Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Season 1 Episode 9

Battle of the Humungonauts

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Aired Weekdays 5:00 PM Sep 06, 2010 on Cartoon Network
8.8
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Episode Summary

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When two giant monsters start to attack Crystal Cove, Mayor Jones asks Fred and the gang to help him and the sheriff capture them. Meanwhile, Shaggy has to choose between his relationship with Velma and his friendship with Scooby.

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  • The problems are everywhere in this episode. On the one hand, Velma and Scooby are angry with Shaggy and the other hand, two monsters are destroying the town.

    9.5
    When I saw this episode, the first thing I thought was "it's amazing". This is the first series where the relationship between Velma and Shaggy is taken seriously.



    This causes a different atmosphere in Scooby Doo, you will notice that things become more real, because the problems with friends are inserted into the argument, which is also a way to children to learn about relationships.



    And the mystery of the two monsters, no matter that it is too easy find out who is the culprit, is the perfect complement.



    The clues Mr. E provided also were very successful, which indicates this episode like a good example. In my opinion, 9.5 of 10 is the score this episode deserves.moreless
  • Velma was really nasty in this episode and so was Scooby. I couldn't believe I heard Scooby ask Shaggy if Shaggy was cheating on him. How creepy of a question is that? I loved the rest of the episode though.moreless

    8.5
    I loved a lot about this episode. The Humungonauts and the excellent voice acting. Even the clues from Mr.E were well told,but could be easily solved by someone in their teens. I found this episode to have too much spoilers of who the Humungonauts really were. The brothers who provided Crystal Cove's insurance's signs were the same colors of the Humungonauts's fur. Also it was pretty obvious who they were when Mr. E said pay attention to the signs. I thought the only flaws were Velma and Scooby. Velma acted so controlling and mean to Scooby and Shaggy and Scooby asked a very creepy question to Shaggy "Shaggy are you cheating on me?". I know he's asking Shaggy if Shaggy's spending time with Velma then he is with his best friend Scooby,but that just sounded very wrong for a kid's show. I mean Scooby's his dog and shouldn't be jealous that Shaggy's dating a girl. It's like Scooby is in love with Shaggy. Talk about creepy.moreless
Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Fred Jones, Scooby-Doo

Mindy Cohn

Mindy Cohn

Velma Dinkley

Matthew Lillard

Matthew Lillard

Norville "Shaggy" Rogers

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Daphne Blake

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Max Minner, Jax Minner

Special Guest Star

Gary Cole

Gary Cole

Mayor Skip Jones

Recurring Role

Patrick Warburton

Patrick Warburton

Sheriff Bronson Stone

Recurring Role

Lewis Black

Lewis Black

Mr. E

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Max: This takes back when we were circus strong men.
      Jax: We had just come up with a great idea for our act, The Hercules Apes.
      Sheriff Bronson: Humungonauts is better.
      Jax: When this jerk decided to break up our act and join a rival circus.
      Max: You were just jealous. We became bitter enemies, who chance had it both went to the insurance businesses here in Crystal Cove.
      Jax: After that, we each focus on the same thing. Destroying each other's business. And it would have work too, if it weren't for-
      Max & Jax: My meddling brother! WHAT?! WHY YOU! (The brothers go back to beat each other up again.)

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  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Name: Humungonaut

      The name Humungonaut is an homage to the alien Humungosaur from the Ben 10 franchise.

    • War of the Gargantuas

      This episode is based on the 1966 Toho monster film War of the Gargantuas (known in Japan as "Frankenstein's Monsters: Sanda versus Gaira"), even going as far as to use parts of the soundtrack, such as the song "Stuck in My Throat" from the American release of the film.

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