Post by mekagojira3k on Sept 5, 2012 9:46:44 GMT -5
I wasn't really SO thrilled with this episode. It was fine, and the "Except you, you may go." stuff to Velma was pretty hilarious. I also like that recurring characters became villains. I also love the concept of a villain "judging people" by smashing them with a giant hammer. It's so ridiculously absurd! Which is, of course, why it works.
This was a really funny episode, though after that Conquistador ghost at the end of the preceding ep I was hoping things would get darker instead of another funny ep. Guess that's coming soon though. Even Brad and Judy's 'presumed' deception was handled in a very funny manner.
The running gag about Velma being 'Puritan' enough not to need judgement was the best part of the episode, though I was glad she got some revenge in the end.
Funny, but Gary and Ethan's plot is something probably all High School boys fantasized about at one time or another, but never tried. Not that extreme anyway!
The only disappointing thing to me though was that I thought Hebediah was a really cool and scary villain, and it's sad he was wasted in a funny episode.
He reminded me a little of the Woodsman from Camp Scare.
Post by CaptainBuck on Apr 3, 2014 15:38:08 GMT -5
I'd missed this one during the screwed up schedule they originally aired the second half. Just watched it on Netflix, they have season 2 now. This one was hilarious. He's a bit of a pilgrim version of The Woodsman from Camp Scare, but, Camp Scare IMHO is the best of the modern direct release movies, and could have gone over in theaters.
The running gag on Velma was hilarious, even funnier since her initials are VD but she is virtuous, lol.
Truly enjoyed that one. Hate Crybaby Clown, and I like babies and clowns, just not him.
I finally just saw the episode,and I loved it! Velma getting so upset over not being judged was hilarious! I also loved when Scooby was really close to her,and she asked about, and he went, " You're the safest place to be right now." I laughed so hard!
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