With the gang split up, and Crystal Cove being tormented by an evil-man-baby called "Crybaby Clown," the Mayor enlists Mystery Inc.to return in the season premiere.

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Velma Dinkley (voice)
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Daphne Blake / Paula Rogers (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
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Shaggy Rogers (voice)
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Crybaby Clown / Drill Sergeant (voice)
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Baylor Hotner (voice)
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Sheriff Stone (voice)
Mitch Watson ...
Farmer / Random Citizen (voice)
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With the gang split up, and Crystal Cove being tormented by an evil-man-baby called "Crybaby Clown," the Mayor enlists Mystery Inc.to return in the season premiere.

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In this episode, Velma is dressed as Rorschach, a character from the comic book 'Watchmen' by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. She even directly refers to this fact. See more »

Quotes

Mayor Janet Nettles: Scooby-Doo?
Scooby-Doo: Uh, yeah?
Mayor Janet Nettles: Get in.
[Scooby gets in the car]
Scooby-Doo: Do I know you?
Mayor Janet Nettles: My name is Janet Nettles. I'm the new Mayor of Crystal Cove. The town and I need your help, Scooby. We've been attacked by an evil man baby named Crybaby Clown.
Scooby-Doo: Sorry, can't help you. Not until I find my friends.
Mayor Janet Nettles: I think I can help you with that.
[hands Scooby paper files on the gang]
Mayor Janet Nettles: There's everything on their whereabouts I could dig up. Anything else?
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References The Day the Clown Cried (1972) See more »

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Excellent, brilliant, delightful
24 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

Probably giving in to the demands of millions of other die-hard Scooby Doo fans like myself, this series has been renewed for another season, which is a pleasant surprise. It is an absolute delight to see the beloved characters from my favorite childhood series, having undergone radical character development.

This episode reestablishes Scooby Doo as one of the longest running series ever. It has all the elements of a great story, and continues in the darker vein of the series. I LOVED this episode (the fact that I capitalized 'loved' is evidence). Just loved it, and everything about it. That's all.

It is safe to say that the series has 'grown up' with his fans of the previous decades, and Scooby Doo and the gang have grown up too. This, and the darker mood of the series, make it easier for adults to enjoy watching it.


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