:26,741 --> 00:56:30,058
- Do you wanna talk?
- Talking's for wimps.
693
00:56:35,094 --> 00:56:36,752
It's time for action.
694
00:56:39,349 --> 00:56:40,658
You know, Scoob...
695
00:56:40,821 --> 00:56:45,229
...this Evil Masked Figure
is turning Coolsville into Ghoulsville.

696
00:56:45,461 --> 00:56:48,308
And the gang is totally taking a hit for it.
697
00:56:50,069 --> 00:56:53,899
Like, this is the most "our-faultiest"
screwup ever, Scoob.
698
00:56:58,101 --> 00:56:59,661
Still works.
699
00:57:01,077 --> 00:57:03,827
Look, all my old tools.
700
00:57:05,910 --> 00:57:08,812
After all our so-called success...
701
00:57:08,981 --> 00:57:11,054
...we're back in this old firetrap.
702
00:57:24,277 --> 00:57:26,187
Keep away! Go out.
703
00:57:26,357 --> 00:57:28,943
- Hit me, Fred. I'm open!
- Get it, Shaggy!
704
00:57:29,621 --> 00:57:30,897
Good one.
705
00:57:34,358 --> 00:57:35,568
Velma, here!
706
00:57:35,733 --> 00:57:36,943
Good throw, Velm!
707
00:57:37,109 --> 00:57:39,498
- Fred! It's mine.
- Gotcha!
708
00:57:44,117 --> 00:57:45,546
Throw it to me!
709
00:57:45,717 --> 00:57:47,212
Go long!

710
00:57:48,725 --> 00:57:50,219
Go, Scooby!
711
00:57:51,029 --> 00:57:52,458
Dude!
712
00:57:57,493 --> 00:57:59,882
It all seemed so easy back then.
713
00:58:02,645 --> 00:58:07,185
We solved mysteries for the love of them,
not to prove anything to anyone.
714
00:58:08,373 --> 00:58:12,813
And the mysteries all seemed
to unravel themselves.
715
00:58:12,981 --> 00:58:16,658
Sometimes, the answers
would just appear like magic.
716
00:58:18,709 --> 00:58:21,491
My first multiple-resonance
imaging device.
717
00:58:21,654 --> 00:58:25,428
Made out of a crystal radio
and old video games.
718
00:58:27,221 --> 00:58:28,682
Wait a minute.
719
00:58:29,205 --> 00:58:33,777
Randamonium has an algorithmic
cross-currency of negative 4.121.
720
00:58:34,293 --> 00:58:36,365
With it, maybe...
Well, just maybe...
721
00:58:36,565 --> 00:58:40,339
We could reverse the current
and reverse the monster-making process!
722
00:58:40,501 --> 00:58:42,835
All we need to do
is rewire the control panel...

723
00:58:42,997 --> 00:58:45,997
Bring it back to the Monster Hive
and plug it into the base.
724
00:58:46,165 --> 00:58:48,914
- Push the button...
- And instead of creating monsters...
725
00:58:49,077 --> 00:58:51,052
...all the monsters will be destroyed.
726
00:59:22,069 --> 00:59:25,746
Like, they're totally having
a montage in there without us.
727
00:59:27,093 --> 00:59:31,533
I'll tell you one thing for sure.
They don't need our help to figure it out.
728
00:59:31,701 --> 00:59:33,359
We're screwups.
729
00:59:33,525 --> 00:59:38,032
The only time we do anything right is when
we accidentally plow into the Snow Ghost...
730
00:59:38,197 --> 00:59:42,638
...because we've accidentally glued our feet
to rocket-powered roller-skates.
731
00:59:43,413 --> 00:59:45,201
Eight stupid times.
732
00:59:46,645 --> 00:59:48,052
Face it, Scoob.
733
00:59:48,213 --> 00:59:51,409
We'll never be anything
but our old goofy selves.
734
00:59:52,213 --> 00:59:54,122
I wish once...
735
00:59:54,293 --> 00:59:56,016
...just once...

736
00:59:56,341 --> 00:59:58,959
...I could do the right thing on purpose.
737
01:00:00,565 --> 01:00:01,842
You know, Scoob?
738
01:00:03,733 --> 01:00:05,521
Like, be a hero...
739
01:00:06,293 --> 01:00:08,082
...and save the day.
740
01:00:10,485 --> 01:00:12,373
But who are we kidding, right?
741
01:00:24,053 --> 01:00:25,580
Captain Cutler's Ghost.
742
01:00:26,773 --> 01:00:30,385
Captain Cutler's Ghost!
743
01:00:31,701 --> 01:00:35,662
They found us. Finish that in the van
when we get to the Monster Hive.
744
01:00:43,349 --> 01:00:45,651
Go, Fred! Hit it!
745
01:00:56,053 --> 01:00:57,580
- What do we do?
- What do we do?
746
01:00:57,749 --> 01:00:59,440
Fine. Let's go back!
747
01:01:00,821 --> 01:01:02,446
That's the wrong way!
748
01:01:15,221 --> 01:01:16,846
Shaggy! Give me a hand.
749
01:01:17,013 --> 01:01:19,599
This is tied for
the most terrifying day of my life.
750

01:01:19,765 --> 01:01:22,896


- Tied with what?
- Every other freaking day of my life!
751
01:01:23,061 --> 01:01:24,009
It's done!
752
01:01:33,525 --> 01:01:35,412
Jinkies! Tweety's back.
753
01:01:35,573 --> 01:01:36,751
- Shaggy!
- Yeah?
754
01:01:36,917 --> 01:01:39,503
I'm putting her in cruise.
Take the wheel.
755
01:01:39,668 --> 01:01:41,163
Go!
756
01:01:51,829 --> 01:01:52,811
Take this!
757
01:01:55,893 --> 01:01:58,543
- This is bad.
- No doubt.
758
01:01:59,701 --> 01:02:00,846
- Shaggy?
- Yeah.
759
01:02:01,013 --> 01:02:02,442
Who's driving?
760
01:02:04,020 --> 01:02:04,969
Hello.
761
01:02:05,141 --> 01:02:06,318
- Scoob.
- What?
762
01:02:21,908 --> 01:02:24,145
- Turn the wheel!
- Wheel?
763
01:02:24,309 --> 01:02:26,643

- Turn the wheel!


- The round thing, Scoob!
764
01:02:32,949 --> 01:02:35,218
- Scooby!
- Okay.
765
01:02:43,349 --> 01:02:44,810
I'm driving!
766
01:02:52,565 --> 01:02:53,842
Watch out, Scoob!
767
01:02:59,252 --> 01:03:00,976
You did it, Scoob!
768
01:03:06,645 --> 01:03:09,994
All right, gang.
The Monster Hive is right over there.
769
01:03:10,164 --> 01:03:12,620
Let's get this control panel
and plug her in.
770
01:03:26,869 --> 01:03:29,902
You go nowhere, knave.
771
01:03:31,125 --> 01:03:33,165
You guys take the long way around.
772
01:03:34,485 --> 01:03:35,826
And I'll hold him off.
773
01:03:38,293 --> 01:03:41,327
- Come on.
- Go get him, Fred.
774
01:04:48,021 --> 01:04:50,541
- Come on, Daph!
- I'm coming!
775
01:04:52,949 --> 01:04:55,218
Not so fast!
776
01:04:57,301 --> 01:05:01,491
You guys go. I'll take care of Sparky.
Just get that control panel to the Hive.

777
01:05:01,653 --> 01:05:03,758
- Go!
- We've got it, Daph!
778
01:05:15,285 --> 01:05:16,626
Scary.
779
01:05:16,788 --> 01:05:19,123
Taste the pain, Mr. Glowy Ugly Thing.
780
01:05:34,389 --> 01:05:35,337
Daph?
781
01:05:36,405 --> 01:05:39,219
- Daph, are you okay?
- I think so.
782
01:05:43,221 --> 01:05:45,009
Guess this is it, huh?
783
01:05:45,621 --> 01:05:46,897
Oh, baby.
784
01:05:48,853 --> 01:05:50,609
I'm afraid.
785
01:05:52,853 --> 01:05:54,413
What a wimp, huh?
786
01:05:55,349 --> 01:05:57,585
That doesn't make you a wimp.
787
01:05:58,932 --> 01:06:00,842
Makes you human.
788
01:06:06,229 --> 01:06:07,374
The Skeleton Men.
789
01:06:09,269 --> 01:06:12,236
- He does that when he gets nervous.
- Sorry.
790
01:06:25,621 --> 01:06:28,785
- Here, Shaggy, take this.
- Why are you giving this to me?

791
01:06:28,948 --> 01:06:31,021
I'll distract those skeletal screwballs.
792
01:06:31,189 --> 01:06:34,156
- Get this to the Monster Hive.
- Us?
793
01:06:34,325 --> 01:06:35,535
You're faster than me.
794
01:06:35,700 --> 01:06:39,083
Once there, just plug it into the base.
Push this button.
795
01:06:39,252 --> 01:06:41,903
I fixed it so it will destroy all the monsters.
796
01:06:42,709 --> 01:06:44,083
But...
797
01:06:44,565 --> 01:06:47,467
...we can't.
- We're screwups.
798
01:06:47,636 --> 01:06:50,189
We tried to be heroes like you guys,
but we're not.
799
01:06:50,356 --> 01:06:52,080
- We're just not.
- No.
800
01:06:52,245 --> 01:06:53,619
Like me?
801
01:06:56,724 --> 01:07:00,336
That's funny.
I always wanted to be like you guys.
802
01:07:01,461 --> 01:07:05,803
You guys are so free. You're never afraid
to be who you really are.
803
01:07:06,068 --> 01:07:10,803
Whether you're fearful or joyful or hungry.

804
01:07:12,148 --> 01:07:14,320
I think you've been heroes all along.
805
01:07:15,253 --> 01:07:16,944
You just haven't known it.
806
01:07:20,372 --> 01:07:21,321
Here I go.
807
01:07:25,749 --> 01:07:27,178
Heroes.
808
01:07:27,829 --> 01:07:29,203
Heroes.
809
01:07:29,524 --> 01:07:31,696
On your knees, knave.
810
01:07:31,861 --> 01:07:33,454
Can't you see we're talking?
811
01:07:34,580 --> 01:07:36,882
Talking is for wimps.
812
01:07:39,093 --> 01:07:41,743
You can't fool me
with that macho faade.
813
01:07:42,293 --> 01:07:45,489
You're just afraid to show
your sensitive side.
814
01:07:46,613 --> 01:07:48,784
You've touched my inner child.
815
01:07:49,940 --> 01:07:51,599
And he's really mad!
816
01:07:53,493 --> 01:07:54,922
Come on, Scoob.
817
01:07:58,293 --> 01:08:01,773
Miner 49er!
818
01:08:16,693 --> 01:08:19,246

I'll get you, you varmints!


819
01:08:45,845 --> 01:08:47,754
Dead end.
820
01:08:50,133 --> 01:08:53,199
Remember when we were young
and you used to wear that jumper?
821
01:08:54,804 --> 01:08:57,935
- What? Me? In a jumper?
- And we used to watch cable?
822
01:09:04,789 --> 01:09:05,803
Do it!
823
01:09:10,932 --> 01:09:12,307
Lights out.
824
01:09:17,013 --> 01:09:18,474
Blackout! Blackout!
825
01:09:28,341 --> 01:09:29,289
Oh, crap.
826
01:09:49,205 --> 01:09:52,074
Take this, daddy-o. It's a real gas.
827
01:10:02,612 --> 01:10:04,881
Come on. Let's go, Scoob!
828
01:10:07,732 --> 01:10:09,456
My glasses.
829
01:10:09,940 --> 01:10:12,722
Oh, brother. Not again.
830
01:10:13,365 --> 01:10:15,885
I've got to consider contact lenses.
831
01:10:16,693 --> 01:10:17,641
What?
832
01:10:34,612 --> 01:10:38,158
Some kind of scary bat.

833
01:10:39,893 --> 01:10:41,322
Wait a minute.
834
01:10:44,148 --> 01:10:45,642
That's the pterodactyl.
835
01:10:47,348 --> 01:10:49,258
The Pterodactyl Ghost.
836
01:10:52,565 --> 01:10:53,994
What's this?
837
01:11:11,669 --> 01:11:13,010
A shrine!
838
01:11:13,941 --> 01:11:16,362
To Jonathan Jacobo?
839
01:11:17,972 --> 01:11:20,525
But who would be so obsessed with him?
840
01:11:25,620 --> 01:11:26,568
Velma.
841
01:11:28,341 --> 01:11:29,421
Lose something?
842
01:11:39,444 --> 01:11:40,557
Patrick.
843
01:11:44,724 --> 01:11:46,131
What are you doing here?
844
01:11:47,093 --> 01:11:49,678
I'm trying to solve this mystery.
Same as you.
845
01:11:51,060 --> 01:11:54,802
That is what you're doing, right?
Trying to solve this mystery?
846
01:11:54,965 --> 01:11:56,274
Yes.
847
01:11:58,005 --> 01:12:01,136

Why are you so obsessed


with Jonathan Jacobo?
848
01:12:03,188 --> 01:12:06,058
- What are you talking about?
- No way, Jose.
849
01:12:06,420 --> 01:12:07,565
Velma.
850
01:12:12,948 --> 01:12:14,541
Stay away from me.
851
01:12:15,893 --> 01:12:17,005
I know who you are.
852
01:12:24,660 --> 01:12:28,075
- Velma, let go of the grate.
- So I can fall to my death?
853
01:12:28,244 --> 01:12:29,837
No, so I can pull you up.
854
01:12:33,044 --> 01:12:36,525
- You gotta trust me.
- No. I only trust the facts.
855
01:12:36,692 --> 01:12:39,824
And all the facts say
that you're the Evil Masked Figure.
856
01:12:41,172 --> 01:12:43,059
What does your heart say?
857
01:12:43,221 --> 01:12:47,214
I don't know.
It's beating too loud for me to hear.
858
01:12:48,373 --> 01:12:50,925
Look deeper. You gotta trust me.
859
01:13:05,301 --> 01:13:06,577
You saved my life.
860
01:13:09,812 --> 01:13:11,022
Patrick!

861
01:13:14,453 --> 01:13:15,500
Velma!
862
01:13:15,765 --> 01:13:17,674
That thing just flew off with Patrick!
863
01:13:17,844 --> 01:13:21,837
The best we can do for him is get
that control panel back where it belongs.
864
01:13:23,508 --> 01:13:24,620
Where is it?
865
01:13:26,612 --> 01:13:29,427
I gave it to Shaggy and Scooby.
866
01:13:30,165 --> 01:13:34,387
That's weird. It sounded like you just said
you gave it to Shaggy and Scooby.
867
01:13:44,980 --> 01:13:46,889
I think we lost them.
868
01:13:48,532 --> 01:13:50,866
Scoob, we made it.
869
01:13:52,084 --> 01:13:55,019
You should never have locked those locks.
870
01:13:55,188 --> 01:13:57,643
Now you're stuck in here with me!
871
01:13:57,812 --> 01:14:00,561
The Cotton Candy Glob.
872
01:14:00,756 --> 01:14:03,822
- Cotton Candy Glob?
- Cotton Candy Glob?
873
01:14:04,820 --> 01:14:06,479
Yes.
874
01:14:13,780 --> 01:14:17,609
- No! I'll give you cavities!
- I don't see Shaggy and Scooby anywhere.

875
01:14:17,780 --> 01:14:20,846
Poor guys are probably running around
helpless and terrified.
876
01:14:24,436 --> 01:14:27,916
This is like the greatest day
of our lives, Scoob.
877
01:14:28,084 --> 01:14:30,899
Finally, a monster
we could sink our teeth into.
878
01:14:31,060 --> 01:14:35,762
I'm kind of thirsty. I wonder if there's
a Liter-sized Soda Glob anywhere?
879
01:14:35,924 --> 01:14:39,121
- Come on, guys. We have to hurry.
- Come on.
880
01:14:39,285 --> 01:14:41,903
We have to get this
control panel back before...
881
01:14:48,916 --> 01:14:50,509
Before exactly that happens.
882
01:14:50,676 --> 01:14:54,288
At last I have you, Mystery Inc.
883
01:14:54,868 --> 01:14:58,829
You'll never make it past my monsters.
884
01:14:58,996 --> 01:15:02,192
We've taken these jerks before, gang.
Let's do it again.
885
01:15:06,516 --> 01:15:10,640
- Fred!
- It's not them you need to worry about.
886
01:15:12,852 --> 01:15:14,761
Now you are stuck in my trap.
887
01:15:15,540 --> 01:15:16,653
Daphne!

888
01:15:19,860 --> 01:15:20,939
Daph!
889
01:15:26,420 --> 01:15:27,827
Gotcha!
890
01:15:29,524 --> 01:15:30,931
Go! Daphne!
891
01:15:31,092 --> 01:15:32,434
- Velma!
- I'm open!
892
01:15:37,044 --> 01:15:38,800
Shaggy! Here!
893
01:15:41,172 --> 01:15:42,121
Come on!
894
01:15:45,524 --> 01:15:48,591
Soon your friends will be dead...
895
01:15:48,756 --> 01:15:50,545
...and Coolsville destroyed.
896
01:15:51,252 --> 01:15:53,259
My revenge will be final...
897
01:15:53,908 --> 01:15:57,170
...and there's nothing you can do about it.
898
01:15:57,653 --> 01:15:58,830
Help, Velma!
899
01:16:01,844 --> 01:16:02,793
Daphne?
900
01:16:04,948 --> 01:16:07,665
- Shaggy?
- Scoob...
901
01:16:22,228 --> 01:16:23,919
Dude.
902
01:16:30,484 --> 01:16:34,129

- Like, frostbite never felt so good!


- Stop them!
903
01:16:35,892 --> 01:16:38,543
- Go long, Scoob!
- Okay.
904
01:16:41,524 --> 01:16:43,182
Here, doggy-doggy.
905
01:16:45,268 --> 01:16:46,348
Rail glide!
906
01:16:46,516 --> 01:16:49,483
Watch this! Roll barrel!
907
01:16:57,300 --> 01:16:58,642
Hang time!
908
01:17:01,748 --> 01:17:04,498
End of the line, Doo!
909
01:17:05,300 --> 01:17:07,689
Come here, you worthless mutt!
910
01:17:33,460 --> 01:17:34,474
Scoob!
911
01:17:41,300 --> 01:17:43,155
You can do it, buddy!
912
01:17:54,996 --> 01:17:57,931
You can't do this to me!
913
01:17:58,100 --> 01:18:00,718
Who do you think you are?
914
01:18:01,524 --> 01:18:02,833
Scooby...
915
01:18:02,996 --> 01:18:04,174
...Dooby...
916
01:18:04,340 --> 01:18:05,288
...Doo!

917
01:18:09,204 --> 01:18:10,797
No!
918
01:18:35,060 --> 01:18:36,882
My monsters!
919
01:18:43,860 --> 01:18:46,413
You did it! You saved us all!
920
01:18:46,580 --> 01:18:47,824
I know.
921
01:18:57,779 --> 01:19:01,041
Do you know the identity
of the Evil Masked Figure behind it all?
922
01:19:01,204 --> 01:19:04,335
If our hunch is correct,
the Evil Masked Figure is...
923
01:19:04,499 --> 01:19:05,677
No!
924
01:19:10,163 --> 01:19:11,440
Heather Jasper-Howe.
925
01:19:14,132 --> 01:19:16,882
But she was at the museum
when the Masked Figure was on the roof.
926
01:19:17,044 --> 01:19:18,931
You almost had me there, didn't you?
927
01:19:19,092 --> 01:19:22,441
Lucky for her, she had an assistant
helping her with her evil plans.
928
01:19:24,244 --> 01:19:25,193
Ned.
929
01:19:28,051 --> 01:19:30,507
<i>When I realized</i>
<i>she was the Evil Masked Figure...</i>
930
01:19:30,675 --> 01:19:32,912
<i>... he quickly changed into her costume.</i>

931
01:19:33,076 --> 01:19:34,188
But why did she do it?
932
01:19:34,356 --> 01:19:38,546
Because Heather Jasper-Howe
is actually...
933
01:19:42,580 --> 01:19:44,969
...Doctor Jonathan Jacobo.
934
01:19:45,652 --> 01:19:47,953
The original Pterodactyl Ghost.
935
01:19:48,116 --> 01:19:49,676
But how do you know this?
936
01:19:49,844 --> 01:19:53,935
A photo, taken of Jacobo
in front of the Coolsonian.
937
01:19:54,100 --> 01:19:57,329
Jacobo supposedly died
a year before construction even began.
938
01:19:57,492 --> 01:20:00,841
So Jacobo survived that fall
off the prison wall.
939
01:20:01,332 --> 01:20:05,555
He adapted the false Heather Jasper-Howe
persona to turn the press against us.
940
01:20:05,716 --> 01:20:07,374
Then he framed Old Man Wickles...
941
01:20:07,540 --> 01:20:10,856
...by putting that book
and The Black Knight Ghost in his mansion.
942
01:20:11,028 --> 01:20:14,094
As if you getting the lead
in <i>My Fair Lady</i> wasn't enough!
943
01:20:14,260 --> 01:20:18,035
I was an excellent Eliza!
You were too act-y.

944
01:20:18,196 --> 01:20:20,051
And stealing my Tater Tots!
945
01:20:20,212 --> 01:20:22,186
You kept saying you felt puffy!
946
01:20:23,188 --> 01:20:26,188
And the real identity of Ned is...
947
01:20:29,332 --> 01:20:30,510
Ned.
948
01:20:32,819 --> 01:20:36,780
I would have gotten away with it
if it weren't for those meddling punks...
949
01:20:36,948 --> 01:20:38,410
...and their dumb dog!
950
01:20:43,444 --> 01:20:47,273
- You were a dude this whole time?
- Of course, <i>dummkopf</i>.
951
01:20:48,083 --> 01:20:49,610
But we cuddled.
952
01:20:55,284 --> 01:20:57,389
- Hi.
- Hi.
953
01:20:58,580 --> 01:21:01,875
Listen, Velma, I know
that must have seemed very suspicious...
954
01:21:02,035 --> 01:21:05,199
...but you've got to believe me
that I had nothing to do with...
955
01:21:06,164 --> 01:21:07,593
I trust you.
956
01:21:08,339 --> 01:21:09,866
Listen, Patrick.
957
01:21:11,060 --> 01:21:14,737

I'm not glamorous or mysterious.


958
01:21:15,444 --> 01:21:17,069
But one thing that's true is...
959
01:21:19,220 --> 01:21:20,910
...that I like you.
960
01:21:22,228 --> 01:21:23,373
Very much.
961
01:21:25,075 --> 01:21:28,424
And I would like
to go out with you again.
962
01:21:29,236 --> 01:21:32,400
But this time, I will go as myself.
963
01:21:35,540 --> 01:21:38,703
Yeah, I'd like that, more than anything.
964
01:21:40,019 --> 01:21:41,197
Okay.
965
01:21:44,788 --> 01:21:48,104
<i>Mystery Inc.! Mystery Inc.!</i>
966
01:21:49,844 --> 01:21:51,698
They're cheering for us again.
967
01:21:51,924 --> 01:21:52,872
Yep.
968
01:21:53,044 --> 01:21:56,143
I always thought that was
the best thing in the world.
969
01:21:56,308 --> 01:21:58,674
I guess I found something
a little bit better.
970
01:22:00,820 --> 01:22:04,235
- Can we get your photo in this?
- Yes.
971
01:22:12,371 --> 01:22:14,608

Yikes! A monster!
972
01:22:20,084 --> 01:22:23,467
- Like, Scoob, it's me, man!
- Shaggy!
973
01:22:33,012 --> 01:22:35,532
Scooby-Dooby-Doo!
974
01:22:37,716 --> 01:22:39,472
Sing it up, Ruben.
975
01:22:43,764 --> 01:22:44,712
Everybody.
976
01:23:06,036 --> 01:23:07,442
Come on, Shaggy.
977
01:23:10,292 --> 01:23:11,721
Get down.
978
01:28:35,796 --> 01:28:38,130
Game Boy Advance secret code.