What's New, Scooby-Doo? (2002) s02e12 Episode Script

Uncle Scooby and Antarctica

Look! He's got Dr. Zola!
Aah! Help me!
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 ♪
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What's new Scooby-doo ♪♪
Volunteer work at the zoo.
What a great job for Shaggy.
Except we haven't
seen him since we got here.
My guess is volunteer lunch
break has no time limit.
'Like, gang, hey! Ha ha ha!'
I'm up here! This is toots.
She loves peanuts,
and coincidentally, so do I.
Two for you, one for me.
Two for you, one for me.
And she also loves
elephant jokes. Watch.
How do you make
an elephant float?
Just add ice cream.
Float? Ice cream?
Oh, I get it..
Hee hee hee.
'That's Scooby's new pal'
'Little Pete.'
What a cutie. Is he new here?
He was found in the wild
and they've been caring
for him in the zoo nursery.
Oh, there's Little Pete.
I knew he'd be
out here with Scooby.
Zella the zookeeper,
meet my pals.
Time for another lunch break?
Sure, if you'd like.
But I need to get Little Pete
ready for his flight.
I thought penguins
were flightless birds.
Yes, they are.
But it's time
for this penguin to go back
to his family in Antarctica.
Antarctica? You mean
the one in the south pole?
But that's so far away
'and Scooby's been taking
really good care of him here.'
I'm afraid it's for
his own welfare.
'He needs to be back
in his natural climate.'
'But tell you what.'
Seeing as Scooby's
been such a good uncle
and Shaggy's so good
at taking care of animals
how would you guys like to
accompany Little Pete
on the trip back home?
I'll take that as a yes.
'Hey, Shaggy, thanks
for asking the zookeeper'
'if we could come
with you to Antarctica.'
Like, the trip wouldn't be
a trip without you guys along.
'Guess Scoob's got
his job cut out, huh.'
Keeping little Pete
from gettin' bored.
Hey, cold enough for ya?
Like, thanks, captain.
It's nice and chilly
for the little guy.
I wouldn't have it
any other way.
Lovethe cold.
In fact, I'm a dedicated iceist.
And an iceist is?
Someone who chews ice?
Only on special holidays.
We devote our lives
to the love of frozen water.
It's a depleting
resource, you know.
In a million years or so
this will be an iceless planet!
And then what will we do?
I never like to plan
that far ahead.
That's why I fly these runs
to the eventually
melting South Pole.
Gotta enjoy ice
while you got it.
By the way, I don't mean to pry
but who's flying the plane?
Uh, we're on automatic pilot.
This baby practically
flies itself.
Want a turn behind the wheel?
Sure! I pride myself
on my driving skills.
Refasten your seat belts.
'What's this thing,
do.. Oh-h-h-h!'
'This is a piece
of ca-a-a-a-a-ke!'
Cape Dart Way Station
built on an acre
of prime ice estate.
Nearest neighbor hasn't
been seen in an ice age.
I don't see any penguins yet.
I don't see much of anything.
It's so dark out.
- What time is morning?
- July.
- Until then?
- It's continual night.
Man, what a great
place for sleepin' in!
Looks like they weren't
expecting guests.
No, no. This place was up
and running just last week.
There was equipment
here and workers.
'Something's terribly wrong.'
I'll say. Look over there!
He's in shock.
Something must have
really scared him.
Like, maybe he's the guy who
has to clean up this place.
Aah! That thing! That thing!
Easy, easy! You're safe now.
Maybe it is us.
Those hoods do scary
things with your hair.
Please, try to relax.
Can you tell us who you are?
Monroe Hopper.
Assistant to Dr. Armand Zola.
- And who's that?
- Eee!
Forgive me. I've been
through quite an ordeal.
Would you like to
tell us about it?
No, no, no!
But I have to.
You must be warned.
'Dr. Zola's
a brilliant scientist'
with the answers
to global warming
the shrinking ozone,
the threat to polar wildlife!
Amazing! Where is this man?
That's the horrible part.
A giant creature
slithered out of the sea
part human and part hideous
scaly, knife-toothed
fish monster!
It demolished this place
and dragged out Dr. Zola
plunging him down, down into
the freezing waters below us.
Petey wants to go home!
The workers ran for their lives
but I couldn't move.
Numb with fear,
seeing poor Dr. Zola.
No, no!
Relax, Mr. Hopper!
It's all over now.
- Eeh!
- Or not.
The generator!
Somehow it's working again!
Where's the generator?
Out there in the generator room.
Now, that's great planning.
- What's that?
- 'Halt! Who goes there?'
I-I mean, who's already here?
Zoinks! It's another creature!
It's just a person
in a diving suit.
Why would anyone be wearing
a diving suit indoors?
Because I'm freezing.
I designed this suit
to withstand cold
hundreds of degrees below zero.
Uh, who are you anyway?
We came to bring
a penguin back to the wild.
You should have stayed inside.
Have you noticed
it's really cold here
since the generator was wrecked?
But now it's on again.
That's my job.
I'm Sergeant Linda Rauch
from the Army Corps of Engineers
assigned to this
bleak, chilling place.
I guess we owe you some
thanks for the repairs.
You don't owe me anything
unless you can arrange
for a transfer to Maui.
'We'd better get this little
penguin back to penguin ville.'
vroom vroom vroom.
According to
the zookeeper's information
the penguin population should be
right where these buildings are!
Innocent penguins displaced
by a gross misuse of ice!
I tell people not
to build on the ice
field but do they listen?
I need to prep my props and fly
you icebreakers outta here.
Hmm, seems like
she wouldn't mind
seeing the whole
way station go away.
How do we find the penguins?
Easy, look for tuxedos and if
they're on birds that's them.
No sign yet
of Little Pete's colony.
Good thing you brought along
those night-vision binoculars.
It's three more months
till morning.
Uh, what has gills and scales
and runs like a man,
but looks like a shark?
Daphne this is no time
for a riddle.
No! I really see it! Look!
It's that finned fiend!'
What do we do?
How about not just stand here?
Split up, gang, and run!
Hang on, Shaggy!
But it's hanging on to me!
That thing's got Fred!
Freddy! We can't get to him!
I wonder..
Bon voyage!
Zoinks! What's that?
There's a man under the ice.
I wish you wouldn't
keep doing that.
It's Dr. Zola, frozen solid!
Man, he must be cold
without his earmuffs.
Do you think he can be revived?
We must. He has so much
to offer the human race!
He could even tell you
where the penguins went.
He's got to be
thawed out quickly.
Like, does anyone here
have a blow dryer?
What color?
Not too quickly,
the sudden rise in temperature
could threaten his life.
Well, being frozen
like leftovers
couldn't be real good
for his health either.
Good point.
That's why I'm going
to thaw out in my tanning booth.
Hmm, seems
like she'd do anything
to get out of this place.
I made some tea to warm us up.
- Hey.
- Aah!
Listen up, I've got some bad
news and some good news.
The bad news
is I won't be flying you
'out of here for two days.'
'There's a big
hail storm coming.'
Oh, no! Hail storms make
me really nervous!
What doesn't?
What's the good news?
Hail is ice!
- Great!
- Well, we have two days.
Let's get Little Pete
to his, uh, people
'before that amphibious
abnormality finds its way back.'
The T.V here
is just like the weather.
All you get is snow. Ha ha!
'Hey! Like,
who turned out the light?'
- The heat's off, too.
- No heat?
But melting the ice was our only
chance to revive Dr. Zola.
That engineer, Sergeant Linda
controls the power.
Could she have something to do
with the fish-faced felon?
We better go check out
the generator room.
Can you stay and watch Dr. Zola?
I would never leave his side.
There he goes.
Alright, we need
to split up again.
Some of us need to go search
that coastline
and some of us should keep watch
here at the ice field.
Shaggy, this time
you and Scooby get to choose.
Let's see,
the coastline is where
Daphne just saw the monster.
But when we stay behind
the monster always finds us.
On the other hand the monster
always finds us anyway.
Pick it already!
Aah! Aah!
Not this time, fella!
No! No! Save Scooby!
Bloop bloop bloop.
You can't, Shaggy! The water's
too cold! You'll freeze!
But what about Scooby?
Scooby! There's no time!
We've got to save Scooby now
before the gilled ghoul
grabs him!
I'll find that
sub-zero diving suit!
Little Pete! No!
It's okay. His feathers protect
him from the cold.
Yeah, but, like, what's gonna
protect him from the monster?
Is this some kind of air hose?
M-m-my hero!
We'll never get Little Pete
back to his penguins
while that scaly scoundrel's
still skulking.
Needless holes broken through
the precious polar surface.
Ice doesn't grow
on trees, you know?
Unless you count icicles.
I can't wait to cart
all you icy-hearted
ice-hackers out of here!
I can't wait to go.
I'm already in training
for the Maui triathlon.
Ah, that's a good goal.
I'm training to bench 220 1.
Dr. Zola's a brilliant man.
He knew when disaster would
rear its disastrous head.
What do you mean?
The last time I came here,
he warned everyone
in the place
to take my next flight out
or they'd suffer
horrendous consequences.
Again. Hmm.
Suspects and clues
seem to be swimming
through here like minnows.
Then the time has come for us
to tackle that big fish.
Well, gang, we're goin'
for the prize catch.
We've got a flexible
aluminum pole
'precision reel,
steel wire cable line'
and of course..
Live bait.
In fact, the live baitiest
we've ever been.
Don't worry, guys.
As soon as the creature shows
to gobble up you tasty morsels
we snag him with this Velcro
sure-to-stick net.
I don't know what's worse.
Dangling here to attract
a terrifying
ferocious sea freak
or spraying ourselves
in scent of squid.
'Whoa! They're biting today!'
I see something coming
under the ice.
Seal! Pull them up!
Go away! Go away!
We're not really fish!
Scoob, bark or something.
Hang in there, guys!
A good fisherman
is always patient.
Fred, I think the blood
is running to our tail fins!
Remember patience
is its own reward.
Maybe so,
but Scooby snax are ours
plus a hot bath
in the somewhat near future.
Oh, oh, please!
The creature!
It's all the same ♪
Same old town
with a different name ♪
That's fine by me ♪
There's only one place
that I want to be ♪
Southbound on I-5 ♪
Windows down and music
on the stereo ♪
I'm drivin' and I'm dreamin' ♪
There's no place
I'd rather go ♪
Starin' at white lines ♪
On the side of the road ♪
Been on the road a while ♪
I gotta get back
to a place with style ♪
Hang out havin' fun ♪
I gotta get back
to the beach and the sun ♪
Southbound on I-5 ♪
Windows down and music
on the stereo ♪
I'm drivin' and I'm dreamin' ♪
There's no place
I'd rather go ♪
Playin' every night ♪
With the occasional fight ♪♪
Let's just see who's
slithering under those scales.
The diving suit!
This must be
that shivering sergeant.
'More likely it's..'
'Monroe Hopper?'
This is one fish story
that's worth hearing.
'So Dr. Zola
thought of everything'
including a fish creature
to scare people away
while we froze his brain and
body until the next century.
I knew that thing was human from
the moment
I found your air hose.
Do you expect us to believe
Dr. Zola actually
wanted you to shove
him under the ice?
There's a depth of water
in Antarctica
that's the coldest
in the entire world
preserving him
as no cryogenics could
so he might share
his brilliant plans
'for the future
with the future.'
That's what I say. Huh?
So this is the world
of the future!
It's not at all what I expected.
The clothes and the people
so much like ours
in the far past
yet so different.
You, sir, do you speak
my language?
Like, no problem, dude.
I didn't think so.
I wonder how long
I've been frozen?
'About three days.'
What? Hopper!
What are you doing here?
I'm sorry to say, sir
the experiment failed
because of them.
You mean you kids
would dare to meddle
with the future of mankind?
Well, if the shoe fits.
Ha, I can finally go home now
and forget the screw-loose idea
of freezing myself
for the future.
Hopper, did you pack
my cloning kit?
Yes, sir!
Hope you don't mind a detour.
Captain Cloyd is dropping me
off at the Sydney Airport.
I got my transfer to Maui!
And then I'm back
to the South Pole.
The time has come to settle down
on that little ice farm.
And of course,
thanks to Dr. Zola
we located the penguins.
Well, Scooby, better say
good-bye to your little pal.
Like, you've been
a good uncle, Scoob.
Little Pete's
learned a lot from you.
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