Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Season 2 (2012 - 2013)

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Air date: Jul 30, 2012

With the gang split up, Crystal Cove is being tormented by an evil-man-baby called Crybaby Clown. Fred is off searching for his real parents. Shaggy is in military school. Scooby is locked up on a farm. Only Velma remains. She convinces Mayor Nettles to help get Mystery Incorporated back together. Mayor Nettles finds Scooby in the middle of a "jail break" from the farm and assists him in rescuing Shaggy from military school. Shag and Scoob meet up with Fred and head for Crystal Cove to reunite with Velma. The only missing element is Daphne...but Daphne has moved on. She's fallen in love with Bayler Hotner, a hunky young actor in town researching a movie role. And they're serious. Daphne is not coming back to Mystery Inc. Fred refuses to believe this and sets a trap for Crybaby Clown that needs all five members of Mystery Inc. When Daphne doesn't show, the trap fails...and for the first time, Mystery Inc. doesn't catch the monster!

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Velma and Hotdog Water are working for Mr. E in trying to acquire an item from a museum exhibit in Moscow. But, when they fail, Mr. E just buys the exhibit and has it shipped to Crystal Cove. The exhibit an evil Russian witch by the name of Baba Yaga and her chicken-legged house comes to life. The gang adds Hotdog Water as the new Daphne and hunt Baba Yaga in Crystal Cove's Haunted Forest of Doomonly to end up being the hunted. As it turns out, the chicken-legged house contains a few secrets: namely the mysterious Planispheric Disc Piece #3 and, a stash of priceless Faberge eggs. The gang solves the mystery by exposing that the Russian curator had disguised himself as Baba Yaga in order to smuggle stolen Faberge eggs into Crystal Cove. And now that the mystery's solved, our gang finds themselves in possession of Planispheric Disc Piece #3!

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In a daring airport rescue, set in Crybaby Clown's 747, the gang not only snags Crybaby Clown but saves Daphne, who was taken prisoner along with the therapist, hairdresser, plastic surgeon and publicist. Crybaby Clown is revealed to be none other than Bayler Hotner, who was gathering the perfect posse that would make him a superstar actor. Daphne slaps Bayler hard across the face and asks if she can come back to Mystery Inc. Of course, she can!

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As the gang gets deeper into the mystery of the Dreamweaver, they uncover the fact that Sheriff Stone and the three other citizens were avid practitioners of a fantasy role-playing game called Crypts & Creatures when they were young. The Dreamweaver was a monster created by then Crypt-Master Bronson Stone! Using their skills, Mystery Inc. cracks the mystery and realizes it's an inside job. One of Stone's old C&C-mates is actually the Dreamweaver out for revenge because his beloved level 99 Elf Mage was destroyed all those years ago! As a surprise at the end, Fred's real parents (Brad Chiles and Judy Reeves) return and introduce themselves to Fred and the gang!

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The gang figures out the mystery and sets a trap for the Hodag. The Hodag is revealed as none other than a trained monkey that steals for his master, Fussbuster! Fussbuster wanted the 500-year-old Spanish cheese that Shepherd had in the curio wagon. The gang traps both Fussbuster and Roberto and in the end, the 500-year-old Spanish cheese reveals its dark secret Planispheric Disc Piece #4! With the gang in possession of two pieces of the mysterious Planispheric Disc, a worried Professor Pericles approaches the members of the Old Mystery Inc. gang, searching for both new and old alliances.

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World-renowned modern artist Randy Warsaw is Crystal Cove's greatest art treasure. But, when Warsaw's greatest work of art, Junk, comes to life and tries to destroy Warsaw, Mayor Nettles asks the gang to investigate. Each member of Mystery Inc. is soon swept up in this crazy, beautiful art worldexcept for Daphne, who is labeled as boring by Warsaw and duly ignored. Velma becomes Warsaw's muse. Fred becomes Warsaw's living mannequin. Scooby is the new lead singer in the emo arthouse band. Shaggy is put to work carving food sculptures with his teeth. Everyone is happy.

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While watching a free screening of an old Vincent Van Ghoul movie with half the town at Crystal Cove Cemetery, the gang is attacked by the Graveyard Ghoul! Wanting to investigate, the gang heads back to the cemetery the next day. The first person they see is an absolutely perfect suspect, Gorak the caretaker. He looks just like the Graveyard Ghoul and even hisses at them. But, not wanting to commit villain profiling, they broaden the investigation to include the Bjorklund house on cemetery grounds.

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Climbing Mount Diabla out in the desert, two hikers are attacked by Lilith, a dark-winged Angel of Destruction. Back at Crystal Cove hospital, the gang talks to the climbers and sets out to solve this mystery. They travel to Scorpion Wells at the base of Mount Diabla to find a small trailer-town of very suspicious, and unfriendly characters. Lilith attacks driving the gang out of town. Unfazed, the Mystery Inc. gang climbs Mount Diabla to discover a crazed old-lady miner named Boron who claims Lilith is on the ship with her. Her ship.

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When a crazed ghostly puritan judge named Hebediah Grimm starts terrorizing Crystal Cove and judging its youth, the Mystery Inc. gang gets involved perhaps a little too deep. Ethan and Gary seem to be reaping the benefits of these strange attacks as they are rescuing and then dating some of the prettiest girls in school! This makes them prime suspects but both have ironclad alibisboth have been seen fighting against Hebediah! With their leads quickly running out, the gang turn to Fred's real parents, Brad and Judy, for help. These expert trap makers are overjoyed for a little time with Fred, and together, they all concoct a trap that nabs BOTH Hebediah Grimms! As it turns out, Ethan and Gary were both alternating as Hebediah Grimm in a real scream of a mystery. And, their motives? Girls. There were trying to get dates with girls! Only in Crystal Cove.

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On a ski trip into the cold, snowy mountains, the Mystery Inc. gang gets diverted by a huge avalanche to have to stay the night at a creepy old library that was once the 1880s mansion of famed railroad baron and adventurer Oswald Burlington. The Burlington Library is full of mysteryand when the gang start seeing phantasms and monsters, they have to get to the bottom of those mysteries or they might just not make it off this mountaintop alive.

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Having gone their separate ways at the end of Season One, the Mystery Inc. gang Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma will reunite once more to face their fears, unmask the bad guys, and get to the bottom of the secret curse and treasure of Crystal Cove.

Critic Reviews for Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated Season 2

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (1)

It's clever, funny, and, yes, unbelievably epic.

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Audience Reviews for Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Season 2

  • May 27, 2020
    We finally get answers to all of the questions posed by the Mystery Gang's many mysteries. The Gang also has some character growth which I much appreciated. All plot holes are taken care of, each character gets a fitting ending, and the timeline is finally all pieced together. Overall, the second and unfortunately final season is an all out blast with plenty of comedy, character growth, moments of excitement, and of course plenty of mystery. This season concludes one of the best shows ever, and one of the best adaptations of the beloved original show.
  • May 21, 2020
    All the big questions are answered through this season and concludes this amazing revival by making us wanting more adventures and mystery solving with this incarnation of Mystery Inc.
  • May 20, 2020
    Best iteration of the series since the original!!
  • Jun 03, 2016
    I loved it it was a awesome show the only thing I didn't like was there was only 52 episodes.

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