|They're all so exited!|
There's then a discussion about how much Scooby hates clams and how they send Shaggy into some kind of religious extacy.
|Look at him, he loves clams so much it's making him orgasm hard.|
Shaggy then goes on to talk about how much he wishes he was at the theme-park in the background, which, unfortunately, is currently closed. Daphne comments that maybe it's haunted, which just goes to show that she's become conditioned to her existence, wherever they go now Daphne just assumes there's a ghost. That's kind of sad really. Suddenly the lights go on, something Velma declares "impossible" which is kind of a big claim.
|This, right here, cannot be.|
Fred decides that breaking into a closed amusement park is the logical next course of action, and the gang decides to investigate. We then cut to a robot using a roller coaster, and he is loving it.
|Creepiest thing in the whole episode.|
|What the christ?|
|Remember kids, robots hate disposing waste!|
|What kind of a name is that for a rollercoaster?|
|Those faces are so frightening.|
|What does a security guard at the Whitehouse get? A blimp?|
|Best thing ever.|
|Doesn't even look that bad, it's kind of cool.|
|"AGH! Scooby! Call a doctor!"|
|Scooby is fucking huge.|
|Scooby is pleased, Shaggy accepts it with bhudda like calm.|
|Farting electricity out of the small of his back.|
I'd remembered this one from my childhood as being pretty funny, I'd also remembered it being pretty creepy. It was neither.