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FIRST LOOK: Here’s what happens when Supernatural meets Scooby-Doo… yes, this is happening

March 17th, 2018 by Irwin Fletcher Comments

Scoobynatural is a pairing you never thought you’d see, but it’s really happening and now fans have their first look.

The part live-action part animated adventure features Supernatural’s Dean and Sam crossing over into the animated Scooby-Doo universe, and it all starts with Dean wrestling a plushy.

You may recall we reported this some time ago and the episode kicks off when the duo receive a free TV which ends up sucking them inside, putting them into a full Scooby Doo cartoon. No, seriously.

“Once they get over their amazement at being in the cartoon, two things happen,” co-showrunner Robert Singer says, “They say, ’We’ve been in a situation like this before with the Trickster and I think we’re supposed to play this out.’ And then they realize they’re in a Scooby-Doo cartoon, which makes Dean incredibly excited because Scooby-Doo was his favorite cartoon growing up.”

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Dean realises the episode they find themselves in is based on the 1970’s episode A Night of Fright Is No Delight, but things change when a creature from the Supernatural side of things enters the fray.

Co-showrunner Andrew Dabb teases the tone of the episode, saying “It gets pretty dark.”

“There are things you wouldn’t see in a regular Scooby-Doo cartoon,” Singer adds.

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“They walk into an old episode of Scooby-Doo,” Dabb said, “But it may end up being a new episode of Supernatural.”

As you can see in the new images (above and below) one sequence shows Dean holding Daphne’s hand away from what is likely the monster, and that is definitely on purpose.

“Dean came of age in a time before the internet when Daphne wasn’t so bad,” Dabb says, “Dean has very strong opinions on all the Scooby characters, but especially Daphne and Fred.”

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Credit to the good folks at EW for these images.

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