Really cool Valentine special! It must have been a bit hard to think of a villain, LOL... Valentine's Day, what villain could they use? The clones worked out just perfect! I also liked it when Daphne said "Was Sarah Michelle Gellar too busy?"!
What I remember the most about it is J.C. Chasez of N'Sync dressing up full-body as Scooby-Doo. Imagine him doing that in REAL life... though I think I could make a better Scooby-Doo than him; I already have the costume though I plan to improve it to bring it up to that quality:
I doubt he can even do the voice! (I need to work on mine.) (The mask I plan to get commissioned wouldn't be the "evil" Scooby, but it would be more like the mask from the Ape Man episode.)
Though back on topic, it was rather cheesy. I mean, the Mystery Inc. impostors kidnapping teenagers at Lovers' Lane? That's an unusual crime, compared to those couple of comics where that impostor Scooby gang was robbing banks and stuff to frame them (though they had a REAL dog instead of a human in a Scooby suit.) And as for having J.C. Chasez guest star, obviously this may have been because they couldn't get Justin Timberlake or anything like that (this show did have some lame choices for guest stars, compared to "The New Scooby-Doo Movies.") And I wonder why there wasn't any snow or whatever on the ground, like in our area on Valentines' season?
Wow that was a treat! One of the more unique episodes I've seen - a clone gang as the monsters and the only (as far as I know/remember) time when the celebrity guest was actually the "villain"! Also (again AFAIK) the only episode featuring the gang at home!
Here's a picture I did yesterday of me as the evil Scooby clone from the special... Of course, that's me in my rubber Scooby-Doo mask (by Rubies and Mask Illusions) and modified body costume (also by Rubies), with the glowing eyes added via Photoshop. I would've shot the photo outside, but it's all snowy out, unlike in the special where it practically felt like spring! Hmm, I have to say, I think I'd make a better Scooby-Doo than J.C. Chasez did!
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Post by 90s2000sDoo on Oct 16, 2017 9:57:59 GMT -5
This was a super fun episode to see the gang go against clones of themselves. It was funny to see JC Chavez as the villain. I also loved seeing the gang's houses in this episode and the town they live in in Whats New