in Drawn Together you will see the same scene xD
Trey: Yeah, a stupid song from some French dude, I don't know the guy's name.
Matt: I can't remember.
Trey: Jean François whatever, who cares?
...See it's starting to get boring, so I think we'll quit there and we'll move on to the next episode.
Matt: Uuum, move on to the next commentary mini.
No Scooby Doo in the commentary. The song is from Jacques Prévert. And like I said before, that gag has been seen a lot, in both live action and animated shows and movies.
Now, it IS known as the Scooby Dooby Doors gag, but it's Older Than Television, from the old days of French Farce, so Matt and Trey know of what they speak.
From the TV Tropes link above
This trope originated in theatrical cartoons during the 1930s and '40s. Tex Avery (creator of the cartoon character Droopy Dog) was fond of this during his days at MGM, and its occurrence in the Screwy Squirrel cartoon Lonesome Lenny was not only over the top (with additional chasers and chasees being added at random, including a cow, a lech chasing a screaming woman, and various clones of Screwy and Lenny), but self-referential, as the cow briefly stopped in the middle of the chase to hold up a sign reading "Silly, isn't it?
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