What's New, Scooby-Doo? (2002) s02e02 Episode Script

Mummy Scares Best

What's new Scooby-Doo? ♪
We're coming after you ♪
We're gonna solve
that mystery ♪
I see you Scooby-Doo ♪
The trail
leads back to you ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪
We're gonna follow you ♪
You're gonna solve
that mystery ♪
We see you Scooby-Doo
we're coming after you ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪
Don't look back ♪
You may find another clue ♪
Scooby snacks will be
waiting here for you ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪
We're coming after you ♪
We're gonna solve
that mystery ♪
I see you Scooby-Doo ♪
The trail
leads back to you ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪
Na-na na-na na ♪
Na-na na-na na ♪
Na-na na na na-na na ♪
Na-na na-na na
na-na na-na na ♪
What's new Scooby-Doo ♪♪
[instrumental music]
- Oh!
- Uhh!
- Whoa!
- Whoa!
(male #1)
'Welcome to the pyramids
of Abu Qir.'
'Ahead lies the Pyramid
Of The Moon.'
[eerie moan]
The mummy!
- Aah!
- Aah!
This way.
The walls,
they'll crush us!
We must push them back.
- Aah!
- Whoa!
- Whoa!
- Aah!
[instrumental music]
Only problem with Egypt
is that
the sandwiches here
is the only sand
which is here.
Ha ha ha ha.
Get it Scoob?
Hee hee hee hee.
We haven't seen Melbourne
O'Reilly since Costa Rica.
It'll sure be great
to hang out
with my favorite explorer,
adventurer again.
Especially since
he's invited us
on an actual
archeological dig.
'Oh, look. That must be
where we're meeting Melbourne.'
[Shaggy thinking]
Scoob, ha ha ha,
our kinda place!
First butterscotch fizzy's
on me.
[Australian accent]
Congratulations, mate.
You've just had
your first mirage.
I hope it didn't feature
poisonous lizards,
like mine did.
Melbourne. Wow.
Hey, thanks
for having us out here.
Holy doly,
it's good to lay eyes
on you blokes
and bloke-ettes.
- G'day to all of you.
- G'doo.
Is this where
we'll be doing the dig?
Right you are, boogabug.
Over there, nearby
the Pyramid Of The Moon.
The artifacts
I found so far
truly amazing.
I think you folks
are in for a real adventure.
If anyone knows adventure,
it's you, Melbourne.
Check this out. An urn
from the earliest kingdoms.
You can still make out
the hieroglyphics.
You could probably read these,
too, if they weren't underwater.
Impossible. The Nile river
is hundreds of miles from here.
Well, something's
leaking into my shoes.
Whoa ho ho!
Guess I was misinformed.
Zoinks! Tell me
this is another mirage!
No, no!
It is the curse of the mummy!
Well, the night's a beaut.
We can just camp
under the sparkling stars.
Always the man with the plan.
Great night to be
camping out.
Especially if we
just ignore
that spooky pyramid
right behind us.
can you tell us
what that driver meant
by "curse of the mummy?"
It's an ancient story.
What little I know
about the mummy
comes from
those hieroglyphics.
'Huh, awful, man.'
'It scrawled graffiti
all over those nice bricks.'
'Ha. Look closer, mate.'
'The symbols tell a tale'
'of Pharaoh Scamses The 15th'
'who lived 3,000 years ago.'
'He was done in
by resentful slaves'
'and his mummified remains
were laid to rest'
'in the Pyramid Of The Moon.'
'It is written that
if any trespass on his land'
'the mummy will arise
with his zombified minions'
'and take brutal revenge.'
Like, are we by any chance
on his land right now?
Well, yeah, I reckon.
It's just that
I've always been
kind of allergic
to brutal r-revenge.
Join us. Join us.
[teeth chattering]
Ha ha ha! It's the pharaoh's
zombified minions!
Run for it!
You took the words
right out of my mouth.
Except for the crikeys.
[wind howling]
This way!
[Scooby whimpers]
Sand storm!
Fred, where are you?
I can't see.
Over hereI think.
[all screaming]
Like, I knew I should have
packed an umbrella.
Did we actually see a mummy
and some zombified tourists?
Can't say for certain.
The desert night plays tricks
on the imagination.
Or else there is something
to that mummy's curse.
We need to stick around
and find out.
The desert day can get up
to 150 degrees.
But first we need to find
a bottle of sun screen.
[instrumental music]
Oh, I'm so thirsty.
Me, too, I'd give anything
for a glass of water
with a side of fries.
Wouldn't that make you
more thirsty?
Okay, the side of fries,
then the glass of water.
[horns honking]
There seems to be
a lot of people leaving town.
Maybe there's a sale
on beverages
at the outlet mall.
Coins, please. Coins.
Uh, no thanks.
But we wouldn't mind
something to drink.
Where could we
get some nice, cool water?
From our spring.
we are in the middle
of a terrible drought.
That is why everyone's
leaving town.
The little water left
in Ouliankar
belongs to the prince.
Then maybe we should
find the prince.
Prince Kazzal Affimir,
at your service.
Ever since Ouliankar
dried up
even I have been
driven to beg.
But I can share
my liquid wealth
with thirsty strangers.
Hmm. How 'bout
hungry strangers?
I'm afraid
for food and drink
you must travel to the nearby
village of Zalqara.
I think all of us are ready
for some nourishment.
Prince, what's the quickest way
to get to Zalqara?
'Camel Sam's.'
Last camels on the lot.
Unlimited mileage,
bucket saddles
camel hair upholstery,
optional hump.
Return them directly
to the airport
for your convenience.
Just be sure to replace
their water level.
You're doing
very good business.
Oh, since the drought
people need to leave
any way they can,
and my camels are in demand.
Seems like Camel Sam
is actually blessed
by the mummy's curse.
[instrumental music]
[children laughing]
There's definitely
no drought in this town.
'That seems to be
the happening place.'
Bienvenu, mes amis.
I am Mademoiselle Chantal.
Do you have reservations
to my bistro?
Ah, a French woman.
Let me handle this.
Bonjoure-e, madmoselly.
Uh, we've been
out in the desert
and we thought we'd
paz-day-doo inside
for some of your
soup du jour of the day.
I am sorry, monsieur
but you must wait
in that very long line.
Guys, look!
'Crikey! Those zombie types!'
Maybe we should find
a place that delivers.
We need to get inside and look
at what's going on in there.
I think I have a way.
Madames and monsieurs
Chantal's is happy to present
for your entertainment pleasure
the Fatima Sisters!
[instrumental music]
Hey, they're pretty good.
Heh heh.
The only dance my belly knows
is the cake walk.
Join us.
Join us..
Join us..
Time to make our exit,
stage right.
Belly, do your stuff.
Whoo hoo!
Hee hee hee
hee hee hee.
Join us.
Join us.
Join us.
Join us.
Hey, you blighters!
Join me!
- Uhh!
- Uhh!
Saved again by
Melbourne O'Reilly.
Wow. You girls okay?
We're fine,
but what's that?
This piping seems to go
straight out there for miles.
'Directly toward
the Pyramid Of The Moon.'
Let me try.
I'll use the old
cuticle trimmer
sandal strap gimmick.
Nice, Daphne.
Will you look
at all those cobwebs!
This might be
the world's first web site.
Reb site!
There's too many rooms
to cover.
We'll have to split up
one more time.
We might as well take
the scariest way, Scoob.
It always ends up
like that anyway.
So this is where
the pharaoh was sleeping
for the last 3,000 years?
[both whimpering]
Phew. Like, nobody's home.
Huh? Man, am I glad
to see you guys!
Join us.
What are you doing? It's us,
Shaggy and Scooby, and you're..
[frightened chuckle]
'hideous, sinister zombies.'
But, like, that's okay.
Ha hafriends don't judge.
- Aah!
- Aah!
[rock music]
I could see you
ten or twelve times a day ♪
I think it's best
we do it your therapist's way ♪
I grow my hair long
and wear big coats yeah ♪
I get so lovesick
my sad thoughts float ♪
The time ♪
You've got me running ♪
News broke today
so we're not talking ♪
I think it's best we do
a little bit of stopping ♪
I want a house on a beach
and you in my dreams ♪
I need water yeah ♪
And a love
love love love ♪
The time ♪
You've got me running ♪
The time ♪
You've got me tired. ♪
'Wow. For a place
that's short on powder rooms'
'it sure is long on plumbing.'
Well, Scoob, looks like
we're being hunted down
by our best friends
in the whole world.
Guess we need
to do something
besides the old standbys
quivering and whimpering.
Now, what would Daphne do?
She'd trick the lock.
Good thing I always carry
my portable pocket
lunch utensils.
click click
Fred would have been proud.
Well, hello.
What's this gizmo?
If I were Velma,
I'd try to figure it out.
Hmmlet's see.
It works,
but what does it do?
- Uh-hh!
- Aah!
Join us.
How do I wake 'em up?
Open sesame!
- Unh.
- Rrrelp.
Quick, grab
Scooby and Shaggy!
- Unh!
- Oh!
We've gotta get out of here!
- Aah!
- Whoa!
Whewsafe and sound.
Oh, no, it's got Scooby!
Time to unmask the monster.
'Melbourne O'Reilly?'
Oh, no. Not Melbourne.
Why, Melbourne? Why?
Wish I knew, mate.
But it looks like
I'm the mummy.
'That guy found'
'the emergency exit.'
I'll get
the blighter!
Ah, unh!
'Prince Kazzal Affimir?'
There's a mystic hieroglyphic
symbol pronounced "relp."
It must break the trance.
You're a hypnotist.
Wow, Scoob,
your "relp" saved our necks.
Here are four words you'd never
expect to hear from me
what the heck happened?
Well, you guys
weren't really around
so, uh, ahem..
we had to figure things out.
I found this water works
the Pyramid Of The Moon.
Pipes and wheels
and gauges.
Diverting water from an
underground branch
of the Nile river, creating
the drought in that town.
So the pipeline
we saw brought water
to the other town,
and success to its cafe.
And all the other
businesses there.
All probably owned
by the Mademoiselle Chantal.
Madame Chantal.
She's my wife.
It was all a scheme
just to make
the two of them rich.
He created zombie slaves
to threaten intruders.
Melbourne's dig was
probably getting too close,
so the prince put him
and others under his spell
to do his bidding.
Yeah and I would've
stayed that way, too
if it weren't for you
meddlin' nippers.
Well, I wish I could
think of a way
to thank Shaggy
and Scooby
for saving the day.
If you could, Fred,
this would be it.
[theme music]
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