Aloha title card

Scene 1

(A Warner Bros logo fades into a sunny day and we see an island and a title card saying "Aloha, Scooby-Doo!" as it goes through all of Hawaii and we now see a surfer on waves and we then see an island with surfers and tourists)

  • Little Jim: Yeah, Manu! You show them, Manu! Yeah.
  • Snooki Waeawa: Yes.
  • Manu: Hey, man. Chill out. Hang loose, bro.
  • Surfer: Get real, man. Just because you live here doesn't mean you own the ocean.

(The surfer went past Manu, sending him spinning a bit)

  • Manu: Whoa!
  • Snooki Waeawa: (gasps)

(Manu recovered before surfed around the blonde surfer, sending him tumbling into the wave as he screamed. The surfer came out underwater, coughing before he glared at Manu, who reached the shore as the tourists cheered him on. Soon, he reached his girlfriend, who embraced him joyfully)

  • Snooki Waeawa: Oh. Way to go, Manu. That was awesome. You're my big kahuna.
  • Manu: Aw, Snooki.
  • Little Jim: Yeah, Manu! Manu, you're my big kahuna too. (laughs)
  • Snooki Waeawa: (giggles)

(Little Jim cracked a coconut open with his head and drank the milk from it)

  • Little Jim: What's up with all these mainlanders anyway? The Big Kahuna of Hanahuna contest is supposed to be a local thing, man.
  • Manu: Hey, do I look worried? I've got surfing in my blood. My ancestors have been riding these waves for generations.
  • Little Jim: (as he opens a pineapple before eating some of its insides) I still don't think those mainlanders have any business here.
  • Manu: No worries, Little Jim. The competition only makes me get more into my groove. I say, "Bring it on, baby."
  • Snooki Waeawa: Yeah.
  • Little Jim: I don't know, Manu. The island spirits won't like it.

(The blond surfer along with some other surfers came up to Manu, Snooki and Jim)

  • Surfer: Spirits? Trying to scare us with your island-spirit mumbo jumbo won't help. You're going down this year, Manu. (to his fellow surfers) Let's hit the waves, dudes.

(The group then headed off to do some more surfing as Manu glared after them before heading off, later the surfers were surfing then suddenly a rumble one of the surfer fell then Snooki’s gasped as smoke comes out of that volcano)

  • Hawaiian Villager: Look.

(Little Jim gasps as smoke covers the sky then some unknown creatures were running through the forest and then bird were flyinng as the creatures came out of the forest Snooki’s gasps as more Came out and scares all the villagers running away towards the beach. Snooki’s gasps more as the creatures start getting on the villager, then a villager stops and sighs but then a creature jumps on and scream then more creatures keep terrorizing the beach then they both piled on Little Jim and bit his ear and Snooki runs)

  • Little Jim: Snooki! Look out! (Snooki kept running but one of the creature got her foot)
  • Snooki: Get em off of me! (They grabbed her) Help! Help me! (Screaming)

(Little Jim got the creatures off of him and ran towards Snooki to save her but trips as Snooki was taken away later Manu comes back and sees the beach was terrorized and sees Little Jim and helps him up)

  • Manu: What happen? Where’s Snooki?
  • Little Jim: They took her! The Tiki spirits! The curse start the Wiki Tiki! (Manu was shocked)

(Later we see two hang glider and it was Fred, Scooby, and Shaggy who are ready to start hang gliding)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, I don’t mean to be picky, Fred, but are you sure you know what we’re doing?

(It shows the bottom of the forest as Scooby and Shaggy gulped)

  • Fred Jones: Of course. I read the instructions. Well, part of them anyway, now there is nothing to it. Just wait for a gust of wind and off you go!

(He takes off in the sky)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, you got to be kidding me. The problem with being chickens, Scoob. Its the chickens dont fly!

(The wind blows the hang glider taking Shaggy, and Scooby with it as they scream)

  • Fred Jones: Thats it. You’ve got it. Now hang on.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Nnno problem, there. (They scream as they are out of control but they balance it and flew) I think we got it, Scoob.
  • Shaggy Rogers: There was one thing I was wondering though?
  • Fred Jones: Whats that?
  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, how do you land these things?
  • Fred Jones: I don’t know. I didn’t get that far in the instruction book.

(They gulped and they break down crying hysterically in panic mode)

(Later, we see Daphne and Velma are in the forest with)

  • Velma Dinkley: Aha. Hold it. Hold it. Just stay right there, little fella.

(Velma took a picture of the nene)

  • Velma Dinkley: Look, Daphne. I got a shot of a rare nene.
  • Daphne Blake: Wow, cool!
  • Velma Dinkley: Ah.... This is the life, isn't it? Boy, it sure was neat of the Goha Aloha Company to let you try designing clothes.
  • Daphne Blake: I'll say.
  • Velma Dinkley: And this all-expense-paid trip to Hawaii sure is some perk.
  • Daphne Blake: I know. I think these geckos

are going to look super on my new swimwear line.

  • Velma Dinkley: (on seeing a gecko's eyes shaped almost like her glasses) Huh?

(Moments later, Velma and Daphne were at their truck, looking at the photos they took on Velma's laptop)

  • Daphne Blake: These digital pictures can be silk-screened right onto the swimwear. I hope Jared Moon from Goha Aloha likes my designs. (as she looks at the pictures) Jeepers. Some of these critters sure are weird-looking.
  • Velma Dinkley: Tell me about it.

(Then Fred on the glider and then land perfectly)

  • Fred Jones: Now that's what I call smooth sailing.

(Then they see Shaggy and Scooby scream and crash land on the ground)

  • Shaggy Rogers: (pop out of the leaves) I guess us chickens can fly after all.
  • Fred Jones: Yeah, they just don't know how to land.

(Then the car drive away through them)

  • Daphne Blake: Jeepers. For a tiny island, there sure is a lot of traffic.
  • Fred Jones: What the heck is going on?
  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, where's everybody going?
  • Surfer: Anywhere but Hanahuna, that's where.
  • Daphne Blake: Hanahuna? That's where I'm supposed to meet the rep from Goha Aloha.
  • Velma Dinkley: The island guide gives Hanahuna an eight on its charm-o-meter.
  • Surfer: Yeah. Well, I give it a 10 on the it-creeps-me-out-meter. That Hanahuna is one spooky place. If you're heading for Hanahuna, you'd better hurry. The place is being overrun by evil tiki spirits. I'm so out of here.

(The surfer drives away)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Evil spirits? Like, you can count me out. 
  • Velma Dinkley: Evil tiki spirits? I doubt that highly. 
  • Fred Jones: Well, whatever it is, we'd better go check it out and pronto.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Let me get this straight. There may be something spooky going on on Hanahuna and you think we better go check it out. How about you send Scoob and me a postcard?
  • Fred Jones: Well, if you insist. But I wouldn't be surprised if over in Hanahuna we found some delicious macadamia nuts.
  • Scooby-Doo: Ooh. Macadamia nuts.

(They get excited and the get in the rental vehicle and buckle up)

(The gang arrives at a Hawaiian village)

  • Velma Dinkley: Why would anyone want to leave here?
  • Daphne Blake: Something must have really frightened them to make them want to move from such a beautiful place.

(At, they see a woman in the stands smashing some food)

  • Shaggy Rogers: What's that stuff they're mashing?
  • Velma Dinkley: They're pounding taro into a unique Hawaiian food called poi. It was a staple in the diet of ancient Hawaiians.

(They go to the stand)

  • Vendor: Would you like to taste it?

(Then Shaggy and Scooby tried the Poi and find it distasteful, and then Shaggy takes out the hot sauce and puts it on the Poi and tasted it, and it was good. The two then eat the rest of the bowls of Poi as the vendor spoke)

  • Vendor: We are making this special batch as an offering.
  • Fred Jones: An offering to who?
  • Vendor: Uh...

(The other woman glared at here)

  • Vendor: Never mind. Please enjoy your stay. Aloha.

(She closes the stand)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Now, that's what I call an island retreat.
  • Daphne Blake: Even the locals seem to be really spooked.
  • Velma Dinkley: Maybe those surfers were right. There could be something weird going on.
  • Daphne Blake: I'll bet the Goha Aloha guy, Jared Moon, will know.

Scene 2

(At the other side of town, a man named Jared Moon is salling the Wiki Tiki charms to the people)

  • Jared Moon: Beware of Hawaii's most terrifying spirit the scourge of the Pacific. Get your Wiki Tiki charms now.

(He give the people the charms, and takes the boy's lolipop, gives him the charm, but eats part of the lolipop, and give it back to him)

  • Jared Moon: Don't wind up as a human sacrifice. Get your Wiki Tiki charms now. (Keeps getting money) That's it. Better safe than sorry. Folks, today only...
  • Velma Dinkley: This is your contact from Goha Aloha?
  • Fred Jones: Cool van. Not as styling as the Mystery Machine, of course.
  • Daphne Blake: Mr. Moon. I'm Daphne Blake. I was supposed to meet you.
  • Jared Moon: Oh, yeah. Right. The hot new Goha Aloha designer. The flavor du jour. Step into my office.
  • Daphne Blake: Your office?
  • Velma Dinkley: Um. Excuse me for saying so, but isn't it odd for a company rep to work out of a van down by the beach?
  • Jared Moon: Company car, sweetie. This little venture's something I'm doing on the side when I'm not moving and shaking with Goha Aloha. First thing you gotta learn about sales, sister: You gotta strike while the iron's hot. And these babies are H-O-T, hot.


  • Velma Dinkley: Boy, business is booming, huh?
  • Jared Moon: Are you kidding me? I can barely keep these babies in stock. Once I sell my last batch, I'm out of here. And if you know what's good for you, you'll do the same.
  • Fred Jones: What are these things?
  • Jared Moon: Charms. Talismans. To ward off the Wiki Tiki.
  • Velma Dinkley: What exactly is a Wiki Tiki?
  • Jared Moon: Everyone on the island knows the Wiki Tiki is an ancient spirit who dwells on Mount Pulanana.
  • Shaggy Rogers: An ancient spirit?
  • Jared Moon: He's said to be 10,000 years old, give or take a day. And he must be appeased with a human sacrifice.
  • Fred Jones: Human sacrifice?
  • Manu Tuiama: I'm afraid so. Legend has it that long ago the people of this island would appease the Wiki Tiki by sacrificing one of their own into the volcano.
  • Fred Jones: Wait a minute! I recognize you from Surf Rider Magazine. You're Manu Tuiama, the big kahuna of Hanahuna. Wow!
  • Manu Tuiama: Surfing's not that important to me right now.
  • Little Jim: Yeah. How would you feel if your girlfriend had been kidnapped and was about to be thrown into a volcano?

(Manu glares at him)

  • Little Jim: Oh, sorry. But it's true. The Wiki Tiki sent its evil tikis as a warning. They came, and they took Snookie.
  • Daphne Blake: Are you sure she was kidnapped?
  • Little Jim: Well, Snooki's no rocket scientist, but she definitely knows her way around the island.
  • Molly Quinn: Now, Manu, Jared, Little Jim, if you keep up this silly Wiki Tiki local-legend talk of yours, you're bound to scare off these nice kids. Let me assure you, Hanahuna is 100 percent safe. You're more likely to get struck by lightning than become some silly sacrifice.


  • Molly Quinn: Oh!


  • Little Jim: I still say you should ban mainlanders from the surfing contest.
  • Molly Quinn: Now, now. You kids know that as your duly elected mayor who got 51 percent of the votes I have opened the contest to include everyone this year.
  • Manu Tuiama: Yeah, and now Snooki's going to be sacrificed to the tiki spirit.
  • Molly Quinn: Oh, Manu. You and your colorful island stories. Tiki spirits, sacrifices. What an imagination. I'm sure that you've heard that Hanahuna scored an eight on the island charm-o-meter. The charm-o-meter was my idea, you know.
  • Daphne Blake: Well, this tiki terror doesn't sound too charming.
  • Manu Tuiama: You don't get it. None of you do. This isn't some kind of joke. My Snooki's gone, and now we're all in danger.

(Manu leaves angrily)

  • Little Jim: Manu is right. We must not ignore the warnings of the great and mighty Wiki Tiki. (leaves) Manu! Wait up!
  • Daphne Blake: Oh, poor Manu.
  • Molly Quinn: Look, another rainbow. It's a paradise here in Hanahuna, isn't it?
  • Velma Dinkley: If it's such a paradise, then why is everyone leaving?
  • Fred Jones: Yeah. They sure seem scared of something.
  • Jared Moon: Terrified is more like it. And who wouldn't be terrified of the horrible Wiki Tiki?


  • Molly Quinn: But I do hope you'll stay for tonight's festivities.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, if it's all right with you, we'd rather not be human sacrifices.=
  • Velma Dinkley: What kind of festivities?
  • Molly Quinn: Local realtors are sponsoring a wingding with some entertainment and free food.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, you just said the magic words.
  • Fred Jones: Well, gang, it looks like we've got another mystery on our hands. And this time it's tiki-style.

Scene 3

(Later that we see a fire dancer scream and does fire dancing)

  • Tourists: Whoa.


  • Velma Dinkley: Free food. Hmm. I wonder what the catch is.
  • Reuben Laluna: There's no catch. It's just my little way of saying welcome. And there's entertainment too.

(He shows three hula girls hula dancing as Fred smiles then Reuben comes to Fred with a pamphlet)

  • Reuben Laluna: And a short presentation of an incredible real estate opportunity, Of course.
  • Velma Dinkley: Of course. (The two kids bumb Velma) Hey!

(They continue to run happily and Reuben got them.)

  • Reuben Laluna: And the kiddies won't wanna miss seeing our Mount Pulanana dessert, erupt with guava lava ice cream.

(Shaggy and Scooby get excited and they see the dessert)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Oh boy.

(They run to get it but Reuben stops them)

  • Reuben Laluna: Uh-uh. Not yet. It's time to limbo!


  • Reuben Laluna: How low can you go?


  • Reuben Laluna: Now, that's low.


  • Molly Quinn: Wow, that's really low. We have a winner!


  • Molly Quinn: Don't you just love all this local island charm? Smile, now. People love politicians who love doggies.


  • Fred Jones: What's he saying?
  • Manu Tuiama: He's singing to the Wiki Tiki, begging him to spare Snookie.
  • Velma Dinkley: Has anyone actually seen this Wiki Tiki?
  • Manu Tuiama: You don't have to see him to know he exists.
  • Little Jim: Or to know that he's plenty angry.
  • Velma Dinkley: But why would the spirit be so angry? And at whom?
  • Little Jim: He's angry at the mainlanders for surfing our waves. That's whom. And maybe he's angry at those, who would spoil the island for their own personal gain.
  • Manu Tuiama: This isn't the first time the Wiki Tiki has spoken.
  • Velma Dinkley: What do you mean?
  • Manu Tuiama: In 1815, the Portuguese ship El Guerrero anchored off our shores. (A flashback starts, as Manu tells the story)They came to discover new lands,but didn't realize, that their presence on our island would upset the tiki spirits.


  • Manu Tuiama: The moment the sailors set foot on the beach, the Wiki Tiki became enraged.


  • Manu Tuiama: And Mount Pulanana erupted.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Hey, I sure don't see any guava lava ice cream.
  • Velma Dinkley: An invasion is one thing, but a surfing contest is quite another.
  • Daphne Blake: I'd say this is one hypersensitive spirit.
  • Reuben Laluna: Good evening, folks. I'm your host, Ruben Laluna of Laluna Realty. Do you ever dream of having your own piece of paradise? Well, folks, that dream can be a reality. I want you all to take a moment and imagine yourself as part owner in the soon-to-be-constructed Coconut Beach Condominiums. Laluna Realty is changing the face of Hanahuna Bay. Nice, huh?


  • Tourist: What's happening?


  • Reuben Laluna: People. People. No worries. Don't panic.
  • Velma Dinkley: A unique perspective, considering a volcano has just exhibited characteristics of a stage-four eruption.
  • Reuben Laluna: Uh...
  • Molly Quinn: Ruben's right. That volcano is completely dormant. It says so in all our island brochures.


  • Reuben Laluna: Folks, you don't get that back in Kansas. Now, that is a mountain view.

(And spear has been thrown and out of the shadow, are the little creatures)

  • Woman: It's those horrid little Wiki Tikis again.

(The tourist run for their lives.)

  • Daphne Blake: Oh no! Manu was right!
  • Reuben Laluna: But I have more slides.
  • Molly Quinn: Oh, my. Oh, dear. This is not happening. You with the video camera, turn that off. I can't have the media getting wind of this.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, why aren't you're legs moving, man!? Run!
  • Fred Jones: What on Earth are those things?


  • Shaggy Rogers: I don't know, and I don't want to find out.


(Then, Shaggy and Scooby are running until they see the ice cream come out of the volcano, and they eat the ice cream, as the tiki monsters jump down to get them, but they run into the box of fruit to hide. ???. Fred is running as the tikis chase him, and then Fred was standing on the hot coals, and jumps in burning mode.)

  • Fred Jones: Oh! Oh! Ah! Hot! Hot!


  • Daphne Blake: Hey! Put me down, you freaky tikis.
  • Fred Jones: Hey!


  • Ruben Laluna: Those blasted Wiki Tikis are scaring everyone away.
  • Molly Quinn: Now, now, Ruben, like you said before, let's not panic.
  • Ruben Laluna: But people are moving out, not in. Real estate values are falling faster than a lead balloon. I'm ruined.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Boy, that really puts the "ow" in "luau."
  • Fred Jones: Are you okay?
  • Daphne Blake: I'm fine, I think. But look at this. One of them dropped something.
  • Manu Tuiama: It's Snooki's puka shell necklace.
  • Daphne Blake: So those tiki thingies do have Snooki.
  • Manu Tuiama: Those are called "Hahona Lohavas." They are spirits that serve their master, the powerful Wiki Tiki spirit.
  • Little Jim: This is what we were talking about. Now do you believe us?


  • Fred Jones: If we're gonna find Snooki, we're gonna have to find this Wiki Tiki.


  • Velma Dinkley: This isn't adding up. I don't get it. Why would an ancient volcano spirit care about a surfing contest?

(Shaggy and Scooby pop out of the canoe, scared)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Do you really think the Wiki Tiki's got her?
  • Velma Dinkley: I don't know.
  • Daphne Blake: How are we going to find this tiki terror?
  • Fred Jones: Maybe we can get him to find us. I figure the best way is for me to join the surfing contest.
  • Velma Dinkley: But, Fred, you don't surf.

(Fred then accidentally knocks the surfboards, making the surfers angry)

  • Daphne Blake: Well, lucky one of us does.

Scene 4

(The next day we see a foot with pink nail polish and it was Daphne)

  • Daphne Blake: Good thing I got a power pedicure for this practice run.

(She continues to surf when her picture is taken, and we go to Velma on a boat)

  • Velma Dinkley: No sign of him so far. How about you, Fred?
  • Fred Jones: Not yet. How about you, Shaggy? Seen anything?
  • Shaggy Rogers: No sign of any spooky spirits here. So far, so good. Over and out. There's nothing like Hawaiian shaved ice, huh, old buddy?

(They hear a noise)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Whoa, excuse yourself, Scoob.
  • Scooby-Doo: Who, me?

(Then they hear a sound and the shadow appears, and they mistakes it as the Wiki Tiki)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, it's time to skedaddle, Scoob. It's the Wiki Tiki!

(They get on a surfboard and puddle away)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Faster, Scoob!

(Scooby paddles faster.)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Now, that's what I call dog paddling. I think we lost him, Scoob.

(That roar of the Wiki Tiki turned out to be a boar coming out of the bushes)

  • Shaggy Rogers: False alarm. But as long as we're out here, what do you say we catch some wave-a-ree-no?

(They begin to surf)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Look, Scoob! I'm hanging 10!
  • Scooby-Doo: Shaggy, me too!
  • Shaggy Rogers: Oh, man! Like, you're hanging 20!

(They continue to surf as they couldn't find the Wiki Tiki)

  • Fred Jones: There's still no sign of him. The sun's going down. We better call it a day.
  • Velma Dinkley: You're right. I don't see any sign of him either. How about you, Shaggy? Shaggy.

(A menasing roar was hear and out of the wave came out the Wiki Tiki)

  • Shaggy Rogers: It's the Wi-wi-wi!
  • Scooby-Doo: Wiki Tiki!


  • Velma Dinkley: Say cheese.


  • Daphne Blake: Where'd he go?
  • Fred Jones: I don't know. He just disappeared.
  • Velma Dinkley: He's gotta be here somewhere.


  • Daphne Blake: There's something familiar about this tricky tiki but I can't put my finger on it.
  • Fred Jones: Well, we can't stand by and just let this Wiki Tiki terrorize Hanahuna. There must be a way to track him down.
  • Velma Dinkley: Come on, gang. Let's go back to the hotel.

(They went away from the waterfall to go back to the hotel)

Scene 5


  • Fred Jones: Hey, look, a note. "Begone." Must be some kind of weird Hawaiian word. I wonder what it means.
  • Daphne Blake: It's "begone," as in "scram," "beat it" or "leave."
  • Shaggy Rogers: Good thinking.
  • Velma Dinkley: By the looks of the ancient Hawaiian markings on this spear, my guess is it's from our friendly neighborhood Wiki Tiki spirit.
  • Daphne Blake: It's a warning.
  • Fred Jones: Or a threat!
  • Shaggy Rogers: Consider us warned. I say let's get the heck out of here!
  • Scooby: Yeah.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Yikes! It's him! It's the Wiki Tiki!


  • Molly Quinn: Why, aloha. I see you kids are enjoying yourselves on our little island paradise.
  • Daphne Blake: Um, I guess so. Except for one little problem.
  • Shaggy Rogers: That's, like, not so little.
  • Molly Quinn: Oh, okay, I know! It's horrible, simply horrible. Somebody's got to do something, and soon or our little town is going to go right from the 10-best to the 10-worst list. And I'll have to go back to selling shoes.
  • Daphne Blake: Shoes? Well, at least it's not all bad.
  • Fred Jones: There must be some way we can find out more about the Wiki Tiki.
  • Molly Quinn: Would you stop saying "Wiki Tiki"? "Wiki Tiki" this and "Wiki Tiki" that. It's driving me crazy!
  • Fred Jones: Sorry.
  • Manu Tuiama: You could go see Auntie Mahina. Some say she's lived on the rainy side of the island for over a hundred years.
  • Little Jim: She's a medicine woman. A jungle visionary. It's said that she knows most and sees most.
  • Molly Quinn: Dollars to doughnuts, she'll know something about the Wiki Tiki.
  • Daphne Blake: If this Auntie Mahina can help us learn more about the Wiki Tiki we'd sure like to meet her.
  • Manu Tuiama: That won't be easy. She's very mysterious. Very reclusive and lives in the deepest, darkest jungle. She doesn't like to be disturbed.
  • Shaggy Rogers: If it's the same to you Scooby and I'll stay here and keep watch.
  • Little Jim: But she does make one mean macadamia-nut pie.

(Shaggy and Scooby changed their minds)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Well, on second thought.
  • Fred Jones: Manu, could you take us to her?
  • Manu Tuiama: I can't make any promises, but I'll do what I can.

Scene 6

(In the morning, the gang ride in a rental car to go to Auntie Mahina's place)

  • Manu Tuiama: Great rental, Fred. But I'm not sure about the colors.
  • Fred Jones: Works for me.

(Shaggy and Scooby are in the back set, as Shaggy plays the guitar)

  • Manu Tuiama: I really appreciate all you're doing to help me find Snookie, especially given the danger.
  • Fred Jones: Danger is my middle name.
  • Velma Dinkley: I thought it was Herman.

(Everyone bursts out laughing uproariously as Fred is sulking)

  • Velma Dinkley: You know, it seems to me that there are at least two people who could possibly benefit from the Wiki Tiki.
  • Fred Jones: Well, that Jared Moon guy sure is making a killing selling charms.
  • Velma Dinkley: What about that realtor, Ruben Laluna? If he has his sights set on acquiring property, what better way than to scare people, so they sell?
  • Manu Tuiama: Turn right. Up there.
  • Daphne Blake: But there's no road.
  • Manu Tuiama: We can't let that stop us.
  • Fred Jones: All right, everybody. Hold on to your hats!


  • Shaggy Rogers: This jungle-trekking is making me hungry.
  • Velma Dinkley: Everything makes you hungry.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Wow. Now that I think of it, you're right. And that reminds me, I'm starving.

(He sees a mango)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Hmm. A mango.

(He and Scooby started eating the mango from the trees, and then Scooby accidentally takes a lizard)

  • Scooby-Doo: Yummy.

(Then the lizard hissed at Scooby_

  • Shaggy Rogers: Big, ugly lizard!


  • Shaggy Rogers: Same to you, pal.


  • Manu Tuiama: This is it. We walk from here.


  • Fred Jones: How much further?
  • Manu Tuiama: Auntie Mahina lives at the base of Monkey Mountain, just north of here.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Man, like, this would be one horrible place to get lost in.
  • Manu Tuiama: No problem. You're not gonna get lost as long as I'm around.

(Then he hears a sound from the bushes)

  • Manu Tuiama: Shh! Did you hear that?
  • Fred Jones: Hear what?

(Shaggy and Scooby got scared)

  • Manu Tuiama: It's him.
  • Shaggy Rogers: You mean?
  • Manu Tuiama: Yes. The Wiki Tiki. Run!


  • Shaggy Rogers: ​​​​​​​The tiki!

(They continued running as Manu stopped)

  • Fred Jones: Hey, what are you doing?
  • Manu Tuiama: Keep going! I'm going to do what has to be done and get my Snooki.


  • Daphne Blake: ​​​​​​​Manu, no! You can't go alone.

(They go back to find Manu, until they hear him scream and then a menacing roar, and they run to Manu's location)

  • Fred Jones: Manu!


  • Daphne Blake: Manu?


  • Daphne Blake: He's gone.
  • Fred Jones: It looks like the Wiki Tiki took him. Just like Snookie.
  • Shaggy Rogers: ​​​​​​​Can we go back to the hotel now?
  • Daphne Blake: We've got to try and find Manu.
  • Fred Jones: And Snooki.
  • Shaggy Rogers: ​​​​​​​I was afraid you were gonna say that.
  • Velma Dinkley: The question is, how are we going to find him? This jungle is just too dense.
  • Fred Jones: Hey, I'll bet Auntie Mahina will know.
  • Velma Dinkley: Manu said she was just north of here, but which way is north?
  • Daphne Blake: Easy.
  • Fred Jones: Uh, Daphne, what are you doing?
  • Daphne Blake: ​​​​​​​I'm checking my hair.
  • Velma Dinkley: Not to be the master of the obvious, but, Daphne, you always check your hair.
  • Daphne Blake: No, silly. I'm seeing which way it blows. I can tell which way the wind is coming from. Since the prevailing winds are from the north here, that means north is that way.
  • Shaggy Rogers: ​​​​​​​Wow.

(They go north)

Scene 7

(They continue to walk across the forest, until they come across a bridge.)

  • Fred Jones: I think it'll hold if we go one at a time. I'll go first.
  • Shaggy Rogers: If you insist.

(Fred walks on the bridge ato see if it's save)

  • Fred Jones: Nothing to it. Come on.
  • Velma Dinkley: After you.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Okay. Heads, you go first. Tails, we go second. (He flips the coin) Heads it is. You go first.
  • Velma Dinkley: I suppose it would be useless to point out your lapse in logic, so I'll just go.

(She goes across the bridge, and then made it.)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Come on, Scoob, a deal's a deal.

(Scooby holds to Shaggy’s leg, as Shaggy kicks him off)

  • Scooby-Doo: Shaggy!

(That, caused Scooby bounces across the bridge)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Don't worry old buddy, I'm coming!


  • Shaggy Rogers: Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!


  • Daphne Blake: Are you two almost done?


  • Fred Jones: Hold on, Daphne!
  • Daphne Blake: Trust me, I wasn't even thinking of letting go!


  • Fred Jones: Hey, neat trick, Daphne.

(Daphne finally made it to the top)

  • Daphne Blake: Dental floss, don't leave home without it.
  • Fred Jones: Now which way do we go?

(Scooby then smells something in the air)

  • Shaggy Rogers: What is it, Scooby? Like, what do you smell?

(Scooby air draws a picture of a pie, and eats it)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Auntie Mahina's macadamia-nut pie?
  • Scooby-Doo: Yeah.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Well, lead the way, old buddy.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Man, that's one loud snore.
  • Daphne Blake: That's one loud muumuu.
  • Velma Dinkley: She's a shaman. She's supposed to be eccentric.
  • Fred Jones: Uh? Auntie Mahina?

(Then Auntie Mahina wakes up)

  • Auntie Mahina: Huh? Oh, well, aloha, children. How kind of you to visit me in my loneliness. What can Auntie Mahina do for you?
  • Velma Dinkley: We wanted to talk to you about the Wiki Tiki.
  • Auntie Mahina: The Wiki Tiki?


  • Fred Jones: Uh... Okay. Anyway, Manu Tuiama was bringing us here, when he was kidnapped by the Wiki Tiki.
  • Auntie Mahina: The Wiki Tiki took Manu?
  • Fred Jones: And Snookie.
  • Auntie Mahina: Mmm. Are you sure?
  • Velma Dinkley: Do you know what's happened to them?
  • Auntie Mahina: For this, I must consult the bones. Come.


  • Auntie Mahina: The Wiki Tiki is angry.
  • Velma Dinkley: Why would the Wiki Tiki be angry? It doesn't make sense for an ancient spirit to go to this trouble over a surf contest.
  • Auntie Mahina: It is not just a surfing contest! The Big Kahuna of Hanahuna must be born of Hawaiian blood. Ancients rode longboards into the wind, crashing waves, always Hawaiian blood.
  • Velma Dinkley: She's right. Surfing was invented in Hawaii.
  • Auntie Mahina: Yes, child. We called it "he'e nalu," or wave-sliding. The Wiki Tiki believes, that the mainlanders have come to ruin the island. The Wiki Tiki will have vengeance!


  • Shaggy Rogers: Man, I wish she wouldn't do that.
  • Auntie Mahina: If the ancient mythology is true, the Wiki Tiki will sacrifice Manu and Snookie, by throwing them into the volcano.
  • Daphne Blake: Oh, no!
  • Fred Jones: We've gotta climb there and stop him.
  • Auntie Mahina: You must go and find the entrance to his lair and enter through the mountain.
  • Shaggy Rogers: You mean, like, through spooky caves and stuff?
  • Auntie Mahina: Yes, through spooky caves and stuff.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Great.
  • Auntie Mahina: Now, go! You must face him with courage in your hearts. And take this. It is filled with the extract from the bolan gawana root. The ancients used it to repel spirits. It's the only thing that works!
  • Fred Jones: Thanks for your help.
  • Shaggy Rogers: We thought we smelled a macadamia-nut pie. Did you happen to bake one today?
  • Auntie Mahina: Why, yes child. I did.
  • Scooby-Doo: Oh boy. Oh boy. Oh boy. (She shows them an empty pie tin)
  • Auntie Mahina: And I must say it was delicious (She laughs as Scooby and Shaggy faint)
  • Fred Jones: Can you tell us, how to get out of here?
  • Auntie Mahina: Sure, just take the main road. Right over there.
  • Velma Dinkley: Thats strange. I wonder why we had to take the long way to get here.

(But to town, the people of Hanahuna are leaving the town)

  • Reuben Laluna: People, people, be reasonable. This is no time to be running scared.
  • Hawaiian dude: I won't stick around and risk becoming a human sacrifice. This is a perfectly logical time to run scared.

(He drives away)

  • Reuben Laluna: Oh... It's over for me.

(He goes inside, his office and switched the sign to "We're closed". And we cut to Town Hall)

  • Molly Quinn: As your elected mayor of the funnest little town in Hawaii, I assure you we are doing everything in our power to make sure Hanahuna remains safe and secure for tomorrow's surfing contest, which will proceed as planned. To help calm everyone down, I have some "Vote Molly" buttons, which I think are darling.

(Then Mystery inc arrived)

  • Little Jim: Where's Manu?
  • Fred Jones: He was kidnapped…
  • Little Jim: Kidnapped? By who?
  • Fred Jones: We didn’t actually see what it was, but…
  • Little Jim: It was the Wiki Tiki, wasn't it!? The Wiki Tiki has Manu!

(Everyone gasped)

  • Molly Quinn: Now, now. People aloha, lets not overreact. Just simmer down. Here everyone take a button. Did I mention they are free?
  • Little Jim: We warned you! And now look whats happen? You must banned mainlanders from the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest.
  • Molly Quinn: Oh, now, Little Jim, you know I can't do that.
  • Little Jim: You are responsible for Manu and Snookie... ...and whatever happens tomorrow will be your fault too.

(He leaves)

  • Molly Quinn: Uh... Uh... Oh... Oh, my. What am I going to do? I was going to run for governor. If this keeps up... ...I couldn't be elected tollbooth operator.
  • Daphne Blake: Don't worry, we'll do everything we can to save Manu and Snookie.
  • Fred Jones: Daphne's right. And since the contest is tomorrow we've got no time to lose. Come on, gang. We've gotta track down that Tiki.

Scene 8

(At the mountains)

  • Fred Jones: Okay, we all saw the Wiki Tiki enter the lagoon and then disappear.
  • Daphne Blake: So the entrance to his lair has got to be here somewhere.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Like, I vote we bag this and just hang around the hotel until the all-you-can-eat buffet opens.
  • Fred Jones: Come on, Shaggy, where's your sense of adventure?
  • Shaggy Rogers: Back at the hotel.

(They continue to search for the lair of the Wiki Tiki)

  • Daphne Blake: We have to find the Wiki Tiki before the contest tomorrow.
  • Fred Jones: Hey, wait a minute. I'll bet the entrance to the Wiki Tiki's lair is hidden behind that waterfall.
  • Velma Dinkley: Hmm. Obvious, yet highly effective if you're right.


  • Shaggy Rogers: There's nothing here, but rocks, rocks, and more rocks.
  • Fred Jones: Yeah, you're right.

(Daphne steps on a rock and falls over a hidden door)

  • Fred Jones: Let's get out of here.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, okay.
  • Daphne Blake: Jeepers! I found it.
  • Velma Dinkley: The entrance to the lair of the Wiki Tiki.
  • Fred Jones: Way to go, Daphne. You found our ticket in.

(They enter)

  • Shaggy Rogers: I just hope it's not a one-way ticket.

(They walk through the cave, when Shaggy and Scooby looked at the curved pictures, an then they see a curving of people falling into a totem's mouth, that scared them, and they bumped into a a skeleton which tries to fall on them, and they run to the gang.)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Fred, could I make a suggestion?
  • Fred Jones: Let me guess. You wanna leave and never come back
  • Shaggy Rogers: Wow, groovy. It's like you read my mind.
  • Fred Jones: Now, everyone stick together.

(Scooby sees something on the ceiling and gets scared)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Scooby-Doo?
  • Scooby-Doo: Rats.
  • Shaggy Rogers: "Rats?"
  • Velma Dinkley: Uh-oh. Pteropus. Otherwise known as bats.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Don't worry Scoob. They can't even see us. Haven't you ever heard the expression "blind as a bat"?
  • Velma Dinkley: Actually, most bats see will, but depend on echo location to navigate in the dark.
  • Fred Jones: Look, over there. That looks like a way out of this bat cave. Let's go.
  • Velma Dinkley: Okay. But we've gotta be very quiet. Any loud noises or vibrations could spook them.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Shh.
  • Scooby-Doo: Shh.


  • Fred Jones: Run!


  • Shaggy Rogers: Yuck! Any more of that and I'd have gone batty.

(But one was on him, and it kissed him on the nose, as Shaggy starts freaking out.)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Get off, get off, get off!


  • Fred Jones: If the Wiki Tiki spirit is angry at mainlanders, why not kidnap one of them to sacrifice?
  • Daphne Blake: Yeah, why take locals like Manu and Snookie?
  • Velma Dinkley: Maybe the whole point is to teach the locals a lesson.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Maybe he doesn't care who he kidnaps as long as he's got a sacrifice. Like, he might even go for a dog.


  • Fred Jones. Guys, whatever you do, don't look down.

(Shaggy and Scooby looked down, and they got scared)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Zoinks!
  • Fred Jones: Well, I told you not to look down.


  • Daphne Blake: Well, looks like going back is definitely out of the question.
  • Fred Jones: Okay, everybody. Just be careful and keep moving.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Wow. Like, it's a steam bath in here.
  • Velma Dinkley: There must be an underground river. Combining that cold water with the hot air from the volcano's core creates this steam.

(Fred found some curved steps)

  • Fred Jones: Look over here.


  • Daphne Blake: Imagine how long it must've taken to carve these steps into this stone.
  • Velma Dinkley: They've had plenty of time. I read the first Hawaiian people may have arrived here as early as 700 A.D.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Hey, man. Where's the elevator in this joint?


  • Shaggy Rogers: Do you guys, like, hear that?
  • Fred Jones: It's coming from up there.

(They still hear the noise)

  • Daphne Blake: No. It's coming from down there.

(Again, they still hear the noise getting closer)

  • Velma Dinkley: If I'm not mistaken, it's coming from both directions.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Man, these creepy tikis are everywhere!
  • Velma Dinkley: The logical thing to do would be run!


  • Shaggy Rogers: We're doomed! DOOMED!!


  • Shaggy Rogers: Hey, Scooby found a way out.


Scene 9

  • Velma Dinkley: Look at these carvings. (observes the carvings) They're beautiful.
  • Fred Jones: If Auntie Mahina was right, we're not far from the Wiki Tiki's sacrificial altar.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Okay, maybe it's, like, time to rethink this whole thing.
  • Fred Jones: We can't turn back now. Come on. This way.


  • Fred Jones: Snookie.

(She sees them but then screams and she runs runs away)

  • Fred Jones: Snookie, wait!
  • Daphne Blake: The poor thing is terrified.
  • Fred Jones: We've gotta save her.

(They go after her, until the Wiki-Tiki showed up and blocks their way)

  • Fred Jones: Stay back!

(But it didn't do it, as it roars and jumped toward the gang)

  • Fred Jones: Or not.


  • Fred Jones: I got a plan. Shaggy, we need you and Scooby to distract the Wiki Tiki!
  • Shaggy Rogers: What?! Are you crazy?! (looks out there) Like, no way man! Nah-uh! We're not going to be Wiki Tiki bait, and that's final!
  • Velma Dinkley: Not even for a Scooby Snack?
  • Scooby-Doo: Uh-uh.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Nope.

(Velma shows a box of Scooby Snax but with macadamia nuts)

  • Velma Dinkley: How about a macadamia-flavored Scooby Snack.

(Now, Shaggy and Scooby think about it. And we go to the Wiki Tiki roaring until Shaggy and Scooby comes out in their Hawaiian outfit with a ukelele)

  • Shaggy Rogers: (singing) On a moonlit night The time is right. For some kissing and hugging In Hawaii And if you treat me right. On this moonlit night We'll be smooching and cooching In Hawaii.


  • Fred Jones: Snookie, are you okay? We've gotta find Manu and get out of here.


  • Snooki Waeawa: (gasps) Follow me.


  • Fred Jones: Let's get out of here! (panics) Run!


  • Velma Dinkley: Hmm.


  • Fred Jones: Snookie, I'm glad to see you're okay.
  • Snooki Waeawa: I barely escaped. But that thing still has Manu.


  • Daphne Blake: Where are you leading us?
  • Snooki Waeawa: Just follow me and hurry. This way, in here.


  • Fred Jones: Hey. Let go of her!

(But the Wiki Tiki grabs Snookie and gone into the dark)

  • Snooki Waeawa: Help!


  • Fred Jones: How are we gonna save Snookie now? This amulet that Auntie Mahina gave us doesn't work.
  • Velma Dinkley: Yeah, if you ask me, there's something funny about this whole setup.
  • Fred Jones: Let's try and find a way out of here. It looks like we took a wrong turn.
  • Shaggy Rogers: Oh, man. It's a snake-pit cave.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Snakes. I hate snakes.
  • Daphne Blake: By the looks of it, they're not exactly fond of you either.
  • Fred Jones: If we could just get past those snakes, we could reach those roots and pull ourselves out.
  • Daphne Blake: Yeah. But there's no possible way to get past that swarm of slithery serpents.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Scooby-Doo, come on!
  • Fred Jones: Come on, Shaggy. Grab onto a root!
  • Shaggy Rogers: Roger that.


  • Shaggy Rogers: Sorry, won't happen again. (climbs up the root and made it) Whew! Boy, Scoob, that snake pit is, like, the pits.

(They hear the Wiki Tiki roar)

  • Fred Jones: Let's get out of here.


Scene 10


  • Velma Dinkley: Where are we?
  • Fred Jones: How will we find Snookie and Manu now?


  • Fred Jones: This has gotta lead somewhere.

(He puts the touch on the holder, which causes a a secret door to open, and they see a pile of Hahona Lohavas, scaring them nearly to death)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Shh. You'll wake them up, they're sleeping.

(They enter the room, seeing it is filled with robotic stuff)

  • Fred Jones: Wow, check it out!
  • Daphne Blake: This is hardly what I call ancient Hawaiian decor.


  • Velma Dinkley: They're not sleeping, they're just turned off.


  • Hahona Lohavas: Wiki Tiki! Wiki Tiki!
  • Daphne Blake: Gosh, they're nothing but little robots.
  • Velma Dinkley: Hmm. Yes. And very sophisticated robots at that.

(She turned off the robots)

  • Fred Jones: Hey, look at this.

(They see a metal pucket on the mountain walls)

  • Fred Jones: I wonder what this does.

(He pulls the lever, and water is poured down into the lava and it evaporated into water vapor)

  • Velma Dinkley: Guys, I think we're looking at the heart of the Mount Pulanana volcano.
  • Fred Jones: So it's not smoke coming out of that mountain after all. It's just steam that someone's been manipulating for effect.
  • Daphne Blake: So that's the secret to the Wiki Tiki: Smoke signals.
  • Velma Dinkley: And I'll tell you another thing. That Wiki Tiki can't be ancient.
  • Fred Jones: How do you know?
  • Velma Dinkley: Why would a 10,000-year-old spirit, be riding a Goha Aloha surfboard?
  • Daphne Blake: Because he's got good taste?
  • Velma Dinkley: Maybe. Or maybe it's because he's not 10,O00 years old. (She takes out her camera and shows the Wiki Tiki using the same surf board he used) Take a look at this. It's the same surfboard the Wiki Tiki used.
  • Shaggy Rogers: That's one tricky tiki.
  • Velma Dinkley: This entire Wiki Tiki volcano-blowing thing is just a hoax to scare the heck out of everyone in Hanahuna Bay.
  • Daphne Blake: Today's the surfing contest, and I have a hunch Mr. Wiki Tiki won't be able to resist making an appearance.
  • Fred Jones: Well, there's our way out. Come on, gang, let's get out of here. It's time to catch the big one.

(They climb up the ladder towards the exit of the mountain)

Scene 11


  • Molly Quinn: Aloha. And welcome, everyone to the fourth annual Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest. What a beautiful day for it. Don't you agree? Oh.
  • Surfer: Dude, that mountain of yours can smoke all it wants. I am still gonna smoke all comers, if you catch my drift.
  • Little Jim: I think it's time to stop talking the talk and start walking the walk, dude.


  • Fred Jones: Does everyone know the plan? Well, gang, ready for a surfing safari?
  • Daphne Blake: Ready to shred, Fred.
  • Fred Jones: Good luck.


  • People: Yeah! All right! Good job!


  • Molly Quinn: Isn't this lovely? Isn't this just hunky-dory? Absolutely no worries. I hope you'll all remember what a fun time we had here come election day. Now, let's all try and enjoy the...


  • Surfer: Whoa! Peace out, dude!


  • Little Jim: Are you okay?
  • Surfer: Yeah. Thanks.


  • Fred Jones: All right, gang, this is it. When the going gets tough, what do we do?
  • Shaggy Rogers: Bury our heads in the sand?


Scene 12

  • Shaggy Rogers: Hey Scooby-Doo, you'd wasted the Wiki Tiki! You were like totally radical, Scoob.


  • Fred Jones: Way to go, Scooby!
  • Daphne Blake: Now the question is: Who is the Wiki TIki?
  • Fred Jones: I think it's Ruben Laluna.
  • Shaggy Rogers: How about that weirdo, Jared Moon?
  • Daphne Blake: If you ask me, it's that color-clashing Auntie Mahina.
  • Velma Dinkley: All very educated guesses, but all incorrect. Did anybody happen to notice what a rad surfer the Wiki Tiki is? Ask yourselves one question: Who's the best surfer around these parts?

(Velma unmasks the Wiki Tiki, revealing to be Manu)

  • Everyone: Manu?
  • Snooki Waeawa: Manu!

(Everyone was shocked, and Snooki run to him)

  • Fred Jones: Snooki?
  • Snooki Waeawa: Manu, baby are you alright?
  • Velma Dinkley: Manu wasn't kidnapped. He only wanted us to think he was kidnapped. To discourage us from solving the mystery, Manu faked his own kidnapping.

(The flashback starts in the jungle)

  • Velma Dinkley: You were right about it being a real estate scam, Fred. But it wasn't Ruben. It was Manu and Snooki doing the scamming. Manu knew all the local legends and was pretending to be the Wiki Tiki in order to scare off the locals and buy their homes for pennies on the dollar. I checked the county registrar online, and all the properties sold recently were bought by Pamela Waeewa a.k.a. Snooki.

(Another flashback, with the Tiki spirits attacking the people, with Snooki controlling them)

  • Velma Dinkley: Who also happens to have degrees in rocket science and robotics.

(Back to the gang)

  • Fred Jones: So she is a rocket scientist.
  • Daphne Blake: Until she decided to team up with her boyfriend for this little scam.

(Little Jim arrives)

  • Little Jim: Manu, how could you do this to your own people?
  • Manu Tuiama: Sorry, Little Jim. I needed the dough. Being the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna doesn't exactly bring in the big bucks.
  • Snooki Waeawa: All Manu and I have ever wanted to do was surf. We were gonna make a killing on the property.
  • Manu Tuiama: Yeah, and then rake in the dough and ride the waves into our golden years. And our plan would have worked if not for you meddling mainlanders.
  • Fred Jones: Sorry, Manu. But it looks like you're gonna be kicking back plenty behind bars.
  • Manu Tuiama: Well, at least I'm still the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna. No one can take that away from me.
  • Molly Quinn: Not so fast, Manu.

(Molly shows up with the trophy)

  • Molly Quinn: As mayor of this fine town, I am proud to announce that this year's trophy for the Big Kahuna of Hanahuna Surfing Contest goes to... Scooby-Doo.
  • Scooby-Doo: Who? Me?

(He gets the trophy)

  • Manu Tuiama: A dog? I lost to a dog? No way!

(Scooby does a hang loose pose as Manu and Snooki are taken away by the police)

  • Molly Quinn: And along with the trophy, our grand prize of... a year's supply of macadamia nuts!
  • Shaggy Rogers: Did you hear that, old buddy? Macadamia nuts.
  • Scooby-Doo: Yum-yum.

(Shaggy and Scooby eat the nuts)

  • Molly Quinn: I want to thank you for all you've done and to show our appreciation, I want to give you each a button. (she gives the hero each button) Oh, and invite you to tonight's luau.

(Shaggy and Scooby are surprised)

  • Shaggy Rogers: Did someone say "luau"?

Scene 13

(Later that night at the luau)

  • Molly Quinn: Thanks to you kids, Hanahuna Bay went up one notch on the charm-o-meter.
  • Ruben Laluna: All the property Manu and Snookie bought will be returned to the original owners. One other thing: If you ever want some beachfront property, here's my card. Look me up.
  • Fred Jones: Thanks, Mr. Laluna, we will.
  • Jared Moon: Good news, Daphne. The Goha Aloha company loved your designs and wants to buy them.
  • Daphne Blake: Gee, thanks, Jared.
  • Jared Moon: And I want you to have this, compliments of the house.
  • Daphne Blake: Wow, my very own tiki charm.
  • Auntie Mahina: Well done, kids. The real ancient spirits of Hawaii are in your debt.

Fred Jones: Uh, thanks, Auntie. But it was nothing. We were just doing what we do best.

  • Velma Dinkley: That would be meddling.

(They laugh until they hear a noise)

  • Mystery Inc. Gang: Huh?

(The Wiki Tikis try to attack everybody, but instead they dance to Aloha Oe as the gang finds Scooby Doo behind a coconut tree laughing playfully at the gang also the mystery gang bursts out laughing with him)

  • Scooby-Doo: Scooby-Dooby-Doo! Aloha!
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