ok enough scrappy doo blogging for tonight. Sorry for all that!
Thank you, Marco! I can’t wait to watch it.
Anonymous said: "i cant wait to transfer my consciousness to a computer so human weaknesses like digestion, love, mountain dew, and sleep dont impede my march towards enlightenment anymore" but what if u dont liek scrappy anymore
I WILL ALWAYS
LIKE LOVE SCRAPPY DAPPY DOO.
on another note, if youre not willing to accept a movie where daphne is basically buffy the vampire slayer, then IDK what to tell you
That’s probly the best part of that movie tbh.
theres an article on why everything doctor who is canon even if there are conflicting events and basically what im trying to say is that i cant back up my argument but what youre saying doesnt convince me in the slightest
Well time-travel isn’t an integral part of Scooby Doo. And Scrappy Dappy Doo is super adorbs and brave and lovable and tough and I think that’s enough to make anyone love that sweet little pup.
Also, from Wikipedia:
"Scrappy [Doo] has a contradicted origin. Originally, as shown in the introduction of the series episodes, Scrappy only met his Uncle Scooby after becoming a young pup. But in the December 1980 episode of Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (‘Scrappy’s Birthday’) depicts Scrappy-Doo’s birth with both Scooby and Shaggy in attendance. [Scrappy was] born at St. Bernard’s Hospital to Scooby-Doo’s sister Ruby-Doo on December 20, 1979."
why is it not canon
The film and its sequels are inconsistent with much in the SD canon, especially A Pup Named Scooby Doo. The most glaring example of this is the second sequel, which claims to depict Mystery, Inc.’s first case, but takes place when they are older than in APNSD.
The films also take place in the early 2000’s, while Scooby Doo Where Are You!, etc., are set in the early 1970’s. If the films were canon, the gang would be much older (and Scooby Dooby Doo would likely have already died).
Also, in the canon, it is well established that Scrappy Doo is the puppy nephew of Scooby Doo, not an adult dog with a “glandular disorder.”