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- Principal Tuttle (single appearance)
- Coach Sperlokski (single appearance)
- Jenny Lynn (single appearance)
- Lewis Lippkie (single appearance)
- Cheerleaders (single appearance)(miscellaneous speaking)
- Mickey Murphy (only time mentioned)
- Devils (single appearance)(no lines)
- Announcer (single appearance)
- High school
- Detention room
- Locker room
- Football field
|Lewis Lippkie||He has a crush on Jenny Lynn.|
|Knox Jerkins as the demon||Revenge on Lewis for stealing his girlfriend.|
- This takes place at Velma Dinkley's alma mater (most likely the high school seen in The Spirit Spooked Sports Show).
- By an odd coincidence, the successful basketball team there is called the Devils, and so is the usually unsuccessful football team at Coolsville high school (Cheers For Fears).
- In this story, Shaggy Rogers asks Velma about the basketball team name and seems to find it unusual. He may be kidding around, because he's a fan of the football team at his school.
- Velma had detention once (and only once) at her school for getting into a fight with a boy named Mickey Murphy after an "overheated debate" between the math club and the science club.
"Friday Night Frights" by Robbie Busch keeps the Gang in good cheer with superb-character based jokes, and an attention to the Gang's camaraderie. The mystery's solution is a no-brainer, and it's still fun to watch Mystery Inc. piece together the puzzle pieces.
Scott Neely makes the most of a good monster design, and he buddies Busch's gags with fitting poses some of which he must imagine without the benefit of a model. For instance, the bit where the Gang split up benefits from Daphne's big grin. Not seen on the show but extrapolated for the comic book beautifully.