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Your Thoughts on "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?"

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    Personally, the last series, "Be Cool" was horrible. The storylines were good, but the art was horrible. It's like they may have used the same artists that were involved in "Family Guy", which was also a horrible show (and disgusting at that).

    I had no issues with "What's New", but for some reason I may have only been interested in the storylines slightly more than the character art. "Get a Clue" was horrible, and "Mystery Incorporated" was just too dark, though the character art for that one was a little better.

    But now we have "Guess Who?" on the air. And my thoughts?

    I think this is the best Scooby-Doo series I have ever seen since 1984, despite all this hatred for Scrappy over the years. I personally think Scrappy was hated upon by parents in the 1980s, who are likely now grandparents. Kids had no issues with Scrappy. But putting that aside, I have to admit, the character art in "Guess Who?" was definitely way better and very close to the original art, and the stories are very interesting. The series also brought back former alumni of teen detectives The Funky Phantom crew, and briefly, the gang with Speed Buggy - if just for one episode. Though I have to admit, it was quite different to not see any white in April Stewart's eyes, and wearing blue canvas shoes instead of her classic white shoes.

    What are your thoughts on the "Guess Who" series?

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