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  • Hello Dr. Dementor!

    My name is plummye and I have been a fan of scooby-doo since I can remember. I have also (recently) graduated with a bachelor in statistics. During lockdown I have had quite a lot of free time on my hands so I have decided to start a project of watching every single scooby doo episode and tracking over 70 variables for each episode in a massive spreadsheet. This site has helped a whole lot with about a fifth of all the variables that can be pulled from each episode page like release date, episode name, voice actors and episode order. The rest have been quite a toll to make. From counting each characters' main catchphrases to jotting down who catches the monster, who unmasks the monster, the type of monster, and so many more, is the monster real, motive.... It has been a slog recently but I am almost through the scrappy doo saga. My main question is would you be interested in some graphs from the data if not the whole sheet (when it is done) for the wiki. Here are some screenshots of the spreadsheet along with some of the graphs I made (with the uncomplete data I have). Again thank you and the rest of this wiki for making my project ever so easier!
    Monsterrealorno
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  • I consider him a suspect because he scared the gang in the tunnel and Mark doesn't like him

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  • Ok before anything thank you for all your recent edits and for all the hard work you been doing. Ok time for the really dumb qestion if you look in images there three Cronobeast images I'm going to make a base page for the Cronobeast but I cant decide on what image I should use or should I go back to the epsiodie and get a new pic I dont know what to do I just need a another human's opinion.

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    • I never said that Darryl was guilty, just suspicious for his attitude towards Shaggy and Scooby, as if he wanted to hide something and didn't want them at camp. He might not be Woodman when he attacked at the beginning of the film, but remember that several culprits pretended to have been attacked even by their own accomplices to make it more real and there is the case of passive observers who just because they are looking at the situation could be potential suspects, like the Redbeard Ghost's butler and that doorman who worked in Daphne's aunt's building (the one she thought was the monstrous cat).

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    • I never said you said he's guilty I wanted you tell he could be gulity aka a suspect rember who Scooby Doo is made for dumb little kids and all the chacters the show/movie tries present as suspects have to make sinice to a five year old whos never seen scooby doo in hes little life and from dumb little Jimmy point of view sinice Darryl was attack by Woodsman he cant be the Woodsman and because little Jimmy has no obvious proof that someone could be working with woodsman Darryl can not be the woodsman. (Side Note: Darryl probably just works at the camps for money so his acions towards Scooby and Shaggy arent weird heck the only resion he probably work at little moose was childhood nostalgia)

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  • In Scooby Doo Scare Camp, why did you change the part where Darryl was named as one of the suspects? If you saw the movie and I believe you did, you should consider his strange attitude of having kicked Shaggy and Scooby out of Big Moose for no apparent reason. Of course, in the end it is known that he was not guilty, but it was still suspect that he did so.

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    • What do you mean no reason? They were trying to eat their camp's pizza. The other campers were mad about that too.

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    • Even so, his action against Shaggy and Scooby was very strange, considering that Darryl had previously been a Little Moose prefect. It seemed that he was hiding something and that he didn't want anyone snooping. And isn't that how many of Scooby Doo's villains act?

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    • No, just no.

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  • I'm not quite sure why you deleted this image. It is relevant to Scooby-Doo. It is a single that was released as part of the SCOOB album.

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  • Why do you keep deleting the tourists when they actually do appear 

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  • Must say the new scoob trailer is awesome 👏. 

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  • Hey there! I noticed the final SCOOB! trailer released. I posted some suggestions here which I wanted to draw your attention to. Feel free to chime in and implement what you see fit. :) --Spongebob456 talk@fandom 17:57, March 5, 2020 (UTC)

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  • I was seeing italics around "(formerly)", which I didn't agree with until at least yesterday, but I also thought maybe it would suit "(incarcerated)", "(deceased)", and "(retired)" to make it stand out as being different.

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  • My new view of canon, is that comics, books, and video games shouldn't be admonished because of their mediums, which I was doing, because that's the way I view it when all media of TV and films get this kind of extended universe type treatment. But with the continuing way WB let things happen (with a new iteration of Batman every time he pops up, and the films of this year), it kinda seems pointless at this point. Especially when the comics have tried harder with continuity, especially the Team-Up books.

    And outside of comics, I would like to treat some cartoons as canon:

    • Dynomutt
    • Laff-a-Lympics (not fully with episodes, but if we have the pages for characters, locations, etc. that appeared outside of Laff-a-Lympics, then we can let in that info, too)
    • Johnny Bravo
    • The Scooby-Doo Project
    • Night of the Living Doo
    • Those Meddling Kids
    • An Evening with the Scooby-Doo Gang (it's small, and that's why I didn't treat it legit, because it was a DVD extra)
    • Bat-Mite's Strangest Cases
    • Mystery Map

    Not canon:

    • Harvey Birdman
    • Scoobynatural

    Still separate universes (so "canon" is mute)

    • Scooby Goes Hollywood
    • Raja Gosnell films
    • First Frights/Spooky Swamp (I look at that particular series as its own universe)
    • Brian Levant films
    • SDMI
    • BCSD
    • Scooby Apocalypse
    • Scoob

    I've also reconsidered having a page for Monster Party from OK K.O., but I wouldn't consider that to be canon, and I don't think we need pages of the main characters of OK K.O.

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