Scooby and the gang team up with Secret Squirrel and Morocco Mole to apprehend a ghost that repeatedly attempts to disrupt a treaty between two rival nations. Jonny Quest is mentioned. Secret and Morocco are anthropomorphic animals, and therefore I place this story in an AU.
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I don't see why Secret Squirrel could not be in the CU ;)ReplyDelete
Scooby can be in the CU, but Secret and Morocco can't?ReplyDelete
Scooby isn't significantly larger than a real Great Dane the way that Secret and Morocco are compared to real squirrels and moles, and his speech isn't perfect English the way theirs is. And talking dogs (preferably only a very few) in the CU have a precedent, Philip Jose Farmer's canine sleuth Ralph Von Wau Wau, who was surgically altered to be able to speak. Perhaps a similar experiment accounts for Scooby's ability to speak (relatively) coherent English.Delete
There's also this article by Dennis Power which explains how Scooby fits in the CU.ReplyDelete