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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
Details
Episode # 226
US Air date April 5, 2013 (Cartoon Network)
Written by Michael F. Ryan
Directed by Victor Cook
Chronology
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Come Undone is the twenty-sixth and final episode of the second season of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, and the fifty-second and final episode overall in the series.

Premise

The lives of Scooby and the gang are in danger when Nibiru comes, threatening reality itself.

Synopsis

The Annunaki possessed Nova reveals the history of the Evil Entity. During the previous Nibiru event, the Annunaki descended to Earth to aid the development of humanity, only for some to rebel and attempt to use the humans for their own ends. The good Annunaki halted their attempts, sealing away the most evil of the rebels inside a crystal sarcophagus. However, the Evil Entity's machinations have finally led to its release, and it will only grow more powerful with every second it spends in the physical world. Nova's Annunaki declares that the only hope for the world's survival now rests with Scooby-Doo and his friends...

In the lava-filled cavern beneath Crystal Cove, the gang and the old Mystery Inc. (minus Cassidy Williams) stand before the newly-freed Evil Entity. Grabbing Scooby-Doo, the Entity declares that he must be devoured and reborn as a vessel to its darkness. Scooby breaks free, but Pericles volunteers to be possessed by the being, believing that he will gain unlimited power.

Agreeing to this deal, the Entity seizes Pericles and pours its essence into his body, causing him to grow into a dark green giant. Gloating about his newfound power, Pericles prepares to destroy the gang, but the Evil Entity proceeds to subdue his consciousness and mutate the parrot's body into a massive squid-like monster with horns. Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves (after having plastic surgery) offer themselves as servants to the Entity, but the monster instead consumes them to increase its own strength. It then assumes control of the Kriegstaffebots, sending them to capture the gang and Mr. E.

The remaining humans flee, but Scooby-Doo stays behind, intent on destroying the Evil Entity with the Heart of the Jaguar. Unfortunately, the spearhead shatters upon contact with the Entity's head, forcing Scooby to flee before the Entity consumes him. Meanwhile, the gang manages to destroy five of the Kriegstaffebots -- Shaggy knocks two of them into a lava pit, while Fred and Velma disable three more with a barrage of gems fired from an old cannon. The last Kriegstaffebot manages to ambush the gang and lead them back towards the Entity for devouring, but Mr. E leaps from a nearby pile of treasure and decapitates it with a sword.

Mr. E tries to buy the gang time to flee, but the Evil Entity almost immediately grabs him with its tentacles. The gang tries to pull him loose, but Mr. E tells Velma that it's too late for him before being devoured. The Entity turns its attention towards the gang once again, but its tentacles are blocked by a shield of blue energy that appears around them. The evil Annunaki decides to instead turn its attention towards Crystal Cove, causing lava to erupt beneath the city. As people panic and the city's main sign burns (mirroring Scooby-Doo's vision in an earlier episode), the Evil Entity opens the Crystal Sarcophagus and releases an army of minions. The gang flees as the minions swarm into the town, bringing townspeople to the Entity for devouring.

As they continue to evade the Entity's legion of monsters, the Gang wonders why the Heart of the Jaguar proved useless against the evil Annunaki. Suddenly, Scooby-Doo receives a vision from Nova's Annunaki, who tells him that the Heart of the Jaguar was never the spear at all. Much to Scooby-Doo's frustration, the Annunaki's only hint to the true identity of the Heart is a cryptic statement: "You will know. You will see. You will feel." 

The gang's flight from the evil Annunaki minions takes them back to the Evil Entity, where they bear witness to the devouring of the citizens of Crystal Cove. Spotting the gang in the middle of its feast, the Entity tries to consume them once again, only to be thwarted by the same barrier that protected them before. Recalling Nova's words, Scooby has an epiphany: the true "Heart of the Jaguar" is the power of friendship and love, embodied by the bonds between himself and his friends. Velma also realizes that the Evil Entity's weak point is the crystal sarcophagus, which it has converted into a portal to an alternate dimension to further empower itself.

With that, the gang grabs the remains of the Heart of the Jaguar spear and races towards the sarcophagus. The Evil Entity's minions attempt to stop them, but each member of the gang manages to toss the staff to the next before being subdued. With a final leaping kick, Scooby-Doo launches the staff into the crystal sarcophagus, opening up a vortex which begins to suck everything into it, except for the gang.

After a galactic implosion and a bright light, the gang are happy to see the town untouched and cheer their success. Before they could go to celebrate, Sheriff Bronson Stone and Janet Nettles appear with four kids (one girl, and three boys) revealed to be their children, whom Daphne apparently promised to babysit, before they leave for the beach. The gang is perplexed; even more baffling, the Crystal Cove sign reads "The Sunniest Place on Earth" and another features Danny Darrow alive along with the Darrow Mansion. They decide to investigate further.

Fred and Daphne arrive at Fred's house to find Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves living in it; there is new furniture and childhood pictures on the wall, and both parents, now obstetricians, have no interest in traps. The Blakes, who are visiting, are planning a wedding-Daphne and Fred are almost 18 and it's time they tied the knot. Now if only they could find more perfect men like Fred for Daphne's unsuccessful sisters. . . .

Shaggy and Scooby arrive at his mansion, discovering that Shaggy is the president of the chef's club and the winner of multiple cooking awards. Shaggy reminds his parents he's a slacker, but they don't buy it for a second. Watching television, the Scooby and Shaggy discover that Destroido has been replaced with Creationex, that Ricky Owens, seen on a TV commercial for his company, is slender with a tiny beard, and he's married to Cassidy Williams, who helps run the place. Professor Pericles, their mascot, is still alive, unscarred, and friendly.

Velma arrives at her house, discovering she and Marcie Fleach are a team and win every year at the Tri-state Olympiad of Science. Finally, Velma understands what's happening

Fred arrives on the school field, congratulated by Gary and Ethan for winning them the championship last night in the net. Fred Jones, Sr. is now the coach and principle, but has never been mayor. Fred calls him "Mayor Dad" out of habit; to which Fred Jones, Sr. admits Fred's always been special to him. He gives Fred a disk from Miskatonic University with the Mr. E seal.

The gang learns that after the Evil Entity was destroyed, a new timeline was created, and realize they're now in a better world with normal lives, but also a world without mysteries. The gang, who've devoted their lives to mystery solving, can no longer be detectives...

Upon playing the disc, Harlan Ellison appears, revealed to be Mr. E in this universe. Harlan Ellison tells them he slipped through as well, and remembers everything. He now teaches teaches sub-nuclear sciences at Miskatonic University, and has registered the gang in his class next semester. There's a lot of meddling and mysteries left, and they shouldn't miss it. Re-energized, the gang decide to start their trip immediately; Fred promises to solve every mystery along the way and stop at every food place and tourist attraction. They repaint the van in its original colors and prepare to leave. As they leave, Nova, seemingly still possessed by the Anunnaki, thanks Scooby Doo, calling him the bravest that ever lived. Scooby looks back one last time toward Nova and Crystal Cove, then faces forward, calling out "Scooby Dooby Doo!" as the gang drives off into the sunset.

Cast and characters

Actor Character
Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones, Jr.
Barty Blake
Matthew Lillard Shaggy Rogers
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake
Paula Rogers
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley
Amy Acker Nova
Linda Cardellini Hot Dog Water
Dee Bradley Baker Kriegstaffebots (credited as "Kriegstaffa Bots")
Lewis Black Mr. E
Ricky Owens (uncredited)
Clancy Brown Evil Entity
Tia Carrere Judy Reeves
Tony Cervone Gary
Gary Cole Fred Jones, Sr. (credited as "Mayor Fred Jones, Sr.")
Harlan Ellison Himself
Vivica A. Fox Cassidy Williams
Kate Higgins Mayor Janet Nettles
Udo Kier Professor Pericles
Tim Matheson Brad Chiles
Kath Soucie Nan Blake
Patrick Warburton Sheriff Bronson Stone
Mitch Watson Ethan
Uncredited
Casey Kasem Colton Rogers
John O'Hurley Skipper Shelton
Non-speaking roles
Brenda
Cicada Bug Creature Festival photographer
Daisy Blake
Dawn Blake
Delilah Blake
Dorothy Blake
Mr. Baywosenthal
Miss Vampire Waitress
Eastwood, Norris, Billy Jack, and Lynda Carter Stone

Villains

Locations

Continuity

  • The gang's reaction to defeating the Evil Entity and that they should celebrate mirrors what the gang did at the beginning of the first episode. They're even interrupted by Sheriff Stone who's now happy to see them instead of being mad at them for interfering.
  • The scene of Daphne looking at her sisters is also mirrored from the first episode, although instead of being glamorous over-achievers with highly successful careers they are normal, unhappy under-achievers.

Notes/trivia

Miscellaneous

  • Disguises: None.

Cultural references

  • The opening narration by Nova over a field of stars is an homage to the opening of David Lynch's Dune.

Animation mistakes/technical glitches

  • Delilah is shown to be the biggest of the Blake sisters, but in Beware The Beast From Below, she was shown to be the same size as the rest of her sisters.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs

  • In the intro, the Nova Anunnaki misnames the Fraternitas Mysterium donkey as "Gordo" (which means "fat" in Spanish) instead of Porto.
  • Angie and Dale are the only parents not seen in the new timeline. A part of the Spook Museum was visible, but it's still unclear what they do since all the bad guys in masks never occurred in the new timeline. Then again, Crystal Cove still is an old town so maybe they give non-haunted tours.
  • Ed Machine's place in the new timeline is also unclear.
  • Fred is still called "Fred" by the inhabitants of the new timeline, even though Mayor Fred Jones never abducted him and changed his name to Fred Jones, Jr. It is possible that Fred could have been his original given name by coincidence, but presumably in this timeline his full name is Frederick Chiles (or Frederick Chiles-Reeves).
  • It is unknown why the wedded Blake sister wasn't shown with the rest of the Blake sisters.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Italian I Misteri Non Finiscono Mai The Mysteries Never End
Spanish (Latin America) Liberados Freed
Hungarian Játszd újra, Scooby! Play It Again, Scooby!
Polish Przemiana The Change
Norwegian Oppløsningen Analysis
Greek Η Ανατροπή της Πραγματικότητας The Overturning of Reality

Home media

Quotes

Evil Entity: I bring oblivion to this world.


Scooby: It's the end!


Velma: I know why everything's different. We destroyed the Entity and by destroying it, it was as if it never existed. Everything it touched: all the evil, all of the curse, all of the losers in rubber masks and dumb monster attractions, none of it ever happened. By destroying the Evil Entity, we created an entirely different timeline.


Harlan Ellison: I want you in my class next semester. I've already got you all admitted, even that weird dog. There's a lot of meddling to do and a lot mysteries that need solving. Don't miss it.


Fred Jones Sr.: You've called Me a lot of things over the years. "Mr. Jones", "Coach Jones", "Principal Jones". But, definitely not "Mayor"... and never "Dad". I gotta say I like it. You know, since I never had kids of my own, I've always thought of the students here at my high school as all my kids. But you, Fred, you were always special. I've always been extra proud of you.


Nova: Thank-you, Scooby-Doo. You are the bravest dog that ever lived.

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