Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard and Freddie Prinze Jr. had a long history of working together prior to the first two live action movies. Both Lillard and Prinze starred in the 1999 films "Wing Commander" and "She's All That," the latter of which also had a brief uncredited appearance from Gellar. The 2001 film "Summer Catch" featured both Lillard and Prinze as well, with Gellar in a small role. Prinze and Gellar would also star together in "I Know What You Did Last Summer," and Gellar and Lillard worked together in "Scream 2."
Thanks to Becker for coming up with this fun fact!
I gotta say mine is Shreako for the sense of humor. And yeah, I know Uncle Hide-and-Seeko wasn't a Boo Brother, but you gotta love that name so I included him as an option just for fun haha.
Here's the results from last week's poll:
Who is your favorite character?
Scooby-Doo - 36
Shaggy - 16
Fred - 8
Daphne - 7
Velma - 7
Decades ago, WB cut an approximately minute long scene from “The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair” (The New Scooby-Doo Movies) featuring Batman and the gang right before they enter the toy factory at the end of the episode. After 34 years of the scene being lost, not even included on the DVD or digital releases, the scene was discovered on a VHS tape recording that a fan had of the episode from 1986, the last time this scene was ever aired on TV. Check it out above!
In Scooby-Doo and Guess Who's "A Run Cycle Through Time," at one part in the episode, Velma appears to be riding a unicorn on the carousel time machine in close up shots. However, in long-distance shots, she is shown to be riding a bicycle.
In addition, as a minor bonus fun fact, the days of the week given for each of the dates are incorrect. July 9, 3535 is a Tuesday, not a Thursday, and October 10, 4646 is a Saturday, not a Friday as it is said in the episode.
Mine is Scooby, who else? Then Daphne, Shaggy, Fred, and last Velma.
Here are the results from last week's poll!
Out of all the villains from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?, which is your favorite?
Space Kook - 16
Werewolf (Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf?) - 12
Green Ghosts - 11
Ghost of Captain Cutler - 6
Ghost Clown - 5
The Creeper - 5
Puppet Master - 5
Headless Spectre - 3
Snow Ghost - 3
Witch Doctor (A Tiki Scare is No Fair) - 3
Redbeard - 2
Black Knight - 1
Miner 49er - 1
Witch Doctor (Decoy For A Dognapper) - 1
Ghost of Elias Kingston - 1
Charlie the Robot - 1
Witch - 1
Mummy - 1
Caveman - 1
Wax Phantom - 1
DC Comics has finally caught up with the comics intended for release before the pandemic. According to Newsarama, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You #105 will be released on August 18, pushed back from the original June 17 date due to a backlog of comics to print during the pandemic shutdowns. Note that August 18 is a Tuesday, not a Wednesday when Scooby-Doo comics are typically released. Check out the solicitation below:
SCOOBY-DOO, WHERE ARE YOU #105
written by SHOLLY FISCH
art and cover by WALTER CARZON
You might think the biggest dangers of going online are spam, scams, and celebrity news. But not when a mythological monster shows up to threaten the star of a popular internet vlog IRL (in real life)! Scooby and the gang will need all of their investigative skills—and awfully thick skins—to survive the nasty barbs of...the Internet Troll!
ON SALE 08.18.20
$2.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | DC
According to IndieWire, SCOOB! topped the digital charts this weekend by instantly debuting at #1 on both the Amazon and iTunes charts, and has stayed there ever sense. By comparison, Trolls 2, which is commonly cited as being the first film during this pandemic to take off on digital platforms, took two days to get to #1. Could this mean a SCOOB! sequel?
Many people erroneously think that The Scooby-Doo / Dynomutt Hour included the only 16 episodes of Dynomutt that were made. However, Dynomutt spun off and became its own show for a four-episode season 2 (before being cancelled), which ran alongside The Scooby-Doo Show season 2. These episodes, all named after the respective villains, were titled "Beastwoman," "The Glob," "Madame Ape Face," and "Shadowman."
To celebrate the 25th weekly poll, and the winner of the SCOOB! Trivia Challenge, Drakosleuth is writing this week's question!
I'd have to say my favorite is the Headless Spectre for being the creepiest of any of them.
It's been an exciting week, and I've just added up the final SCOOB! Week Trivia Challenge results! The correct answer to the last question was 9! These include:
1. Mummies from "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy Too" and "Mummy's the Word"
2. Zombies from "Which Witch is Which?" and "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo"
3. Redbeard from "Go Away Ghost Ship" and "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"
4. Redbeard Crew Member 1 from "Go Away Ghost Ship," "Sandy Duncan's Jekyll and Hydes" and "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"
5. Redbeard Crew Member 2 from "Go Away Ghost Ship," "Sandy Duncan's Jekyll and Hydes" and "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"
6. Green Ghosts from "A Night of Fright is No Delight" and The Ice Cream Ghosts from "The Ghost of the Bad Humor Man"
7. Lady Ghost from "The Spooky Fog" and the Ghost in the Window from "Mystery of Haunted Island"
8. Viking from "The Curse of Viking Lake" and "Scooby the Barbarian"
9. Bulldog from "Scooby's Swiss Miss" and "Muscle Trouble"
And that means, the winner is Drakosleuth! Here's the full leaderboard:
The Cop: 4
Justin Ordozzi: 4
Samuel Kirkwood: 3
Emmi Kat: 1
Congrats Drakosleuth, you are truly an amazing sleuth! As promised, your prize is that you get to write the question you want people to answer for the 25th weekly poll, so I await your answer to post this week's poll! :)