- This article is about the robot from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode, Foul Play in Funland. For other characters and people with the same name, see Charlie (disambiguation).
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Charlie is a tall humanoid made of metal. He has no mouth, but he does have what looks like a nose, and his eyes are bright yellow; they resemble headlights. Charlie's entire body is in different shades of blue, except for his face, which is beige.
It's unknown what Charlie was like after first being activated, but when Sarah Jenkins sabotaged him the robot became mischevious and at times destructive. Since being repaired after having been short-circuited, his settings were improved to be nicer, which proved successful when he was able to gently scratch Scooby-Doo's ears to the latter's great pleasure.
Powers and abilities
Charlie was created with superhuman strength and endurance. For example, he was able to tear through a brick wall without incident. He was also incredibly fast. Charlie had control over almost every aspect of the amusement park from the rides and the lights to the food stands, and even the cash registers. The android's only weakness was a powerful electromagnet.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
The robot went haywire and left a path of destruction when Jenkins's sister, Sarah messed it up, since she believed robots should not work in a place where children were present. Her brother agreed and repaired him, giving him a sense of emotion, renaming him Charlie the Second. He proved his new gentler reprogramming had worked as he gave Scooby-Doo a few strokes on his head.
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights
Under the name 'Funland Robot', it was a common villain in the laboratory area of Mystic Manor. He was one of the less common villains who requires two hits to be killed as the first hit only stunned it.
Scooby-Doo! Who's Watching Who?
- Charlie can be considered to be the first "real monster" to appear in the entire franchise.
- Charlie was the first villain that didn't chase the gang.