AV Club as well as The Outhousers and considering how those two entities seem to hate almost everything and liked this, I was excited to check it out. So, my sister-in-law came this weekend to visit (it was her birthday weekend) and we all gathered around the television and watched, "Scoobynatural."
"Scoobynatural," was quite good! As I mentioned earlier, I know precious little about, "Supernatural," besides the general concept. This episode thankfully stands mostly-alone from the regular series and provides basically all the information someone needs upfront to figure-out what's going on--Sam and Dean are brothers, they fight the supernatural, they have a friend named Castiel who joins them when they're sucked into an episode of, "Scooby Doo," etc. As for, "Scooby Doo," you again just need to know the basics to enjoy the appearance of that mystery-solving gang, and who doesn't know at least a little about, "Scooby Doo," after all?
"Scoobynatural," is a delightful mash-up of two properties that at first wouldn't seem like an ideal match, but through their differences actually illustrate how similar they both are as well. I had a good time watching the program and die-hard fans of either property no doubt will pick-up even more in-jokes than newbies--but both experts and those less-familiar with these shows will have a stellar time watching. I rate this 5 out of 5 stars!