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- 1 Premise
- 2 Synopsis
- 3 Characters
- 4 Locations
- 5 Objects
- 6 Vehicles
- 7 Suspects
- 8 Cast
- 9 Continuity
- 10 Notes/trivia
- 11 In other languages
- 12 Home media
- 13 Quotes
- 14 External links
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- Skipper Shelton
- Skipper Shelton (sardiner) (single appearance)
- Amy the siren (single appearance)(Amy Cavenaugh's disguise)
- Amy Cavenaugh (single appearance)
- Angel Dynamite
- Angie Dinkley
- Ed Machine
- Dr. Spike Cavenaugh (single appearance)
- Fish Freaks (single appearance)(no lines)(main story and flashback)(Ernesto and co.'s disguises)
- Ernesto (final appearance)(main story and flashback)
- Ernesto's followers (final appearance)(main story and flashback)
- Skipper Shelton (sardiner)'s crewman (single appearance)
- Flim-Flam (single appearance)(statue)
- Scrappy-Doo (single appearance)(statue)
- Miss Vampire Waitress
- Skipper Shelton (shrimper) (only time mentioned)
- Skipper Shelton (manta-rayer) (only time mentioned)
- Skipper Shelton (kelper) (only time mentioned)
- Skipper Shelton (sea-dragoner) (only time mentioned)
- Barty Blake (mentioned)
- Crystal Cove
- Hot dogs
- Velma's computer
- Velma's computer keyboards
- Velma's cell phone
- Darrow Family Archives
- Velma's bathtub
- K-Ghoul refrigerator
- Gummy Dummies
- Gang's life jackets
- Diving suit
|Ernesto and his fellow protestors as Fish Freaks||In order to steal and sell oil.|
- This episode contains one of the few references to Scrappy-Doo and Flim-Flam in the Scooby-Doo franchise since the 1980's. Flim-Flam's appearance is his first since The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, while Scrappy makes his first and only appearance since the 2002 live-action film.
- Their portrayal as villains references the negative views that fans have of their time as main characters in the 1980's. They are commonly blamed for Scooby-Doo's decline during that decade and their unpopularity has been referenced everywhere from Cartoon Network (which reflected their unpopularity in their bumpers) to the villainous portrayal of Scrappy in 2002's Scooby-Doo.
- Fred's statement that he does not know Flim-Flam is a reference to his standard continuity counterpart's absence from The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. Given that Velma was also absent from that series, her SDMI counterpart would likely not know him, either.
- Velma runs a blog about the gang. She finds out that Amy and her mother both follow it.
- Though Velma regularly locks her door, Angie has a key and regularly invades her privacy.
- This is the second time the gang meet Ed Machine face-to-face, after Where Walks Aphrodite.
- There are six Skipper Sheltons: the clammer who owns the Clam Cabin, a sardiner, a shrimper, a manta-rayer, a kelper, and a sea-dragoner (whom they don't talk about). This parallels Daphne and her sisters, suggesting she has five (with the odd one being the astronaut sister).
- Ernesto's group is missing the balding, gray-haired middle-aged guy from The Shrieking Madness.
- In this episode, skeptical Velma believed a person in a costume to be a real supernatural creature. Amy appealed to her loneliness and her desire to have a secret friend.
- This is the first time that Angel Dynamite has been hinted to be Cassidy Williams; Velma outright declares it.
- Ernesto's statement, "We have to destroy the environment in order to save it" is an echo of the famous Vietnam-era quote, "We had to destroy the village in order to save it."
Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches
- The statue represents Flim-Flam with his hands in his sweater pockets, but from behind, his hands are on his waist.
Inconstitencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- Despite having already met Ed face-to-face once before, the gang show no apparent recognition of him as the associate of Mr. E who spoke to them after the Aphrodite case. The only reasonable explanation is they met him at night and would not have been able to have a good look at him or it's just something they cared not to reference.
- The gang doesn't seem to recognize the scuba gear as a potential clue.
In other languages
|Spanish (Latin America)||El Canto De La Sirena||The Siren's Song|
|Italy||Il Canto Della Sirena|
|Greek||Το Τραγούδι της Σειρήνας|
|French||Le Chant de la sirène|
|Turkish||Deniz Kızının Şarkısı||Song of the Mermaid|
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Season One, Part 2 - Crystal Cove Curse DVD set released by Warner Home Video on January 24, 2012.
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: The Complete Season 1 DVD set released by Warner Home Video on October 8, 2013.
- Scooby-Doo! Mystères associés: L'intégrale de la saison 1 (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: The entirety of season 1) DVD set released by Warner Home Video on October 3, 2012.
Daphne: Oh look. Flim-Flam. Remember him Freddy?
Velma: Scooby? Velma. Put Shaggy on. (Pause for reply) Because you're almost impossible to understand on a phone.
Amy: ♪ My song fills your heart. From the depths of the sea. Please listen and learn. All you can learn from me. ♪
Velma: Hold on. Are you telling us that you were going to cause a major environmental disaster in order to get the cash to protest against major environmental disasters?
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