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Officer Johnson is a security guard who works in the Crystal Cove Animal Asylum for the Criminally Insane.
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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
He told one of the police officers that he can't drink too much coffee. The Fright Hound attacked the Asylum.
Johnson welcomed the gang to the Animal Asylum. He told the gang to walk through the X-ray area carefully and showed an animal bite mark when Snappy Jack the Turtle bit him yesterday. He told the gang to stop getting scared by the monkey and not to make eye contact. Johnson scared Mr. Bendy the Giraffe with a static gun when the giraffe tries to bite his pants. The gang saw Scooby, and after they played music from the locket they heard a strange voice. Johnson realized that the parrot spoke. He told the gang the parrot was the mascot who belonged to the original Mystery Incorporated. He told the gang to stay away from Professor Pericles, because the parrots brain is pound-for-pound the smartest brain in the world. Pericles taped Johnson's static gun on him and he was shocked by it. Professor Pericles warned the kids to watch out for someone close to them. Professor Pericles then said "Frederick" and Fred looked worried.
Johnson told the kids visiting hours were over and told Pericles he will deal with him later, but Pericles asked if he will, but Johnson said no. He sent the kids away.
He told Sheriff Stone that all the animals were back in their cages, except one.
"Welcome, kids, to Crystal Cove Animal Asylum for the Criminaly Insane".
"Snappy Jack the Turtle did this to me yesterday. Does this look like what an animal would do?"
"Enough, do not make eye contact."
"Don't make me use this, Mr. Bendy!"
"He spoke. It's incredible."
"It's incredible, because it's the first words he's spoken in years. He belonged to those kid who disappeared in the caves."
"You best stay away from Professor Pericles, kids. Athough his brain is no bigger than a cashew, pound for pound it's the smartest brain in the world."