- This article is about the film. For the DVD containing the film, see Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness (DVD).
Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness is the twenty-third in a series of direct-to-video films based upon Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It was made available for digital download on February 3, 2015, and later on DVD on February 17.
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne, and Velma win a lottery for the last five seats on a cruise into space on billionaire, Sly Baron's, brand new ship, the Sly Star One. During the flight a savage alien gets on board, causing an emergency landing on Sly Moon Prime, where everyone is seemingly stranded until repairs can be made.
The gang are at the DMV as Daphne takes her driving test. She isn't sure if she'll pass, but the others encourage her that it's easy and that she can do anything she puts her mind to. Feeling motivated, she steps on the gas pedal of the Mystery Machine and drives straight into a tree.
At Sly Base Earth, a reporter from Celebrity Heat, Clark Sparkman, announces that billionaire Daredevil Sly Baron has made a way for everyone to travel into space, and five contest winners will be given a trip around the moon. Joining them will be celebrated astronaut Shannon Lucas, retired astronauts Zip Elvin and Colt Steelcase, football star Uvinious Botango a.k.a U-Boat and Clark. The five contest winners are none other than Mystery Inc. themselves.
While waiting to board the spaceship Sly Star One, the gang meets Shannon Lucas, who explains how their spacesuits work. She immediately builds up a friendship with Daphne, which annoys Velma. Fred then sees Zip and Colt, and heads out to meet them. He tells them how they've inspired him and others to become astronauts, but was unable to hear what they're saying since he's wearing his helmet. Shannon reveals the gang's training tests scores, they all passed, but Daphne got the highest score, much to her amazement and Velma's disappointment as Velma starts to become bitter towards Daphne.
U-Boat arrives just before Sly tells everyone to board Sly Star One. While onboard Fred, Daphne and Velma comment on how Shaggy and Scooby remain calm due to them being U-Boat fans. Shannon asks Daphne to join her at the bridge for liftoff, which she accepts leaving the others behind. Fred does the same with Zip and Colt, leaving Velma with another astronaut Ridley who's very positive that they'll encounter aliens and Clark Sparkman who immediately starts flirting with her, much to her disgust. A now suited up U-Boat sits between Shaggy and Scooby, as the Sly Star One lifts off into space.
When the ship reaches its cruising altitude, Sly's Co-Host Android Model H.A.M. enters the cabin with refreshments and his bad sense of humor. Velma, Clark and Ridley leave to check out the ship while Shaggy and Scooby search for the snack bar.
On the bridge, Zip and Colt begin their safety check with Fred and Daphne joining them, leaving Shannon to pilot the ship.
While looking for the snack bar, Scooby and Shaggy hear something big outside, but don't see what it was.
Velma, Clark, and Ridley also heard something. Clark believes it to be space junk, but Ridley thinks it could be aliens. Although she has never seen a real alien, she's dedicated her life to alien combat training. Velma and Clark have their doubts, leaving Ridley to show video evidence of an alien sighting, and leaves to bring more, giving Velma and Clark the chance to walk away.
Shaggy and Scooby finally find the snack bar, but it is closed. H.A.M. shows up behind them and tells another bad joke, accompanied by pre-recorded laughter, then disappears into the darkness. Suddenly, they hear heavy footsteps in the shadows heading towards them. It turns out to be U-Boat, much to their relief. They ask if he could open the snack bar, which he does, and leaves without saying a word.
Outside the ship, an alien opens a compartment on the ship and rips out some wires. Daphne hears the commotion in the engine room, although Zip assures them that it's nothing. Daphne suspects that there could be an alien outside, but Zip and Colt state they don't believe in aliens. Suddenly, an alarm went off, and everyone immediately headed for the bridge.
Shannon explains that they're losing air and that something has damaged the external tank. Shaggy and Scooby say that they saw something that looked like an alien. On the security footage, they see the alien damaging the tank, and what's worse, they're almost out of air with no way to get back to Earth in time. It appears there is no hope, but Sly enters the bridge and announces that there is one place they can go.
They fly to the dark side of the moon and land on a secret resort that Sly has been building for the last decade. Once inside, he welcomes them all to the Sly Moon Prime Resort. Although it's not complete, he explains that the air generator's are working making it safe to take off their helmets. Then, an old man appears thrilled to have guests after so many years. Sly introduces him as Hudson Baron, Sly's right hand spaceman and twin brother. After Hudson introduces his Slybots, the group explains the situation involving the alien. Hudson then summons his best bot Caroline Prime, which can move thousands of crates in minutes. U-Boat doesn't trust robots, though Shannon assures everyone she's perfectly safe, and that she has checked all of Caroline's protocols. With that settled, everyone leaves to do their things. After Shannon leaves, Velma deliberately annoys Daphne saying that she's going to do an interview with Clark.
Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby go out for a drive in Sly Moon Buggy's. They begin to agree with Zip about the alien, seeing how there's space junk all over the moon. They see the American flag and a footprint left by Neil Armstrong himself. They noticed a shadow covering them, and discover that it belongs to the alien. They find it hard to escape the alien on foot leaving them to escape using the buggy. They safely reach the resort, where they ran straight into U-Boat, and explain what has happened. U-Boat reveals that even he can get scared and tells them it can be all in your head, and that they need to find something that can deal with it, like singing. Shaggy and Scooby find that hard to believe, leading U-Boat to sing a song about fear. Once he finishes, he leaves the duo speechless.
Meanwhile, Fred, Daphne, Zip and Colt are repairing Sly Star One. Fred keeps messing around with the equipment, accidentally trapping Daphne in cooling gel and freezing himself. Zip and Colt decided to leave him in ice not wanting to hear him talking.
In the kitchen, U-Boat is fixing himself a meal, while H.A.M. teases him about using machines despite stating he doesn't trust anything non-human. He tries to ignore H.A.M., but is forced to threaten him to keep him quiet by crushing a can opener. Velma and Clark witness the whole thing, with Clark stating that he doesn't take to progress too well. U-Boat counters him asking if he's talking about the kind of progress that put automated machines in factories, that put his father and others like him out of work when he was a kid. He leaves with no answer, which gets Velma thinking.
Shaggy and Scooby are walking through the halls telling themselves that the alien wasn't real. Unfortunately the alien finds them forcing them to escape to the restaurant. They try to eat the alien out of their heads, but the alien interrupts them. During the chase, the alien screams powerful sonic waves, shattering all the glass in the room. When it looks like they will be caught, the Chef Slybot shows up, which gives Shaggy and Scooby the distraction they need to escape.
In the hallway, Zip and Colt regret freeing Fred from the ice as he's still ranting. Shaggy and Scooby run straight into them explaining their encounter with the alien. Zip and Colt don't believe them, but Fred and Daphne believe that something was with them in the restaurant, knowing that Shaggy and Scooby would never leave food behind and gets them to investigate.
Everyone examines the destroyed restaurant when Sly and Hudson show up and inform them that the satellite is out of commission, leaving them no way to contact Earth. Velma notices that Sly is wearing Hudson's new Magna Boot prototype and suspects him to have something to do with the alien. Zip and Colt still don't believe them but Ridley disagrees and is about to argue when Shannon steps in suggesting that they all get some sleep. Shaggy and Scooby don't think they'll be able to sleep with the alien around, so the gang decide to come up with a plan to capture the alien, with Ridley agreeing to help.
While preparing the trap, they ask Ridley what would happen if the alien was real. She explains that this is the first phase of the aliens' plan, a single alien gathering information about humanity's weaknesses. Phase two is invading Earth with an unstoppable armada, then enslave humanity forcing them to mine Earth's resources until there's nothing left. Before she can finish, Fred guessed that human rebels would rise up and fight the aliens leaving everyone else to fantasize how they would fight the aliens. Annoyed Ridley leaves as the gang gets into their positions.
Fred is watching the security footage and spots the alien. He instructs Shaggy and Scooby to find it, giving them sticky buns for added incentives. Daphne and Velma are putting the finishing touches on the trap arguing about Daphne doing better than Velma on the astronaut training test. Daphne lashes out at Velma asking if it's hard for her to except that Daphne may be more than a pretty face. Velma denies and sadly states that what's hard to except is that Daphne gets to have it all. Velma asks that if Daphne's a better Velma, what's left for her, which makes Daphne feel terrible.
Suddenly the power goes out along with the artificial gravity. Sly announces that the gravity will be back on shortly advising them to enjoy the float until then. Shaggy and Scooby take advantage of the gravity feeling relaxed, until they bump straight into the alien. They pass Daphne and Velma who activate a smoke screen and fire sting darts at the alien, but they all miss. The alien follows Shaggy and Scooby into the hanger where Fred covers it with gravity gel just as the gravity is fixed. The alien grabs Scooby, but is frozen just in time by Fred. Everyone shows up and the alien is revealed as Shannon Lucas. As an astronaut, she was the perfect alien: she used the frequency of a micro radar transmitter to turn it into a sonic weapon, Sly's magnet boots to defy gravity, and she used holograms, videos and audio recordings to hide her whereabouts at any time. Shannon also knows her way around the ship and the resort, so she could come and go at will. Velma points out that it was a plan's years in the making by a highly trained expert.
Shannon confesses that she felt it was unfair for Sly to make easy and safe space travel available to everyone, because she gave up everything to get there. Her original plan was to sabotage the ship, stage an alien attack and make the world see that space travel is dangerous and only for highly trained astronauts. She had the perfect guests to help with her plan, Zip and Colt to make the trip seem credible, U-Boat to be sure the world was watching, Ridley the one person who would confirm to the world that aliens were real, and Clark to get a sensational story. The one thing she didn't count on was the gang being the contest winners. She was forced to improvise on her plan, such as trying to convince them not to go on the trip (since she knew that they would ruin her plans) and switching Daphne and Shaggy's test scores to break-up the team (which it did for a short time). It turns out that Shaggy was the one who got the highest score, much to everyone's (especially Velma's and Shaggy's) surprise. To keep the gang from returning to Earth to tell the real story, she planned on leaving them at the resort, revealing that she sabotaged the satellite. Before she can be taken into custody, she lowers a glass wall separating her from everyone else. She reveals that to be sure they never leave she has planted thermal charges all over the complex. Sly attempts to persuade her to reconsider, but she turns him down stating that he can't put a price on this sort of fame and that returning as a hero would bring her all the money she wants. She then escapes on Sly Star One, leaving everyone to die.
Hudson reveals that he built his own ship (with help from the Sly bots), so everyone can escape. Sly asks why he didn't tell him about the ship, prompting Hudson to explain that it's been hard living on the moon alone for so many years and that he built the ship so he could leave, though he didn't have the heart to follow through knowing that Sly needed him to stay. Understanding his brother's feelings, Sly apologizes to Hudson for not being with him as they share a hug. The explosives begin to go off, leaving them little time to escape. Before they can board, dozens of crates fall between them and the ship. Daphne and Velma get into another argument, which is broken up by a furious H.A.M. exposing himself as an actor playing a robot. The crates contain U-Boat snacks, which Shaggy and Scooby quickly finish off. As they are moving the last of the crates Caroline appears, but has been tampered by Shannon to eliminate them. U-Boat stays behind to hold her off while the others get the ship ready.
Zip and Colt are about to head for the energy cell when their old age catches up with them. Fred encourages them that they're the reason millions of people want to become astronauts, and that they'll always be astronauts. Zip and Colt finally accept Fred and invite him to help them.
U-Boat tries to fight off Caroline, but is overpowered. Before she can finish him, Scooby and Shaggy step in with two more Slybots to fire food crates at Caroline.
Fred, Zip and Colt get the engines working, but have to keep the broken fuel valve down. Hudson is about to take the controls when he was knocked out by falling debris. Sly and Clark get knocked out as well. Shaggy, Scooby and U-Boat succeed in shutting Caroline down and head for the ship, but they (along with H.A.M and Ridley) get knocked out by falling debris, too. Velma encourages Daphne to fly the ship. Daphne doesn't feel confident in herself, but Velma disagrees, stating that she was with Shannon on the bridge, and saw how she flew the ship. She also states that the fake test scores don't matter, and she believes her friend can do it. Now motivated, Daphne takes control. safely escaping the exploding resort and landing on Earth.
Back on Earth, Shannon pretends to be heartbroken and lies to the press that an alien destroyed the station, killing everyone on board, and asserts that space travel is for experts like her. However, everyone arrives and exposes Shannon's crimes to the world. Velma gives a speech that Sly was right about space-travel being for everyone, and that it all starts with an adventurous spirit, an imaginative mind, a brave heart and curiosity. As Shannon is taken by the police, Daphne apologizes to Velma for falling for Shannon's tricks and that she's her real best friend. They are interrupted by the press asking Daphne questions about her trip and her hair. Daphne states that there are more important things like friendship and support. Ridley begins to doubt her belief in aliens, with Hudson to comfort her stating that who knows what's out in space. Ridley changes the conversation noting that it must’ve been hard for him to be alone. Hudson wouldn't mind going back up there if someone were to go with him, and the two of them start a romantic relationship.
Daphne tries to drive the Mystery Machine again, but has a hard time with the pedal as she drives straight out of an upper floor of a parking garage and into the city.
- Clark Sparkman (only appearance)
- Zip Elvin (only appearance)
- Colt Steelcase (only appearance)
- U-Boat (only appearance)
- Sly Baron (only appearance)
- Ridley (only appearance)
- H.A.M. (only appearance)
- Hudson Baron (only appearance)
- Alien (only appearance)(no lines)(Shannon Lucas' disguise)
- Shannon Lucas (only appearance)
- Aliens (only appearance)(no lines)(fantasy)
- Caroline Prime (only appearance; destroyed)(no lines)(tampering)
- Driving examiner (only appearance)(no lines)
- Celebrity Heat crowd (only appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Man in Delaware (only appearance)(no lines)(TV or computer screen)
- Mother in Delaware (only appearance)(no lines)(TV or computer screen)
- Son in Delaware (only appearance)(no lines)(TV or computer screen)
- Dane (only appearance)(flashback only)(TV or computer screen)(no lines)
- Paul's owner (only appearance)
- Paul (only appearance)(no lines)
- Launch manager (only time heard)
- Ground Control (only time heard)
- Slybots (only appearance; destroyed)(no lines)
- U-Boat's father (only time mentioned)
- Crowd at Shannon's speech (only appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Press at Shannon's speech (only appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- United States
- Sly Star One
- Passenger section
- Engine room
- The Moon
- Tokyo, Japan (fantasy)
- Paris, France (fantasy)
- Eiffel Tower (fantasy)
- Dublin, Ireland (fantasy)
- Countryside (fantasy)
- Mine (fantasy)
- Hudson's ship
- Shaggy's driving license
- Scooby's driving license
- Mystery Machine airbags
- U-Boat Bites
- U-Boat Nachoverboards
- Canned tomatoes
- Scooby Snacks (fantasy)
- Fred's coffee
- Sticky buns
- Flight suits
- Velma's glasses
- Daphne's nail file
- Fred's bottled water
- Sly's rocket jetpack
- Velma's photos
- Clark's video camera
- Zip's clipboard
- Colt's clipboard
- Fred's clipboard
- Ridley's computer tablet
- Daphne's phone
- Painting of Sly
- Hudson Baron's exo-suit
- Coolant gel
- Oxygen and butyl liquid nitrogen tank
- Microwave oven
- Can opener
- Magna boots
- Alien's wrist communicator (fantasy)
- Daphne's hairdryer laser guns (fantasy)
- Sting darts
- Thermal charges
- Alien mask
- Hudson's ship model
|Clark Sparkman||Ratings for his show.|
|Ridley||To prove aliens exist.|
|H.A.M.||He looks creepy and has a bad, sometimes dark, sense of humour.|
|U-Boat||He doesn't trust anything that isn't human.|
|Sly Baron||For publicity.|
|Hudson Baron||Revenge on his brother for keeping him at work on Sly Moon Prime for years, without anyone to talk to.|
|Shannon Lucas as the alien||Sly made space available for anybody, when she had given up everything to go.|
Blaming an alien attack for the destruction of Sly Moon Prime (and the lives it took) would ensure space travel was only for experts like her and bring her all the money she could ever want.
|Song||Credits||Performed by||Character performance by|
|"Space Menace Theme"||Written by Andy Sturmer and Damon Criswell||N/A||N/A|
|"Fear is Just a Word"||Lyrics by Paul McEvoy
Music by Andy Sturmer
|Kevin Michael Richardson||U-Boat|
|"Remember That Old Gang o' Mine"||Written by Andy Sturmer||Socrates Devinger||N/A|
The following credits are how they are displayed on-screen (or as close as possible).
- The Mystery Machine's license plate (DSCORLS) in this film first appeared in the previous one, Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy.
- Daphne's family name was revealed in the The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show episode No Sharking Zone.
- Velma's family name was revealed in the The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries episode Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo.
- Shaggy's family name was revealed in the The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show episode Wedding Bell Boos!.
- Fred's family name was revealed in the The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries episode Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo.
- Animation-wise, Mystery Inc.'s name was officially used in the first direct-to-video film Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island.
- The animation style is the same as its previous DTV, Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy.
- The description on the back of the DVD case, asks if Fred will ever take off his space suit, although oddly, he's the only one not wear it on the front cover. He's also inside the Mystery Machine outside of Earth's orbit, when in fact, it's barely in the film.
- We see Shaggy and Scooby's "Driver" licenses:
- Shaggy's gives his name as "Shaggy Rogers" (not Norville) and is license number R20130006,
- Scooby's gives his name as "Scooby Doo" (no hyphen) and is license number R20130001.
- Scooby and Shaggy have already been in space several times before this film, even as recently as the direct-to-video short film, Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace.
- The gang had been to a cyber version of the moon when they were inside Eric Staufer's computer game in the direct-to-video feature, Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase.
- The gang taking turns to tell their version of what an alien rebellion would be like is similar to when they each took turns telling each other what would happen if they met an alien, in the A Pup Named Scooby-Doo episode, The Story Stick.
- The Phantom from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode Hassle in the Castle appears during the opening credits.
- With the exception of Scooby and H.A.M, the sclera in everyone's eyes are seen with their helmets on.
- A reporter at the mission launch says "Today his lucky passengers are boldly going where none of them have gone before," a variation of a Star Trek catchphrase. Malcolm McDowell (Sly Baron) played Dr. Tolian Soran in the movie Star Trek Generations (1994).
- There are several references to the science fiction film, Alien:
- Ridley is a parody of Ellen Ripley. "Ridley" is a play on both Ripley and Ridley Scott, the film's director.
- H.A.M. is based on Ash. The revelation that H.A.M. is really a human is the reverse of what happened in Alien. The name however, recalls HAL, the homicidal computer from the 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- The alien has a similar appearance and power to the Xenomorph.
- The robotic eco-skeleton Shaggy uses to fight the alien is similar to the Power Loader suit Ellen Ripley used to battle the Xenomorph Queen in Aliens.
- Hudson Baron may be named after Marine Private Hudson, a character from Aliens (1986), James Cameron's sequel to Scott's film.
- Sly is a parody of Richard Branson, who's also trying to achieve the same thing that Sly does.
- Shannon Lucas is named for astronaut Shannon Lucid. The surname may also be an allusion to George Lucas, whose Star Wars franchise is often referenced in the Scoobyverse.
- Zip Elvin and Colt Steelcase are parodies of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong; Zip being the most of obvious, at least in name.
- Shaggy says he once saw a show about a man who saw gremlins on the outside of his plane, which is a reference to the The Twilight Zone episode, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. Although, that only had one gremlin.
- H.A.M. painting Sly Baron's portrait is a reference to the infamous scene from the movie, Titanic.
- NASA is mentioned.
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- The "Drivers Test" sign is missing an apostrophe.
- Aside from the fact Scooby owns a driver's license (perhaps because of the fact that he drove it on two recent occasions previously to this), his signature was a paw print, instead of writing his own name, which he had already done in the What's New, Scooby-Doo? episodes The Unnatural and A Scooby-Doo Valentine..
- Daphne is learning to drive the Mystery Machine while wearing heels - which would make driving more difficult. Perhaps that's why she has trouble with the pedals.
- The previous film once again highlighted Fred's strong affection for the Mystery Machine (perhaps even to its fullest), yet he doesn't seem at all bothered that Daphne crashed it into a tree in this one. Perhaps the fact that he had already seen it blow up and accept it thereafter in the last one, a small crash wouldn't seem that big.
- The nametags are highly detailed and have the names written in when in special close-ups of the gang and U-Boat, but apart from that they're typically nameless and filled with a color which even compliments their own respective suits.
- In the The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show episode Scooby-Doo and Cyclops, Too, the The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries episode Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo, and the What's New, Scooby-Doo? episode Pompeii and Circumstance, Daphne seemed to have had perfect driving skills driving.
- The "Say hi to me Clark" and "Fly me to the moon" signs that two people hold from the crowd standing behind Clark, end up being held by several others.
- Daphne complains that she will get "hat hair" from the helmet, although the helmets don't do anything.
- The sign in U-Boat's chair is not there when gets up, but reappears in the next scene.
- Of the characters shown during lift-off, Ridley is the only one who's face doesn't distort.
- The red light indicator on the space suits is just to get a toilet joke, which is a setup for when Scooby and Shaggy soil themselves after first seeing the alien, as they have never done this from seeing a monster before. Although, Shaggy did wet himself once by a biker in Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur.
- When the group are introduced to Hudson, Ridley keeps disappearing and reappearing, until she and Hudson talk to each other.
- The "Sly Star Two" appears to have crash landed only a couple blocks away from where Shannon was giving her press interviews, and is shown being in direct line of sight with Shannon's location. Yet no one at the press conference notices the ship dropping out of the sky and crashing so close to them.
- When U-Boat gets up from his seat and leaves from Shaggy and Scooby (who were squished in their seat's), their U-Boat parking sign is missing from the seat U-Boat left from, but when the scene goes back to Shaggy and Scooby, it appears again in the same spot.
- The gang gets on board the Sly Star One by winning the last five seats in a lottery. However, Clark Sparkman's summary of the proceedings made it sound like each of the last five seats was won separately.
- We never get confirmation on what the strange liquid that Daphne, Fred, Zip, and Colt found on the floor is.
- The alien in Ridley's video that she shows Clark and Velma matches the alien design Shannon used for her alien suit. It is never established whether Shannon used that video as inspiration for her costume or it was just a coincidence.
- Shannon first lies that Daphne scored highest in the Astronaut Test, deliberately trying to drive a wedge between Daphne and Velma. Shannon later states the scores were switched, and that it was Shaggy who scored highest. But did she just say that to annoy Velma again?
- Toon physics:
- Fred pulls out his own clipboard when joining Zip and Colt.
- Daphne pulls out her phone from nowhere.
- Scooby and Shaggy's suits grow after they eat all the crates of U-Boat Bites.
- Daphne drives the Mystery Machine right off the top floor of the parking lot, which should've smashed the van to pieces and sent them all to the emergency ward, if any of them weren't already killed on impact.
- Everyone survives the crash landing the "Sly Star Two" (which destroys the ship) without any noticeable injuries.
- All the men (except for Fred, Zip, and Colt) get hit in the head with ship debris and knocked out. They all wake up a few minutes later perfectly fine. In real life, if one gets hit on the head so hard that one actually loses consciousness (even if it's only for a few minutes), one should probably see a doctor ASAP, as there is a high likelihood of some sort of head injury.
In other languages
|Greek||Scooby-Doo! Τρελό Ταξίδι στο Φεγγάρι||Scooby-Doo! Crazy Trip to the Moon|
- Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness DVD released by Warner Home Video on February 17, 2015.
- Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness DVD released by Warner Home Video on March 30, 2015.
- Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness Blu-ray released by Warner Home Entertainment on May 12, 2020.
- Turkey Scooby-Doo! Monster Madness DVD released by Warner Home Entertainment on March 2, 2020.
Shaggy: Like, you get scared? (gasps) Of what?
Daphne: You caught it!
Velma: Sly was right! Space travel is for everyone. Sure it takes training, but maybe it all starts with an adventurous spirit (shot cuts to Fred), an imaginative mind (shot cuts to Shaggy and Scooby), a brave heart (shot cuts to Daphne), and good old fashioned...
- Epstein, Ronald (December 11, 2014). "WHV Press Release: Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness". Home Theater Forum.