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Safari, So Goodi!
Safari, So Goodi! title card
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Details
Air date November 23, 2002
Written by Ed Scharlach
Directed by Tom Mazzocco
Cronology
Previous episode Roller Ghoster Ride!
Next episode She Sees Sea Monsters by the Seashore

Safari, So Goodi! is the eighth episode of the first season of What's New, Scooby-Doo?.

Premise

When the gang goes on safari, they encounter a variety of freaky, yellow-glowing demon animals.

Synopsis

In the middle of the night, campers sleeping in the safari are awakened by an unearthly sound. Coming out from their tents they are confronted by animals who have become demons. They are chased away from the site and are forced to head into the river.

The gang are taken to the safari on a coach and meet a very close couple, Henry and Honey Hunsecker. They claim that this is the third time they've visited the safari. On arrival, the gang and the couple are taken on a boat ride down the dangerous river with Cap'n Robbie along with another visitor Lloyd Mbuku. Through his binoculars, Fred spots an animal with an eerie yellow glow over its body. Suddenly, up ahead they realize that they are heading towards a deadly waterfall and the Captain is unable to control the boat. They crash down to the bottom of the river.

The gang awake on one side of the river and come across the rest of the visitors and the Captain, who seem to be fine. They continue down the river on foot and meet two animals, a giraffe and a gorilla. They are suprised by how small the number of animals there are. They decide to camp, but in the night, they are attacked by the glowing animal terrors.

After a scary attack, the group realize that two of them are missing, Scooby and Jacko (Mbuku's monkey). While they search, Daphne and Velma talk with Mbuku about Daphne finding a police badge inside his wallet. Mbuku confesses that he is an undercover policeman and not a t-shirt salesman. Mbuku's monkey suddenly shows up, but has changed, he is now vicious. But Velma cures this by giving the monkey some music to listen to. The gang realize that the yellow glow is fake.

The group come across a seemingly abandoned ship moored on their side of the river. They investigate the ship and find the missing animals (including Scooby) in cages and free them. Daphne accuses Henry and Honey for the crime of poaching and the couple run away, but the animals catch up to them and block their escape. Daphne came across this idea because she realized that the couple would never have a honeymoon in the safari.

The animals perform for Fred's safari documentary as the gang prepare to leave. Daphne asks Scooby-Doo what they're saying, but his only repsonse is "Scooby-Dooby-Doo!".

Cast and characters

Actor Character
Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake
Jennifer Hale Honey Hunsecker
Dr. Joan Goodfew
Kevin Michael Richardson Safari member
Henry Hunsecker
Lloyd Mbuku
Bumper Robinson Cap'n Robbie Kumbazi
Native bearer
Uncredited
Jacko

Songs

Song Credits Performed by
"It's a Rad, Rad World" (uncredited) Written by Gigi Meroni & Rich Dickerson Sebastian Robertson
"Here I Come Vegas" (uncredited) Written by Rich Dickerson & Gigi Meroni Lindsay Pagano
"2 Cute 2 4-Get" (uncredited) Written by Rich Dickerson, Gigi Meroni & Jim Krieg Performed by Maria Carmen Diaz
"Hatari Safari" Written by Rich Dickerson & Gigi Meroni Rich Dickerson

Villains

Suspects

Suspect Motive/reason
Dr. Joan Goodfew She believes that the civilization and the video safaris expelled the animals.
Henry and Honey Hunsecker They were already 3 times on this safari.
Lloyd Mbuku He has a police badge in his wallet.
Cap'n Robbie Kumbazi He says he had no map but he's lying.

Culprits

Culprit Motive/reason
Henry and Honey Hunsecker Controlling the animals because they wanted to sell them to exotic collectors.

Locations

Continuity

Notes/trivia

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • None known.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • Animals such as lions, cheetahs, and zebras do not live in the African jungles alongside gorillas as seen in this episode, they are found on the African plains/savannahs.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Greek Πάμε για Σαφάρι
Καλό Σαφάρι!
Let's Go on a Safari
Have a Nice Safari!

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Quotes


Previous Episode:
Roller Ghoster Ride!
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Season 1
Next Episode:
She Sees Sea Monsters by the Seashore

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