Parent reviews for Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!

Common Sense says

Zoinks! A fun revamp with super Scooby snacks.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 11+
Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 6+
Based on 5 reviews
Adult Written byPurplecat12 August 28, 2020

90% of the screen time is the villain, heavy flashing lights

Show literally has nothing to do with Scooby-Doo. Unrelated villains are the focus abd Shaggy and Scooby were pretty much stuck in this show for familiar characters appeal. It was canceled because kids were bored out if their minds watching this. I can't see how anyone, child or Scooby fan could enjoy this. Also a few dirty jokes and one character saying "inappropriate touching". Also heavy flashing lights warning! Constantly intense flashing, sometimes goes on for minuets. White flash effect whenever anything gets hit, which is every minute. Nothing to enjoy so just skip this and watch any other Scooby thing. Pup named Scooby-Doo is perfect for young kids.

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Violence & scariness
Adult Written byEmmiKatJohnson February 27, 2020

It would have been better without Shaggy and Scooby Doo

While it was mind-numbingly boring and had no semblance to any Scooby Doo media before or after, it is something that I don't have a problem exposing children to. The villain was evil and did bad things, but he was the villain and it was clear that he was Bad. I don't think a child will confuse that concept in this situation.

The character design was reminiscent of sad generic clipart, but there was a lot of good movement applied to it.

Out of 26 episodes, I recommend only watching 7 of them for your own sanity if you have to watch any at all. ( Episodes 1, 8, 10, 12, 13, 16 and 26).
Adult Written byLowe's man June 29, 2017

Much appeal for young children, some for older children and perhaps adults.

Adults who grew up on Scooby-Doo may or may not find this interesting, especially if they miss Fred, Daphne and Velma. Some may not like the new looks of the characters, either. But it's age-appropriate for kids and it will appeal to them, and it will appeal to older kids as well. What's more, the rude behavior in A PUP NAMED SCOOBY-DOO is nowhere to be found here. That's all that matters. Seeing Shaggy and Scooby work independently adds to the appeal of this series.
Adult Written bysnes64dsi October 13, 2012

Horrible Scooby-Doo show!

This series was horrible, crappy animation, Shaggy sounded like he had a severe case of laryngitis and worst of all, Fred, Daphne and Velma were only on screen about half the time, they weren't in all the episodes! This series was boring, thankfully it only lasted 2 seasons! Don't even bother watching this show, watch any of the other Scooby-Doo shows than this garbage!
Adult Written bychavalabobby April 9, 2008

Who they are?

Tell you truth, I'm kind of glad and finally Shaggy and Scooby-Doo went solo. I never seen these guys work together alone, mostly there is always somebody with them. It's great they get to solve and save the world by themselves. In Scooby-Doo 2 Monsters Unleashed they would solve the mystery in a heartbeat with or without the Mystery Inc Guys. I wrote the movie about Xander one time the spin off on Buffy, Xander is always been portrayed as the side kick, just once what would have been like he stopped an acyoplase or a vampire raid by himself. He got his wish, when I wrote it. When I wrote Raymond: Librarian P.I., my characters mostly portrayed as side kicks, but these guys are the heroes more than the sidekicks. Having Shaggy and Scooby with their own series, solving mysteries and saving the world is the best thing happen for him. When Scott Menville was playing Red Herring in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, this nerdy guy that Fred Jones pestered all the time, I'm kind of glad he played Shaggy, of all the actors who played shaggy, I like Scott Menville, because he can play that character than Casey Kasem did in a lifetime.
Adult Written byRoxielovesscooby April 9, 2008

I have never been so horrified.

I've been on holiday for the last week and got back yesterday to find that they had changed the looks of Sccoby Doo and the Mystery inc. I cryed, and infact, i am still crying. I can not see the need, Scooby Doo, is Scooby Doo, and i can understand why in Whats new Scooby Doo, the alteration of costumes within the charcters was nessersary, times have changed. But why change their looks? It's now a different cartoon, why not just name it Dooby Scoo, and just rip it off completly? I have grown up with this cartoon and now something i have loved all my life, is completly ruined. Scooby Doo, does now no longer look like Scooby Doo, and the cartoon will never been the same again. Technology has ruiend this forever, and even if it was ment to appeal to a new generation to carry it on, it's just no longer Scooby Doo and has been ruiend for previous generations.