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Stand and Deliver 

When a motorcycle-riding robber known as the Dandy Highwayman kidnaps all the women of Crystal Cove (including Daphne), it's up to our heroes to put a stop to his rogue ways.

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Scooby-Doo / Fred Jones / Barty Blake (voice)
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Velma Dinkley (voice)
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Daphne Blake / Tween Girl / Mom (voice)
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Shaggy Rogers / Man 1 (voice)
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Nova (voice)
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Dancing Man (voice)
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Angie Dinkley (voice)
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Dad / Man 3 (voice)
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Dandy Highwayman / Librarian / Man 2 (voice)
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Nan Blake (voice)
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Sheriff Bronson Stone (voice)
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When a motorcycle-riding robber known as the Dandy Highwayman kidnaps all the women of Crystal Cove (including Daphne), it's up to our heroes to put a stop to his rogue ways.

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James Marsters and Amy Acker co-stared on Season 5 of Angel (1999) See more »

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Bad Episode
31 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

I liked the series as a whole, but this episode was just annoying feminist pandering. I expected more than bad ideological propaganda. I was expected to think that the guys should learn a lesson. I get off disliking the female characters, and hoping they learn something. Episodes like this are the reason TV shows should stay away from life lessons about genders anything and just try to tell stories about aliens that actually are costumes.


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