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Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece

Bigwig has Daphne's captive

Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece title card

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
Details
Episode # 302
US Air date September 29, 1990 (ABC)
Story by Bill Matheny
Lane Raichert
Teleplay by Laren Bright
Evelyn A-R Gabai
Chronology
Previous episode

Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare

Next episode

Wrestle Maniacs

Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece is the second episode of the third season of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, an the twenty-fourth overall.

Premise

Daphne's dad puts her in charge of his arcade, but soon trouble starts up when Bigwig, from a new video game, Hairdo Wars, appears and scares off everyone.

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Locations

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Suspects

Suspect Motive/reason
Crusty Baker Believed the noise of the kids in Blake's Videorama was ruining his business.
Durwood O'McDigitson Angry that Daphne didn't buy any of his games for Blake's Videorama.
Crissie She hates Blake's Videorama because Scooby always beat her scores.
Red Herring As always.

Culprits

Culprit Motive/reason
Crusty Baker as Bigwig To close down Blake's Videorama because he believed the noise of the kids playing arcade games was driving away his customers.

Cast

Don Messick Scooby-Doo
Jenkins
Newscaster
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Christina Lange Velma Dinkley
Kellie Martin Daphne Blake
Carl Steven Freddie Jones
Scott Menville Red Herring
Charlie Adler Gus
Crusty Baker
Bigwig

Songs

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Notes/trivia

  • Production-wise, these are the last appearances of Daphne's parents in animated form.
  • Despite being innocent as the monster Bigwig, it's possible that Daphne banned Crissie and Durwood O'McDigitson from the Videorama due to their hostility toward the gang.

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • As Scooby lassoes his tail to save Daphne from falling, then end of it changes color to match the pink helicopter for a few frames. 
  • When Scooby lowers Daphne down to the ground using his tail, her scarf changes color temporarily to that of her jumper.
  • When Bigwig appears outside Durwood O'McDigitson's house, Daphne's tights are missing.
    • Also, her leg disappears intermittently for a few frames.
  • In the shot of the gang after Durwood exclaims "It's my garage!", Daphne's tights are missing.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • Daphne's parents have been redesigned from their original looks in Robopup to resemble their daughter; in their previous appearance Daphne's mother was a full bodied and a blonde, and her father was a brunette. This is likely due to all the other parents resembling their kids in the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency.
  • The pile of uncooked spaghetti that Crusty Baker serves to Shaggy and Scooby resembles a pile of hair more than anything else. (Perhaps this was intentional, to act as a clue).

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Greek Ο Περούκας Σκορπάει τον Τρόμο Bigwig Scares Everyone

Home media

Quotes

Shaggy: (narration) Like, it was a tough job. The gang had been hired to work at the video arcade, including that all-time video champ of Coolsville, a pup named Scooby-Doo.


Shaggy: Like, noone knows more about great pizza than me and my pal, a pup named...
Scooby: (eats a slice of pizza) ...Scooby-Dooby-Doo! (chuckles)

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