Nothing specific, just that I felt their relationship was better by the end of the season, but not necessarily back to 'perfect'. And they still kept hinting that Shaggy and Velma's relationship was still a little up in the air too. The three were back to working together, but as far as firmly cementing the state of their relationships, it seemed more a series of scenes where physical overtures and smiles were exchanged to say "I don't want to be enemies", but not really a case of any two of them having a discussion to share their feelings and why they felt hurt. And thereby truely mend their relationship to a point where each knows what exactly they're moving forward from or towards. And how that encompasses the third person...er, being, er something.
So to me an episode focusing on Scooby and Velma together would provide an opportunity for them to talk...as much as a dog talks...to put everything out to dry and truely mend their relationship over all that happened before. With no baggage or buried resentment still lingering. And that happening would help pave the way for whatever goes on between Shaggy and Velma. That sort of thing?
There's a difference between "I don't want to fight anymore" and actually being "good".
Make more sense? And I have to admit I don't have all the scenes memorized very well and may be forgetting something major.
Hey, by the way, did you see my SD:MI related "Scooby-Doo: The Previous Generation" thread in the Series forum? (I think that's where it was.) Being such a big SD:MI fan I figured it was something you'd have some thoughts on. I probably should've included "SD:MI" in the title to make it more clear.
Last Edit: Oct 7, 2011 11:57:23 GMT -5 by ahkyahnan