The Beast Is Awake In Bottomless Lake Analysis

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In the exposition or introduction, you are introduced to characters, the setting, and the problem. In the exposition of the Scooby Doo episode “The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake”, the gang goes to Canada to find a place to camp. The gang includes Scooby Doo; the talking dog, Shaggy; the guy who is with Scooby at all times, Velma; the brains of the gang, as well as Daphne and Fred who are usually the ones who help Velma. In this episode they also run into Mr. LeBeav who owns the gas station, Mr. Taylor who is there to go fishing by himself, and Julie Johnson, the daughter of the owner of the grocery store. However, things don’t go as planned and they run into a hideous monster that is causing problems. This monster is scaring everyone away leaving the town vacant, but they are determined to solve the mystery. The rising action includes all of the build up to the climax. In the rising action of every episode of Scooby Doo there is a mystery to be unraveled with clues to help the gang crack it. In the episode “The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake”, the first clue is when Daphne spots a newspaper that says there were millions of Klondike gold stolen from a mine…show more content…
In the falling action of every episode, Velma always manages to explain the whole mystery just like she did in this one. In “The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake”, Velma explains that Julie was scaring people away so she could smuggle the stolen Klondike gold from the mines by shipping them underwater through an airlock. The thunder and lights were from the crates being moved through the water. Then the two henchmen caught it with nets and smuggled it without getting caught. The wooden plank with the letters KL stood for Klondike, and the water level of the lake would go down when they drained the lake through the tunnel underwater. Now the mystery was solved and justice could be

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