Mystery 75 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has the gang solving a car related mystery at the Grand Prix! You know this means the gang ends up ‘jacking a race car and blazing down the desert highway at top speed! And yet top speed isn’t as quick as when Scooby picks up the race car and Fred fucking Flintstone’s it with his feet down the road! We also have a large part of this episode without Shaggy because he gets his ass kidnapped. Unsurprisingly, things get done without him. I think we all know who needs to gracefully exit the group…*cough, cough* … Velma!
Mystery 74 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts introduces us to another member of the Scooby family with the famous movie actress Scooby Dee. She’s Scooby Doo and Dum’s cousin and yet they’re always macking on her. Hear us be really creeped out by this development! Among other things too. Like how Fred needs to be the top of the human pyramid or Velma solves the mystery based on the ghost’s bad eye sight. This diller movie thriller is as chiller as they come! That made no sense… we blame the original title writer!
Mystery 73 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has the most ridiculous base story we’ve yet to see – Fred is competing in a hang gliding contest! Isn’t that so bizarre?! What’s even more bizarre is the villain they face off against in this windy canyon. It’s a pterodactyl! Or, more accurately, the ghost of a pterodactyl. The gang end up in its creepy caves where they hear some rockin’ music, see some freaky cave drawings, and watch Scooby cling on for dear life when he accidentally ends up on a hang glider!
Mystery 72 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has vampires after the gang! They’re on Great Skull Island for their friend Lisa’s 18th birthday party where she’ll become the legal owner of a luxury hotel. But apparently vampires don’t want that to happen. For… reasons. So the gang offer their services and Daphne almost gets molested by a vampire, Shaggy loses his shit when he discovers the ballroom full of coffins, and Fred just seems to want a vacation. Poor Fred. No rest for the wicked. Or Scooby Dum, who makes his third appearance so far!
Mystery 71 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts has Velma’s Uncle John being kidnapped by burly bearded Scandinavian men! With Viking ships that sail in towards their cursed burial site, we find ourselves frustrated by Velma’s entire family. It’s a hereditary thing. Join the gang in their winter wear for a steam-filed, Viking romp through terror. If that doesn’t appeal to you, Amelia really tears into Billy about his bland food choice if you prefer that! Which of course you do!
Mystery 70 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts is a stat count of the first season of The Scooby Doo Show. Like the stat counts before, we explore the property damage and the miles travelled by these kids, along with some basic stats like how many times Shaggy says zoinks, how many times Fred has his hand in his pocket, and just how danger prone Daphne really is!
FYI: We made a mistake here! We said that there was only one season of The Scooby Doo Show but we (meaning Billy) were wrong! Don’t hold it against us (meaning Billy)!
Mystery 69 of Scooby Dos or Scooby Don’ts is a force-fed lesson on American history… oh joy. The gang head to the Smithsonian, no, we’re sorry, the Splitsonian. Why they can’t use the actual museum we have no idea but the name change doesn’t stop them from cramming the dullest of American history down our throats. Now listen, Amelia loves history, and we’re Canadian so we know dull early history (French people hunting beavers is like, two hundred and fifty years of our history) but this was too much!
To pay tribute to this sect of Scooby Doo history, Billy is introducing the Dynomutt Minute, in which he has one minute to cover what happened in the adjoining Dynomutt episode. Sometimes the Scooby gang shows up, but sometimes it’s just a Batman-esque hero with his clumsy robot dog. Should be a frantic fun time!