Ok, so... Shag ‘n’ Scoob are in *love.*

not with each other, mind you, even though I totally get that this frame suggests otherwise.

There’s some fun scenes with them not at all acting like themselves, when–

…when… um… wait, what kind of transition is th–

…it… I…

…well.

I certainly wasn’t expecting this.

And thank goodness I took my groovy-suppressant medication this morning…

…or else I definitely would have OD’d 10 seconds into this musical number.

Oh yeah, did I neglect to mention it’s a music video dream sequence sung by Shaggy? Because it totally is…

…even while including Scooby pogo-sticking on clouds…

…and a strawberry-cream-spewing whale, ready to add to the unceasing onslaught of insanity. 

Another day, another phrase I never thought I’d have to write.

The thing is, though?

The animation? Freakin’ amazing.

Just like the rest of Alien Invaders, the quality level and little touches are ridiculously good by Scooby standards. 

Almost feels like – gasp – the creators were given semi-adequate deadlines and budgets. What a novel concept!

But, uh… yeah, it sorta just keeps going and going–

–and just when you’re think your safe with this cute throwback scene, suddenly–

–OOF! The groovitude hits you like a ton of bricks.

Seriously guys, it’s a great sequence and all, but I don’t know how much more I can ta–

Ack! *cough cough* I’m… I’m not prepared to handle this much tie-dye at once…

no matter how great Scoob’s bowtie is, it might not be enough to save me, I think I’m gonna–

…oh? A reprieve! This scene is thoroughly safe!

…ok, sure, Baby Shaggy is a touch weird, but we’ve survived A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, right?

How bad could it be, anyw–

GAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

IT’S LIKE SCRAPPY-DOO PROCREATED WITH WINNIE THE POOH

AND CREATED AN ARMY OF SCRAPPY-THE-POOHS

oh bother uncle scooby

i will never sleep again