Post by scoobfanatic44 on Apr 1, 2016 16:16:01 GMT -5
My favorite episode is Scoobys Night with a Frozen Fright I just love the caveman.But I'm watching all the original episodes again so it might change.Also what is your favorite Scooby doo Where are you episode?
Post by scoobfanatic44 on Apr 2, 2016 17:41:31 GMT -5
So after watching the first 7 episodes of SDWAY on my complete collection cd I thought I'd rank them.Note this is my opinion.
7.Mine your own Buisness: Even after watching this 5 years ago I still find it bland.The monster isn't that cool and the mystery is meh.But I did like the setting which is pretty cool and scary.
6.Decoy for a Dognapper: In this episode there basically isn't a villian its just a dog napping mystery.But this episode did have some high notes.I liked the scenes with the train and the dogs capturing the villian.The setting was okay at most.
5.A Clue for Scooby Doo: I had this episode on my first Scooby doo cd so I remember it a lot.I really liked the Graveyard of Ships and Captain Cutler.But my favourite scene was when Shaggy,Velma,and Scooby doo went to widow Cutlers house.But the scene at the beach wasn't that interesting to me so I take away points for that.
4.Never Ape an Ape Man:I liked the monster and the setting a lot but the whole movie premise wasn't all that interesting but still it's good.
3.What a Night for a Knight:The first Scooby doo episode so props for that.Aalso the setting was pretty spooky but the Black Knight was a little boring.
2.What the Hex Going On: This episode was great the Monster and Setting are amazing and I really liked Uncle Stewart.But the only thing I didn't like was the scene at the Swami everything else great.
1.Hassle in the Castle:This episode was amazing the Vasquez Castle was a amazing and spooky setting and the Phantom was great with its creep laugh.But the biggest props go to the villian Bluestone he was great with all his magic tricks.But I wonder were the Vasquez treasure is.
Post by scoobfanatic44 on Apr 13, 2016 11:28:24 GMT -5
I have now watched the next seven episodes of Scooby Doo where are you so here is the ranking.
7.Foul Play in Funland:This episode was never really appealing to me.I liked the carnival setting but everything else I didn't like.Charlie was a pretty boring villian for me and technically he wasn't even a villian he was just a malfunctioning robot.
6.Spooky Space Kook:Now I know this dissison will cause back lash but I really didn't like this episode.The only reason it isn't my least favorite is the fact Space Kook was a decent villian.But the setting feels meh to me.
5.The Backstage Rage:Now the setting in this episode was very spooky but the culprit was kinda obvious and the villian was a tad boring for me.But this was the first episode I watched so points for that.
4.Scooby Doo and Mummy Too:The villian in this episode is actually one of my favorites and the setting was good.But I didn't like the plot involving the coin a lot and how did Dr Najib make those statues so fast?
3.A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts:This episode has some great villians.I loved Dracula,The Werewolf,and Frankenstein.The setting was amazing to I loved the labrotory scene and the crypt.But I didn't like the Gypsy and how did the villian get out of the coffin anyway?
2.Bedlam in the Bigtop:After I first watched this episode I found a gold coin and made my dad drill a hole in it and put string through the hole to make the gold coin the villian used.I loved the Ghost Clown and the Circus and I liked the hypnosis idea to.But I only didn't like the scene at the end.
1.Which Witch is Which:Say this 5 time fast.I loved this episode the Zombie and the Witch were such good villians and the setting was amazing.The idea of voodoo was also a good plot point.Overall this episode was perfect for me.
Post by 90s2000sDoo on Sept 15, 2017 12:04:16 GMT -5
My favorite Scooby-Doo Where Are You episode has to be Hassle in the Castle. The setting, creepiness, and ghost made classic scene after classic scene. Some episodes that would be close would be Jeepers It's the Creeper, Night of Fright is No Delight, and Backstage Rage