This incarnation of the popular cartoon series finds Scooby and the gang living in Crystal Cove, a small town with a long history of ghost sightings, monster tales and other mysteries ripe for the sleuths to solve once and for all. But the longstanding Crystal Cove residents, who bank on the town's reputation to attract tourists, are prepared to do what it takes to protect their turf.
Brainiac Velma, jock Fred, fashionista Daphne, hippie Shaggy, and Shaggy's highstrung, talking Great Dane, Scooby-Doo, climb into their green van, the Mystery Machine, and hit the road in search of weird phenomena to solve. And even when Scooby and the gang aren't actively searching for them, mysteries just have a way of falling into their laps. Ruh-roh!
Following the success of "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!," the lily-livered Great Dane and those meddling kids returned in a new series for more brushes with the spooky, this time rubbing shoulders with famous celebrities along the way. The show's duration was expanded to one hour, allowing for double the thrills, chills and corny laughs, as Scoob, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma solved crimes with the help of such guest stars as Don Knotts, Tim Conway, Don Adams, Phyllis Diller and Jonathan Winters. No team-up was considered too odd, with the Mystery Machine team even encountering long-dead comedy duo Laurel and Hardy, crime-fighters Batman and Robin, and the fictional Addams Family. Just as bizarre was the three, count 'em, three separate appearances by the Harlem Globetrotters among the show's 24 episodes. Zoinks, indeed!
The Mystery Inc. gang, as junior-high-aged teens and Scooby as a puppy, works together to solve supernatural mysteries, chase villains and dance to rock 'n' roll songs. Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne, Velma and Scooby-Doo get into all sorts of funny situations and, spoiler alert, the monsters all turn out to be bad guys in costumes.
Bugs Bunny -- the famous "wascally wabbit" -- is back, along with other classic Looney Tunes favorites, in these new comedic shorts featuring the iconic characters. As in the past, Bugs matches wits against familiar foes, like Yosemite Sam and Wile E. Coyote, in addition to new enemies. The popular rabbit gets help along the way from new friends, including Bigfoot and a squirrel named Squeaks. Although the cartoons are new, the wackiness is familiar to viewers who are used to the classic days of Bugs and his friends.
This follow-up to the popular "Teen Titans" series takes a more comedic look at the superheroes, showing what life is like for the teens when their capes come off. Funny things happen to Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg between saving the world and being regular teens, living together without adult supervision. The teens, in their ordinary lives, deal with the everyday issues of adolescence that include such important things as having staring contests to determine who does the laundry and going on a series of quests to construct the perfect sandwich. But, of course, the heroes still fight crime in Jump City when the need arises. Whatever the situation, they're always ready for an adventure -- inside the house or out of it.