Cultural References

Scooby Doo (Movies, TV)

"It's Daphne, thank you very much."
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"Wait, if I'm Daphne, what does that make you? Fred?"
"Oh, no. If I gotta be any of those white boys, I gotta be Shaggy all the way, baby. Shaggy's got mad flavor."
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"Rut-roh!"

Scooby was an anthropomorphized dog who had a speech impediment. Shaggy was his human friend who constantly had the munchies. Fred and Daphne were the boring members who did nothing expect talk a lot and get captured. Velma was the science geek/lesbian. Together, they rode around in the Mystery Machine, a van painted in psychedelic colors, and solved mysteries where the bad guy was always Old Man Somebody. The Original Scooby Gang: Accept No Substitutes.

1.05 "You Think You Know Somebody"

"Ruh-roh."

The cartoon character Scooby Doo had a unique language that was part dog, part human, and all hilarious. His most famous lines include, "Rooby-dooby-do!" "Ree, hee, hee, hee, hee," "Ruh-uh," and Veronica's personal favorite, "Ruh-roh." She uses the latter to warn…herself? about impending danger when her engaged, slightly crazy client shows up at her fiancé's Hebrew lesson during Veronica's stakeout.

2.04 "Green-Eyed Monster"

"Just wait till I'm a PCHer, Shaggy..."

Ruh-roh! Arturo is pulling out the old-school references to cartoons that aired before he was born! But who doesn't know the tales of the greatest canine detective and his best friend, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers? Okay, we totally didn't know Shaggy had a real name. He's just...Shaggy, because of that crazy hair of his. And his general, herbally-enhanced state. A state Corny of the uniquely-shaped bongs is quite familiar with.

2.14 "Versatile Toppings"
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