Scooby on Ice!
|Scooby on Ice!|
I'd be happy to include Fred and the girls, if so many good shots weren't spent on Scooby & Shaggy.
|Premiere date:||October 1, 2020|
|Music composed by:||Peter Bateman and Sunna Wehrmeijer|
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"Scooby on Ice!" is the eighth episode of Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? season two, and the thirty-fourth overall. It aired on October 1, 2020 on Boomerang's SVOD service. It was written by Laura Screebny, produced by series creator, Chris Bailey, and directed by Sean Bishop.
The Snow Devil attacks the gang in Austria, where Daphne's got herself signed up for the International Ice Games in Austria, with celebrity guest and never before talked about friend, Tara Lipinski, acting as her coach.
Fred: Hold the phone! It's America's wintery sweetheart...
Mystery Inc.: Famous figure-skating champion and gold medalist, Tara Lapinski.
Johanne: And I would've gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids and famous figure-skating champion, and gold medalist, Tara Lipinski.
In order of appearance:
- Tara's gold medal
It was copyrighted in 2019.
The theme song, entitled "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?", was written by Chris Bailey, and performed by David Poe. It was produced by Vivek Maddala. The score was composed by Peter Bateman and Sunna Wehrmeijer.
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: October 1, 2020 on the Boomerang video subscription on-demand service
- Australia: October 28, 2020 on Boomerang
- Germany: November 2, 2020 on Boomerang
- Canada: December 6, 2020 on Teletoon
- United Kingdom & Ireland: February 1, 2021 on Boomerang
Behind the scenes
- With every episode's title card, one of the gang announces the guest star, which is Daphne this time.
- This episode is loosely inspired by the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode "That's Snow Ghost."
- Johanne's thick Austrian accent is reminiscent of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger's voice.
- Simone first appeared in "Quit Clowning!"
- Scooby and Shaggy refer to the past TV series The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo.
- Velma says "Jinkies" once.
- The Snow Devil is credited as the "Ice monster."
- Velma adds an "e" at the end of Johanne on the coin, which the credits leave out.
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