7, because of pacing problems (sometimes the gang wouldn't meet the actor or villain till halfway through the ep, most notably in the first Don Knotts appearance!) and the fact certain celebrities/characters were used more than once.
To be fair, the whole point of that episode was that Knotts was in disguise throughout the majority of the episode, which I think actually made for a very good concept.
7.5 / 10 - Obviously it gets a bit repetitive after a while, but I do genuinely enjoy the guest star aspect of the show, and it's last Scooby-Doo show to use the classic animation (even if it's of a lower quality, which really isn't saying much to begin with), and sound effects.
My favorites were probably The Ghost of Bigfoot and Guess Who Knotts Coming To Dinner. Just loads of fun.
Post by Soupperson on May 11, 2016 11:54:28 GMT -5
I really liked the series, 7/10 for me. My biggest problem is the pacing of some episodes, which could've easily been half an hour. I really liked the humor they used here, it's really just longer versions if the original with occasional messy plots.
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Post by 90s2000sDoo on May 5, 2017 11:52:45 GMT -5
I'd give it a 7 as I rank it slightly above average in all the Scooby Doo shows. Some episodes shined like Loch Ness Mess and Dynamic Scooby Doo Affair. Because of the long length though it seemed to drag at times. I loved the bigger settings, stories, and multiple monsters. But the guest stars and length seemed to drag.
For me, they are way too long and seem even more dated than SDWAY. There's not as much "heart" in these episodes. Sometimes the characters seem "off". I remember Fred making fun of Daphne in one episode. I'd give it a 6 or 7. It's still classic Scooby but not near as engaging as other series.
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