Scooby Doo dvd-roms in Kellogg's cereals???

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  1. Ron Lee Green

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    I noticed that some Kellogg's cereals have Scooby-Doo dvd-roms inside specially marked packages. I didn't buy it, but the box says you can play games and watch episodes. My questions for anyone out there who has these dvd's: What are the episodes? Are they complete episodes or clips? Thanks, Ron
     
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    they are episodes from Scooby Doo episodes could be any of the ones. Games are from the Scooby Doo DVD's you buy.
     
  3. Ron Lee Green

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    Interesting. Thanks for posting. This interests me because I didn't buy the Scooby season set. Does anyone know how many different dvds there are to collect in the cereal collection? Are they episodes from the first 2 seasons of Scooby-Doo Where Are You? Does anyone know some of the titles of the episodes? Also, how many episodes on a disc. Sorry, for so many quwestions, but the cereal box description is very vague, and I can't find anything else on the net.
     
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    There's 5 different discs, but they're inside the box so there's no way to tell which one you're getting (like the Disney read-alongs they had last year).
    The one I got had a newer Scooby-Doo cartoon with Johnny Bravo (they pick him up off the road) but I couldn't tell you much what it's about since I was distracted by the huge-ass Cartoon Network logo they put on the screen during the entire thing! This pissed me off so much I wrote to Kellogg's letting them know I won't be buying any more of their cereals, since their company apparently endorses this practice.
    It's also got a Dexter's Lab and Powerpuff Girls cartoon, both also ruined with a continuous Cartoon Network logo, and a few cartoon show-related music videos mercifully shown bug-free. There's some other stuff that's only doable with a DVD-ROM drive; in fact the cereal box says "DVD-ROM Inside" so that's bound to confuse a few people.
     
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    Thanks, Jesse, for the info. Sounds like I can safely pass on this 'offer'.
     

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