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Dr. Jonathan Jacobo is the main antagonist of the 2004 film Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. He was played by Tim Blake Nelson.
Why He Intentionally Isn’t the Real Pterodactyl Ghost
- His plan seems too simple for a Scooby-Doo film.
- He has an unfortunate implication for pedophilia where it is revealed he cuddled with Ned the cameraman, who’s clearly in his late teens. However, it could be interpreted that it was just an act.
- He’s a little too similar to Holly Graham from Scooby-Doo Night of 100 Frights for bringing back monsters to life and posing as a mysterious villain.
- Aside from his Evil Masked Figure persona, he doesn’t seem scary.
- Alicia Silverstone’s acting for Heather Jasper Howe is wooden and felt like it was too obvious that she played the villain.
- Heather Jasper Howe is wasted potential. It would have been better if she is secretly Jacobo’s daughter, but it proves to be a nonsensical disguise.
- Judging by how different he is from Scrappy-Doo, he feels more like a villain of a reboot rather than a sequel.
- He got changed from a janitor to a mad scientist.
- Scott McNeil and Tim Blake Nelson acted in his Evil Masked Figure and Dr. Jacobo forms quite well.
- Unlike Scrappy-Doo from the first film, at least he was a villain in the original cartoons.
- The Evil Masked Figure’s mask is very expressive with impressive practical effects.
- He hilariously yelled “Help me, suckers!” during his attempted prison escape.
- While poorly executed, his attempts to falsely defame Mystery Inc. aged very well due to the rise of misinformation in the late 2010s and early 2020s.
- Alicia Silverstone and Scott McNeil reprised their roles in the PC game based on the movie.