Animators and children's TV creators around the world must see Scooby and ask themselves: Why can't my crappy show become iconic? [...]
Maybe Scooby's appeal makes sense when you compare it to the rest of kids' TV. The most ham-handed of children's shows try to stuff a moral message down the audience's throat. But the moral code of Scooby-Doo permeates the entire enterprise without you ever noticing it. The Washington Post's Hank Stuever concisely elucidated the "Scooby worldview" when the first live-action movie came out: "Kids should meddle, dogs are sweet, life is groovy, and if something scares you, you should confront it."
« Older This ain't yo Daddy's Problem Set | American Apocalypses Newer »
This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments