- This article is about the film. For other uses, see SCOOB! (disambiguation).
SCOOB! is a CGI animated film, based upon the Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons produced by Hanna-Barbera, and a reboot of the series, which includes other Hanna-Barbera franchises owned by Warner Bros. under WanerMedia. It is animated by Reel FX. After the COVID-19 outbreak, its theatrical release was temporarily postponed before simply switching to Digital on Demand.
- 1 Premise
- 2 Synopsis
- 3 Characters
- 4 Locations
- 5 Objects
- 6 Vehicles
- 7 Suspects
- 8 Cast
- 9 Songs
- 10 Production
- 11 Notes/Trivia
- 12 Home media
- 13 Gallery
- 14 Quotes
- 15 References
- 16 External links
Mystery Inc. rally other heroes to prevent a dogpocalypse from being unleashed, which will bring about the release of the ghost of Cerberus, and a secret history behind Mystery Inc.'s mascot, Scooby-Doo. Meanwhile, Dick Dastardly attempts to steal treasure from the Underworld.
At Venice Beach, California, an unmanned, stray puppy is wandering the streets looking for food. He comes across a restaurant, Alexander's Great Gyros, and sees a giant piece of meat hanging in the window. Seeing as how the meat was unclaimed, the puppy thinks nothing of picking it up and stealing it.
The shop owner calls out as his meat is being stolen and a cop starts pursuing the puppy. In the midst of the pursuit, the puppy bumps into a young boy, Shaggy, who is walking by himself to the beach. However, the puppy keeps on running away from the cop, paying little regard to Shaggy.
Shaggy plugs in earbuds and begins listening to music on his phone. The song he is listening to is about loneliness, so he changes the music station. The next song is also about loneliness, so he changes the music station again. This continues on for a few songs until he gives up and begins listening to a podcast, only to find out that it is about loneliness.
After a long chase, the puppy eventually escapes the cop by hiding behind two mounds of sand. Shaggy then comes up to the mounds of sand, unaware of the puppy's presence, and sets up a picnic, pretending that the mounds of sand were his friends.
The puppy starts to feel empathetic towards Shaggy and comes out from behind the sand, offering to eat with Shaggy. When Shaggy explains that while he has a sandwich to share but that it doesn't contain any meat, the puppy brings out the stolen piece of gyro meat and cuts slices for the sandwich.
The cop finally finds Shaggy and the puppy and insists that "this mangy stray is coming with me." Shaggy refuses and claims that the puppy is his dog and that his name is Snacks. When the cop doesn't believe the name, Shaggy corrects himself and says that his name is Scooby-Dooby-Doo. The cop then lets them be, as the law is that dogs with middle names can't be arrested. Shaggy tells the puppy, now named Scooby, that he can be his dog if he liked. Scooby agrees and they head home to Shaggy's house.
Once at home, Shaggy shows Scooby his room, which is filled with memorabilia of Blue Falcon and Dynomutt, Shaggy's favorite superheroes. Shaggy then gives Scooby a gift, a custom collar for him, which Scooby swears to never take off.
On Halloween night, Shaggy and Scooby, dressed up as Blue Falcon and Dynomutt, go trick-or-treating. They come to the Rigby House, a mansion that Shaggy claims is haunted. They begin to walk away when two bullies steal their bag of candy and throw it into the Rigby House. After the bullies run away, Shaggy and Scooby meet Fred, Daphne, and Velma, a group of friends, who want to make sure they're okay after being picked on. They offer to go into the house and try to get their candy back.
When they walk into the house they are attacked by a ghost who chases them around. During the commotion, Velma notices that the ghost is attached to a moving wire system in the ceiling. Fred cuts the wire with an ax that was hanging on the wall and the ghost falls down, only to be tied up by Daphne and Velma, and attacked by Fred.
Upon looking more carefully at the ghost they discover that he isn't a ghost and is actually Mr. Rigby, wearing a mask. Shaggy and Scooby discover a secret hidden room, filled to the brim with expensive, stolen electronics. The police arrive and take away Mr. Rigby. The five friends, happy with their success in stopping a crime decide to pursue mystery solving.
A montage ensues in which the gang solves a variety of cases and takedown classic monsters from Where Are You. Throughout the montage, they transition into adults.
Fast forward to years later and the gang is eating at a diner, contemplating what their next mystery will be. Fred, Velma, and Daphne are all ready to make Mystery Inc. more professional. Velma explains that Simon Cowell, the celebrity television host, is considering investing. Cowell shows up to the diner and explains that for him to invest in Mystery Inc. they need to be a better group. He says that Shaggy and Scooby aren't pulling their weight and that they add nothing to the dynamic of the team.
Feeling unwanted and abandoned, Shaggy and Scooby go to Takamoto Bowl, a bowling alley, to hang out and cool off. Scooby knocks down all of the bowling pins but one in his first shot. He knocks down the second one, but it jumps back up as if it was alive. Suddenly, a pair of red eyes appear in the bowling pin, but before Scooby can show Shaggy, they disappear. Scooby waits for his ball to come back in the ball return. When it doesn't come back for a while, they start to suspect that something is off.
Suddenly, the bowling pins and balls transform into little robots! They begin firing lasers at Shaggy and Scooby, who slide down a bowling lane to escape them. They pretend to be cashiers, working at the bowling alley, and try to take food orders from the robots. But the robots catch on to their charade and start chasing them again.
While this is going on, Fred, Velma, and Daphne get an alert that there are robots attacking the bowling alley. Remembering that Shaggy and Scooby like to go there, they fear that their friends are in trouble and rush over to help them.
Shaggy and Scooby go into an alley behind to bowling alley and are about to be caught by the robots when all of a sudden a blue light beams them up into the sky. They are sucked into the interior of a futuristic airplane. Upon looking around, Shaggy realizes that they are inside the Falcon Fury, Blue Falcon's plane. They are welcomed by Dee Dee Skyes, who is the pilot of the Falcon Fury.
She explains that the robots were sent by a man named Dick Dastardly who wants to kill Shaggy and Scooby, although she does not yet know why he wants to do so. They arrive at the center of the ship, where Blue Falcon makes an entrance.
While Shaggy and Scooby are initially excited to see Blue Falcon, they are confused, as he looks very different. Dynomutt appears and reveals that actually, he is the original Blue Falcon's son, Brian, and that he has taken over the position of being a superhero. Brian, now the new Blue Falcon, explains that his dad is now in a retirement home.
All at once, an alarm goes off in the ship alerting that Dick Dastardly and his ship, The Mean Machine, are close by. Dee Dee explains that he tracked Shaggy and Scooby from the bowling alley to the ship. They run up to the helm of the ship and a chase ensues!
Dastardly orders the robots, who he calls Rottens, to attack the Falcon Fury. He explains to them that if he doesn't get to the ship he'll never get his "treasure."
Inside the Falcon Fury, Dynomutt, Blue Falcon, and Dee Dee explain to Shaggy and Scooby that Dastardly is collecting the skulls of Cerberus, although they still don't know what they have to do with Shaggy and Scooby, or why Dastardly wants them. They reveal that Dastardly already has one and that if they don't stop him, he'll get the other two. Their mission is to collect them before he can.
The Mean Machine latches onto the Falcon Fury using harpoons and is about to drag it in when Dee Dee commands Dynomutt to send out the beam that sucked up Shaggy and Scooby, but to put it on the reverse setting, so that it pushes them away from the Mean Machine.
This works, and they escape Dastardly and the Mean Machine for the time being. They head back to the center of the ship, and Dynomutt comes to the conclusion that actually Dastardly wants Shaggy and Scooby alive, as he could have killed them earlier instead of just trying to capture them. Blue Falcon then says that Shaggy and Scooby are important, though they still don't know why, and that they'll need their help on their mission. Shaggy is reluctant to agree, as he still feels like the "weak link," but Scooby talks him into joining.
Meanwhile, back at Takamoto Bowl, Fred, Velma, and Daphne are asking questions to figure out what happened to Shaggy and Scooby. They feel guilty for their disappearance, as they made them feel unwanted. When inquiring about the robots, the worker at Takamoto Bowl hands them a cardboard box with the remains of one of the Rottens.
Back in the Mystery Machine, Fred, Daphne, and Velma investigate the Rotten. They discover a loose hair on the robot and track it back to Dastardly Demolition, owned by Dick Dastardly. They find out that along with stealing the first skull of Cerberus he's also been stealing the genealogical records of many dogs. They decide to go after him and help Shaggy and Scooby. As they start to drive off, the Rotten, unbeknown to them, gains consciousness again.
Inside of the Mean Machine, Dastardly is lamenting over the fact that Scooby got away. He becomes upset at the Rottens because, in his mind, they are not nearly as good as his last sidekick, Muttley, a dog, who is no longer with him. One of the Rottens apologizes for their failure, but that only upsets Dastardly more. He calls him a "suck-up," and to prove a point to the other Rottens, he removes his head and replaces it with the top of a vacuum cleaner.
At the Falcon Fury, Dee Dee and Dynomutt are searching for the second skull by locating areas with high fossil density. Blue Falcon, on the other hand, is trying to find the skull by asking his social media followers if they know where it is. Shaggy and Scooby come in, their hands full of food. They prepare a "Scoob-Shag Specialty," ice cream and a jalapeño pepper. Dee Dee and Dynomutt figure out that the second skull is in the Gobi Desert and they urge Blue Falcon to go there with them. However, Blue Falcon decides instead to listen to a DM that says that the skull is in an abandoned amusement park in Romania.
Meanwhile, in the Mystery Machine, Velma reveals that by cross-matching the biographical data that Dastardly stole, she is able to determine that Scooby is the last descendant of Peritas, Alexander the Great's dog. Daphne makes the point to Fred and Velma that this is "our most important mystery ever," as it involves Scooby. Fred changes course, as he claims he "knows a shortcut."
The Falcon Fury arrives at Funland, the abandoned amusement park in Romania. As soon as they walk inside the park, the Mean Machine ascends from the sky. Dastardly and the Rottens fly down and Dastardly reveals that he was the one who sent Blue Falcon the DM and that he has just retrieved the second skull from the Gobi Desert.
Dynomutt offers to help them fight Dastardly but everyone runs away. The Rottens chase Shaggy and Scooby into an arcade, full of references and posters to other Hanna-Barbera characters. They play "whack-a-mole" with the Rottens, trying to destroy them. Dastardly breaks into the arcade and when Shaggy asks what he wants with him, Dastardly reveals that Shaggy isn't important at all and that he only wants Scooby.
Dastardly shoots Shaggy out of the arcade and he falls into a Ferris wheel seat where Blue Falcon happens to be hiding, although he claims that it is a "superior vantage point."
Scooby escapes the arcade and ventures into a house of mirrors, where Dastardly is waiting for him. Dastardly tells Scooby that if they join forces, he could make him "the most important dog in the world." He explains that Scooby is the key to something very important. Scooby refuses to help Dastardly and runs out of the house of mirrors, where more chaos is happening.
Shaggy and Blue Falcon deploy a Falcon bomb that detaches the Ferris wheel from the ground and sends them flying into an open roller-coaster cart. Dynomutt and Scooby jump onto the roller-coaster as well, after being chased by Dastardly on bumpy cars. Suddenly, Dee Dee deploys the tractor beam, which pulls them all up into the Falcon Fury, leaving Dastardly to fall many feet into the ground. He is then alerted by the Rotten in the Mystery Machine of the existence of Fred, Daphne, and Velma.
Back in the Falcon Fury, Blue Falcon is excited to hear that Dastardly finds Scooby so important. He decides that Scooby should have a super-suit so that he fits in with them. In the process of getting his suit, he has to take off his collar, something he vowed to never do. Shaggy walks away, feeling alone. When Blue Falcon goes to try to comfort Shaggy, Shaggy points out that they aren't too dissimilar, as Blue Falcon doesn't fit in because he's not like his father.
Fred, Daphne, and Velma, in the Mystery Machine, reminisce about the good times they had with Shaggy and Scooby. Velma finds out, by looking at a social media post, that they are with Blue Falcon. Suddenly, a cop car pursues them and pulls them over. It is love at first sight when Fred sees the cop, as he finds her extremely attractive. The cop, however, turns out to be Dastardly in disguise and he deploys his Rottens to pull Velma, Fred, and Daphne up into the Mean Machine and locks them in a cell.
Dusty, the Rotten with the vacuum head, walks by their cell. Daphne persuades him to let them out of the cage after cleaning out the dust in his head. They creep to the center of the Mean Machine, where they spy on Dastardly, who is using the two skulls of Cerberus to reveal that the third is hidden in a place called Messick Mountain.
Dusty points them to a room with a communications device. Velma hacks into Dynomutt, telling Dee Dee that the third skull is at Messick Mountain. In the room, they find a pinboard, revealing Dastardly's plans for Scooby. They learn that Scooby, being the descendant of Peritas, is the only one who can open up the gates to the Underworld, where Alexander the Great hid his treasure. They also find a display shelf of Muttley's things.
Dastardly breaks in, catching them. He reveals that Muttley is stuck in the Underworld, having gotten trapped there after a failed portal experiment. The Rottens then come in to take away Velma and Daphne, but Dastardly keeps Fred as he has "big plans" for him.
The Falcon Fury arrives at Messick Mountain, which turns out to have a Mesozoic ecosystem. Shaggy, feeling as if the Falcon Fury crew is tearing him and Scooby apart, tells Scooby that he must choose between him and them, as he won't go with them to Messick Mountain. Scooby chooses the Falcon Fury crew, leaving Shaggy alone.
While investigating the landscape of Messick Mountain, Blue Falcon and Scooby run into Captain Caveman, the protector of the third skull, which he calls a Slaghoople. He takes them to an arena, filled with other cavepeople, that to get the skull, they must defeat them in battle.
Fred, shows up to the Falcon Fury, alone in the Mystery Machine. He tells Shaggy that they need to go to Scooby, as he's in great danger.
Captain Caveman starts to battle with Scooby and Blue Falcon, overpowering them immensely, and even destroying Scooby's super-suit. Dee Dee and Dynomutt show up to help and Dynomutt knocks Captain Caveman into a wall, beating him. Fred and Shaggy show up in the Mystery Machine. Fred reveals that he isn't Fred at all and is actually Dastardly in disguise. The Mean Machine appears overhead and Velma, Daphne, and the real Fred are thrown overboard, although they are caught by the crew of the Falcon Fury. Dastardly kidnaps Scooby and escapes with him and the third skull on the Mean Machine.
The rest of the gang and the Falcon Fury crew head back to the ship, only to find that it has been destroyed by Dastardly. They are all ready to give up and expect their fate when Shaggy says that they can't give up, as Scooby is his best friend.
The Mean Machine goes to the Parthenon in Athens, Greece, and Dastardly ascends with the three skulls and Scooby. He connects the skulls which generates the gates to the Underworld and turns the sky dark. Suddenly, the Mystery Machine appears in the sky, having been transformed to have wings and jets. Dastardly orders for it to be shot down, but Dusty purposely misfires so that Daphne's life is saved. However, the Mystery Machine still falls to the ground, it's wings being shot off.
Dastardly forces Scooby's paw upon the lock of the gates, opening them up. Cerberus appears at the gates, something Dastardly was not expecting. Cerberus runs out, creating enough commotion for Scooby to run off to the Mystery Machine. The gang is finally reunited!
Dastardly goes into the Underworld, where he finds Muttley to be alive! They rejoice at seeing each other, grab as much treasure as they can carry, and run away from the Underworld.
The gang and the Falcon Fury crew begin attacking Cerberus. Fred and Velma go off to figure out how to close the gate, while the rest of them try to distract Cerberus. The Rottens, at the command of Dusty, deploy themselves, deciding to help the gang instead of Dastardly. Dynomutt finally warms up to Blue Falcon, telling him that he doesn't need to be the same as his dad to be a good superhero. This motivates him to activate his Falcon wings and help fight. Blue Falcon lures Cerberus to the gates and the Rottens, having transformed into bowling balls, trip him, which makes him fall back inside. Everyone helps to close the gate, although it still remains unlocked.
Fred, Velma, and Daphne reveal that to lock the gate, Scooby and Shaggy will both need to activate the lock, although one of them will have to do it from inside, trapping them in the Underworld forever. Shaggy, in a moment of heroism, volunteers and locks himself inside. Scooby activates the lock as well, and the gate locks and disappears, returning Greece back to its normal state.
They all begin to mourn over Shaggy when suddenly a portal appears, and Shaggy is returned back to the normal world. He and Scooby make up for the fight they had, and Shaggy puts Scooby's collar back on him.
The Rottens, now good, capture Muttley and Dastardly and bring them to the gang, all tied up. They unmask Dastardly, revealing him to be Simon Cowell. Upon realizing that this makes no sense, Velma unmasks him again, revealing him to only be Dastardly.
Back at Venice Beach, the gang has an opening ceremony for their new base. The Falcon Fury crew shows up and Blue Falcon gives Fred a new, updated version of the Mystery Machine, as the old one was destroyed in the battle with Cerberus.
Just as they begin to party, Mystery Inc. gets a call from Jaime Rivera who tells them that there have been sightings of a phantom tuna trawler and the ghost of a sea captain. The gang heads off in a haste, to pursue new mysteries!
- Mystery Inc. (single appearance)(main story and flashback)
- Dick Dastardly (single appearance)(main story and flashback)
- Muttley (single appearance)(main story and flashback)
- Dusty (single appearance; redeemed)
- Rotten Robots (single appearance; redeemed)
- Cerberus (single appearance)
- Captain Caveman (single appearance)
- Simon Cowell (single appearance)
- Beach Guy (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Ghost (single appearance)(Mr. Rigby's disguise)(flashback only)
- Mr. Rigby (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Ghost of Elias Kingston (single appearance)
- Phantom (single appearance)
- Space Kook (single appearance)
- Captain Cutler's Ghost (single appearance)
- Charlie the Robot (single appearance)
- Black Knight Ghost (single appearance)
- Phantom Sea Squid (only time mentioned)
- Sea Captain Ghost (only time mentioned)
- Ben (single appearance)
- Mrs. Rogers (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Ira Glass (single appearance)(in the Phone)(flashback only)
- Samuel Colton (single appearance)
- Officer Casey (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Officer Gary (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Officer Jaffe (single appearance)
- Kari (single appearance)
- Restaurant owner (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Chad (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Chet (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Keith (single appearance)
- Hal Murphy (single appearance)
- Officer North (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Jaime Rivera (single appearance)
- Dispatcher Stevens (single appearance)
- Judy Takamoto (single appearance)
- Harry Perry (single appearance)(flashback only)
- Squiddly Diddly (single appearance) (artwork)
- Hex Girls (single appearance)(poster)
- Banana Splits (single appearance)(artwork)
- Neptunes (single appearance)(artwork)
- Hong Kong Phooey (single appearance)(artwork)
- Mr. Cogswell (single appearance)(artwork)
- Snagglepuss (comic)
- Secret Squirrel (comic)
- Indira Knight (single appearance)
- Atom Ant (comic)(credits sequence)
- Dr. Benton Quest (credits sequence)
- Grape Ape (credits sequence)
- Space Ghost (artwork)
- Rock Slag and Gravel Slag (single appearance) (no lines) (cameo)
- California (main story and flashback)
- Peru (security video)
- Machu Picchu (security video)
- Gobi Desert (mentioned)
- Messick Mountain
|Mr. Rigby as the Ghost||He has stolen various valuable electronics.|
|Dick Dastardly||To retrieve the three skulls of Cerberus and use Scooby-Doo to unlock the gates to the underworld to get rich and rescue his dog, Muttley.|
- Main article(s): SCOOB! The Album
|Song||Credits||Performed by||Character performance by|
|"California Love"||Written by Roger Troutman, Larry Troutmanx, Joe Cocker, Ronnie Hudsonx and Chris Stainton||2Pac feat. Dr. Dre and Roger Troutman||N/A|
|"Scooby Doo Theme Song"||Written by David Mook and Ben Raleigh
Produced by Mark Nilan, Jr.
|"Shallow"||Written by Stefani Germanotta, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt||Will Forte and Frank Welker||Shaggy and Scooby-Doo|
|"Summer Feelings"||Written by Vincent Watson, Charlie Puth, Elizabeth Lowell Boland, Alexander Izquierdo, Simon Wilcox, Lennon Stella and Charles L. Brown
Produced by Vincent "Invisible" Watson
|Lennon Stella feat. Charlie Puth||N/A|
Original concept art depicts a much darker tone and more involvement from other HB characters like Jabberjaw, Grape Ape, and Penelope Pitstop. Some concept art depicts the Great Gazoo as the main villain.
Lizzo was considered for the role of Jabberjaw.
- Previously, the film was set for a September 21, 2018 release.
- The first teaser trailer was debuted on ABC's morning show Good Morning America, on November 11, 2019. It featured the song "Without You" by Avicii. The second trailer debuted on February 2, 2019, during the Puppy Bowl (a parody of the Super Bowl the same day) on Animal Planet.
- In promotion, there was a SCOOB! selfie mobile site launched, where one could have an image of Scooby-Doo inserted around a person taking a picture of themselves.
- Many online video games were released on the SCOOB! website, including SCOOB! Memory Game, Falcon Force Whack-A-Bot, and SCOOB! Mystery Match. SCOOB! The Game was released on Atlantic Records' website to coincide with the release of both the album and the film.
- Previous incarnations have been set in California, such as Shaggy & Scooby living as beach bums on an unspecified Californian beach in Scooby-Doo: The Movie, and the Mystery Incorporated TV series being primarily set in Crystal Cove, California, while Joe Ruby & Ken Spears conceived Mystery Inc. to be living in Laguna Beach, California, in the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! TV series, although it was never confirmed on-screen, but implied to at least be set somewhere in California.
- The R&S Coffee Shop is a reference to Ruby and Spears.
- In the opening montage, several references are made to the following SDWAY episodes:
- In the A Pup Named Scooby-Doo TV series, young Shaggy sounds similar to his modern teenage one if not done with a somewhat higher pitch. However, in this film, he has a realistic-sounding kid voice.
- This marks the first time Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) has ever composed a full music score in a feature-length animated film.
- The poster of the Hex Girls depicts them identically to how they looked in the DTV film Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost.
- While not released in Australia on May 15, 2020, Scoob was classified PG on May 12.
- This is the first Warner Animation Group film to have separate DVD and Blu-ray releases (with each still including a digital code) instead of having a Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo pack.
- Not counting DreamWorks Animation's Trolls World Tour (which had both digital and limited theatrical releases), this is the first animated film to be released straight to digital instead of having a theatrical release following the COVID-19 paramedic; the next being Paramount Animation/Nickelodeon Movies' The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run. It was eventually released in theaters in five countries (France, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, and Vietnam) and grossed $19.6 million at the box office.
- This marks the first time the 2019 MPA logo appears in the end credits for a Warner Animation Group film.
- People in the UK could buy free Scooby ears with the Blu-Ray and DVD versions of the movie.
- Australian purchasers of the Blu-Ray or DVD could enter a competition to win one of three life-size Scooby-Doo plush toys.
- Quick Draw McGraw originally had a cameo during a deleted sauna sequence.
- Disguises: Shaggy and Scooby as snack bar attendants.
- "Ruh-roh" count: 2.
- "Zoinks" count: 4.
- "Jeepers" count: 2.
- "Jinkies" count: 2.
- Series running gags: Velma loses her glasses in credits sequence.
- In the opening to the trailer released during the aforementioned Puppy Bowl, Shaggy refers to Scooby playing dead as the greatest death scene since the film Avengers: Endgame.
- On April 7, 2020, Random House published SCOOB! and Those Meddling Kids, and A Dog's Best Friend, while Golden Books published SCOOB! Best Friends Activity Book.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- When Mr. Rigby first attacks the gang, there are no wires, but when he starts chasing Daphne around, he has wires.
- SCOOB! DVD released by Warner Home Video on July 21, 2020.
- SCOOB! Blu-ray released by Warner Home Video on July 21, 2020.
- SCOOB! Ultra HD released by Warner Home Video on July 21, 2020.
- SCOOB! DVD released by Warner Home Video on September 16, 2020.
- SCOOB! Blu-ray released by Warner Home Video on September 16, 2020.
- SCOOB! DVD released by Warner Home Video on September 28, 2020.
Bike Cop Gary: This mangy stray's done enough damage for today. He's coming with me.
Shaggy: We're in...
Dick Dastardly: Drat. No one ever goes for the double masking. (Muttley snickers)
Mr. Rigby: I would've gotten away with this, if it weren't you meddling...Oh! (officer shuts the door on his face when he's put in the police car)
Dick Dastardly: I would've gotten away it if it weren't for you mismatched meddling miscreants!
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