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Night of the Living Doo is a Halloween special that aired during Cartoon Network's Scooby-Doo marathon on October 31, 2001. It was broadcast in small segments during commercial breaks, and at the end of the marathon, the segments were broadcast in its completion.
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- Gary Coleman (single appearance)(zombie)(redeemed)
- Mr. Shifty (single appearance)(Mark Hamill's disguise)
- Zombie (single appearance)(no lines)(Jabberjaw's disguise)
- Mummy (single appearance)(disguise)
- Sonny Bono (obscure photograph)
- Cher (obscure photograph)
- Harlem Globetrotters (obscure photograph)
- Henry Kissinger (single appearance)(obscure photograph)
- Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (single appearance)(zombie)
- Scooby's chocolate bar
- Gary Coleman's gas tank
- Gary Coleman's spare tire
- How to Use Monsters to Drive Down the Price of Real Estate for Dummies
- Chicken Soup for the Mystery Lover's Soul
- The Mystery Machine
|Mr. Shifty||Incriminating evidence was found belonging to him. He was caught in a zombie costume.|
|Jabberjaw as the zombie||He was jealous of Scooby-Doo's fame campared to his.|
|"Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?"|| Written by David Mook and Ben Raleigh|
Produced by Ralph Sall For
|"Big & Bad Scooby Style"||Words and music by Scotty Morris||Big Bad Voodoo Daddy||Big Bad Voodoo Daddy|
- The following footage and characters have been used recycled:
- A special opening title sequence that mixes scenes of the opening intro of The New Scooby-Doo Movies and Night of the Living Doo, with Matthew Sweet's rendition of the theme song from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!.
- The amusement park is Funland from the Scooby-Doo! Where Are You! episode, Foul Play in Funland.
- The zombie is based on one from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode, Which Witch is Which?.
- The characters (except Scooby, Jabber, and the celebrities) are animated in a classic retro style in this episode.
- When Gary changes the tire, Scooby starts singing the theme song from Different Strokes, the sitcom Gary was best known for. Scooby and Shaggy also use his catchphrase from the show.
- Jabber breaks the fourth wall when he is revealed to be the monster, referencing the fact that the "mystery-solving teens" premise of his show is exactly like Scooby-Doo.
- Shaggy mentions "the force," which is a concept in the original Star Wars movies, starring Mark Hamill.
Velma: Hands off, David.