So I've noticed in this series, compared to later shows, the gang is shown more at home. Now I know Scooby Doo never had the most consistent continuity ever, but it seems at least in this show, the writers attempted to have some sort of "continuity". The malt-shop is seen in several episodes, and little minor things show up from time to time. Compare that to The Scooby Doo Show era, where only two episodes seem to be set at home (High Raise Hair Raiser and The No-Face Zombie Case), and most of the time the gang is seen traveling from place to place. Now this is understandable, since it seemed that the gang was in college while The Scooby Doo Show was happening, but I still thought it was pretty interesting.
They were. It's just that I always found it interested, considering the fact that they still traveled around, from location from location, from time to time. There were at least ten episodes that seemed to set at home, although the specific location in town, was always changing.
Post by slicknickshady on Apr 22, 2016 0:39:35 GMT -5
You know it was interesting. In S1 they worked with a professor so i was assuming college professor. But then in S2 they had a School Dance. Those can happen in college but are not common. So maybe it was just a local professor in S1 and not specifically there professor. Or that was a college dance in S2.