I should probably get to making the formatting of each episode on the main LaL article: with the episode name (no link, just plan text), airdate, main image, short premise and the episode results. Any idea how the formatting should be like? Another formatting we could work with is interlinking each episode to the LaL wiki.
Also, a user created a category by the name of "LGBT Characters". Is this category necessary to you? Because I'm not sure if it is or not. There isn't that many LGBT characters confined, there was the Mystery inc. incarnation of Velma, Marcie Fleach, Wanda Sykes and (if you consider it) there was also Snagglepuss (who of which was stated many times as a LGBT character).
You can do Laff-a-Lympics page any way you want, and I'll just check on it when you're done.
And about the LGBT characters, I don't think we're quite there yet. I wouldn't really count Wanda Sykes (not that I even knew about that, but still), because how it applies to her cartoon form, doesn't amount to much. Also not really sure on Snagglepuss, that's like saying Velma has been gay all along, when that was never the case. They made Snagglepuss gay in the DC Comics reboot, but that's another story, literally.
I think I'll go with the first formatting and also use the interlinking idea, that way it gives the reader more information about each episode.
It's not just the comics though (they were actually probably made because of "Snagglepuss being said LGBT") I do believe there was a tweet by Joseph Barbera about this aswell and also some other shows made statements about this, for an example in a "The Simpsons" appearance Huck revivals to the viewers that "he was so gay, but he couldn't tell anyone, not even Snagglepuss and he was gayer than Huck was" though this wasn't canon and is unofficial.
The comics weren't actually canon ether. I did actually read though all of these and it most commonly made alot of these characters LGBT characters like Snagglepuss, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, Peter Potamus and Squiddly Diddly through none of these characters (besides Snagglepuss) have actually been confirmed LGBT, but it's DC's way of doing things.
| [[File:Rottens pass Huck in Alps race.png|thumb|]]
| ''[[w:c:laffalympics:The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan| The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan]]''
| September 10, 1977
| Three teams of athletes compete in sports events around the world. In this case they ski, skate, and ride toboggans in [[Switzerland]]; and sumo wrestle, play tennis, and play baseball in [[Tokyo]], [[Japan]].
| Scoobys: 105 (gold) Yogis: 80 (silver) Rottens: 65 (bronze)
I'm glad you like it. I worked really hard to get those in the right possession.
Joe, making threats to a writer about it? That's our Joseph Barbera for you. The main reason why people think Snagglepuss is LGBT is because his lavender fur, his lisping speech and his fondness for the theatrical.
Confirmedly, Snagglepuss isn't LGBT (if Joe said it himself), his accent was based on a celebrity (as with most early 1957-1962 characters were) also, on a side note both Warner Bros. and DC comics like to go with what the fans think (even though some of it isn't exactly accurate, such as "Scrappy ruining the francise" and the "Snagglepuss is gay" thing).
Hello! I've hot information for you. I've read on Wikipedia that episodes 14-26 of scooby doo and guess who aired on July 2, 2020. Is this a fake? If it's not, add this information to the pages, please!
My friends and I have been watching through the entire Scooby catalogue (currently making our way through Scrappy content) and I wanted to thank you for your efforts in maintaining this wiki. It has been very useful in our efforts to understand the connections and continuities of the franchise.
Hello, I have been reading through the Scoobypedia and I must commend you, TheAtomicLight, for your unrelenting devotion to the Scooby-Doo universe (the Scoobyverse as I like to call it). You have won the internet for today good sir. :D