Cody Webb's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics is an live-action/animated series, and a revival of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics.
The sporting competitions that the characters would be called upon to perform in would often be comical and offbeat versions of Olympic sports, races, and scavenger hunts. Each segment took place in a different location around the world. That event occurred on the moon as a climactic ending, which followed a rocket race to the moon that was held as the previous event.
Each episode was presented in a format similar to an Olympic televison broadcast, with announcing/voice-over duties handled by an unnamed/unseen Announcer character (voiced by Corey Burton). Hosting duties and commentary were provided by Space Ghost and Chris McLean from Total Drama. Since the show was airing on ABC, Space Ghost and Chris wore the then-traditional yellow jackets of ABC Sports announcers. Non-competing Cartoon Characters characters such as Pinkie Pie, Ed, Edd, n' Eddy, Beavis & Butt-Head, and Jack Skellington made appearances as guest announcers and judges. Other non-competing characters included parents of contestants (who were interviewed by Chris before events) and various monsters and creatures that would serve as antagonists during events.
The Laff-A-Lympics competition was based upon a point system. Various events were worth a certain point total for the first, second, and third place winners (usually 25, 15, and 10 respectively; however, the last event was often worth either double points or a larger point bonus for the winner). The team that had the most points by the end of the half-hour was declared the winner and received the gold medal. Points could also be subtracted for treachery and sabotage, which were the specialties of the villainous Really Rottens team.
The "good guy" teams, consisting of the Scooby Doobies and the Cody Yahooeys, were good friends and their respective team members gladly helped each other whenever they got into a jam. The Really Rottens, however, always cheated and pulled dirty tricks which would ultimately cause them to be the last-place losers in most episodes. Much like Dick Dastardly and Muttley on Wacky Races, typically the Really Rottens would be just on the verge of winning, before they would make a fatal error at the very end that allowed one of the other two teams to end up at the top. Occasionally, though, the Rottens' cheating technique wouldn't actually be against the rules, which resulted in them winning in a few episodes (there was even one episode where they won through sheer chance).