Spoiler Alert: I give away a few tidbits of information.

March 19, 2018, saw the most epic crossover in television history come to life. The classic animated cartoon from everyone’s childhood, Scooby-Doo, and the demon hunting brothers, Sam and Dean, and their pal Castiel of Supernatural came together for the craziest moments ever.

The brothers were sucked into one of the most iconic episodes of Scooby Doo “A Night of Fright is No Delight” but unlike the original episode from the 1970s, this time the deaths were real, and the scares were sillier than ever. Here is my list of the top six moments in…


1. They animated the Winchesters

Sam and Dean look totally cool normally, but animated they were just too cute for words.

2. I really wanna race ya!

Dean took a disliking to Fred and a flirtatious attitude towards Daphne. Fighting for the “girl” he gave off a macho attitude by choosing to put his beloved classic Impala in a race against the Mystery Machine. Dean lost! Eventually, Daphne points out she only likes men who wear ascots with a nod in Fred’s direction.

3. OMG! It's the classic chase

Enter Sam and Dean in a classic Scooby Doo monster chase scene. This was too much even for me. I was laughing so hard I literally thought I was dying. Scooby and Gang running from the monsters were funny enough, but add in Sam, Dean, and Castiel and I couldn’t take it.

4. Seriously, who dun’ it?

The kicker to this Supernatural episode was that it was truly just like the Scooby Doo cartoon. We meet the real villain and “monster” right away, but don’t realize it is him until the very end. The fact that this poor man used a sweet innocent ghost kid to do his dirty work irks me even more.

5. Scooby Dooby Doo!

Near the end of the episode, as real people, when the bad guy gets put in the police car, the real estate man says the classic line about “Meddling Kids” and Dean chooses to utter Scooby’s famous last line “Scooby Dooby Doo.” The problem is he isn’t a dog and he isn’t animated anymore, adding to the humor of this scene. Also, note the ascot!

6. Whoa, Velma’s got a crush!

Throughout the entire episode, Velma can’t get over the big strong shoulders Sam has. In the end, we expect Dean to make a move on Daphne, but no, Velma’s got him beat when she lays a big old smooch on Sam. Crushing on a cartoon character is one thing, but when the cartoon character is crushing on you… how do you handle that?

The whole premise of the show going from one reality to another and hunting fake monsters vs. real demons was funny, but somehow, it stayed true to both Supernatural and Scooby Doo.


The best part of this whole crossover is that although Sam and Dean know the monsters are real, they fib to the Scooby gang and with a bit of help, they are able to allow them to keep their innocence. That everything Supernatural is just someone in a mask trying to get away with something.