Here is the transcript of Ash's Adventures of Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico.
Opening/Heading to Veracruz
(The films opens as we see a lake near a city called Veracruz, there was the Plaza where there was people and a mirachi band and we see a man playing the marimba and his son a toy marimba and with his chihuahua dancing and heard a sound from the alley and chases it)
Little Boy: Chiquita! (He run towards her and follows her, later a man is still playing but noticed his son is missing)
Alejo Otero: Jorge?! Jorge! Jorgito! (He runs off to find Jorge)
(Later, Chiquita follows the shadow through the alley and catches her breath at the pier she looks around and sees a light green glow and sees a monster while Jorge picks her up and sees the monster, they were frightened and ran off then Alejo picked them up)
Alejo Otero: El Chupacabra! (They ran away as fast they can and made it back to the Plaza and ran to tell the people) El Chupacabra! El Chupacabra! El Chupacabra!
(People heard about it and ran and scream and then at the tower the screen turns to black and a title says "Ash's Adventures of Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico" with green eyes going around the opening credits as the screen fades black)
Fred Jones (voice mail): Alright. You got mail!
Alejo Otero: (voice mail) Dear Fred, it is so peaceful and serene here in Mexico now that the rainy season has ended. I would love for you and your friends to enjoy a relaxing stay with my family here in Veracruz. It'll be great to finally meet my American pen pal.
Fred Jones: Sounds great. And I can practice my Spanish. (He types on his computer)
(Later we see an ad called "Ricky's" from a computer from Daphne's)
Daphne Blake (voice mail): Jeepers! You got mail!
(Then she checks her mail)
Fred Jones: I thought I can reach to your computer so what do you think?
Daphne Blake: Of course, I have to go to Mexico, yes. I I mean "si." Let's ask Velma.
(Later, Velma is looking at an ad about laser eye surgery)
Velma Dinkley (voice mail): Jinkies, you have mail.
(Then Velma looked at her mail)
Velma Dinkley: Mexico? The art, the mesuems, the pyramids. I'm there.
Fred Jones: Great! Let's check with the guys.
(Later we see inside a microwave is a pizza where it was open by Shaggy and Scooby)
Shaggy Rogers (voice mail): Zoinks! Like, you have mail.
(They go the computer, as Scooby ate all the pizza they'd fixed, as he goes back the computer, and then Shaggy looks at the email)
Shaggy Rogers: Mexico? Tomorrow? Like, let me check. What do we got, Scoob? Let's see. Daydreaming at 10, napping, snoozing, relaxing call. (laughs) Like, sorry, guys, looks like I'm booked.
Scooby-Doo: Reah, rooked.
(Shaggy and Scooby laughs)
Velma Dinkley: Do you realize we'll be there for the annual of the Day of the Dead celebration?
(Shaggy and Scooby got worried)
Shaggy Rogers: Like, what's that?
Velma Dinkley: A holiday in which family gather at the cemetery and celebrate their ancestors, who are allowed to come back to earth for two days.
(Shaggy and Scooby got scared)
Shaggy Rogers: C-c-c-cemetery? Sounds scary.
(Then Scooby hides in the dresser, as the scenes goes to Velma typing)
Velma Dinkley: Not at all, just a bunch of kids in costumes, lots of skeleton shaped cookies and candies.
Daphne Blake: Basically, it's nonstop eating.
Shaggy Rogers: Sounds like Halloween.
Velma Dinkley: Exactly.
Daphne Blake: So what do you say?
Shaggy Rogers: Can't talk now, guys. Like, Scoob and I got to pack.
(They go and pack the food, in the suitcase, and they close the suitcase)
Shaggy Rogers: Looks like that's everything.
(He goes off)
Shaggy Rogers: Like, what did I forget?
(Then, Scooby got the salsa)
Shaggy Rogers: Salsa.
(With Fred, Daphne and Velma)
Fred Jones: I think we should bring Ash and his friends. What do you think?
Daphne Blake: Good idea.
Velma Dinkley: Let’s tell them.
(Later at the Pokémon Center, we see Ash's friends as Ash comes in with his laptop)
Ash Ketchum: Hey guys, listen.
Serena: What is it, Ash?
Ash Ketchum: I got an e-mail from Fred and the gang. It says "Dear Ash, the gang and I are going to Mexico for the Day of the Dead festivities to see my pen pal, Alejo Otero and his family, and I was wondering if you and your friends can come with us tomorrow. It will be fun." "Sincerely, Fred." What do you guys think? Want to go to Mexico? We should take a break from training.
Misty: Mexico? Yes. I always wanted to go to Mexico. The salsa dancing, fiestas, the warm climate and the beaches.
Brock: And some beautiful Mexican girls!
Bonnie: I’m with you Brock.
Tracey Sketchit: It also has the famous arts. Painting by Frida Kahlo.
Max: Mexico also has great culture. Matadors, the pryamids, plazas, soccer, music and lucha libre. That means free style wrestling. And on Day of the Dead is where people gather in the cemetery to meet their ancestors for one night. There is also skeleton shaped cookies and candy there too.
May: Mexico even has tacos, burritos, enchiladas, tamales, nachos and quesadillas of the Mexican cuisines. I'm also in for the Day of the Dead cookies and candy.
Cilan: And the different kinds of salsas and peppers, too.
Mallow: All the foods there could help inspire me with ideas for my restaurant!
Lana: You're right about that, Mallow!
Sophocles: Yeah, I'd love to try the Mexican food, too!
Kiawe: Same here!
Dawn: That'll be fun! And not to mention the flowers, dresses, and the shoes.
Iris: I really want to go to Mexico!
Lillie: It'll be an adventure! Right, Snowy?
Bonnie: I wanna go! I wanna go!
Clemont: Okay, okay, just take it easy, Bonnie. And I wonder who's Alejo?
Ash Ketchum: You'll see, when we get to Mexico.
Serena: We could have fun in Mexico, Ash. It will be our awesome date! It would be "romantico".
Ash Ketchum: Yeah! Come on. Let's get packing! (They went to their rooms and packed their suitcases as he types) Yes, we're in.
(Later on the road, the Mystery Machine riding along with the gang and Ash and his friends where the background is playing Viva Mexico)
Meeting Alejo and his family/El Chupacabra story
(Later the Mystery Machine is heading towards to the small house and they arrived)
Shaggy Rogers: Are you sure this is the place?
(Fred checks the paper)
Fred Jones: Yep, this is it.
Shaggy Rogers: Looks a little...
Daphne Blake: Quaint?
Shaggy Rogers: Small.
(A door opens and reveals to be Alejo Otero)
Alejo Otero: Hola, mis amigos. Welcome to Mexico.
Everyone: Hey, how are you?
Clemont: So that's Alejo.
Alejo Otero: You must be Fred.
Fred Jones: That's right, and you must be Alejo. Let me introduce you to the gang and my friends. These are.....
Alejo Otero: No need. They are exactly what you describe, Daphne, Señor Scooby... (Scooby gives a grin) Is this Shaggy? (Shaggy smiles, too) He doesn't look like he can eat you out of house and home.
Fred Jones: He's got a high metabolism. (Alejo understood)
Alejo Otero: And who are these other friends of yours?
Brock: My name's Brock, and I'm a Pokémon breeder.
Misty: And I'm Misty, and my specialty is water Pokémon.
Ash Ketchum: My name's Ash Ketchum, and I'm trying to be a Pokémon master.
Ash Ketchum: Oh yeah, and this is Pikachu.
Tracey Sketchit: I'm Tracey Sketchit.
May: Hi, I'm May. And this is my little brother Max.
Dawn: My name's Dawn, and this is my partner Piplup.
Iris: I'm Iris, and this is my partner, Axew.
Cilan: And I'm Cilan, and I'm a Pokémon Connoisseur.
Serena: I'm Serena, and I'm Ash's girlfriend.
Bonnie: I'm Bonnie, and this is my big brother, Clemont and my cute little Pokémon, Dedenne.
Clemont: Hello there.
Sophocles: My name's Sophocles!
Lillie: I'm Lillie!
Kiawe: I'm Kiawe.
Mallow: My name's Mallow.
Lana: And I'm Lana.
Alejo Otero: Nice to meet you both. Are these kids always travel with you?
Fred Jones: They help us solve any mystery.
Ash Ketchum: Yeah, we help them with every mystery they have were there for them.
Alejo Otero: It also doesn't look like Ash, May, Max and Iris can eat out of house and home too.
Fred Jones: Ash, May and Iris also have high metabolisms and Max is young. (Alejo understands too)
Alejo Otero: Please, let me introduce you to my family. (They've follow Alejo and he looks back and sees the gang in a cabin)
Fred Jones: Wow, isn't this where you live?
Alejo Otero: No. These are just the guests' cottages. You and your friends will have your own. This is where we live. (He shows them a beautiful hotel with pine trees and a pool) Welcome to my family's hotel, La Villa Bella.
Fred Jones: Wow, it's beautiful. What does bella mean?
Alejo Otero: Beautiful.
Fred Jones: Oh, well, (laughs nervously) La Villa Bella is very bella. (Scooby leans on Fred's shoulder)
Scooby-Doo: Reah, rery rella.
Iris: Oh, Fred. Only a kid can't understand Spanish.
Serena: Come on, Iris. Fred is still trying to learn and speak Spanish, just give him a shot.
Iris: You're right. But I'm not sure.
Alejo Otero: Please, let me show you around. (He goes to a young woman sitting on the edge of the pool and old lady sitting on a chair and introduces them) This is my wife, Sofia and my mother, Doña Dolores.
Doña Dolores: Bienvenidos.
Sofia Otero: Welcome!
Alejo Otero: And in the pool are the rest of my family, (breathes) Jorge, Oliver, Natalia, Cristina, Fernanda, Carolina, Mirelia, Gabriella, and Sabestian.
Jorge Otero: (Jorge pets Chiquita) And this is Chiquita. (Scooby looks and lies to see her romantically)
Fred Jones: Wow. Are they all your children? (Alejo and Sofia look and laughed)
Alejo Otero: No, no, no. Only Jorgito. The rest are just visiting for the Day of the Dead festivities. Here in Mexico, family is muy importante. (He holds Sofia)
Max: I think it means very important.
Clemont: That's right, Max.
Sofia Otero: You must be hot and tired after your long trip. Please, feel free to join the children in the pool.
May: Thanks! (She runs to the pool)
Ash Ketchum: Yeah! (He jumps into the pool)
Dawn: Yeah! (Jumps in the pool also)
Scooby-Doo: Yeah! (He runs as the gang look surprised and Scooby goes up the diving board and jumps off, but hits the surface too hard and sinks. Jorge and Chiquita laughed after that, then Chiquita was surprised when her ears went up and Scooby pops on top of her)
Sofia Otero: I think Scooby has already won someone's heart.
Dawn: I seen this before it was going on. Scooby has a crush on Chiquita.
Iris: So Scooby likes this little dog?
Cilan: Isn't that sweet?
Serena: Being in Mexico will be a great date for us, Ash.
Ash Ketchum: It sure will, and not to mention the fiestas, tacos and burritos.
(Scooby swims with Chiquita on top of his head, later at the Café, we see Alejo wrapping his arm around the shoulder of a man with a white shirt and blue blazer)
Alejo Otero: My older brother, Luis manages the café with his fiancée, Charlene.
(Then a woman with bushy blonde hair comes out)
Charlene: Howdy! Let me grab y'all a cup of Café lechera while you take hoot.
(Luis looks romantically at Charlene)
Luis Otero: You can see why I feel- How do you Americans say?- "head over heels" for Charlene. I met her on my last trip to the United States at Mr. Smiley's Fantastic Funland, and I've been smiling ever since. (Charlene brings two pitchers) You know, Café lechera is famous in Veracruz. First, One server serves you thick coffee then the custom is to bang on your glass with your spoon until another server pours you hot milk in your glass.
Charlene: Ain't that a hoot? I love these Loco customs. "Loco"; that's crazy in "Mexican". I mean Spanish.
Scooby-Doo: Yeah! (Charlene gives Scooby a bowl of café lechera and Scooby tastes a drop then coffee beans fell into his bowl) Huh?
Charlene: (laughs) You know, some days I grind so many coffee beans, I swear, the little suckers are coming out of my ears! (Scooby drinks the café lechera and has a mouthful of milk in his face and licks it and smiles)
Velma Dinkley: It didn't take Scooby to start livin' "La vida mocha".
Ash Ketchum: It's too bad we can't drink coffee, due to the fact that we're too young for it.
Kiawe: That's for sure.
(Later, outside the gang and Alejo's family are eating lunch)
Daphne Blake: This lunch is really wonderful, Doña Dolores.
Ash Ketchum: Yeah, (eats a taco) so good! I wish my mom can make this food. I want your recipe for my mom Doña Dolores.
Iris: This Mexican food is the best ever!
Cilan: It's even better than American food.
Lillie: Mmmm! Tacos are great!
Mallow: Maybe I can add these to the menu of my family's restaurant!
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, whoever came up with this whole fiesta tradition is okay in my book. (Scooby tried to eat the whole plate, but Shaggy eats it quick with Scooby upset)
Alejo Otero: It is often followed by another tradition la siesta, an afternoon nap.
Shaggy Rogers: (laughs) Even better!
Scooby-Doo: Reah! Reven retter!
Velma Dinkley: The purpose of fiestas and siestas Shaggy, is to provide sustenance and rest for another tradition: hard work.
Shaggy Rogers: Traditions, like, who needs em?
Dawn: I rather relax.
(Everyone laughs, later an old man in a uniform comes in)
Old Man: Um, forgive me for interrupting your meal, Doña Dolores, but I need to discuss some urgent business with your sons. (Dolores wipes her mouth with a napkin)
Doña Dolores: As you wish.
Alejo Otero: Excuse us, please. This won't take long.
Sophocles: Who is that guy?
Serena: He is so weird and scary.
Doña Dolores: Diego Fuente used to do business with my late husband. I don't trust him. Never did. He is a... How do you say it in America?
Fred Jones: Crook?
Daphne Blake: Liar?
Velma Dinkley: Con man?
Ash Ketchum: Brat? (Dolores smiles and puts her hands up)
Doña Dolores: Jerk!
(Later with Alejo, Luis, Charlene and Diego)
Alejo Otero: For the last time, I told you no. Now please leave, we have guests. (He walks as Diego follows him)
Diego Fuente: I'm apologize for the disturbance. Please, finish your meal.
(He then leaves)
Alejo Otero: That man is stubborn as a bull. He wants to buy our father's land and won't take "no" for an answer.
Luis Otero: Maybe it's not such a bad idea, Alejo. Putting all your assets into land is foolish.
Alejo Otero: We made a promise to papa before he died! And I don't in tempt to break it now!
Sofia Otero: So how will you and your friends be spending your day in Veracruz?
Velma Dinkley: We were hoping to watch the preparations of Day of the Dead festivities.
Max: Yeah, it would be fun to honor the dead.
Doña Dolores: If anyone is out there alive to honor the dead. (That made Scooby and Shaggy scared)
Serena: Calm down, you two. I think she was just kidding. Ghosts don't come out alive.
Doña Dolores: Oh, yes. I'm joking.
Charlene: Have you all heard about the monster?
Iris: Monster? What monster?
(Suddenly, a thunderstorm came and rain poured down as the others head inside.)
(Later, inside the empty hotel lobby with the gang, Ash and his friends and Alejo and his family)
Alejo Otero: You may not be noticed right now, that our hotel is reluctantly empty. That's because a monster has been terrorizing Veracruz and the near by villages. Right after I sent my email to you, the monster showed up near the plaza and nearly got Jorgito.
(Shaggy and Scooby gulped)
Alejo Otero: I'd desperately email you again, to warn you. But you must have already left.
Shaggy Rogers: Did you say m-m-m-monster?
Alejo Otero: Yes, the locals call him, El Chupacabra.
Max: El Chupacabra. I heard about that name. It's a Spanish word for goat sucker. And a myth. It sucks goats' and chickens' blood.
Velma Dinkley: I've read about him, he's Mexico's version of the Bigfoot.
Luis Otero: That's right.
Alejo Otero: I've known not to be a suspicious man, but I saw it with my own eyes down by the warf. I can never forget it. It stand about nearly 10 feet tall, and walks on two hind legs, it was covered with thick fur, has a face of an hideous monkey with huge claws and sharp fangs, and his eyes glow green like those of a demon.
(Then, the fire burnt Shaggy and Scooby's marshmallows, as they cry in fear)
Fred Jones: Hey, hey, calm down everyone. The chupacabra's only a myth.
Alejo Otero: Yes, let's forget a Chupacabra and make the most to your first visit to Mexico.
Clemont: I’m with you Alejo.
Max: I’m tired.
Sofia Otero: Why don't we all get a good night sleep, eh?
Alejo Otero: Yes. There's nothing to worry about.
Daphne Blake: Alejo's right.
Luis Otero: But just in case, double lock your doors.
Charlene: Say your prayers.
Luis Otero: But whatever you do...
Luis and Charlene: Don't go outside.
Max: (awkward) Okay.
That night/Leaving for clues
(Later that night where we find Shaggy and Scooby inside the cabin)
Shaggy Rogers: Like whoever heard such a ridiculous story? A ten-foot hairy monster with big feet and sharp teeth? Sounds like something out of the cartoon. Well, like, pleasant dreams, Scooby. (Yawns) See you in the morning.
(Suddenly, they heard a noise)
Shaggy Rogers: This is gonna be a long night.
(The noise gets louder and Shaggy and Scooby get scared and go under the cover)
Shaggy Rogers: Listen Scoob. Something's coming from out of the window. It might be a little bird or a squirrel.
(Scooby whimpers and they hear a roar, as they run around the room panicking)
Shaggy Rogers: El caba-choo-choo! I mean, la kooka-babka! El popa-choopa!No I mean! HELP!!
(Shaggy opens the door and Fred was in front, but Shaggy closes the door back)
Shaggy Rogers: No Scoob! He's trying to break in! Like we're trapped! Let's get of here!
(He goes up the chimney, and Scooby baracaded the door, and he goes with Shaggy as they go to the rooftop and they almost fall off. Then flashlights beams pointed at them it was Fred, Velma, Ash, Serena, Dawn and Max)
Fred Jones: What happened to you two?
Velma Dinkley: And what was all that noise?
Serena: Yeah, Ash and I were sleeping together until we heard you guys scream.
Ash Ketchum: I was having an awesome dream. I was a Pokémon Master and Serena and I were both married.
Serena: Me too.
(Shaggy and Scooby fall off the rooftop)
Shaggy Rogers: Like, that big mexican bigfoot was trying to get us!
Dawn: You mean Chupacabra?
Shaggy Roger: Yes, that's what I mean, Dawn!
Fred Jones: Oh, no! Where's Daphne, Cilan, Iris, and Axew?
(Now we go to Daphne, Cilan, Iris, and Axew sleeping in her room)
Max: El Chupacabra. Those green eyes like Alejo told us.
(Then Scooby, Shaggy, Max tried to chicken out but Ash, Dawn, May and Velma sees them)
Velma Dinkley: Oh no, you don't.
May: Hold it, you three!
Velma Dinkley: This is no time to be chicken. It's all for one. And one for all.
Ash Ketchum: You guys need to be brave. "Don't give up until it's over." Got it?
Shaggy Rogers: Like I always felt teamwork was highly overrated.
Fred Jones: On the count of three, we run to the door. One. Two. Three!
(They ran to the door as Daphne opens the door)
Iris: What is going on here?
Fred Jones: We thought those were the eyes of the El Chupacabra.
Daphne Blake: Sorry guys, we were afraid to go to sleep and thought some Latin rhythms might calm me down. Looks like Alejo's story rolded everyone.
Ash Ketchum: Oh, well thank goodness you’re okay.
Dawn: Don‘t scare us like that, Daph. We were worried.
Daphne Blake: Sorry.
Shaggy Rogers: Does anybody got a bandage?
(They go outside)
Fred Jones: Don't know what you heard guys, but I think we're save. Let's all try get some- Hey, wait a minute. What's this?
Daphne Blake: Footprints. Big ones.
Shaggy Rogers: Don't look, Scoob. Or we'll never get to sleep.
Velma Dinkey: Notice how they lead to the cottage window. Then reverse direction and head off towards the hotel. We must have scared whatever it was away.
Fred Jones: It was brave enough when we were seperated, but got scared at the thought of a bunch of us to contend with. Not a very couragous monster.
Velma Dinkey: Well, whatever it is, it's gone. Maybe now we can all get some sleep.
(Velma went inside her stateroom)
Fred Jones: We're gonna need it. We got a big day tomorrow.
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, sightseeing and chocolate bean tamales! (laughs) Can't wait!
Fred Jones: Uh, that's not exactually what I meant, Shaggy.
(They stopped for a sec)
Dawn: What? What do you mean?
Fred Jones: We got a mystery on our hands.
Shaggy Rogers: Zoinks!
(The next morning)
Fred Jones: And whatever it was, we'd scared it away.
Ash Ketchum: What are you carrying, Daphne?
Daphne Blake: I got up early, and using my mud mask made a cast of the footprint from Bigfoot's big foot. (show's the cast) Look!
Alejo Otero: Wow. It's huge!
Luis Otero: And look, it is speckled with some kind of gritty black stuff.
Fred Jones: Is it dirt?
Velma Dinkley: I don't think so. I don't know what it is.
Alejo Otero: Whatever it is, please do not mention it to my mother or Sofia.
Luis Otero: Or Charlene. I don't want to scare them.
Alejo Otero: In fact, I better alert the security guards to be especially vigilant.
Luis Otero: If word of this gets out we will lose the few tourists we have managed to keep. El Chupacabra could ruin our livelihood not to mention everyone else's in Veracruz.
Fred Jones: Don't worry. No matter how huge ferocious or bloodthirsty this vicious Chupacabra monster may be We'll get to the bottom of the mystery.
Daphne Blake: You can count on us, right, gang?
(Shaggy closes the door as Scooby looks at the paw and looks scared and faints as he falls down, Chiquita tries to wake Scooby up, but didn't work so she fans him as Scooby regains consciousness and they looked at each other romantically. Later as we see the gang, Ash and his friends, Alejo and Luis in the Mystery Machine ready to leave as Fred pulls out a Spanish dictionary)
Fred Jones: Um, Muchas gracias para su hospital y cometas. (This made Dolores, and Sofia confused as Alejo laughs) What's so funny?
Alejo Otero: You just thanked my family for their generous hospital and delicious comets. (Fred gave a sheepish smile)
Iris: It's comida and hotel, Fred. You are a little kid.
Lana: Stop calling him kid, right now!
Max: Fred is still learning Spanish, for Pete's sake!
Charlene: Oops, I almost forgot. (goes to Luis) I know this is silly, but this is a good luck charm. With that big ole' Bigfoot thing out there you can't be to careful. (puts on the medallion on Luis) Promise me that you'll never take it off. (kisses Luis on the check)
Luis Otero: Si, Charlene. I promise.
(Chiquita leaps on the Mystery Machine and barks and Scooby bends down and they rub noses then the Mystery Machine drives off as Dolores, Sofia, Jorge, Charlene, and Chiquita wave goodbye as the screen fades to black)
El Chupacabra reports/Splitting up
(Later at the Village)
Alejo Otero: As you can see, there aren't many tourist here since the Chupacabra iccident. This place is usually very busy this time of year.
Fred Jones: I've got an idea. Why don't we ask the locals about the monster.
Velma Dinkley: Good idea, Fred. We can videotape them.
Daphne Blake: Great! I'll be the reporter.
(They get into position)
Fred Jones: And action!
Daphne Blake: A seesaw, a jungle gym, a merry-go-round. At first glance, this modest playground looks like any other. But the children here in Veracruz are fearful and have good reason to be. El Chupacabra. Imaginary Bigfoot? Or big scary monster that could bite your head off? You decide. What does El Chupacabra look like?
Kid 1: A gorilla!
Kid 2: A bear!
Kid 3: An alien!
Daphne Blake: What does El Chupacabra do?
Painter 1: Eats goats!
Painter 2: Destroys crops!
Girl: He's a bully!
Daphne Blake: What does El Chupacabra sound like?
Musician 1: Like a coyote!
Mexican Lady: Like a ape!
Musician 1: Like my Uncle Flaco!
Daphne Blake: What does he smell like?
Musician 1: Like sulphur!
Mexican Lady: Like garbage!
Musician 1: Like my Uncle Flaco!
Daphne Blake: Will he show up tomorrow at the Day of the Dead festivities... or will he remain as elusive as the Loch Ness monster? Or the perfect boyfriend? This is Daphne Blake in Veracruz reporting. Back to you, Velma.
Fred Jones: And cut!
Velma Dinkley: "Back to you"?
(Later at the Mystery Machine)
Fred Jones: Oh no!
Iris: What happened to the Mystery Machine?
Alejo Otero: Sal ahora o no veras el dia de mañana!
Shaggy Rogers: Yikes, what's that mean in English?
Fred Jones: Leave today or you won't see tomorrow. Does that right Alejo?
Alejo Otero: Unforturnally, your translation is correct.
Shaggy Rogers: Looks like somebody wants us to make like a piñata and beat it.
Cilan: But who? That what I want to know.
Yugi Muto: I don't know.
Daphne Blake: We better get out of here now.
(Shaggy Scooby looked at each other, and then go inside the Mystery Machine)
Velma Dinkley: Hold on you guys. We came here today to get to the bottom of this Chupacabra mystery.
Fred Jones: And no one's going to scare us away until we do.
Shaggy Rogers: Like, Freddy, it's too late for that.
Max: Yeah, we already scared it last night.
Velma Dinkley: Looks like they need some friendly persuasion. Would you each do it for a Scooby snack?
(They are shocked, but then Shaggy closes the car window, and they crossed their arms)
Daphne Blake: How about two Scooby snacks?
(As they heard that, they got out and had 2 Scooby Snacks each)
Velma Dinkley: Great! So far, it appears as if the Chupacabra is nocturnal. Now that it's getting dark, we should do a thorough search of the town.
Daphne Blake: Maybe we'll get a clue to help us find the monster or at least the van vandals.
Fred Jones: The girls are right. Alejo and Luis, why don't you investigate the hills? The girls, Ash, May, Serena, Cilan, Lillie, Clemont and I will search the west part of town, and Scooby, Shaggy, Max, Dawn, Piplup, Iris, Axew, Bonnie and Lana can search the east.
(At night at the East side of town)
Shaggy Rogers: The mystery machine is actually on the east side of town. Why don't we do a thorough search of the van and if everything checks out okay keep guard right here?
(They go inside, and they fall asleep. As they sleep, a arm appears and tampered with the brakes, and the brake fluid leaks out)
Meet El Curandero/"The brakes aren't working"
(Later Alejo and Luis were walking down the woods)
Luis Otero: Hey, escucha. What was that?
(It was an owl)
Alejo Otero: Just an owl. Don't be a baby.
(Luis scratches his head and follows Alejo and then with their others.
Fred Jones: (sighs in relief) It's just a statue.
Velma Dinkley: Yes, of Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent. I've read about him. He was revered by the Aztecs as the god of all things good.
Ash Ketchum: Max was right. Mexico has great culture.
Daphne Blake: Look!
(Out of the tent, came a man)
Man: Bienvenido. Welcome.
Daphne Blake: Good, you speak English.
Man: Yes, of course. Please, come in.
(Inside the man's tent)
Velma Dinkley: Wow! Are you a medicine man?
Man: I prefer "curandero". But, yes, medicine man, shaman, and healer all apply. How can I help you?
Velma Dinkley: We were hoping you can tell us something about El Chupacabra.
El Curandero: Like everyone, I have heard the stories about the big-footed beast. But there is nothing in the ancient lore about a monster such as this. Our animal friends don't harm people for no reason. Then how do you explain the attacks? The only evil force in this land is greed.
Velma Dinkley: Greed? But what does this have to do with El Chupacabra?
(Outside the tent, while the curandero is talking, a hand appears, and it seems that the El Chupracabra is spying on them)
El Curandero: Recently, people from the north offered huge sums of money to build businesses here and attract tourists. The locals turned down the offer, but when the strangers left, they vowed to return.
Fred Jones: I see.
Daphne Blake: You do?
Brock: So the reason Alejo and Luis refuse to sell their land was because the United States wanted more money than family.
El Curandero: The answers to all your questions can be found in the past. And did I also mention you're in grave danger?
Daphne Blake: No, I think you skipped that part.
El Curandero: You're in grave danger.
(The the El Chupracabra leaves)
Velma Dinkley: We better get back to the others and warn them.
Joey Wheeler: And fast.
El Curandero: Be careful, my friends. In Mexico, things are not always as they seem. If you have any more questions, check out my website at www.ancientmexicanwisdom.com.
Daphne Blake: Website?
El Curandero: As I said, expect the unexpected.
Fred Jones: Muchas gracias para sus palabras... sabias de avestruz.
(The Curandero is confused)
Daphne Blake: What did you say to him?
Fred Jones: I just thanked him for his wise words of advice.
Ash Ketchum: I don’t think that what you said in Spanish.
El Curandero: Thanks for your wise words of ostrich? (goes inside his tent) Teenagers. Go figure.
Luis Otero: Alejo! Let's head back. We're getting nowhere!
Alejo Otero: Okay!
(The Alejo hears a sound and then he sees the green eyes)
Alejo Otero: (scared) Luis, come quick! Luis! Luis!
Shaggy Rogers: Do you hear what I hear, Scoob?
Shaggy Rogers: Like, that's not gonna help much.
Shaggy Rogers: We better get out of here now, or else we become an El Chupacabra fiesta plate.
Daphne Blake: None of this looks familiar. Are you sure we're going the right way?
Velma Dinkley: That's Polaris, the North Star. We should be headed in the opposite direction.
Fred Jones: Trust me. I know where I'm going.
Daphne Blake: We're sunk.
(Alejo is climbing up the cliff, and then Luis arrives)
Luis Otero: Alejo! What happened? (helps Alejo up from the cliff)
Alejo Otero: I was attacked by El Chupracabra. Did you hear me calling for help?
Luis Otero: No. Something hit me over the head and knocked me out. When I woke up, you were gone.
Alejo Otero: The Chupacabra is still out there and we've got to find the others before he does.
(Cut to town, when Shaggy is driving away)
Shaggy Rogers: Like, the next time we go on a trip, remind me to pick someplace a little less exciting like maybe a librarians' convention?
(They see a red light and Shaggy tries to stop the Mystery Machine, but the brakes aren't working)
Shaggy Rogers: Zoinks!
Max: What's going on, Shaggy?
Shaggy Rogers: The brakes aren't working!
(Shaggy, Scooby, May, Max, Dawn, Piplup, Lillie, Mallow and Lana scream in terror as they pass the traffic and then they hit an ice cream stand and they eat ice cream and then they see the pier)
(They scream in terror again)
Dawn: Now what?!
Shaggy Rogers: Hold tight, guys!
(They drive though as the Mystery Machine goes even faster, and the man and woman sees the van coming and they got out of the way before it passed by)
Bonnie: That was close.
Shaggy Rogers: Like how do we stop this thing!? (They go through the ice cream cart and then, they're heading toward the dock, they scream as they go across the water, by bouncing the boat to get to the other side. They look back to see an angry sailor yelling at them.)(We cut to Fred and the others lost in the woods)
Daphne Blake: Okay, Fred, how do you say "hopelessly lost" in Spanish?
Velma Dinkley: It looks like the woods get thicker up ahead.
Daphne Blake: Do you suppose we'll meet any wild animals?
Fred Jones: We might.
Serena: What animals live in woods?
Velma Dinkley: Mostly coyotes and jaguars and boars.
Daphne Blake: Coyotes?
Fred Jones: And jaguars?
Velma Dinkley: And boars.
Daphne Blake: Oh, my!
(They hear a growling noise ahead, and they got scared)
May: What was that?
Fred Jones: Let's get out of here!
(They run away and then they bumped into Alejo and Luis)
May: Hi guys.
Fred Jones: Sorry, guys.
Alejo Otero: No, we're sorry. We were hoping to find you close by, but not that close.
Daphne Blake: We thought we heard El Chupacabra. Listen.
Luis Otero: That is nothing to be afraid of. It is just a coyote.
Alejo Otero: There are lots of them around here. They are more afraid of you than you are of them.
Fred Jones: Then why is it headed in our direction?
Alejo Otero: Maybe it is not running towards us, but away from something else.
(A coyote runs by them)
Daphne Blake: Yeah from what?
Velma Dinkley: Like maybe that!
(Then it was a El Chupacubra)
Velma Dinkley: Jinkles! An El Chupacubra!
Alejo Otero: Run!
(They run off as the monster goes after them)
El Chupacabra chase/Trouble at the museum
(At the city, the gang stopped on the street as they are tried)
Alejo Otero: I think we lost it.
Daphne Blake: Oh no! The Mystery Machine!
Clemont: What could have happened to it?
Fred Jones: It's gone!
Velma Dinkley: But brake fluid it isn't. Someone has tampered with the brakes on the Mystery machine.
Ash Ketchum: You're right, Velma. But who?
(Then they hear a growl)
Fred Jones: We've got to find Shaggy and Scooby, and the others.
(Outside the city, the van goes faster)
Velma Dinkley: Jinkies, perfect timing. If you and the others haven't show up when you did, we be Mexican history.
Daphne Blake: Yeah, but now that we're safe from that creepy Bigfoot, you might want to slow down a little.
Shaggy Rogers: I wish to slow down, but I have some bad news for ya.
Fred Jones: What's that?
Shaggy Rogers: Like I can't! The brakes to the break
(The gang panicked and goes down)
Shaggy Rogers: But like, I got some good news too.
Alejo Otero: Yes?
Shaggy Rogers: We're out of gas.
(Then, the Mystery Machine slows down and stops at the gas station)
Lillie: Thank goodness. I thought we were gonna keep driving fast forever.
Max: And we stopped at a gas station.
Fred Jones: Daphne!
Velma Dinkley: She's gone!
Fred Jones: Let's get out of here, before they come back for ya.
Escaping the tourists
(Later the gang sees a sacred idol)
Velma Dinkley: That's odd. That statue wasn't here before.
(The group sees a no-good sacred idol which breaks and the gang are suddenly trapped in a cage then an eagle flies on top of the cage)
Paco: Hello, mi amigos, I am Paco, the magical talking eagle. I protect the pyramids here at the place of the gods.
Alejo Otero: (covers his ears) That's the worst Spanish accent I've ever heard.
Fred Jones: I know, he looks more like a character from a tacky theme park.
Paco: These evil tourists have destroyed a sacred idol and angered the gods!
Ash Ketchum: (angrily) WHAT?! That's not true!
Alejo Otero: Ash is right. We did no such thing! (to the tourists) This eagle is lying to you!
Max: He's right! We're innocent! We saw the sacred idol broke and fell down, and we didn't even touch it!
Paco: Do not believe their lies! When the cage lifts, you must run them out of here before they completely ruin the ruins! If you don't, the gods will seek revenge themselves, and ay carumba, mi amigos, you don't want to see that! (Paco flies off leaving Ash and his friends angry)
May: (angrily) Why, that lying bird! And you talk weird!
(The angry tourists came toward the the gang and Ash and his friends and Shaggy and Scooby and Ash and the gang screaming and ran)
Ash Ketchum: Hurry!
(They ran down the pyramids as the tourists chase them, too, and around a corner as Scooby was about fall down but ran around the corner and continued running until they see a hole at the pyramids as Daphne grabs Scooby's tail as tourists past them)
Daphne Blake: Quick! In here!
(And then they hid inside)
Max: That was close.
Ash Ketchum: I can't believe that magical eagle lied to them and blamed it on us.
Bonnie: He'll pay for this!
Dawn: Yeah! Lying to tourists that we never do anything wrong! It makes me feel like I want to throw up!
(Then Daphne sees scorpions)
Daphne: Eww. There's alot of spiders down here!
Shaggy and Scooby: SPIDERS?!
Misty: I hate bugs! They bug me!
Max: (laughs) Good one, Misty!
May: That's not funny, Max! She is being serious.
Velma Dinkley: No, guys, I think they are scorpions.
Shaggy Rogers: Oh, gee, thanks. I feel much better now.
Misty: Thank goodness.
Alejo Otero: Don't worry about the scorpions, I'm sure the rats will kill them.
Max: Good one, May. (Laughs)
Lana: That's not funny either, Max!
(The group ran as the rats chase after them)
Velma Dinkley: Jinkies. We must be in the ancient tombs.
(Then Shaggy got close to the skeletons, backwards, and the skeletons hand touched him, which scares him, causing him to hide in the jar)
Fred Jones: Don't worry, Shaggy. Everything in here is dead.
Shaggy Rogers: Like, how comforting.
Velma Dinkley: Look. We can disguise ourselves by wearing the traditional clothing of the native Indian skeletons.
(Later, the group dressed up as the Dead Aztec people)
Daphne Blake: Just act natural.
(The group tries to walk by, when suddenly...)
Tourist: Look! It's the vandals trying to disguise themselves by wearing the traditional clothing of the native Indian skeletons!
Joey Wheeler: How did he know it was us?!
Ash Ketchum: (angrily) TATTLETALE!!!
Serena: (likewise) You're gonna regret ratting us out, fatty!!
Pikachu: (using Thunderbolt) PikaaaaaCHUUUUU!!!!
(The tourist that ratted out the group was electrocuted by the mouse)
Tourist #2: Why, you little--!!
Cilan: Run for it!
(They ran as fast as they can with the tourists chasing them then they see another hole to hide and hid there as the door closes as the tourists pass through)
Ash Ketchum: I think we lost them.
May: I can't believe that one tourist ratted us out.
Iris: (glares at Ash) And I can't believe you shocked him! You‘re such a little kid, Ash Ketchum!
Ash Ketchum: I wouldn’t talk if I were you! You lose your grip for no reason at all!
Iris: Shocking a tourist is a good reason!
Dawn: (angrily) Shut up, Iris! He did the right thing.
Brock: Yeah. That guy deserved that shock.
Serena: Are you even paying attention, Iris?! Those tourists were trying to hurt us!
Misty: That's right! So don't ever call Ash or any others here little kids ever again! Got it?!
Iris: (groans) All right... And I thought you were on my side, Dawn.
Dawn: I changed my mind, you little kid.
(Iris growled in anger at this as Ash and Pikachu laughed at her)
Trouble at the Pyramids
(They are now in the other pyramids with different artifacts)
Dawn: Where are we?
Brock: We're in the pyramids.
May: Let's just hope there are no angry tourists around here.
Max: Don't worry, there is no one here but us. Just some different artifacts.
(The background music plays with "A Donde Vas" by Carolina Lao. As the dragon comes to life, and flap its wings to blow Shaggy, Scooby, TBA are blown into a tree, and Daphne, Velma, and TBA into a creature that came to life, then Fred, TBA landed where the jaguars come to life)
(Later, Paco is seen flying and sees the dragon, screams, and plummets to a tree, where Shaggy, Scooby, Ash and his friends were, and the dragon flew around the pyramids and buzzcuts the trees' leaves. Shaggy, Scooby, Ash and his friends glare at the bird and Scooby growls at it)
Ash Ketchum: (glaring angrily at Paco) You!
Iris: (likewise) Aha!
Serena: (ditto) Well, well, well!
Sophocles: There you are!
Bonnie: It's that mean, lying bird that got us in trouble!
Dawn: It's payback time, Paco!
Lillie: I agree!
Clemont: I'm gonna turn that delusional dodo INTO A TOASTER OVEN!!
Misty: How about a knuckle sandwich?!
Lana: (darkly) You will regret making us look like criminals!
May: (pointing angrily at Paco) GET THAT EAGLE!!!!
Kiawe: PREPARE TO GET BURNED!!!
(Then the group pounced on Paco and started attacking him with the Pokemon's yells being heard; Pikachu, Axew, Dedenne, Piplup, Blaziken, Braixen, Snowy, Popplio, Steenee, Togedemaru and Turtonator)
Ash Ketchum: (as the group beats up Paco) TAKE THAT! AND THAT!
(They attack Paco on top the tree. Then we got to Alejo and Luis stops and then sees a statue comes to life and tries to stomp on them, and then chases them into a building)
(They attack Paco on top the tree. Then we got to Alejo and Luis stops and then sees a statue comes to life and tries to stomp on them, and then chases them into a building. The creature is still flying in the air as Daphne, Velma, and TBA are still hanging on. And we cut to Fred,TBA, surrounded by jaguars)
(But the jaguars are brushing their head on their legs, and they licked their faces, then they are disturbed by Paco, who fell from the tree. Then they pounced on Paco beating him up)
(They continue to beat up Paco, and the statue is still trying to get Alejo and Luis, until the flying beast is flying over him, as the statue tries to shoo it away, but it lands on his and he hit himself on the head and then he broke into pieces, as Fuente shows until the Mystery Machine takes Alejo and Luis away)
Alejo Otero: Señor Fuente. What's he doing here?
Fred Jones: Trying to attack you.
(Then Shaggy, Scooby, TBA are waving their arms to get them out of the tree. And Daphne guide the monster to the tree, and Shaggy, TBA grabbed the tail, until the serpent gets stuck on the gate way, and they jump off and on top of the Mystery Machine)
(Later, Paco, still broken, plummets down as the gang watches him sternly)
Velma Dinkley: Magical eagle. Huh. I didn't buy this animatronic impostor for one minute.
Ash Ketchum: I knew that accent was fake.
Serena: I knew that thing wasn't real. It was a robot.
Sophocles: And a really pathetic one at that.
Ash Ketchum: Right, someone is trying to get us out of the way.
Misty: The question is who and why?
Cilan: I don't know.
Daphne Blake: El Curandero was right. Things aren't always as they seem.
Fred Jones: Come on, guys. Let's get out of here, before these mysterious mischieve makers try to taught themselves.
Day of the Dead/Ghost of Señor Otero
(Later, a torch is lighting a candle where it's at a cemetery, where all people were gathering some gifts and flowers for their ancestors then The gang, Alejo, Luis, Ash and his friends enter the cemetery, then El Chupacabra was hiding behind the bushes, Shaggy and Scooby smile nervously and ran as fast they could then Scooby stops and sees Chiquita and ignores her by acting like a man while Chiquita sees him affectionately, However, Scooby hits a gravestone)
(Later, we see Sofia, Doña Dolores, and three woman with Dolores sitting on a bench with Sofia looking upset)
Old Woman #1: How awful to witness something like that.
Old Woman #2: You are so strong, Dolores. Like a bull.
Old Woman #3: Some people have all the luck. Why can't the Chupacabra carry off my future daughter-in-law?
Doña Dolores: (sternly) Señora!
(The woman shrugged)
Alejo Otero: What's going on? (Alejo, Luis, and the gang arrived to see Doña Dolores and Sofia) Are you alright?
Luis Otero: Where's Charlene? Charlene!
Doña Dolores: Please, please. Calm down, both of you. There's nothing to be upset about. EL CHUPACABRA HAS RUN OFF WITH YOUR FIANCÉE! We'll never see her again! (Sobbing)
Ash Ketchum: I think someone had too much Café lechera.
Alejo Otero: Please, tell us what happened?
Sofia Otero: It all started just as moments after you left, we were in the cafe and the??
Luis Otero: Charlene! This is bad. I shouldn't have left!
Sofia Otero: ???
Velma Dinkley: Jinkies! And she is still missing.
Sofia Otero: Yes, we've been looking for her since yesterday. The villagers are continuing the search; here at the cemetery and up in the hills.
Jorge Otero: Grr. I'm El Chupacabra, I'm going to eat you.
(He chases the two kids as they scream)
Sofia Otero: All this talk of the Chupacabra is not good for the children. (The kids run to Sofia) Now forget all about this scary monster nonsense, and play with your skeleton among the tombstone. (They leave and cut to Luis and Alejo)
Luis Otero: I must go and join the search!
(He marches but Fred stopped him)
Fred Jones: Yes, but'll be more productive if we first get all our facts straight.
(Later outside the cemetery)
Fred Jones: I think the village is being terrorized for a reason. Somebody wants him to scare everyone off and get us out of the way.
Daphne Blake: But what's to be gained from that?
Velma Dinkley: El Chupacabra is scaring off the tourists, making businesses suffer.
Fred Jones: If the Oteros are forced to sale. Señor Fuente gets what he wants, the Otero's land.
Daphne Blake: Good point. But what does that have to do with El Chupacabra?
Kiawe: Yeah, what does that have to do of anything?
Fred Jones: The footprints leading away from the cottage, suggested El Chupacabra was scared of when Shaggy alerted the rest of us.
Shaggy Rogers: Ha! Some monster. He was okay scaring Scoob and me, but chicken out when there are more of us.
Velma Dinkley: Maybe he's a fake.
Daphne Blake: I don't we can roll out the supernatural.
Alejo and Luis: Supernatural?
Daphne Blake: If the creatures at the pyramids were special affects. They were pretty special.
Shaggy Rogers: And very effective.
Velma Dinkley: Real or fake, someone's been following us.
Fred Jones: Yeah, they're anticipating our every move. But how?
Velma Dinkley: Let's look at me video tape again.
Ash Ketchum: Good idea, there must be something we'd missed.
(They look at the video they took earlier.)
Fred Jones: Wait, freeze that frame. Look, whoever wrote "mañana," a Spanish word for "tomorrow" forgot the tilde.
Shaggy Rogers: What's a tilde?
Bonnie: I don't know.
Fred Jones: Its a symbol you put over the "n" to change the pronunciation. Without it the word would be said as "manana" instead of "mañana," a mistake no real Spanish speaking person would ever make.
Velma Dinkley: Looks like your Spanish lessons are finally paid off.
Fred Jones: Oh uh, Muchas Gracias.
Shaggy Rogers: So the bad guy doesn't speak Spanish?
Fred Jones: Maybe, but there's always the possibility there's more than one bad guy.
Misty: Hey you still got that sheet for the warrior's costume?
Velma Dinkley: Sure did, but I still don't know what it means.
Doña Dolores: Sorry to interupt. But it's time to pay our respects. We're already to go.
Sofia Otero: Please, feel free to join us.
(They go with them to start the Day of the Dead, as Luis is at his father's grave)
Luis Otero: My homemade mango salsa, your favorite. And from Charlene, a cup of her cafe lechera. Maybe if he knows where she is, he will send us a sign.
(Suddenly, gray smoke came out of Señor Otero's grave and it appears to turn in a ghost, revealing of an old man which scares everybody)
Ghost of Señor Otero: I am the Ghost of Senor Otero. And don't be alarmed. As you all know today we spirits return to Earth to comune with the living.
(Dolores was shocked and fainted but was captured by Sofia as Alejo grabbed her hand)
Alejo Otero: Mama, please wake up
(Dolores wakes up)
Ghost of Señor Otero: I have learned that an El Chupacabra, is a result of an evil curse. Pleased upon our land. The only way to break the spell is to get rid of that land. Once the land is sold, El Chupacabra will vanish forever! And Charlene will be returned unharmed.
Luis Otero: Charlene?
(To Alejo with the people)
Alejo Otero: That doesn't look or sound like anything like my father. Someone is playing a trick on us.
Fred Jones: Can I see your medallion? (takes a look a the back) Just as I thought.
Dawn: What is it?
Fred Jones: It's a tracking device. Let's see if it works in reverse. (presses the button)
(Then, Scooby, Chiquita, and the Pokemon hear a sound)
(They go to a crypt and see a man in a skeleton costume as the dogs started barking.)
Skeleton: Now stop that! Now be quiet! You hear me?! Quiet!
(Scooby and Chiquita continue barking until they get the people's attention)
Ghost of Señor Otero: Please, ignore the stupid dogs and that rat.
Ash Ketchum: What's going on? Why are Scooby and Chiquita barking?
Brock: Let's go over there and find out.
(They go the building, where the skeleton was)
Skeleton: Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
Smiley's plan/Second Chupacabra chase
Ghost of Señor Otero: Leave the cemetery at once! It's cursed! The whole town is cursed! Sell the land and everything will return to normal.
Fred Jones: (laughs) Can't you see? Many of them don't understand your foreign language. Speaking Spanish might help.
Skeleton: Well, I don't know how to speak Spanish. Why can't everyone just learn English?
(He closes the curtain and Fred walks towards the curtain and opens it. The skeleton man crawls away but Scooby stops him)
Kiawe: And where do you think you're going?
Shaggy Rogers: Like, not so fast, señor.
(Daphne unmasks the skeleton as Mr. Smiley)
Fred Jones: It's Mr. Smiley!
Ash and friends: Mr. Smiley?
Serena: From the amusement park I used to go to long ago?
Ash Ketchum: No way!
Tracey Sketchit: But why?
Velma Dinkley: We suspected that "Mile" and "Enter" are part of bigger words. And look we were right. "Smiley Entertainment." When Mr. Smiley has failed to get the locals to sale their land for his new theme park, he turned to the Otero family.
Fred Jones: Their hotel is one of the best hotels in Veracruz. When they refused to sell, well, he wouldn't take "no" for an answer.
Daphne Blake: So he terrorized the tourists with the Chupacabra attacks hoping to ruin the Otero's hotel business and force the to sell.
Velma Dinkley: And he did everything he could to prevent us from revealing his scheme.
Max: And he hired Team Rocket to frame us.
Fred Jones: Smiley was the only person to pull it off.
Yugi Muto: Otherwise, he would try to get rid of us.
Luis Otero: But why?
Mr. Smiley: Oh, please, you're only encouraging him.
Fred Jones: Being the head of a theme park, he had access to the best special effects money can buy
Shaggy Rogers: Like, not to mention the animatronic animals like our magical eagle friend, Paco.
(He shows the broken Paco)
Daphne Blake: And by kidnapping me and framing us as vandals, he was able to derail our investigation and create bad publicity at the pyramids.
Velma Dinkley: Seen to be his chief competitor for the dollars of tourists all over the world.
Shaggy Rogers: Our deductions makes perfect sense. But if Smiley is behind the Chupacabra attack, then how do we explain that?!
(They see the Chupacabra on top of the building and roars later the people, the gang, Ash and his friends were scared)
Daphne Blake: It sure doesn't look like a special effect.
Sofia Otero: It is the monster!
Luis Otero: El Chupacabra!
(Ash and his friends scream but there was worse to come as Team Rocket came)
Shaggy Rogers: This is gonna be bad, real bad.
(The Chupacabra jumps down to the roof of the building as it roars and scare everyone, it then throws a chimney when the people run for their lives, and the Chupacabra jumps off the building to the ground and then it throws a table with food at the gang)
Sophocles: Take cover!
(They took cover underneath a table as the sauce splatted the table)
Fred Jones: You don't scare us, you big Bigfoot wannabe!
Museum Tour Guide unmasked/Ending
Jorge Otero: They caught the monster!
Fred Jones: We caught something, but... (unzipped the Chupacabra costume, revealing to be the tour guide) "Monster" is just a bit strong.
Ash Ketchum: (dryly) The tour guide. Why am I not surprised?
Brock: I knew there was something about her the moment I saw that smile of hers I hate!
Misty: I knew it, too! That witch!
Museum guide: Well, we weren't expecting that. (Her stilts come up of nowhere) Were we?
(Everyone are surprised, and the police goes to arrest her)
Mr. Smiley: Oh please, leave her alone. She only did what I'd asked her to do, so I'm the guilty one not her.
Daphne Blake: Hardly. It takes two to tango.
Seto Kaiba: (entering the area, sarcastically) Isn't this romantic?
Ash and friends: Kaiba!
Seto Kaiba: Sorry I'm late. Officer Jenny filled me in on what's happening here.
Ash Ketchum: Officer Jenny told you all of that?
Seto Kaiba: Yep. Figured I'd come by and check if you're okay.
Serena: Kaiba, you wouldn't believe what happened with us if we told you.
Seto Kaiba: Try me, I've had my share of supernatural experiences.
Yami Yugi: (smirks) Hmph! I'm afraid not.
Tour Guide: What do you mean by that?
Ash Ketchum: (shocked) Yugi?!
Brock: Yugi, what're you doing here? What's going on?
Yami Yugi: All in due time, Brock. Right now, look at that grave.
Sofia Otero: Look! The gifts we left for him are gone!
Alejo Otero: The only thing that's left is the Cafe lechera that Charlene made for him.
Luis Otero: I don't understand.
Ash Ketchum: Maybe ghosts don't drink coffee.
Seto Kaiba: (smirks) And where do those coffee grinds come from?
Joey Wheeler: Heh! Looks like somebody's spilled the beans.
Max: (laughs) Good one.
Tristan Taylor: Game's up, tour guide! If that's who you really are, is it?
Velma Dinkley: Hmm. I seem to recall someone mention coffee grinds, coming out of their ears from working at the café all day. (Velma removes the mask of the museum guide which reveals to be Charlene and Luis and his family gasp)
Seto Kaiba: Charlene from the café. I thought that voice was obvious, especially since I came here before Ash and the gang a day ago in the first place.
Clemont: (surprised) You mean you knew all along?
Yami Yugi: Yes. We were at the café for lunch one time, but when we heard the chupacabra incidents, we had to investigate. And during a tour, that same tour guide treated us the same way she treated Daphne, by kidnapping Téa!
Téa Gardner: Luckily, Mokuba stopped her from doing so by kicking her in the shin and Kaiba knocked her out and we ran like the dickens before the guards could get us.
Mai Valentine: And we followed the green arrows to outta there; the same ones Shaggy and Scooby tried to get to before.
Duke Devlin: We did all of that and got out of the pyramid...
Serenity Wheeler: ...before we all agreed to find you guys.
Dawn: You mean.. you knew it was Charlene all along?
Ash Ketchum: Charlene!
Dawn: Why did you and Smiley do this to us?
Rebecca Hawkins: It was so obvious; the voice, the personality, the accent, the attitude- all of it indicated that Charlene is nothing more than an accomplice to the so-called ghost that haunted Mexico, dumping Luis cold!
Luis Otero: Charlene, I thought you loved me.
Charlene: Oh, would you wake up and smell the café lechera, you pea-brained romantic?! I never loved you! I loved your money! I mean, if we got married, your inheritance would become mine. Then I was fixing to drop you like a hot tamale and share my riches with my honey bunch here. (She kisses Smiley)
Max: (dryly) I think I'm gonna be sick.
May: (likewise) Me too.
Mr. Smiley: But that itty-bitty brother of yours have to complicate everything. Mr. "I wanna respect father's wishes" over there.
Diego Fuente: (voice in the distance) Oh, thank goodness you're all okay. (Diego enters as Scooby and Shaggy hide behind Chiquita)
Seto Kaiba: (smirks) Ah, señor. Perfect.
Ash Ketchum: (confused) W-What?
Duke Devlin: He gave us the biggest clue of this whole mystery.
Tracey Sketchit: But that means...
Luis Otero: You mean you-you knew about all of this?
Diego Fuente: Please, let me explain. I admit I tried to convince you to sell your land. But I finally accepted that you would never go against your father's wishes, and I respected that. But these two characters don't understand things like loyalty and family. When I heard of their harebrained Bigfoot scheme, I tried to track you down at the pyramids. Not to harm you, but to warn you.
Alejo Otero: I understand. Please, accept my apologies.
Fred Jones: And please accept our apologies, Luis. I have to admit, there were times when we questioned your integrity. We were wrong.
Max: Yeah, we thought you were our culprit.
Kiawe: We all did.
Luis Otero: I can see how misunderstandings happen. From now on, I will try to look beyond the surface to what lies beneath.
Charlene: Well, what happens now, hon?
Mr. Smiley: We go to jail! What do you think happens? We could've made billions if it hadn't been for those meddling kids and their friends!
(The heroes laughed as the two villains were hauled away by the police.)
Doña Dolores: I never trusted Señorita Charlene. That bruja!
Shaggy Rogers: Bruja?
Fred Jones: That means "witch."
Iris: That's a good one, Fred.
Mallow: Yeah, really good one!
Serena: See, Iris? I told you Fred can learn Spanish.
Luis Otero: Alejo, I have something to confess.
Alejo Otero: Yes, brother?
Luis Otero: Hermano, when you called out for help, I did hear you, but I was paralyzed with fear. After losing papa last year, I panicked at the thought of losing my only brother, so I'd lied and said the Bigfoot knocked me out. I'm sorry for being a coward, Alejo. I pray it never happens again.
Alejo Otero: Luis. There are worse things than becoming a coward. (Shaggy hops in and grabs both of them)
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, like, I made a career out of it.
(Later, the gang sat up a picnic blanket)
Daphne Blake: So guess there never was a real Chupacabra. I wonder how that myth got started.
Shaggy Rogers: Yeah, like how you put fruit in more flavor?
Serena: This is the best date and trip ever, Ash!
Ash Ketchum: Yeah, and now that the villains are gone...
Scooby-Doo: Scooby-Dooby-Doo! (Laughs) Adios!
(Chiquita shakes the maracas as the movie ends)