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The following is a list of parodies and pop culture references which have been made about the Scooby-Doo franchise in other media.

Viewer discretion advised: Although Scooby-Doo is for everyone, the entries in this list may not be for everyone. An attempt though has been made to keep it appropriately written and non-offensive as possible.

Films

Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Television

Becoming Human (UK)

  • "Episode 1": There are two drawings of Scooby-Doo in the toilet. One is mentioned and a little is shown, one is shown completely.
  • "Episode 5": Drawing shown again, in two shots, when Matt is being drowned.
  • "Episode 6": Adam lists Shaggy and Scooby in the list of great crime fighting duos.
  • "Update 34 - The Story So Far": There is a flashback to a scene from episode 1 of Becoming Human, where both pictures of Scooby are visible. Then there is a flashback to episode 5's toilet drowning scene.
  • "Episode 8": When Mr. Roe is drowning Matt, Scooby is shown drawn on the wall again, twice.

DC Nation

  • Plastic Man: Plastic Man briefly shape-shifts into Shaggy.

Family Guy

  • I Never Met the Dead Man: Still struggling to cope with the lack of TV, Peter Griffin wonders what "Scooby and the gang are up to." The scene then cuts to a typical Family Guy-esque cutaway, showing a series called The Scooby-Doo Murder Files (parodying the many different incarnationa over decades, as well as being a real murder mystery case). The Scooby gang is checking out an unseen murder scene as the Murder Machine is seen in the background. Fred (voiced by Frank Welker in a guest appearance) says, "Gee whiz, gang. Looks like the killer gutted the victim, strangled him with his own intestines, and then dumped the body in the river!" "Jinkies," Velma says. "What a mystery!" Then Scooby moans in fear and leaps into Shaggy's arms, to which Fred responds "You're right, Scoob. We're dealing with one sick son of a *****."
  • Family Guy Viewer Mail No. 1: During a parody of The Little Rascals taking place in a haunted house, the young versions of Peter and his friends, disguised in a knights' armor, are running from a ghost and perform a parody of the classic hallway-doors gag, to which at one point, the Scooby-Doo gang runs by in a cameo appearance.
  • Deep Throats: In a DVD-exclusive scene, Brian and Stewie Griffin are investigating a case on Mayor Adam West's corruption, and come across the Scooby gang at Quahog City Hall. Stewie and Brian ask what they're doing here, and Fred (again voiced by Welker) explains they are here to solve the case. Stewie wants them to leave, but Fred insists they've been called onto the job. "We do not walk away," he says. But Stewie says "I'll get you started," and begins humming a typical Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! background music cue. After a few seconds, the gang turns around and walks away.
  • Business Guy: In an attempt to have Peter give the company he's running back to his father-in-law Carter Pewterschmidt, he and Lois Griffin plan to scare Peter into surrendering the corporation. After a swamp monster (resembling a typical Scooby-Doo-style villain) successfully scares Peter away, Lois then notices Carter still about to don his swamp monster costume. Not knowing who the other swamp monster is, Lois and Carter run, and this leads into a parody of the classic Scooby-Doo chase scenes, complete with actual score music from the original series, the Hanna-Barbera sound effects, and the various chase conventions (such as the aforementioned "Scooby-Dooby doors" trick.) The "swamp monster" is eventually caught in a net, and unmasked to reveal Dr. House (of House fame.)

Sabrina the Teenage Witch (live-action)

  • Sabrina Unplugged: When Sabrina is caught by the office webcam using her powers, she magically enters Leonard's computer to destroy the evidence and meets up with Shaggy and Scooby.

South Park

  • Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery: Korn are a parody of the crew.

Student Bodies

  • Snowed In: They ask if they have seen Scooby-Doo. They then sing the theme song, and wonder Scooby's relation with Scrappy-Doo. They also wonder why a "hot girl" like Daphne Blake is hanging out with a loser like Shaggy Rogers.

Torchwood

  • 205 - Meat: Gwen asks "What is this, Scooby-Doo?" in regards to Rhys' suggestion the team hide in his van in order to carry out a sting operation.

Undeclared

  • Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: Jimmy impersonates Scooby on Rachel's answering machine.

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