i just watched this ep n loved it, i love the bit where they are all in the costumes n how shaggy is dressed lol, n it is funny how Daph is next to Freddy and is like "this is nice" n then Fred pushes her away n says "Watch it Daph we're married we cant look to happy" lol
probobly tied for favourite with ep 4
LOL that made me laugh when Fred said that. I`m enjoying the more `adult` jokes I guess you could call them in the show. Like in the first episode with the whole teacher thing.
Post by shaggyfan86 on Aug 11, 2010 19:23:05 GMT -5
It was a fun episode, except for once again naggy Velma. I am really hopping Shaggy breaks up with her, all she does is boss him around and tell him to do things. I like Shaggy for those qualitys he has. Dang you Velma!
Post by UltimateScoobyFan on Aug 11, 2010 20:27:16 GMT -5
I know right!? Like I said before, everything Velma wants to change is what makes Shaggy who he is! I mean, why would she date him if she wants to change so much about him? -,- Sigh, Hopefully Velma will chill out. lol
Post by ScoobyAddict on Aug 24, 2010 6:35:58 GMT -5
I finally got to watch this episode. What is going on with Velma and her being so bossy towards Shaggy?? I'm really not liking that! Does she have to try to change everything about him? I mean, him saying Like is his thing. And the pants? Geez...when has Velma ever cared about fashion? I really hope they stop with this whole Velma/Shaggy thing. It's turning parts of the show into a soap opera, and I don't like that! Other than that, the episode was good. Not my favorite.
I was also surprised to see the kids were just wearing masks. But the story behind their costumes was odd. When the villain was unmasked, and she explained how the kids would put their wigs and false teeth in when the flute was played...but when they were watching TV, they all had masks on. It also didn't make sense that their eyes would glow when they were just wearing masks and false teeth. I'd have to say this is probably my least favorite episode so far, but it wasn't horrible either. And no Mr. E?
Post by scoobyfan101 on Jan 27, 2014 12:31:41 GMT -5
I did notice that this episode had alot of nods to the classic episodes and one in particular: The Vampire Episode in 69.
It reminded me when the children were first shown as monsters and hearing the pan flute it reminded me of when the young woman from that episode heard ringing of a bell on the phone and turned into a vampire. then you realize she was hypnotized by the bad guy to do it.
Anyone else notice this?
Oh and I loved the married joke to and not to mention what shaggy said about his baggy trousers.