Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore, nicknamed Funky Phantom, was the mascot of a teen mystery solving group who appears Scooby's fever dream.
Muddlemore resembles a white human, and wears a 1776 Revolutionary War outfit.
Funky Phantom was tired of being seen as just a sidekick and mascot and became the villain, Lord Infernicus to capture his group, along with the human members of the other groups at the Mystery Solvers Club State Finals and send them to the other side of world, so the other mascots would be helpless.
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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
Lord Infernicus captured all of the meddling kids. Scooby, Jabberjaw, and Captain Caveman see gineua pigs that were wearing the same outfits like the other gangs.
Angel, the principal and Speed Buggy arrived with Scooby, Jabberjaw, and Captain Caveman. Scooby and the sidekicks saved the gang and the day and Scooby unmasked Lord Infernicus, revealing Funky Phantom underneath! Funky Phantom couldn't take it anymore from being a sidekick. He wanted to become the leader of the meddling kids. He created a skeleton fire phantom to scare people away and capture the meddling kids. He even ditched his cat Boo. He then was going to sent all the kids to Africa. He then used guinea pigs and made small meddling kids clothes and puts them on the guinea pigs and that way Scooby and the sidekicks will be confused.
He would have gotten away with it if it weren't for Scooby-Doo and his sidekicks. Boo the ghost cat became angry for being lied to and attacked Funky Phantom.
- Jonathan Wellington Muddlemore says that he wasn't a real ghost. He's actually a down-on-his-luck actor, which means he's experienced a period of bad luck, despite the fact that he can fly and is white. Then again, this was just a dream, so it didn't have to totally make sense.
- Unlike the original series, he is not called "Mudsy".
- Although Tom Kenny used the voice of Gibson from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go for the voice of Funky Phantom, some parts of his voice sound like Snagglepuss (such as Snag's trademark "even" and "heavens to").