Mystery 105 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts DOESN’T put the gang in a submarine. What a rip, amrite?! It does put the gang in Acapulco to watch a cliff diving competition though. While there, an Aztec monster begins to terrorize anyone who gets close to a sea cave. There couldn’t possibly be anything suspicious going on. Totally normal. Everything’s fine.
Mystery 104 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has the gang at the Grand Canyon where they meet some archeologists that are being harassed by a Devil Bear. Enter the Devil Bear. It’s literally just a bear. Well, a bear with a necklace and some eye makeup. This wasn’t one of the cleverer monsters. I guess they can’t all be Ziggy Stardust ghosts and bug monsters from the year 5000.
Mystery 103 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts sends the gang to Japan to see a baseball game. America is in the running to win the Baseball Diamond – a huge ass diamond that apparently hitting a ball really well entitles you to own. Problem is, a plushy, cuddly looking demon is haunting the Tokyo baseball stadium. Apparently that’s a problem. But it’s the gang’s type of problem!
Mystery 102 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has, you guessed it, a scary sky skeleton! The gang are headed to see Daphne’s high school girlfriend Wendy (head cannon confirmed!) perform in the Sky Circus, but a scary sky skeleton shows up to ruin the fun. Computer punch cards, mud, and biplanes abound in this episode!
Mystery 101 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has a major plot hole right off the bat: why does this snake demon have arms and legs? If snakes have arms and legs, are they even snakes anymore? Aren’t they just lizards?! So many questions and so little time to answer them in as the gang go from Haiti to Miami to New Orleans and the snake demon follows!
Mystery 100 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has a neon phantom terrorizing Hollywood. He’s sucking the electricity out of the Hollywood Bowl and trying to shut down a roller disco. One of those seems a little more important than the other. But guess what the end goal is? It’s just a roller disco. A single roller disco. Why the gang even cares enough to solve this one is beyond me, but they ditch a movie at the Chinese Theatre to help. A single roller disco.
It’s a very special episode of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts with our 100 Mystery Spooktacular! We’ve done 100 mysteries! That’s quite a backlog of episodes – and we haven’t even been on air for a year yet! We are truly industrious!
To celebrate our spooky journey through 5 different Scooby Doo series, we’re taking a look back at some favourite moments, some hated moments, some headcannons, some trivia, and – the best part – bloopers! A solid 26 minutes of bloopers! Tell me you’re not interested!