Scooby Doo: The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair

Scooby Doo meets Batman and Robin,
is a mystery about counterfeiting and fun houses.  Little do Mystery Inc. know, two of Gotham’s most notorious criminals are behind the conspiracy.  From The New Scooby Doo Movies, “The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair”.

The guest stars


Batman and Robin, the dynamic duo of Gotham City. They suspect airplanes flying low at night without lights are up to no good.


On their way to the Mystery Club Convention, the gang visits The Gotham City Amusement Park.


The villain, the mystery, and the technology


The Joker and the Penguin. Their phone numbers are easy to look up if you need someone to spread phony money.


The Hooded Man, nimble, able and strong, uses trick houses and giant toys to perpetuate his empire of fake bills.


Foreign-printed counterfeit bills stuffed into clowns.


A rotating house that can disappear in seconds.


Mrs. Baker, unmasks herself, tires being confused for a man.


Unanswered questions of curiosity


Teenagers are blindfolded by men in costume and driven to a secret cave where no know will hear them scream.


In the Bat-Cave, Batman shows off ahead-of-its time GPS tracking.


Velma looks a little off.

Final thoughts

“The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair” is not a terrible episode.  Split into two chapters, the first is a mystery ending in a tricked-out fun house with The Joker and The Penguin.  In a children’s cartoon, they’re pretty dumb down even Batman and Robin are a little naive.  The second chapter pits the mystery’s mastermind against the gang in an underground toy warehouse.   The change of scenery and a new villain showdown gives enough energy into the episode without feeling padded.   The empty headed and too-oft repeated defense of poor, Mrs. Baker is the only nitpick I have.   Why, a woman villain!  Why so unbelievable?  In fact, Mrs. Baker may be the first woman villain, to be unmasked alone, since the inception of Scooby Doo, Where are You!

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Next episode:  Wednesday is Missing


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