Scooby Doo: How do you square this then eh? All the criminals we catch are old white men and yet our jails are filled predominantly with black and hispanic male prisoners. Why aren't the old white amusement park owners getting jail sentences?
Daphne: Oh Scooby, don't bring this whole thing up again.
Velma: Better lawyers?
SD: Oh shut up Velma and eat your fucking hummus.
Fred: Come on guys, don't be like this. It's Christmas.
Shaggy: I just wanted a nice dinner with all of us together...
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Tags: big brother, conspiracies, tv
Yes. See Eisinger’s book. And Jen Taub’s.
we just watched "Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!" and I was surprised at how much I liked it. It nails that retro feel, but with a self aware sense of humor.
There's a scene were the gang catches a criminal accountant who helps his wealthy clients cheat their taxes. They present the criminal to the police, but the police say they don't really prosecute that type of crime anymore, so they let him go. It was a nice acknowledgement that cops don't prosecute corporate crimes and wage theft.
That movie was so much fun! Almost as good as "Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated".
The more I look back at Scooby Doo, the more I see them as ahead of their time.