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I gotta say... after just 10 minutes, the French hunter guy this movie introduces may be the best character *ever.*

I mean, just look at him.

He’s like if Davy Crockett…

…had a child with Yukon Cornelius…

that was raised by Torbjörn.

He has this incredible, infectious enthusiasm for absolutely everything he does. I don’t think he’s physically capable of not enjoying something.

Investigating remote temple? Check.

Parachuting in a blizzard?

Oh yes. Definitely check.

Trying to convince someone that he didn’t push them out of a plane on his all-you-can-eat international flight that was secretly intended to go find a yeti?

Check.

Extremely check.

C’mon, Warner Brothers, the world is ready for an Alphonse LaFleur standalone film. Make it happen!

This is Scooby-Doo in a nutshell right here, folks.

So, these three are investigating an abandoned sawmill, because of course they are.

Shaggy stands in his designated Totally Unsuspicious Floor Square that’s utterly indistinguishable from the rest of the floor.

Trust me. It just is.

They talk for a bit… Scooby makes this face…

…and Velma is inevitably grabbed by a ghost yeti.

…additionally, I should note that being grabbed by a ghost yeti makes her hat change colors.

Next, Shaggy falls through the floor, because OMIGOSH IT WAS ACTUALLY A TRAPDOOR CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?!?

…though, to be fair, I guess anything is possible in Scooby-Doo…

 …after all, an entire new wall snuck up behind them between shots.

I freakin’ love this show.

The gang’s chilling at the malt shop, as per usual. The Mystery Machine sits out front, minding its own business.

Oh noes, the bad guy appears!

He stretches out his spectacularly-long arms.

Ha, joke’s on you, bad guy! Freddy keeps the Mystery Machine locked, like any wise owner of a–

…oh.

I, uh….

Well, then.

…the real villain of this episode isn’t Mr. Hyde after all.

It’s unsafe van security practices.

Remember: there are exactly *3* dances permissible in the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? universe.

1. Small, Vaguely Left-Right Shimmying:

Best done at night, on nearly-identical… 

…and highly-spooky beaches.

2. Ever-So-Slightly Gesticulating:

You know you’re doing it right you if look like you’re aaaaalmost losing your balance… 

…standing on a floating log, like a lumberjack.

And – last of all – don’t forget the rare and legendary…

3. Pulling Each Other Backwards While Your Feet Slide Around Like You’re On Wet Ice

They can even be combined, such as Velma & Shaggy’s majestic crossover of dances 1 & 2. Take notes, class.