“Scoobynatural” begins, as all good — if somewhat-unlikely — crossover episodes should, with a haunted television. What follows is gimmicky, of course, but it’s also a warm-and-fuzzy reminder of why fans love both Supernatural and Scooby-Doo. Do you love this film? Buy this shirt now.
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There’s precedence, on both sides, for such a scenario, from the early-1970s New Scooby-Doo Movies to such Supernatural episodes as “Changing Channels,” in which Sam and Dean Winchester are trapped in a succession of TV shows, and “The French Mistake,” in which they’re sent to an alternate universe where they’re actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles on a series called Supernatural. Supernatural Scooby Doo carry on my wayward son shirt.
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It would’ve been simple for the Winchesters to touch base in an exemplary scene of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! (1970’s “A Night of Fright Is No Delight,” to be exact), and quickly wreak ruin. Rather, Dean uncovers his youth adore for the characters — well, aside from Fred — and in the process uncovered another pitiful part in their childhood. “Experiencing childhood with the street, regardless of where Dad dragged us, regardless of what we did, there was dependably a TV,” he tells Sam. “What’s more, you know what was dependably on that TV? Scooby and the group! These folks, they’re our cracking good examples, man. But Fred; he’s a wad.”
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That adoration drives Dean to be defensive of the characters, and conscious of the laws of their toon world, to the point that he, Sam and Castiel are really cleared up in a great Freleng Door Gag (otherwise known as Scooby-Doo Doors) and other energized tropes. Be that as it may, this being Supernatural, and not Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, the inevitable horrendousness of the Winchesters’ lives starts to meddle, bringing about some funny, exasperating and powerful minutes. Here are the features.