Finally, Keith Champagne's "Snacks on a Plane" is a charmer that operates more on the characterization than on the punch of the puzzle's solution. This story is all about misplaced Scooby-Snacks and the fact that only Scooby and the Gang seems to know what they are. Karen Matchette brings her singular style to the Gang. They're on model, and she bestows a comic strip quality to them. The fun comes from their interaction with the other passengers and flight attendants; the very impressed blonde one steals the show, and Velma's expression during the scene is hilarious.