It's hard to believe that Scooby-Doo has been around for 53 years today! To celebrate, I'd like to look back on a post I did three years ago on this day, ranking each of the series in order. Back then, only a few episodes of Guess Who have aired, and my opinions have changed a bit, so I thought it would be fun to revisit this list and update it a bit.
16. The Richie Rich / Scooby-Doo Show
This is still my least favorite series of the franchise. I much prefer the mystery element of Scooby, so given these episodes are all just comedy romps, this series has never really appealed to me. The 7-minute runtime doesn't allow time for any meaningful plot to develop, and the writing often felt rushed.
15. The Scooby & Scrappy-Doo Puppy Hour
This ranking hasn't changed either. Not really much to add here, since it's pretty much the same issue I had with the last one, but this is slightly above The Richie Rich / Scooby-Doo Show since there's sometimes a recurring plot of them being on cases for Shaggy's Uncle Fearless, which saves the adventures from being completely pointless. The Yabba-Doo shorts are fine, but they run into the same issue of not enough time and mostly just a comedy romp.
14. Scooby's All Star Laff-a-Lympics
I think it was a really cool idea to have the Hanna-Barbera characters compete against one another in a "Battle of the Network Stars" type competition. All of the different event ideas were cool, and it was fun seeing what the characters would do in different scenarios. However, the plot does get kind of "comedy romp"ish, which as I said, isn't quite what I'm looking for in Scooby even if it is entertaining. The repetitive plot does get a bit tiring after a while, in the sense that it's always just the Rottens cheating and the other two teams having to find a way around whatever obstacle the Rottens have put in their way. It's something that I enjoy watching from time to time, but it isn't something I'd rewatch regularly.
13. Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!
Unpopular opinion: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! gets way too much hate. While it's not a traditional Scooby series by any stretch of the imagination, it's a lot of fun for what it is. The theme song never particularly annoyed me like it does for other people, and while Shaggy's voice is a bit jarring at first, you quickly get used to it. The humor is pretty fun at times, the characters are really interesting and well-developed, and the situations they find themselves in are ridiculous, but it's fun. This is one of those series that you kind of have to go into with the expectation it's not going to be like other Scooby series, but I really appreciate this series for what it is.
12. The Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo Show
Now we're getting to the series I really enjoy. There are some really solid episodes here, and it sort of feels like a fourth season of The Scooby-Doo Show in some ways. The one issue I have with this series is the portrayal of Scrappy. While I don't hate him, he's very in-your-face here in a way that he isn't in some of the later shows we haven't gotten to yet, and I'm not the biggest fan of it. I also don't like how at times, Fred, Velma and Daphne begin to feel a bit like background characters because Scrappy is being placed front and center. Don't get me wrong, I by no means hate this series and find it quite enjoyable, but this one aspect brought it down from where it could have been.
11. Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
Up until this point, all of the shows had been in the same order that they were in the original post. However, Guess Who moved a bit down for me. I've talked quite a bit about my opinion of Guess Who in previous posts. At the time of this last ranking, I'd only seen 12 episodes (knowing me, it was actually probably less than that because I likely wrote the post in advance lol), and I was talking about how the nostalgia felt a bit forced. I think I was optimistic the show would find itself when I wrote that post, but I would say my opinion of it has lessened since then. I found the show was very bland, and while I did feel the forced nostalgia got better after the first season, liking episodes was often dependent on your enjoyment of the guest star. "A Mystery Solving Gang Divided!" and "Ollie Ollie In-come Free!" were good examples of that - the guest stars were so in-your-face obnoxious that it made the episodes unenjoyable, at least to me. On the other end of the spectrum, sometimes the guest stars would seem a bit awkward in the role - Jim Gaffigan, Bill Nye, and Neil deGrasse Tyson being examples. That would also make the episodes not as enjoyable as they could be, because certain dialogue would feel awkward or forced. I was really looking forward to the Kacey Musgraves episode, because I love Kacey, but in my opinion it kind of fell flat because she didn't really feel into the role. I would still agree with what I said three years ago that the show didn't ever feel like it brought anything distinct to the table - it felt very safe and like nothing new was really explored. The mysteries sometimes weren't as developed or interesting as they could be because too much focus would be put on the guest star. Don't get me wrong though, there were some amazing episodes here - "I Put a Hex on You!" and "The Legend of the Gold Microphone!" in particular - but overall as a series, there were others I liked better.
10. The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show
The re-addition of Daphne felt like it brought mysteries and structure back to the table, and the added four minutes of runtime made the plots not seem so rushed like they did in the 7-minute shorts. Scrappy also feels a bit more toned down in this series, where he isn't always the center focus and other characters feel like they have time to shine.
9. The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries
Although it's basically the same series as the above one, I loved that this brought back full-length episodes some of the time. There are some solid episodes here that are among my favorites of the franchise - "A Halloween Hassle at Dracula's Castle," "The Nutcracker Scoob," and "Happy Birthday Scooby-Doo!" There were certainly a few duds here, but the majority of the episodes were great.
8. The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
I love how in the previous article for this, I apparently wrote "I'll probably be surprised when re-reading this article in a year!" I will confirm I was indeed surprised, both that I ranked this so high previously and to see that random note from myself written three years ago lol. I remember that I'd rewatched this series around that time, so that could have been why this got so inflated. I absolutely love the premise of this series. It's such a cool idea to have Scooby and the gang searching for 13 of the most terrifying ghosts in the world, and some of the ghosts were truly amazing (Maldor and Zomba being my two favorites). My main reason for this ranking decreasing from 2019 is because I wish this series would have had a stronger consistency with the tone. At times, I feel like this series couldn't really tell if it wanted to be dark or silly. We'd get really dark premises like the gang trying to stop a witch from destroying the world, but then it would be executed in a really goofy way, like the gang chasing a witch version of the Three Stooges. At times, it sort of feels like there were two different creative visions for the show that got amalgamated into one, and while it worked sometimes, other times it didn't. I feel like the writing got less strong as the series went on as well. Those who know me know how much I dislike Rankor. He was such a cool-looking villain, but if he's one of the thirteen most powerful ghosts in the world, why is he taking orders from some random monster club and going in the chest willingly?!? I'm still not over how flat-out stupid that scene is even 12 years after watching it for the first time lol.
Overall, I really liked the dark and edgy vibe this series was going for, and the comedy was definitely fun at times. Although it went down a bit for me since the last ranking, I still enjoy this series and wish it would have had a second season to wrap things up.
7. A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo is such a fun, quirky little show. Although the gang's personalities are quite different from any previous incarnation, I love all the different characterizations of Fred, Velma and Daphne. Fred is super funny, and it's interesting to see Velma in a shier role. While I wouldn't say bossy Daphne is my favorite characterization, Kellie Martin does such a good job with it and I think it fits very naturally with this series. The zaniness of this series can be off the charts at times, but it's so much fun and I have a great appreciation for this show.
6. What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Ugh, I hate that this didn't make top 5, and it was a really difficult choice. I love the updated feel of this show, and it felt like a really natural return to the classic gang adventures, which we hadn't seen in a full series at that point since the 70s. I think a lot of shows introducing technology can be sort of cringey, but this incorporated everything flawlessly in a way that felt consistent with the Scooby-Doo formula. The consistency across seasons in this show is arguably probably the best of any Scooby series, and the mysteries and monsters are top notch.
5. The Scooby-Doo Show
Interestingly given I was just talking about consistency, this is perhaps the show with the most inconsistent tone across seasons, which ironically is kind of part of the appeal of it. Season 1 is such a classic and the writing is solid all throughout. Season 2 is collectively my favorite season in Scooby history. The season had such a dark, eerie tone to it that remains unmatched to date. I personally love darker episodes, so this season was incredible to me. I wish it would have been longer! Season 3 focused more on globetrotting, and many of the episode focused more heavily on the Shaggy and Scooby antics rather than the mystery. While I've mentioned before the heavy focus on antics isn't my favorite (I'm more interested in the mystery aspect of the franchise), I do still really appreciate this series for it introducing us to the gang traveling to different countries on a consistent basis (since them visiting other countries had been much more sporadic previously), which later comes into play more consistently again in What's New, Scooby-Doo?. I liked that we got to meet a lot of the gang's relatives in this season, especially Scooby-Dum, who I have always loved as a character. Although all three seasons are very different, there are so many classics in this series and that makes this series top tier for me.
4. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
This is where it gets really tough for me, because the remaining four series are all incredible in their own ways. I love the darker tone of this series, and the overarching plot is done so much better here than it was in The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo. The format of a mystery-of-the-week along with the gang slowly figuring out the overarching mystery worked so well. I thought the Easter eggs and callbacks to old series were great. The mature writing (besides the relationship drama) worked really well here, and I would love to see another series like this someday.
3. Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
I know this series has a terrible reputation among some fans, but when you give it a chance beyond the animation, I would argue this series has the most clever writing of any Scooby show to date. The random, absurdist humor is exactly my preferred style of comedy, so this series really resonated with me. I love how this series developed the characters further, particularly Daphne. Daphne's authentically weird, quirky antics were amazing, and it made her such an interesting character. The only thing I wish is that Jon Colton Barry (the head writer) had more creative control over the first season and the last half of season 2. I felt that this series hit its strongest point when JCB was able to exert full creative control over the plots and characters in the first half of season 2. The characters were always on point, and the monsters and mysteries were so well-developed in season 2. That's not to say they weren't in season 1, but I felt the first half of season 2 was the strongest when it came to character development and mysteries. The smart, witty writing fit so well here and I think if you give yourself a chance to get used to the animation, you'll find this show is really enjoyable. The most common complaint I hear is about the animation, and I know it's a bit jarring, but the writing here is far too amazing in my opinion not to give this series a chance.
2. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
So, this used to be my favorite series, and it's still very close. This series started it all, and created so many of the tropes we've grown to love. These original adventures are always going to be the classics in my mind. It was very close, but my current favorite series is now...
1. The New Scooby-Doo Movies
I think part of this is driven by nostalgia, because my parents recorded these episodes on VHS tapes, and I would watch these episodes over and over when I was a kid. I loved the addition of the guest stars to the formula, and the extended run time allowed for some great character interactions and engaging mysteries. A lot of my favorite episodes from the franchise come from this series - "The Loch Ness Mess," "The Mystery of Haunted Island," and "Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner" to name a few. I really liked how fluid the tone of this show was. Every episode felt like a new adventure, and the guest stars brought such a variety of different tones to the table. Someone brought this up to me recently and I hadn't really thought about it before, but the episodes also always take the guest star out of their element and put them in a unique situation, and I think that's part of the charm of this series. The two episodes from this series that I'm not as big of a fan of ("The Phantom of the Country Music Hall" and "Mystery in Persia") are the only two episodes that don't really take the guest star out of their element. In his episode, Jerry Reed is just performing a concert in a music hall, and "Mystery in Persia" honestly feels more like a Jeannie episode than a Scooby-Doo episode. The fact that this series puts the guest stars in such quirky situations makes for a ton of fun, and that's ultimately why this series is currently my favorite.
Thank you so much for reading these rankings! If you want to share your own, I'd love to see other people's rankings in the comments, even if it's just an updated version of them if you posted on the original comment thread.
9/13/2022 12:28:17 pm
Here we go. I'm not gonna bother with Laff-a-Lympics, since that is a Hanna-Barbera crossover show, not really a Scooby-Doo show. And I also view what seasons consist certain shows a bit differently from you, as you'll see in my ranking (strap in, cuz this turned out LONG):
9/13/2022 12:29:21 pm
10) Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1979-1980)
9/13/2022 12:30:32 pm
7) The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show/The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries
9/13/2022 12:31:06 pm
5) Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
9/13/2022 12:31:47 pm
3) Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
9/13/2022 02:03:29 pm
I really enjoyed reading your rankings! I agreed with a lot of it, but I just have some random comments I had based on certain things you said.
9/13/2022 03:11:14 pm
13) Another issue is the strange inappropriate portrayals of certain cultures and people. A lot of the earlier shows have one or two episodes with some questionable moments/ideas, but there seemed to be a worrying amount of those in the Scrappy shorts, too many of them for comfort.
9/13/2022 05:14:29 pm
13. Yeah, I agree with you that many of these plots don't seem to be well-thought through when it came to culture.
9/13/2022 07:04:38 pm
The plotline between Daphne & Fred was definitely not inherently toxic like the other one, but it was still executed really badly to me. Felt like a CW show romance, which isn't a good thing. All that their storyline achieved for me was showcase they wouldn't work as a couple (which makes it a bit messed up that they ended up together in the end lol). I couldn't stand either ship in SDMI
9/13/2022 10:52:09 pm
I can kind of see what you mean, it worked for me in the sense that it wasn't all the time or in-your-face in the way Shaggy/Velma was. Honestly, if that Daphne & Velma book where Fred and Velma are romantically interested in each other taught me anything, it's that romance in Scooby-Doo is best as a side thing. It doesn't work with the main plot because it almost always detracts from the mystery. With Fred and Daphne, although it's been a while since I've done a full SDMI rewatch, it wasn't all-consuming where it was constantly in the background, like with Shaggy having to choose between Velma and Scooby, or Velma trying to control Shaggy by saying she'd leave him if he did certain things he enjoyed. There were brief scenes where it was focused on, but then they'd usually get right back to the mystery, unlike with Shaggy and Velma where it was so in-your-face you couldn't escape it. That's just my two cents, I guess.
9/14/2022 12:56:45 am
I love how detailed these explanations are, great stuff!
9/13/2022 02:41:04 pm
I 'm just wondering is it possible to rank every single scooby doo film lol ?
9/13/2022 05:01:40 pm
Haha I will certainly keep it mind for the future, but I've been super busy lately so I don't think I'll have the time for a little while. I appreciate the suggestion, though!
9/13/2022 03:43:01 pm
I just noticed that both SD&SD and SDAGW are ranked #11 on the post, there are 16 entries on there, not 15.
9/13/2022 05:02:01 pm
Oops lol, thank you, I just fixed that.
9/13/2022 06:02:19 pm
Happy 53rd Scooby-Doo 🎉
9/13/2022 07:14:53 pm
9/13/2022 10:42:27 pm
Really interesting list! It's cool to see Get a Clue and Laff-a-Lympics near the top!
9/13/2022 08:36:42 pm
Oh, wow! Who'da thunk my comment complaining about Phantom of the Country Music Hall would leave an impression lol. Cheers to another Scooby-versary.
9/13/2022 10:45:47 pm
Haha, tbh I wrote this article two months ago, probably around the time you made that comment. I actually thought it was really insightful and something I'd not really thought about before, but I think you're absolutely right. The fact that the guest star is always put in a very zany, out of their element situation is what makes the show as fun as it is. I was kind of surprised how spot-on the observation was too, given the only two episodes where that doesn't happen are the two episodes I don't really care for as much.
9/13/2022 08:41:42 pm
Here are my rankings!
9/13/2022 10:42:51 pm
Nice rankings! I agree with all of them.
9/14/2022 12:45:17 am
16. Scooby Doo and Guess Who: I would've never expected this when it was on, but at this point, it just has to be my least favorite, but not in a traditional sense. Odds are, I would enjoy a random episode of this series more than Get A Clue or the Scrappy shorts. So why is this at the bottom? Simple, I find it creatively bankrupt. When Becker says "Dull as nuts", it is an understatement. I don't want to make any comments about how the writers weren't even trying, but it genuinely feels like it. Or, rather their efforts were not with the plot or mystery. This series shows that there is a REASON why episodes of the NSDM were 40 minutes so they can have a genuinely good plot as well as letting the guest star be themselves and integrate themselves with the gang. Clearly, it is hard to do it in the 20 minute format. Not to mention, this series is more formulaic than A PUP NAMED SCOOBY DOO (which actually utilizes its formula in the best possible way, with a lot of charm and wit). I have less respect for this series than any other, even if I don't want to pile on it too hard, but it has to be here for me
9/14/2022 12:49:17 am
...nd. Overall, I like the season, but it takes away the consistency of the show for me. I can't reiterate enough how special those first two seasons are though
9/14/2022 04:20:32 am
About Get a Clue, I do wonder if you've come around to giving some episodes a shot recently, since I remember you saying you might pop it in and finally properly watch it.
9/14/2022 06:26:38 pm
I have not done so yet. Perhaps I'll do it when my schedule clears up a bit
9/14/2022 10:11:37 am
16. I love how we've all just collectively associated Becker's phrase "dull as nuts" with Guess Who lol. Personally, I don't know if I'd go as far as saying it's creatively bankrupt. There were definitely some decent episodes here, but the overarching problem with it for me is that it tried so hard to be like Where Are You and New Scooby-Doo Movies that it felt forced, and thus it didn't feel like it brought anything new or different to the franchise.
9/14/2022 10:38:43 am
14) I don't think I have a single needle in that haystack, maybe ironic, but not genuine.
9/14/2022 03:35:08 pm
I prefer The Scooby-Doo Show season 3. Although I'm not a big fan of the antics, I wouldn't say I dislike them either. They're just kind of there for me, which made a lot of the episodes in that season meh. On the other hand, while I don't hate The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, Scrappy can sometimes overtake the episodes and make certain scenes a bit annoying. There's no element of TSDS season 3 that annoys me, I'm just more neutral on it because the first two seasons did it better, so gotta go with that one.
9/14/2022 04:00:51 pm
Like I've said before, I'm never bothered by the antics (at least not in this season). I actually love the antics because I think they're genuinely entertaining as hell. That's what they're supposed to do, so they do their job well. And (hot take?) they don't detract from the stories and mysteries in TSDS season 3 personally.
9/14/2022 06:34:04 pm
16. I'll admit that using that phrase was definitely very hyperbolic lol. But I will still stand by it being bland and cookie cutter
9/14/2022 06:35:59 pm
I don't really have a problem with the antics on the surface level, but as I've said before, when several episodes are just Scooby and Shaggy running away from the monster while the other three do everything, it just makes the plots a lot weaker. And it is a shame because something like The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake would've been amazing if it was done like a season 2 episode, but as is, I find it one of the more underwhelming episodes of the series
9/15/2022 08:25:08 am
Like Matt said, I don't really mind the antics on the surface level either. I agree they can be entertaining at times (especially in BCSD). It's more that the season 3 episodes feel like Fred, Daphne and Velma do everything while Shaggy and Scooby run away from the monster. It makes the plots not as interesting when that's all Shaggy and Scooby are doing, especially compared to how they are involved in the mystery solving process much more in seasons 1 and 2.
9/15/2022 10:15:14 am
I didn't feel like Shag & Scoob contributed virtually nothing to the plots personally, but that's just how I see it after all.
9/14/2022 12:54:30 am
It's always interesting to see how opinions changed. I guess we can both say that Guess Who fell down for us, even if it happened to me in a much more dramatic sense
9/14/2022 04:24:32 am
It happened in a dramatic sense for me too. I remember the good ol' days after the first half of season 1 which I originally enjoyed a good bit and I was hopeful for this series and its surefire improvement. So naive. How times change, right?
9/14/2022 10:13:11 am
It was really interesting to look back on my old post, because I'd written it when only the first 12 episodes of the series had been released. I'd even mentioned that I hoped it would get better and rely less on forced nostalgia, which didn't really happen. I guess I do think that once the series got a rhythm, it improved a little bit, but it's still not anywhere near great.
9/14/2022 08:49:53 am
Oh no, not this again, maybe when I have time.
9/14/2022 10:14:35 am
If you have the time, I'll be interested to see how your rankings change since you commented on the original post!
9/15/2022 03:36:12 pm
Slightly rushed, here you go. Want any explanations, ask.#
9/15/2022 03:39:24 pm
There's a lot of support for Get a Clue in these comments. A Pup seems a bit low. Not quite sure if you like that show or not?
9/15/2022 04:06:22 pm
Becker, From my original list:
9/15/2022 05:44:02 pm
Surprised to see Get a Clue so high from you! All the other ranking make sense, I can see how Pup isn't for everyone. Fun to see your rankings!
9/16/2022 03:52:39 am
I'm a little surprised to but when I watched it properly, it's good in it's own right, it offers something different to the franchise rather than just playing on nostalgia as Warner Bros. have done in the last few years.
9/16/2022 04:21:10 am
I personally thought Fred was hilarious, but I can see why he'd cross the line into irritable territory (kinda similarly to Scrappy and Flim Flam)
9/16/2022 09:56:55 am
I also found Fred really hilarious! I get why he'd be annoying to some people, though.
9/16/2022 10:10:52 am
@Mr. Neither glad to meet another fan that appreciates Get a Clue for what it is. I agree that even if it's not the best Scooby series, it's great for taking a risk and trying something different. I don't really think there's anything wrong with the series, it's just doesn't follow the traditional Scooby formula.
9/16/2022 12:24:27 pm
I’ll also toss one vote in for Fred being hilarious in APNSD. Probably funnier than I have found any other member of the gang in a specific incarnation
9/16/2022 12:56:56 pm
I'll expand on why I don't like Fred in Pup. I just feel it was unfair to treat him like a total idiot but he was funny, even if a little irritable at times.
9/17/2022 10:39:08 am
I can understand that, although I didn't think he was treated like a complete idiot. None of the gang members were cruel to him IMO.
9/14/2022 03:20:00 pm
16. Puppy Hour, I think the Yabba Shorts and the fact that Scooby and Shaggy are like detective cops is an odd choice.
9/14/2022 03:43:47 pm
It was fun reading your rankings! I agreed with quite a bit of what you said, so I don't have comments for every ranking, but I have a few miscellaneous comments about some of them!
9/14/2022 05:16:10 pm
The episode is What A Night For A Dark Knight. The fact it was supposed to be the first episode in the Guess Who series it had so much call backs to What A Night For A Knight, even reusing the same model for the Scooby Snax bribe scene. Velma thinking the monster is Shaggy (which given it a few seconds she might have thought Man Bat was sick). Them breaking into the building like the museum. Alfred being the Professor Hyde White character. It was really a love letter to the original Scooby. But also a love letter to Batman, which unfortunately wasn’t in much of the episode. The parts he was in was amazing.
9/15/2022 08:20:45 am
That's a cool choice! I enjoyed that episode too. It was fun to see Batman in a somewhat more comedic role.
9/15/2022 12:09:36 am
Nice to see you revisit it! I'm neck deep in grad school work, and frankly you couldn't get me to sit through the scooby scrappy and shaggy shorts again so I doubt I could ever give a full list myself. New Scooby doo movies I always had a soft spot for cause I love the guest stars though some of them are just odd choices coming back to it as an adult, like I get they had a three stooges show, but Laurel and Hardy?? (love that episode though).
9/15/2022 08:17:43 am
Good luck with grad school! Yeah, I have a soft spot for the Laurel and Hardy episode too. I can get what you mean about SDMI. It worked for me, because no Scooby series had done it before and they pulled from some obscure shows/films rather than just mostly Where Are You references like Guess Who did.
9/15/2022 10:12:53 am
Tbf, one of the references (if you can even call it that, more like overt commentary) in SDMI is actually one of, if not the worst scene in that show, namely when Fred and Daphne stumble upon Flim Flam and Scrappy's statues and... you know the rest. It's awful in every sense.
9/15/2022 11:09:32 am
Oh yeah, that scene is absolutely awful and mean. There was no reason for them to insert that kind of commentary into the show and it's one of the few references I didn't like from SDMI.
9/15/2022 02:58:50 am
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You and Guess Who
9/15/2022 01:33:33 pm
I recently bought some screen used scooby art (called cels) that were pieces of hand painted plastic used to animate the pre 2002 episodes/movies. I got 1 from TNSDMo and 2 from T13GoSD. I own bits of those episodes now lol!
9/15/2022 02:17:31 pm
That is so cool! Thanks for sharing! :)
9/16/2022 12:36:15 am
Will there be a re-ranking of the movies?
9/16/2022 09:57:38 am
Like I responded to Amber above, I will at some point in the future.
9/16/2022 11:23:39 am
Scooby-Doo: Falcon Force deserves to be in cinemas
9/19/2022 02:00:02 pm
I was really busy these past weeks (It's exam period here in Greece's universities) and i didn't have time to wish my beloved scooby happy birthday.
9/19/2022 05:12:28 pm
I hope exam season went well for you!
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