funny pups

Robot wolf pup

I was just in time to catch the wolf part of the ”making of” episode of Spy in the Wild for you guys! I didn’t even know about this programme until yesterday evening my dad texted me to turn on the television RIGHT NOW and I saw this.

Spy in the Wild is a documentary series in which animatronic spy creatures infiltrate the animal world to explore their complex emotions. Episode 3 called “Friendship” covers the wolf cub robot. Watch the trailer here!

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The cutest fox

Time for a brand-new series, and one that I know *nothing* about!

Here comes the intro – let’s see what’s up.

We’ve got Scooby in a kitchen… and since I’m watching in historically-accurate Certified Late‘80s VHS-O-Vision™, certain frames look like–

–Scooby is some transcendent multi-dimensional being, phasing in and out of existence within our mortal realm.

Then again, how do we know he’s not?

A monster pops out of his food bowl, and Scooby does…

…uh… whatever this is.

Cut to Scoob alongside Tiny Daphne in a graveyard.

She then proceeds to phase the Scooby Snacks–

 –straight through his ear, because Tiny Daphne is magic, I guess.

At this point, the theme song specifies that:

When the ghosts and ghouls attack, Scooby eats a Scooby Snack!

but Tiny Daphne pours the whole box of ‘em down his throat, throwing the whole “*a* Scooby Snack” thing out the window.

Immediately after, Scooby does–

…um…

…he does… uh…

whatever this is? I guess?

And then, he… uh, he kinda…

…uh…

becomes a rocket? Because reasons?

I don’t want to know what part of Scooby makes that exhaust port.

Scooby-rocket ascends into the heavens…

…up, up into the sunset sky…

Random Babby Velma walks in…

…and Scooby-rocket… wait, explodes into fireworks?

And then Random Tiny Velma makes her eye b–…

WHY AM I TRYING TO RATIONALIZE THIS

WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON

AM I LOSING MY MI–

…oh. Ohhhh dear.

Well, that explains everything.

Get ready, folks, this show is gonna be a heck of a Scooby-rocket ride.

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Eight-week-old Gray wolf pup has the hiccups

Hey, remember when I said that first episode of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo yielded 53 posts-worth of material?

Yeah, well, turns out there were even two more gifs that had gotten lost.

Scooby, intermittently flying through the window…

I hear a “vvvrrrooosh!” sound in my head every time he goes by, like the old Humongous Entertainment educational games had.

…and the now-empty front gate having silhouettes of the gang when lightning strikes, because the animators didn’t want to bother to re-do it.

So… yeah. One episode, 55 posts, in actuality.

Just imagine what would happen if they made a Pup Named Scooby-Doo movi– wait, no. I am not giving them any ideas.