It depends. Maybe they'll do a few episodes of a show that are Shaggy and Scooby-only, like that weird What's New Scooby-Doo episode "Camp Comeoniwannascareya" (was that supposed to be a pilot or something?)
Since Warner won't be doing another Loonatics Unleashed, this means they won't be doing another "Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue" anymore, thank goodness
Post by UltimateScoobyFan on Nov 2, 2012 18:23:09 GMT -5
I think if done right, they could do something awesome with it. But I do love the whole gang together. They each bring something different to the table. As the show as progressed Fred, Velma and Daphne have more personality which is nice.
Post by Sophia Peletier on Apr 13, 2014 23:03:31 GMT -5
I don't think I could stand an entire series of JUST Scooby and Shaggy, as entertaining as they are. If they go back to the 80's format with just Shaggy, Scooby, Daphne, and maybe even Scrappy I'd be all for it and in love all over again! I'd even take the occasional Fred/Velma cameo like in "The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries". I loved the adventures/mysteries they had in the 80's incarnations.
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If they could do a series with only Scooby and Shaggy and successfully pull it off so that despite their cowardice, circumstances forced them to solve mysteries by themselves - I think it could be ironically interesting.
Post by rightinthetockles on Oct 11, 2017 22:05:28 GMT -5
The idea behind Shaggy and Scooby relating to the plot is that they're victims of circumstance but in a positive way. Shaggy and Scooby end up saving the day but not usually by purpose (or in the newer series, their consent) A 'solo-series' sounds right because Scooby and Shag take up most of the run time in anything Scooby-Doo; but when you consider how their characters work, how would you go about having them on their own? Scrappy is a little dog but tough, Scoob and Shag are cowardly but will stick their necks out for one another. The charm of a silly character becoming the hero gets old when there's nothing but silly characters becoming heroes. If everything is a conflict, nothing is a conflict and paradoxically you've made the most exciting part boring.