Post by groovyscooby on Jun 26, 2013 11:33:38 GMT -5
There's also a reference in Teen Titans Go! when Robin asks Beast Boy if he'll go along with Robin's plan for a Scooby Snack (and he also transforms into Scooby as well!) and also in Dexter's Lab when Dexter goes to get a box of dog food and the box is shown to be a box of Scooby Snacks!
From "It's All Greek to Scooby Doo"
Major: "Did you see the centaur?"
Daphne: "No, the hoofmarks on my back are a fashion statement."
I particularly liked how they'd get Frank Welker to voice Fred, and even using the Hanna-Barbera sound effects as well. (The closest we've got to "The Scooby-Doo Murder Files" would have had to been SD:MI!)
Also, the famous "And I would have gotten away with it..." was used in a Big Time Rush episode featuring a ghost. But the culprit - shooting a horror movie at the hotel - said "And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for you meddling... cute... hot guys...".
Another Family Guy parody from a more recent May 2014 episode not mentioned in Wileyk209's article: In the episode, Meg Stinks!, Brian Griffin is forced to sleep outside (due to getting sprayed by a skunk) and states his nephew Scrappy Brian didn't even make it through the night. It then cuts to a scene depicting a puppy resembling Brian, who inquires about a noise in the bushes. Brian would rather ignore it, but Scrappy Brian shouts Scrappy Doo's catchphrase, "Let me at em", and charges, and is eaten by a velociraptor. Brian notes he told his sister "This wasn't a good weekend". From en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrappy-Doo
In an episode of Duck Dodgers, where a bully challenges Daffy in a surfing contest, while they are running around, Scooby and the gang run too, in the classic style, followed by Daffy and the bully, and right behind them the ghost of Captain Cutler, the Witch (SDWAY), Redbeard's Ghost, the Creeper and the Phantom Shadows.