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Scooby-Doo and the case of the bloated Daphne

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In a new direct-to-DVD movie, the Scooby gang is cursed with losing what means the most to them - and for Daphne, it's her good looks. 

The movie is called Scooby-Doo: Frankencreepy. 

In the film, Daphne goes from a size 2 to a size 22. While some are calling it "fat-shaming", other say the movie does have a moral. Daphne learns a lesson about the importance of looks when Fred tells her that he hasn't noticed anything different about her at all. Nice sentiment, but poorly handled.

The curse is eventually lifted and Daphne gets to wear her size 2 dress once more.



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