Scooby Doo Easter Egg - Where Is the Smoke Coming From?

After watching Scooby as a kid for so long it's hard to believe that I never saw this before. Well as you know the kids in Scooby Doo drive around in a van call the mystery machine. Well here is where the egg starts.(This happens is most of the shows)

Now next time you see Scooby Doo watch the Van when it takes off, A big cloud off smoke is left behind. As a kid I thought it just was from the tailpipe, but I noticed that the smoke comes form the windows not the tailpipe. I all ways did wonder why Shaggy and Scooby had the munchies so bad, and always were so paranoid. What was in those Scooby snacks anyways? To think that as a kid I was watching a cartoon about a group of stoned kids, with a talking dog and didnít even have a clue.

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Ke writes:
Here are a list of reasons that they could be stoned 1. They drove around at 3:00 am looking for haunted houses in a painted van. 2. They could never figure out who commited the crime until they pulled off the mask. Usually it was the only other person in the film! 3. SHAGGY. HIS NAME IS SHAGGY. COME ON!!! 4. They would just eat food lying around in the houses. They just went into kitchen and ate what was in there. 5. None of them where in colledge or had jobs. So what did they do all day? 6. They wore the same clothes every day of thier lives. 7. Shaggy always had messed up hair a wierd gotee. Didn't he ever get hold of a comb. 8. They were awake all night so this means that they didn't wake up before noon. or four even. 9. They never talked about living anywhere. Did they just live in the van? 10. His name is SHAGGY!!!!!!!!
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GammyLeg writes:
Yeah, also notice scooby DOOBIE doo? Doobie being a joint and all...
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skinny writes:
also when you talk about who paired up with who, in the late60's early 70's the sub-culture called "swingers" which was a group of people who had sex with other swingers regardless of marital status etc... wore scarves tied around there necks to show other swingers they were hip, check out fred and daphneys attire..
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oioioi writes:
Marijuana? Most likely. C'mon, the things you see are too numerous to be coincidences. I mean Scooby snacks? You really think these things are store bought? No way, they are obviously home made. I personally think they are ganja cookies or brownies. Why else would Shaggy eat them as well? As an interesting note, I went to the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. It is part of what is known as the Five College system. In the area the colleges of Umass, Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Amherst College, and Hampshire kinda work together. The students can take classes at the other schools and such. Now each of these colleges has a sort of quirk that has lasted generations. Rumor has it, each character in "Scooby-Doo" are based on these quirks. Freddy is obviously from Amherst College...hes a pretty boy. Daphne is obviously Mt. Holyoke...she's a rich girl. Thelma is QUITE obviously from Smith college...you just KNOW shes a lesbian. Shaggy of course is from Hampshire college...hippie. And Scooby is from Umass (aka ZOOmass)...no explanation neccassary if you understand how much of a party school Umass Amherst is.
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One time on Cartoon Network at 3 in the morning i was watching Dragon Ball Z and during the commercials their was a comercial for Cartoon Network with a bunch of the cartoon characters crowded in on the screen from all the different shows on the channel and in the top right corner was Scooby and Shaggy smoking a joint. I never saw the commercial again after that but luckily i have it on tape because i was taping the Dragon Ball Z show.
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Moonbeam writes:
As long as we are on the subject of Scooby and Shaggy and their drug problems let me ask on more thing ...Why is it Daphine and Freddy always pair up but never locate any clues?? I think that they aren't really looking ...do you??
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derram writes:
Its true, if you watch only the kids have conversations with Scooby, noone else. Not the sherrif not the scientists no one else,just the gang.
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Little Lep writes:
First off, I love Scoobie Doo. They have got to be drugies. Next time you see the show check out their eyes, they're PINK! I mean come on. That's one point that I don't think was mentioned. Toke one for me Scoobie!
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alabama writes:
This is the deal..... Fred, Daphne, and Velma were all having sex. As that threesome was going on Shaggy was left out and decided to get stoned with his dog. The 60's was the time man. Group sex, dope smoking folks, talking dogs, with no care in the world.
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GatorPlug writes:
For anyone who says we are sick and that it's all in our heads, face it. They are all druggies! The scooby snacks are dog food, and shaggy loves them he eats them as much if not more than scooby, what doe that say about a person? And it's true they are the only ones who actually talk to and understand what scooby says, on the show scooby always says stuff around other characters and they say "what did he say?" because they aren't on drugs so they dont here dogs talk. Scooby and shaggy also eat anything they find, there was an episode where they were eating fake food,(it was wax or plastic, i forgot which) they knew it but they didn't care. Also very often on the show they always say that they heard something even though a sound never played. Scooby and shaggy are also dependant on drugs, they hardly do anything unless someone gives them scooby snacks.
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WSP writes:
This is the second time I post this message, I don't know what is going on here... well anyways, what I wanted to say was that it's weird that no one pointed out a little detail with the Scooby-Snacks... What does Scooby and Shaggy do when they eat a Scooby-Snack? Well if you didn't guessed it you are not a real Scooby fan, they FLY!!! Yes folks, they fly all the way up and then they come slowly, light as a feather to the arms of Velma or if it's Scooby alone to the arms of Shaggy. I deserve some credit for this, don't I? :)
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crazygirl25 writes:
Hello here. There are a lot of people that say that Scooby Doo has nothing to so with drugs but it is a proven fact. How many songs did you listen to when you were growing up that had hidden messages in them about drugs and sex?? How about your Disney movies? There are many many many hidden things in those. As a matter of fact there was only one disney movie made that did not have any secret messages in them. Look at the castle on the cover of the Little Mermaid. What does it look like to you???Email me and i will tell you what they drew it out to be. If they will put them in your kids Disney movies y not a cartoon like Scooby Doo??
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spamdaspam writes:
12/6/00 This show brings up a few interesting facts. Such as... If you watched the Christmas special today (Where they were having a Pageant feat.The Nutcracker) You will notice when Shaggy and Scooby are swinging on the ropes that they are swinging above "Psycodelic Mushrooms." I find that a little strange. I think that the Snacks are are not laced with crack, but rather dipped in acid. Thats why scooby and shaggy are so paranoid and seeing/hearing things. Also if you ever get a chance to see Shaggy close up, look at the expression on his face, He is obviously fried. Well that wraps up my idea of the show. Goodnight.
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Mimi46 writes:
Well, let's see: The Scooby Doo story DOES take place in the 60's, so I'm not surprised that this whole discussion is going on. But did you ever wonder WHY those Scooby Snacks always get scooby doo going? well, duh! they're obviously laced with crack to get them going. And Freddie and Daphne are almost ALWAYS running off together to find clues. But it's also obvious that they get high, then have sex in some broom closet. That's also why they come back and say they never found anything. This is what I think Freddie should just say to get it over with: "Daphne, can I have a word with you in the broom closet?"
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to death cookie - yes, one of the names for a joint in Australia is a Scoob. Hence the reason why someone in my college's cafeteria changed the sign "please use the scoops provided" to "please use the scoobs provided"
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raye writes:
This has got to be the funnies thing i have ever seen :) I've never really payed that much attention to Scooby Doo before, but i see your peoples point. Its pretty funny when you pay attention to cartoons, because in alot of them there are things that really arn't suitable for kids.
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Mirima JJ writes:
This is the sixtys that the cartoon is based in, and what was a favorite teenage past-time then? Three guesses...
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Pyro writes:
Actually, in one episode where they're at Belma's old high school and an actor is there and the ghost is some red-haired athlete, Scooby talks and the star says to him: "Quiet you, dogs can't talk."
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Trp writes:
Oh don't be such a hippy, you gotta come to realize that that beloved show you watched when you were a kid was stuffed with Pot smoking and 60's innuendo.
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T-zone writes:
LOL!!! I simply have to laugh at Amy-Chan and correct her: No, we are not all sick and evil people, they really DO put crack in the Scooby Snax, and yes, Shaggy and Scooby are druggies. Come on! And Big Daddy Socle, yes, it looks like Scooby and Shaggy are puffing on a joint, but all they're really doing is eating hot peppers. If you look closely, they're just taking a bite out of a hot pepper and then blowing out smoke. Oioioi, GatorPlug, and SS Goku are the only ones here who have valid points. I'm sorry, but it's true! Really! And yes, Amy-Chan, you're right, we are sick and eeeeeevil people. We're more evil than (Dare I say it?) Tinky-Winky! And that's evil! And bad! And stuff! Moving right along...
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RICH writes:
SHACK A DOOBIE FOR SCOOBY
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SS Goku writes:
I think the reason why Shaggy also eats the scooby snacks is because they put crack in them. Have you ever noticed that right after they get a scooby snack, they go all wide eyed and Shaggy says "Come on scooby, lets go!" really fast? And why do you think they are afraid of the monsters and ghosts even though they know that they are just criminals in costumes. Because they are high from puffing too many bongs. I also think that why Freddy and Daphne always pair together is because they both get high and screw each other.
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Okay...I think that this has gotten a lil' out of hand...and contrary to what u may think, sometimes...(on certain occasions) Velma tagged along with Scooby and Shaggy, Leaving Fred and Daphne alone. And does anyone think it was a little stupid of them to separate to the 3 bravest ppl. (Fred, Daphne, and Velma) from the two scaredy-cats (no pun intended)......and one more thing, have u ever noticed that every episode has the same plot....They travel somewhere looking for a vacation, find a mystery, seperate, have the same plan to catch the bad guy, then go off, in their van.
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Pyro writes:
trippy!
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Dark Smurf writes:
Actually, sean, the Frank Sinatra line is "dooby, dooby, doo."
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Actually, the Sinatra song is "Strangers in the Night". Just thought I'd clear that up.
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TheGameKing writes:
This is one of the funniest things I have ever heard in my entire life. There are definitely way too many coincidences. I congratulate each and every one of you for making such great comments. I believe the fact that it is called a Scoob down under pretty much wraps this case up.
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vanessa writes:
probably not much of an egg but Casey Kasem does the voice for Shaggy and also for some extras in the cartoon
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dbz writes:
has anyone ever noticed that shaggy has really droopy eyes (smoking some weed it seems like)and like they said there always so shaky and scared
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PunkguyR writes:
The episodes with the kid (the 13 ghosts of Scooby Doo) were in the eighties long after the good episodes (the originals from 1969-1971 and after that in the mid 70s). I dont think they were even made by the same people. Those sucked. But the drug theme really stuck with the early ones. Anyways, my point is the kid could understand because scooby was no longer a dog but another character in the form of a dog. The old episodes scooby was a dog that only stoned people could understand (sometimes only Shaggy) PS Scrappy not scrabby
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Tim writes:
Seriously? Which window are you talking about? There are only ones on the front doors, but none on the back doors. I've been trying to watch a Scooby-Doo episode, but I don't know what you're talking about.
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Insidious writes:
You see, these underlying 60's themes are just all the more reason to watch it.
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Yoinks! writes:
Swingers? Daphne, Fred and Velma doing the nasty when they split up? It's not like they could have sex off-screen when as cartoon characters they only exist when they are on-screen. It's a nice theory but alas - it's only a red herring.
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Critter writes:
The Frank Sinatra is probably true, but whats to say they didn't pick it for "dooby"?
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Sean Glass writes:
First of all Pyro, it's Velma, not Belma. And second of all the "doobie" in Scooby dooby doo, is actually from a Frank Sinatra song, in Which he sang Scooby dooby doo. Scooby-Doo was named after the line in that song (sorry I don't Know the name of it.)
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Papi writes:
I think they robbed gas station in between cases. Dam Hippies!!
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StrangeJohn writes:
A lot of the Scooby episodes were made in Australia. In Sydney actually.
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Nicole writes:
Watch the movie high! You can see just how messed up they are! It is too funny! I know that Scrappy is high just look at his face! Cartoons (especially the old ones, 1960-1970) are the best everyone most of been high!
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death cookie writes:
I heard somewhere that "scoob" is what folks down under call a joint. Don't know the truth of this, any aussies that can verify this?? and it's Velma,not Belma, LOL
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I agree they are all drugies. but has anyone else noticed the powerful anti-comunism propoganda in scobie-doo. in the episode with the giant bees (or some thing like that) the episode pretty much makes the point that there are communist spys everywhere in americia. they even have a cartoon mr.T saying "i pitty those foolish spys"
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L-Dog writes:
the song is doobie doobie do...not scooby doobie do....and amy-chan you are in drug denial. and whoever didnt know that casey kasem is the voice of shaggy probably thinks this site is the best site on the internet....did you also know that bruce willis did the voice in look who's talking
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MrPrez writes:
the scooby gang later had a new show, only featuring scooby, scrabby, Daphne and shaggy (i think) and some kid. the show was about some wizard that asked the 'gang' to capture REAL monsters in a suitcase (i think). the little kid (always dressed in yellow) was also able to understand scooby so i don't think he was high too :) and about the others being druggies and sex addicts, it's a interesting side i never thought about
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EvilCordelia writes:
You know that explains sooooo much. And yes, I am a sick and evil person, thanks.
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Ke, about Shaggy. Notice the beard starting to form, a lot of people call it shaggy when u have it like that. So that is why he is named Shaggy.
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I recently saw an episode that featured "Doobie Doo"...sort of an Elvis-ish doggie!
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T-zone writes:
Casey Kasem, the guy who does the Top 40 on the radio every Sunday, as the voice of Shaggy? Dude! That'd probably get into Triviastic.com!
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Cross writes:
This is to Yoinks! I just thought it was funny that you said "red herring" That is the character that Freddie blames everything on in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.
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Freddy is a pimp! heehee
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*smiles*...you all have an interesting theory but do you all honestly think the writers and producers of this show put in so much time and effort creating this show? Aside from maybe some possible eggs, I think they are coincidences more than anything.
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