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Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!

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Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!
Based onCharacters
by Hanna-Barbera Productions
Developed byRay DeLaurentis
Voices of
Theme music composerMark Mothersbaugh
Opening theme"Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!"
Ending theme"Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!" (instrumental)
ComposerMutato Muzika
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes26
Executive producers
EditorMyra Owyang
Running time22 minutes
Production companyWarner Bros. Animation
Original release
NetworkThe CW (Kids' WB)
ReleaseSeptember 23, 2006 (2006-09-23) –
March 15, 2008 (2008-03-15)

Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! is an American animated comedy series produced by Warner Bros. Animation, the tenth incarnation of Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo franchise.[1]

The show debuted on September 23, 2006, and ran for two seasons during the Kids' WB Saturday morning block of The CW Television Network, ending on March 15, 2008. It was the final animated series to involve Hanna-Barbera's co-founder Joseph Barbera before his death in 2006. This is the first Scooby-Doo series where Shaggy is not voiced by Casey Kasem, although he was included in the show.

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The premise of the show revolves around the fact that Shaggy Rogers' incredibly rich Uncle Albert Shaggleford disappears and names Shaggy as his sole heir for an inheritance.[2] With the help of the inheritance, Shaggy has upgraded the Mystery Machine, giving it the ability to transform itself into a number of other different vehicles, like the "Hotdog Making Machine".

Dr. Albert Shaggleford had made some enemies before disappearing. Among the most dangerous is the archetypal evil genius and technology pirate out to take over the world and or become immortal—Dr. Phineas Phibes (who gets his name from the Vincent Price villain The Abominable Dr. Phibes). Dr. Phibes recruits other sidekicks and minions to help him with his plans, among them Dr. Trebla.

It appears that the supposedly late Dr. Shaggleford was, beyond being rich, an inventor in his own right, and his clueless young heir is now in possession of some very interesting nano technology. The top secret nanotech formula has been mixed in with Scooby Snacks, which, when eaten, cause a variety of day-saving side effects.

Shaggy and Scooby-Doo have a mission: armed with an updated Mystery Machine, a loyal robot servant named Robi, their new riches, and the new and improved Scooby Snacks, they must stop the evil plans of Phineas Phibes and save the world. In episode 2, Shaggy upgrades the Mystery Machine from its original form, to a high-tech transforming vehicle. However, it usually transforms into machines inappropriate for the tasks at hand (however, in episode 11, it does transform into vehicles appropriate to finish the Polar Bear 3000). In their spare time, Shaggy and Scooby are fans of the show Chefs of Steel, and the famous mystery solver Chad Chaddington.



  • Norville "Shaggy" Rogers (voiced by Scott Menville): Shaggy is no longer a vegetarian in the series.
  • Scooby-Doo (voiced by Frank Welker): Shaggy's pet and best friend. He usually saves the day by consuming a nano-infused Scooby Snack which gives him an incredible power of some such.
  • Robi (voiced by Jim Meskimen): A loyal robotic servant of Shaggy and Scooby-Doo. He is either defective or a failed experimental butler, but either way he has a tendency to bust through walls and other highly destructive things without second thoughts. Robi would also have different uses for Shaggy and Scooby, though he is a rather lousy cook, various impressions, and giving out safety tips (in a style similar to Inspector Gadget). He also projects holograms of Uncle Albert when he wants to talk with Shaggy. Robi also usually calls Scooby "Rooby Roo" due to misunderstanding Scooby's voice.
  • Dr. Albert Shaggleford (voiced by Casey Kasem): Shaggy's rich uncle who is a genius inventor. He always sends a transmission to Shaggy from an undisclosed location on Phibes' doings. As of the final episode, it is revealed that he was undercover as Dr. Trebla all along ("Trebla" is "Albert" spelled backwards) and transmitting from Phibes' lair. He is allergic to peanuts.
  • Dr. Phineus Phibes (voiced by Jeff Bennett): A mad scientist and the primary antagonist of the series. In his younger age, Phibes conducted a highly dangerous experiment with electricity, which cost him his left hand (he wears a prosthetic that seems to function as a high-tech Swiss Army knife) and makes him a living lightning rod—hence, he seldom ventures outdoors, as doing so makes him susceptible to being struck by lightning, regardless of the weather. Producer Eric Radomski had this to say about Dr. Phibes: "Dr. Phibes' exterior lair is deco influenced, and in the 13th episode, we introduce a feline friend of Dr. Phibes. Ray DeLaurentis would need to confirm, but I believe your assumption is correct. Dr. Phibes is Col. Klink plus Dr. Evil divided by Strangelove."[3]
  • Dr. Trebla (voiced by Scott Menville): Dr. Trebla is Dr. Phibes' right-hand man who gives him advice and sees to his needs like his constant companion. In the series finale he is revealed to have been Uncle Albert working undercover all along revealing how he could give info on Phibes regularly to Shaggy and Scooby. A clue before this revelation is that his name is in fact Albert spelled backwards.
  • Agent 1 (voiced by Jim Meskimen): Agent 1 is serious and hates Shaggy and Scooby. He often works with Agent 2, much to his chagrin, and the second in command. Agent 1 is also the one never to believe what his agents ever tell him, until he sees proof, as seen in "Zoinksman". He is often told to smack Agent 2 when he annoys Dr. Phibes. He is the only one who is more easily annoyed by Agent 2 than Dr. Phibes is.
  • Agent 2 (voiced by Jeff Bennett): Agent 2 is a somewhat dimwitted and heavyset man who resents his name and wishes to be called something else. Among other personas he's adopted was a ninja in "High Society Scooby" and a racer called Dr. Speed. In one episode, his real name is revealed to be Jeff, a reference on his voice actor's name, however in an earlier episode, he is called Zachary.


  • Fred Jones (voiced by Frank Welker): Made an appearance in "Almost Ghosts".
  • Daphne Blake (voiced by Grey DeLisle): Made an appearance in "Almost Ghosts".
  • Velma Dinkley (voiced by Mindy Cohn): Made an appearance in "Almost Ghosts".
  • Agent 3 (voiced by Frank Welker): Agent 3 is a timid, but honest agent.
  • Agent 4 (voiced by Scott Menville): Agent 4 is a strong agent.
  • Agent 13 (voiced by Frank Welker): Dr. Phibes' elderly father.
  • Ricky and Mark (voiced by Jeff Bennett and Jim Meskimen): Dr. Phibes' "techies." They are parodies of Napoleon Dynamite and his brother Kip Dynamite. They work for Dr. Phibes and make evil inventions for his own use. Even though they work for Dr. Phibes they will help Shaggy and Scooby if they need it.
  • Menace (voiced by Frank Welker): A super-strong villain who is Dr. Phibes' latest minion. After trying the nanotech formula, his strength was increased, but after a while, began to lose his mind. He developed a fondness for kittens (unfortunate for Dr. Phibes, who at the time had used some stolen nanotech to turn himself into a cat) and had smiley faces on his biceps. An obvious parody of Bane.


Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113September 23, 2006 (2006-09-23)May 5, 2007 (2007-05-05)
213September 22, 2007 (2007-09-22)March 15, 2008 (2008-03-15)

Season 1 (2006–07)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
code [4]
K6–11 rating/share
11"Shags to Riches"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisJeff Allen, Mike Borkowski and Tim EldredSeptember 23, 2006 (2006-09-23)345–4112.6/10[5]
Shaggy's uncle disappears and leaves Shaggy with a billion dollars, so Shaggy and Scooby-Doo go to the mansion he left for them and start exploring. They see some of his inventions, and Shaggy sees a note about how someone is trying to steal his uncle's invention, forcing him to go into hiding.
22"More Fondue for Scooby-Doo"Charles VisserScott KreamerCharles Visser, Marcus Williams and Tim EldredSeptember 30, 2006 (2006-09-30)345–4122.2/9[6]
After receiving an urgent holographic transmission from Uncle Albert, Shaggy and Scooby travel to Switzerland, using their new and improved Mystery Machine, in order to thwart Dr. Phibes's efforts in interrupting an anti-global warming conference. Once Phibes realizes that he's being followed, he counteracts by sending one of his most dangerous agents after them.
33"High Society Scooby"Jeff AllenScott KreamerMike Borkowski, Tim Eldred and Mike MiloOctober 7, 2006 (2006-10-07)345–4132.3/10[7]
Dr. Phibes' latest evil plot is to abduct three of the world's leading scientists in order to gain technologically advanced weapons. Shaggy and Scooby must prevent this by sneaking into the country club where the scientists are being honored and protect them at all costs, while dealing with Phibes's agents.
44"Party Arty"Charles VisserSteve Sessions
Story by : Reid Harrison
Curtis Cim, Tim Eldred and Lane RaichertNovember 4, 2006 (2006-11-04)345–4142.4/9[8]
Shaggy and Scooby decide to throw a housewarming party, but their neighbor and president of the Housing Association, Thurston Havansimp, threatens to cite them with enough code and permit violations to evict them from their house and the neighborhood. Meanwhile, Dr. Phibes hears about the party and sends a deadly robot to the Shaggleford Mansion with orders to annihilate the dynamic duo.
55"Smart House"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisAbe Audish, Mike Borkowski,
Tim Eldred and Edmund Fong
November 11, 2006 (2006-11-11)345–4152.1/8[9]
Dr. Phibes plans on unleashing an evil computer virus into the nation's weapon defense systems, but Uncle Albert gets word of it first. While intercepting the virus, Shaggy and Scooby unknowingly release the virus into their in-house's computer system, which soon takes control of every appliance and utility in the mansion.
66"Lightning Strikes Twice"Charles VisserRay DeLaurentisMario D'Anna, Tim Eldred,
Enrique May and Lane Raichert
November 18, 2006 (2006-11-18)345–4162.0/8[10]
Dr. Phibes creates a machine from his space station that creates thunderstorms across the world. Uncle Albert informs Shaggy and Scooby to face this rather than hide in the basement. Now Scooby must face his fear of lightning as he and Shaggy work on a way to stop Phibes.
77"Don't Feed the Animals"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisAbe Audish, Mike Borkowski, Edmund Fong,
Stephen Sandoval and Marty Warner
February 3, 2007 (2007-02-03)345–419N/A
Dr. Phibes decides to destroy the rainforest to take all of the leaves that could lead to eternal life. In order for Scooby and Shaggy to stop him, they team up with some marmosets.
88"Mystery of the Missing Mystery Solvers"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisAbe Audish, Marcus Williams and Tim EldredFebruary 10, 2007 (2007-02-10)345–4182.2/8[11]
Scooby-Doo and Shaggy are nominated to be Mystery Solvers of the Millennium, causing them to ignore a message from Uncle Albert. When everyone begins disappearing whenever lightning strikes, it's up to the duo to save the day.
99"Chefs of Steel"Charles VisserMeredith Jennings-OffenMike Borkowski, Curtis Cim, Charles Grosvenor,
Lane Raichert and Marcus Williams
February 17, 2007 (2007-02-17)345–4171.6/6[12]
Dr. Phibes invents a hypnotic hibachi to get Shaggy and Scooby to reveal the nano-tech formula and then hires an evil chef to use it on them as they visit the set of their favorite cooking show, Chefs of Steel.
1010"Almost Ghosts"Charles VisserJim KriegCurtis Cim, Tim Eldred and Marcus WilliamsFebruary 24, 2007 (2007-02-24)345–4202.4/10[13]
Shaggy and Scooby travel to an army base to stop two of Dr. Phibes' agents who have become invisible (because of Dr. Phibes' invention). Fred, Daphne and Velma also join the crew, thinking that they are dealing with real ghosts.
1111"Pole to Pole"Jeff AllenStephen SustarsicAbe Audish, Mike Borkowski and Tim EldredMarch 3, 2007 (2007-03-03)345–4211.8/7[14]
In order to gain immortality, Dr. Phibes plans on setting off an EMP bomb at the end of the "Polar Bear 3000" race which will destroy all electronics across the world. Naturally, Shaggy and Scooby enter the race to make sure that he doesn't succeed. However, they discover that Phibes had planted the device in the Mystery Machine, forcing them to go back in time to stop the bomb from going off.
1212"Big Trouble"Charles VisserRay DeLaurentisMike Borkowski, Curtis Cim,
Tim Eldred and Marcus Williams
April 28, 2007 (2007-04-28)345–4221.9/8[15]
After Shaggy and Scooby watch their favorite TV show starring Robo-Monkey, Robi receives a message from Uncle Albert saying that Dr. Phibes is trying to destroy them yet again with a giant robot.
1313"Operation Dog and Hippy Boy"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisMike Borkowski, Tim Eldred and Dan RibaMay 5, 2007 (2007-05-05)345–4231.7/8[16]
With the intention of finally stealing Uncle Albert's secret formula, Dr. Phibes assembles three of the most ruthless criminals in history to destroy Shaggy and Scooby.

Season 2 (2007–08)

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
code [17]
K6–11 rating/share
141"Shaggy and Scooby World"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentisJeff Allen, Abe Audish,
Mike Borkowski and Tim Eldred
September 22, 2007 (2007-09-22)345–4241.8/7[18]
On the opening day of Shaggy and Scooby's own amusement park, Dr. Phibes attempts to control every attraction and turn the park into total chaos. Shaggy and Scooby must prevent this while working to create a diversion for everyone in attendance.
152"Almost Purr-fect"Charles VisserStory by : Ray DeLaurentis and Will Schifrin, Script by: Ray DeLaurentisCharles Visser, Cynthia Petrovic, Lois M. Lee
Tim Eldred, Mario D'Anna and William Mata
September 29, 2007 (2007-09-29)345–4251.6/7[19]
Phibes infiltrates Shaggy and Scooby's mansion in his new cat guise while our heroes hold a dog show. Meanwhile, Robi enters his homemade mechanical dog, Sparky into the show.
163"Inside Job"Jeff AllenStory by : Ray DeLaurentis and Will Schifrin, Script by: Ray DeLaurentisJeff Allen, Abe Audish, Lois M. Lee,
Tim Eldred and Aaron Hammersley
October 6, 2007 (2007-10-06)345–4261.5/7[20]

After learning Dr. Phibes consumed a large quantity of the new nano-tech formula, Shaggy and Scooby must quickly devise a plan to rid of every nano-bot inside his body before Phibes becomes completely unstoppable and destroys a group of almost identical octuplets (four of each gender) known as the Nifties.

Note: Kevin from "Smart House" makes a brief cameo in this episode, as do Fred and Daphne.
174"Zoinksman"Charles VisserStory by : Ray DeLaurentis and Will Schifrin, Script by: Ray DeLaurentisCynthia Petrovic, Lois M. Lee, Mario D'Anna,
Chris Dent and Tim Eldred
October 13, 2007 (2007-10-13)345–4271.8/7[21]
Now fully nano-powered, Dr. Phibes plans to blow up his new remote volcanic lair which would cause nuclear winter and mass extinction around the world. Meanwhile, Shaggy arms himself with Uncle Albert's defective super suit as he and Scooby must infiltrate the lair and once again put a stop to Phibes's evil plans.
185"The Many Faces of Evil"Jeff AllenSteven SustarsicJeff Allen, Abe Audish,
Tim Eldred and Aaron Hammersley
November 3, 2007 (2007-11-03)345–4281.9/8[22]
Dr. Phibes's latest world domination plan includes producing a massive army of nano clones, each of which represents a different part of Phibes's personality. When Scooby consumes too much of the nano-tech formula, he becomes immune to the formula temporarily.
196"Cruisin' for a Bruisin'"Charles VisserRay DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinCynthia Petrovic, Lois M. Lee,
Curtis Cim and Tim Eldred
November 10, 2007 (2007-11-10)345–4291.3/5[23]
Dr. Phibes and Shaggy and Scooby are tired from their battles with each other, and they decide to go on vacation: unknowingly on the same cruise ship! They soon run into each other and call a truce, but when Shaggy and Scooby's activities constantly disrupt Dr. Phibes's rest, and he and his agents try to destroy them.
207"There's a Doctor in the House"
"There Is a Doctor in the House"
Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinTim Eldred, Eric McConnell,
Daniel Riba and Norma Rivera-Klingler
December 1, 2007 (2007-12-01)345–4301.3/7[24]
Shaggy and Scooby get a very unexpected new house guest — Phibes — when Evil Phibes, his nastiest clone, has kicked him out of his lair and taken over. Although a broken Phibes promises to be on his best behavior, he proves to be a very inconsiderate roommate, and makes prank phone calls to his doppelgänger that get him mad enough to obliterate the world with one of Phibes' own devices.
218"Super Scary Movie Night"Charles VisserRay DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinLois M. Lee, Curtis Cim,
Chris Dent and Tim Eldred
January 26, 2008 (2008-01-26)345–4310.7/4[25]
Robi builds the Robivision TV Screen so Shaggy and Scooby-Doo decide to have a movie night. Dr. Phibes builds monsters like the Mummy, Frankenstein, Dracula, a werewolf and the sea monster on discs. Shaggy and Scooby must stop him before he makes copies of the discs.
229"Runaway Robi"Jeff AllenStory by : Ray DeLaurentis and Will Schifrin, Script by: Ray DeLaurentisAbe Audish, Lois M. Lee, Tim Eldred,
Daniel Riba and Stephen Sandoval
February 2, 2008 (2008-02-02)345–4320.9/5[26]
Shaggy and Scooby decide to take up a training course to get fit. However, when things do not go as planned, Shaggy and Scooby secretly discuss that Robi is a terrible trainer. Robi overhears them by accident, and sends his dog, Sparky, to continue his job while he runs away from home.
2310"Don't Get a Big Head"Charles VisserRay DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinCynthia Petrovic, Curtis Cim,
Tim Eldred and Charles Grosvenor
February 16, 2008 (2008-02-16)345–4331.2/6[27]
Tired of always losing to Shaggy and Scooby, Phibes creates a new nano formula to boost his intelligence. With his brain now nano charged, Dr. Phibes plans to make the whole world stupid.
2411"Scooby-Dudes"Jeff AllenStory by : Ray DeLaurentis and Will Schifrin, Script by: Ray DeLaurentisAbe Audish, Tim Eldred and Mark KoetsierFebruary 23, 2008 (2008-02-23)345–4341.1/5[28]
When Dr. Phibes returns to the ranch that he grew up on, he makes giant, vicious animals like a hissing goat and a baaing bull and a giant turkey. With his new animal friends, he tries to have them take over the world. Can Shaggy and Scooby stop him before his animals take over the world?
2512"Zoinks the Wonderdog"Charles VisserStory by : Ray DeLaurentis, Script by: Ray DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinCharles Visser, Cynthia Petrovic,
Tim Eldred and Mary Hanley
March 8, 2008 (2008-03-08)345–4350.9/4[29]
When Shaggy's old dog Zoinks returns, Scooby begins to become jealous of him, and finds his previous owner Groovy Don. Little do they realize, both Zoinks and Groovy Don were created by Phibes to split Shaggy and Scooby, causing them to find the true meaning of friendship when Zoinks and Groovy Don attack them.
2613"Uncle Albert Alert"Jeff AllenRay DeLaurentis and Will SchifrinJeff Allen, Abe Audish,
Lois M. Lee and Tim Eldred
March 15, 2008 (2008-03-15)345–4361.3/7[30]
Uncle Albert sends Shaggy and Scooby a message revealing that he has been working undercover for Phibes all along. Phibes soon learns that there is a mole in his organization and plans to expose the person. After finding their uncle, the duo face an even bigger challenge as Phibes escapes and launches the self-destruct mechanism of his lair. Shaggy and Scooby rescue Uncle Albert as well as the agents trapped inside the lair, with Scooby using a "Hyper Speed Scooby Snack" given by Uncle Albert.


Ray DeLaurentis was asked by Warner Bros. Animation to develop a new show for the Kids' WB programming block. Due to internal struggles at Time Warner, DeLaurentis was only allowed to use characters associated with the Hanna-Barbera library and was offered Scooby-Doo as the previous series, What's New Scooby-Doo, was considered too similar to the original series and wanted something more broad. DeLaurentis developed the concept in "three and half days" when he decided to do a show that solely focused on the titular characters and, with the help of veteran Matt Danner, began to add the elements that would eventually make up the series. The character of Dr. Phibes was created because DeLaurentis was a fan of over-the-top villains and specifically chose Jeff Bennett to voice him during development.[31]

The characters have also been re-designed to look like animated versions of how they appeared in the live-action Scooby-Doo film. For instance, Scooby is drawn with dot eyes and Shaggy's hair is noticeably longer. Thus, it is the second show in the Scooby-Doo series that is not animated or drawn in the usual Hanna-Barbera style, after A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. DeLaurentis commented on this; admitting that he was not a fan of the look of the final series, calling it "dark" compared to previous incarnations, "they just assigned those people to me... the unit production managers are literally the only people in the production that have no skill set [sic] are given this sort of leeway to drive people crazy." Eric Radomski was in charge of the design of the series.[31]

This is also the first series in which Casey Kasem does not voice Shaggy, but is instead done by Scott Menville, although Scott Innes or Billy West portrayed the character in many of the Scooby-Doo animated movies made for television or home video. However, in this series, Kasem does voice Shaggy's rich and on-the-run Uncle Albert. Another noticeable difference is that Shaggy now wears a white short-sleeved shirt with a green strip across the middle and green sleeves instead of his trademark green T-shirt. Frank Welker still does Scooby's voice. In addition, Shaggy and Scooby's cowardice tendencies have been considerably toned down and are shown to be quite skilled.

Much like The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo on ABC in 1985 (which had actual ghosts and monsters) and the Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo shorts in 1980, this show is different from the usual "crooks masquerading as ghosts and monsters" series. The roles of Fred Jones, Daphne Blake and Velma Dinkley are downgraded, but they're not completely absent as they were in the Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo shorts. They cameo in the first episode and have full guest appearances in another season one episode. Fred and Daphne appear as silent cameos in one season two episode when they were not allowed to Dr. Phibes's "attractive people" party. Their silhouettes run across the screen in the opening credits in amongst the silhouettes of all the show's regular cast. DeLaurentis revealed that the limited appearances were intentional as he wanted Shaggy and Scooby-Doo to develop as individuals and to provide a contrast as to how they have matured. However, he admitted that if given more time he would have made them appear more frequently.[31]

The final episode "Uncle Albert Alert", was written entirely by DeLaurentis during a rather hectic time at Warner Bros. Animation. The building he was working in had already been sold to DeVry University and Amazon and he only had the weekend to write the whole episode, "[DeVry and Amazon] were literally jackhammering my wall... so I put in big wax earplugs... with some noise cancelling headphones over them... and I just wrote the episode." DeLaurentis had no ideas for a season three, but predicted that Dr. Phibes had implanted chips into all of his former henchmen that could turn them evil with a flip of a switch.[31]

Home media

Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! Home video releases
Season Episodes Year active Release date
Region 1
1 13 2006–07 Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get A Clue!: Exclusive Bonus Disc: October 2, 2007
Episode: “Operation Dog and Hippie Boy”
Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!: Volume 1: October 30, 2007
Episodes: "Shags to Riches", "More Fondue for Scooby-Doo", "High Society Scooby", "Party Arty"
Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!: Volume 2: July 8, 2008
Episodes: "Smart House", "Lightning Strikes Twice", "Don't Feed The Animals", "Mystery of the Missing Mystery Solvers"
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: Volume 1 – A Monster Catch: January 27, 2009
Episode: "Shags to Riches"
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo: The Complete Second and Third and Fourth Seasons: March 17, 2009
Episode: "Party Arty"
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: Volume 2 – Bump in the Night: May 5, 2009
Episode: "More Fondue for Scooby-Doo!"
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: Volume 3 – Hello Mummy: September 9, 2009
Episode: "High Society Scooby"
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!: Volume 4 – Spooky Bayou: October 19, 2010
Episode: "Lightning Strikes Twice"
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo!: The Complete Series: June 29, 2010
Episode: "Don't Feed the Animals"
Best of Warner Bros. 50 Cartoon Collection: Scooby-Doo!: August 13, 2019
Episodes: "Chefs of Steel", "Almost Ghosts"


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