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List of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo episodes

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The following contains a list of episodes from the American animated television series A Pup Named Scooby-Doo which ran on ABC from 1988 until 1991. This is the eighth incarnation of the long running Scooby-Doo Saturday morning series following the "Scooby-Doo Detective Agency's" adventures as adolescents.

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113September 10, 1988 (1988-09-10)December 10, 1988 (1988-12-10)
28September 9, 1989 (1989-09-09)November 4, 1989 (1989-11-04)
33September 8, 1990 (1990-09-08)November 3, 1990 (1990-11-03)
43August 3, 1991 (1991-08-03)August 17, 1991 (1991-08-17)

Episodes

Season 1 (1988)

The only season of the series to use digital ink and paint. With thirteen episodes, this is the series' longest season to date.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byOriginal air date
11"A Bicycle Built for Boo!"Tom Ruegger, Jim Ryan, and Charles M. Howell, IVSeptember 10, 1988 (1988-09-10)
The gang takes Shaggy's case when his paper-route bike is stolen by a green ghost.
Villain(s): The Green Ghost
Identity(ies): Mr. Conrad, Shaggy's boss
Reason(s): He needed the chain from Shaggy's bike for his printing press used in his scheme of counterfeiting money.
22"The Sludge Monster from the Earth's Core"Story by : Tom Ruegger; Teleplay by: Mary Jo LudinSeptember 17, 1988 (1988-09-17)
A monster is haunting Scooby's doghouse and the gang must find out why.
Villain(s): The Sludge Monster from the Earth's Core
Identity(ies): Mr. Buckston, president of the Coolsville Last National Bank
Reason(s): He was using Scooby's doghouse as a hiding place for the money he stole from the bank.
33"Wanted Cheddar Alive"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Kristina MazzottiSeptember 24, 1988 (1988-09-24)
The Scooby Snack factory is under attack by a cheese monster, scaring away all the workers, and Scooby is determined to solve the case.
Villain(s): The Cheese Monster
Identity(ies): Larry P. Acme, CEO of Acme Dog Biscuits
Reason(s): To put the Scooby Snacks factory out of business so his business would take over.
44"The Schnook Who Took My Comic Book"Jim RyanOctober 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
Shaggy goes to buy a rare first edition of his favorite comic, only for it to be stolen by the comic's villain.
Villain(s): Dr. Croaker
Identity(ies): Wendel McWendel, creator of Commander Cool
Reason(s): To ensure that his first edition copy was the only existing one, thus increasing its value.
55"For Letter or Worse"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertOctober 8, 1988 (1988-10-08)
As Shaggy and Scooby are chosen as contestants on their favorite game show, the ghost of a gangster shows up.
Villain(s): The Ghost of Al Cabone
Identity(ies): Prestina (a.k.a. Pop O'Connor and The Great Mel), former magician and television star
Reason(s): She wanted revenge on the television station for cancelling her show.
66"The Babysitter from Beyond"Story by : Tom Ruegger; Teleplay by: Wayne KaatzOctober 15, 1988 (1988-10-15)
The gang deliver Shaggy's baby sister Sugie to a babysitter, but the babysitter's house turns out to be the old lair of Manny the Mauler, a master criminal who has recently escaped from prison. Also, a movie monster has come to life.
Villain(s): Boogedy Bones
Identity(ies): Molly the Mol, former accomplice of Manny
Reason(s): To get Manny's stolen money before he could.
77"Now Museum, Now You Don't"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Jim RyanOctober 22, 1988 (1988-10-22)
When the ghost of a Samurai warlord steals a "cursed" pair of swords from a museum and Shaggy and Scooby are blamed, the gang returns to the museum to prove their innocence.
Villain(s): The Samurai Ghost
Identity(ies): Mr. Dayton, curator of the Coolsonian Museum
Reason(s): To obtain the swords' one million dollar insurance money.
88"Snow Place Like Home"Story by : Lane Raichert, Bill Matheny, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Mary Jo LudinOctober 29, 1988 (1988-10-29)
When the gang goes to a ski lodge on the brink of bankruptcy, they encounter a dangerous icy monster causing trouble.
Villain(s): The Ice Demon
Identity(ies): Mr. Forester, park ranger
Reason(s): To scare people away while he stole diamonds from a nearby mine.
99"Scooby Dude"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertNovember 5, 1988 (1988-11-05)
A trip to the beach turns into another mystery for the gang when, on the trail of some dolphins stolen from an aquarium owned by Velma's aunt, they encounter a headless skateboarder.
Villain(s): The Headless Skateboarder
Identity(ies): Al, former skateboarding champion, aided by Sandy Sneakers, local beach patrol
Reason(s): To use the dolphins for their drug-smuggling operations.
1010"Ghost Who's Coming to Dinner"Lane Raichert, Bill Matheny, and Laren BrightNovember 12, 1988 (1988-11-12)
The gang is trick or treating when they meet a kindly couple and a friendly ghost living in their house and must solve a mystery of a pirate ghost haunting it, so it is not demolished and the friendly ghost will not disappear forever when it is.
Villain(s): Boobeard
Identity(ies): Jack, the Johnsons' handyworker
Reason(s): To obtain the Johnsons’ land and profit off of it.
1111"The Story Stick"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertNovember 19, 1988 (1988-11-19)
A camping trip at an Indian reservation ends in another mystery when the gang encounters a living totem pole that orders its forbidden land to be evacuated.
Villain(s): The Totem Spirit
Identity(ies): Mr. Ryan, local architect
Reason(s): To scare people away while he stole valuable Indian artifacts.
Cameo appearance(s): Yogi Bear
1212"Robopup"Story by : Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane Raichert; Teleplay by: Mary Jo LudinDecember 3, 1988 (1988-12-03)
Scooby's abilities are challenged by a robot dog, while the gang investigate a series of robberies in Daphne's family home perpetrated by the ghost of her family's former chef.
Villain(s): The Ghost of Chef Pierre Goulash
Identity(ies): Mr. Gordon, security guard for the Blakes, aided by Robopup
Reason(s): To steal and sell the Blakes' furniture.
1313"Lights... Camera... Monster"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertDecember 10, 1988 (1988-12-10)
A living version of a movie monster starts haunting the Coolsville Mall and the gang is on the case.
Villain(s): Stinkweed
Identity(ies): Vincent Thorne, Stinkweed actor
Reason(s): To have the Stinkweed franchise discontinued as he despises his roles in it.

Season 2 (1989)

From Season 2 onward, the series used traditional cel animation.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byOriginal air date
141"Curse of the Collar"Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren BrightSeptember 9, 1989 (1989-09-09)

When Scooby inherits his family's hideous but valuable collar, the ghost of a sadistic dogcatcher his parents defeated years ago returns to steal it.


Villain(s): The Ghost of Buster McMuttmauler
Identity(ies): Mr. Trixenstuff, dog trainer
Reason(s): To steal and sell the Doo family collar.
152"The Return of Commander Cool"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertSeptember 16, 1989 (1989-09-16)

Shaggy hits his head during a case involving an alien, making him think he's his favorite comic book superhero, Commander Cool.


Villain(s): The Alien
Identity(ies): Barbara Simone, Carol Colossal's secretary
Reason(s): To steal and sell Commander Cool toy blueprints.
163"The Spirit of Rock'n Roll"Story by : Bill Matheny, Laren Bright, and Lane Raichert; Teleplay by: Mary Jo LudinSeptember 23, 1989 (1989-09-23)

The ghost of former rock legend, Purvis Parker, returns to exact revenge on new rock star, Buddy Chillner.


Villain(s): The Ghost of Purvis Parker
Identity(ies): Mr. Dilton, proprietor of Parker Place
Reason(s): To sabotage Buddy for overshadowing Purvis.
174"Chickenstein Lives"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Evelyn A-R GabaiSeptember 30, 1989 (1989-09-30)

When a giant chicken monster starts haunting the "National Exaggerator", Freddy's favorite newspaper which is now owned by his uncle, the gang takes the case.


Villain(s): Chickenstein
Identity(ies): Casmer Codwaller (a.k.a. Granny Sweetwater), fortune teller/criminal salesman
Reason(s): To protect his business of selling stolen merchandise.
185"Night of the Living Burger"Laren Bright, Lane Raichert, and Bill MathenyOctober 14, 1989 (1989-10-14)

Mr. O'Greasy hires the gang to stop a burger-like monster haunting his restaurants. Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby are on non-speaking terms due to an undisclosed argument.


Villain(s): The Burger Monster
Identity(ies): Skippy Johnson, longtime employee of Mr. O'Greasy
Reason(s): He wanted revenge on O'Greasy for never giving him a raise.
196"The Computer Walks Among Us"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Alan SwayzeOctober 21, 1989 (1989-10-21)

When Velma's newest invention comes to life and wreaks havoc, getting her suspended from Coolsville High, the gang must return to stop it.


Villain(s): The Dinkley 2000
Identity(ies): Bruce Wormsley, second top student in Velma's class
Reason(s): To sabotage Velma so he could be the top student.
207"Dog Gone Scooby"Laren Bright, Bill Matheny, and Lane RaichertOctober 28, 1989 (1989-10-28)

When Scooby runs away from home when he is neglected by the gang, they realize that a detective agency isn't great without him and set out to find him in the town.


Villain(s): The Mad Scientist
Identity(ies): Paula P. Casso, famous artist (Due to a misunderstanding)
Reason(s): To make a painting of Scooby's head.
218"Terror, Thy Name Is Zombo"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Evelyn A-R GabaiNovember 4, 1989 (1989-11-04)

The gang encounters a ghost clown at their favorite amusement park.


Villain(s): Zombo the Clown
Identity(ies): Joey Jipner, member of the Jipner family
Reason(s): To scare his siblings away so he can run their family's amusement park independently.

Season 3 (1990)

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byOriginal air date
22a1a"Night of the Boogey Biker"Laren Bright, Lane Raichert, and Bill MathenySeptember 8, 1990 (1990-09-08)
Daphne bets Freddy that he can't go twenty-four hours without accusing Red Herring of a crime; Red's aunt hires the gang to find her stolen motorcycle, but unfortunately for Freddy, its thief is revealed to be Red.
Villain(s): The Boogey Biker
Identity(ies): Red Herring
Reason(s): To fix and add a sidecar to his aunt's motorcycle for her birthday and to keep his reputation from being ruined.
Note: This episode is eleven minutes long.
22b1b"Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare"David SchwartzSeptember 8, 1990 (1990-09-08)
A chance for Velma's latest invention to enter space is interrupted by a ghost.
Villain(s): The Astronaut Ghost
Identity(ies): Simon Simonson, scientist
Reason(s): He wanted revenge because Velma's invention got to go into space and his did not.
Note: This episode is eleven minutes long.
232"Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece"Story by : Bill Matheny and Lane Raichert; Teleplay by: Laren Bright and Evelyn A-R GabaiOctober 6, 1990 (1990-10-06)

A monster from a video game attacks an arcade owned by Daphne's father, in which Daphne has just started working at.


Villain(s): Bigwig
Identity(ies): Krusty Baker, local restaurant owner
Reason(s): To put the arcade out of business so he can have more customers at his restaurant.
243"Wrestle Maniacs"Story by : Bill Matheny, Lane Raichert, and Laren Bright; Teleplay by: Evelyn A-R GabaiNovember 3, 1990 (1990-11-03)

The ghost of a disgraced wrestler returns to haunt the Coolsville Wrestling Federation.


Villain(s): The Hooded Heifer
Identity(ies): Herbert Blaum (a.k.a. The Coolsville Comet), former wrestling spectator
Reason(s): To usurp Carol Colossal's ownership of the Coolsville Wrestling Federation.

Season 4 (1991)

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten byOriginal air date
251"The Were-Doo of Doo Manor"David SchwartzAugust 3, 1991 (1991-08-03)

An old curse returns to haunt the Doo family and the gang must solve this mystery.


Villain(s): Nasty-Doo
Identity(ies): Professor Digmi, palentologist
Reason(s): To uncover a missing leg from a fossil.
26a2a"Catcher on the Sly"Scott Jeralds and Bill MathenyAugust 10, 1991 (1991-08-10)
Scooby runs into Buster McMuttmauler, who is now seeking revenge on him and his family. What ensues is a series of escapades similar to the Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner cartoons.
Villain(s): Buster McMuttmauler, dog catcher
Identity(ies): N/A
Reason(s): To catch Scooby.
Note: This episode is three minutes long.
26b2b"The Ghost of Mrs. Shusham"Bill MathenyAugust 10, 1991 (1991-08-10)
The ghost of a librarian returns to haunt Shaggy and Scooby who still have an overdue book.
Villain(s): The Ghost of Mrs. Shusham
Identity(ies): Bernice Binder, owner of Binders Books
Reason(s): To obtain Shaggy's book, which is rare, and sell it in her shop.
Note: This episode is eleven minutes long.
26c2c"The Wrath of Waitro"Evelyn A-R Gabai and Bill MathenyAugust 10, 1991 (1991-08-10)
In trouble at a restaurant and forced to pay for their meals by washing dishes, Shaggy and Scooby imagine themselves as Commander Cool and Mellow Mutt, with a snooty waiter as their latest enemy.
Villain(s): Waitro
Identity(ies): N/A
Reason(s): To make his food taste great.
Note: This episode is seven minutes long.
273"Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk"David Schwartz and Bill MathenyAugust 17, 1991 (1991-08-17)

The gang travel to New York and help prevent monster hunting business, Critter Getters, from going out of business by solving the case of a giant snail monster.


Villain(s): The Moving Mollusk
Identity(ies): Lester Leonard, owner of "Ghoul Gone", and former employee of "Critter Getters"
Reason(s): To hurt his competition and make his own business more popular.

Notes

  • From January to July, 1991, the ABC Weekend Special replaced A Pup Named Scooby-Doo on ABC's Saturday morning lineup. The final three first-run episodes were not run until August, 1991.
  • When released on DVD in complete season sets, A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: The Complete 1st Season contained all thirteen episodes from the first season,[1] while the final season was split into two to make A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: The Complete 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Seasons on the second complete season set. Episodes that had more than one story-line in them were also considered to be separate episodes, totalling 30 episodes.[2]

References

  1. ^ "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: Complete 1st Season: Casey Kasem, Don Messick, Michael Bell, Christina Lange, Kellie Martin, Scott Menville, Carl Steven, Charles Adler, Chuck McCann, Vernee Watson-Johnson, Rene Auberjonois, Jim Cummings, Arthur Davis, Bob Goe, Don Lusk, Oscar Dufau, Paul Sommer, Ray Patterson, William Hanna, Bill Matheny: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-11-30.
  2. ^ "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: Complete 2nd, 3rd & 4th Seasons: Artist Not Provided: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-11-30.
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