SNL Video: Jake Gyllenhaal and Sabrina Carpenter’s Scooby-Doo Parody Ends in a Violent Bloodbath

We’re about due for a new live-action Scooby-Doo movie, and Jake Gyllenhaal and Sabrina Carpenter are happy to hop into the Mystery Machine.

On this week’s SNL, host Gyllenhaal and musical guest Carpenter co-starred in a Scooby-Doo video short as Fred and Daphne, with Mikey Day as Shaggy and Sarah Sherman as Velma, along with a CGI Scooby. The gang searched a spooky haunted house for “the Shadow Phantom,” capturing the villain after Scooby knocked a suit of armor onto him. In typical Scooby fashion, Fred tore off the Phantom’s mask to reveal (gasp!) Old Man Franklin. But then Fred went a step further and tried to tear off a second mask… and tore Old Man Franklin’s face off in a bloody mess.

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Things got even gorier after that, with Scooby eating the torn-off human flesh, Shaggy losing his arm in a secret passage and Velma getting decapitated by piano wire. All the bloodshed flipped a switch in Fred, and he pulled out a gun to kill all witnesses — even the creepy pair of eyes looking at them through a painting. Thankfully, Scooby was there to put an end to the carnage, shooting Fred dead with the cold send-off: “Ruh-roh, bitch.” And somehow, it was all an ad for Apple’s Face ID feature?

Watch the full sketch above, and then grade this week’s SNL in our poll.

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