This article is about Scooby-Doo in the TV series, Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! For other incarnations and uses, see Scooby-Doo (disambiguation).
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Scooby-Doo (Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!)
Scooby-Doo (BCSD)
Vital Statistics
Species Great Dane
Gender Male
Fur color Brown
Eye color Black
Other Statistics
Affiliation The gang
Production Details
First appearance BCSD: Mystery 101
Played by Frank Welker

Scooby-Doo is the pet[1] and best friend of Shaggy Rogers, and is the mascot of their mystery-solving team.

Physical appearance

Scooby-Doo is a male Great Dane, with brown fur. He wears a collar, with a dogtag reading his initials.


Scooby-Doo is as hungry as he is scared, and always brings his insatiable appetite along with him. His catchphrase is "Scooby-Dooby-Doo", usually said in happiness after solving a mystery, but can also change depending on what else happens, such as shock,[2] and being polite of Fred Jones sleeping, by whispering.[3] He has also said it as a social media hashtag (i.e. "#ScoobyDoobyDoo").[4]

Powers and abilities

He has the power of human speech (although he has an impediment, which makes him pronounce most, if not all of his words, with an "R"), and can walk on his hind legs. Neither of these things can be explained.[5]


Early life

When he was a puppy, he shared a kennel with Axel, who Officer Mike choose to adopt (because Scooby was afraid of a fly), leaving him alone and sad.[6]

He failed to save Shaggy from several near-death captures, but only saved Colonel William Lutz from being run over, because of the Colonel Jerkey in his back pocket.[7]

Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!

Season one

He and Shaggy stole a wedding cake that was about to be thrown away. He then went with the gang to the case of the Ghost of Elias Kingston at Elias Kingston University, during which he and Shaggy got stuck in a vending machine the ghost. Later, when the gang were about to give up, Daphne Blake put hand puppets of the gang on different hands of the gang, with Scooby taking the role of Daphne, and vice versa, with him pointing out that he was playing with them.

When the case was solved, Dean Longfellow offered Velma a spot at Kingston University, but she turned it down to have more time with her friends. Dean Longfellow then felt envious about wanting friends, which made Scooby fell awkward and stepped away, along with the rest of the gang.[8]

During the Spirit of the Zatari Warrior case at the Zatari Caverns, he felt offended by being called a pet, and ditched Shaggy and tried to be the best friend of the others, but none of them worked out. Shaggy apologised to Scooby, who forgave him as he was his human.[9]

He joined the gang in a vacation on the S.S. Casey, where he and Shaggy ate everything they were offered at the all you can eat buffet.[10]

He got to visit his favourite dog actress, Lady Annabelle, but was too nervous to talk to her. A gargoyle ended up attacking the set, and he ended up saving her, creating a mutual attraction.[11]

Shaggy wanted to solve the Ghost of Chip Braverton case when he threatened to close the Middleton Baseball Stadium, which meant having no cowardice or snacking, getting disapproval from Scooby. But Scooby stuck by him in the end.[12]

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He participated in the Wuthering Monster Mystery Party, taking on the role of Lady Bethabeth. He and Shaggy turned out to be much better when they thought they were solving just a fake mystery.[13]

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He and Shaggy checked out the new restaurant, Cheese Volcano, owned by their old friend, Chazz Larkin. When the Yeti attacked, they insisted the gang help solve the mystery.[14]

When he and Shaggy were in the virtual room of Mannputer Tech Industries, they'd rather see a food truck, than go someplace existing like Mars.[15]

He and the gang were declared aliens by Colonel Peterson, and taken to Area 53. While being interrogated by Peterson, he gave Scooby a single question about him being an alien, to which he successfully denied, but Peterson didn't trust the others.[16]

He went to Lutz Manor, to collect his inheritance from Colonel Lutz.[7]

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The gang visited the Samson's Snacks factory, which was soon to stop manufacturing Scooby and Shaggy's favourite treat, Sorcerer Snacks. They ended up owning the last box (after devouring the last stand), but Fred Jones took it as a way of bribing them to do what he wanted, which Daphne didn't like, while Velma thought it made an intriguing study. When they saved the factory from the Sorcerer, Sammy Samson changed the product's name to Scooby Snacks. Fred thought this would be a great way of continuing to get what he wanted, but Scooby & Shaggy secretly thought this was a great way of getting more treats from something they'd have to do anyway.[17]

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He officiated the wedding between Nate and Kimmy.[18]

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He stood as a witness when Fred was taken to court.[19]

Season two

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After being beaten up by a hulking , he and Shaggy quit the gang and got replacements. However, they didn't know what to do, so Shaggy and Scooby had to stick around during a case, to show them the ropes. Morly and Bumpy ended up being captured, leaving Fred, Daphne, and Velma despondent about what to do, when Shaggy and Scooby surprisingly turned up and helped out. Fred then got them to sign contracts that they couldn't leave.[20]

He went undercover as a show dog at the Vander-Grauff Dog Show, with Daphne as his coach. She only did it because she wanted to make sure Scooby was given as much dignity as possible (due to her own problems with being a child pageant kid), but didn't think it was worth their time. But when she found out that Scooby wanted to win, she supported him in an elegant dance to "Toe to Toe". He then took down the Houndbeast, with support from the other show dogs (who originally looked down on him).[21]

While disguised as an old lady to get on a train, Scooby wore a hat that had a microchip in it that was being hunted by several different monsters.[22]

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The gang travelled to Tokyo, where Scooby & Shaggy wanted to find some unique exotic food, which proved difficult because they had already eaten everything else.[23]

He and Shaggy had to make posters for Velma's candidacy for mayor of Littlefield during the Ghost of Amos Littlefield case. He was applauded by the public when he saved all the Velma Cakes, and told everyone to vote for Velma.[24]

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While at the Good Son Inn, he and Shaggy dressed up to go to the dining room, but because they showed up early, instead of on time like the rule on the wall said, the Ghost of Mother appeared.[25]

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In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Nanni Baldini Italian
Ryszard Olesiński Polish

See also


  1. Game of Chicken, season 1, episode 2.
  2. Be Quiet Scooby-Doo!, season 1, episode 7.
  3. Some Fred Time, season 2, episode 1.
  4. Me, Myself, and A.I., season 1, episode 11.
  5. Mystery 101, season 1, episode 1.
  6. Protein Titans 2, season 2, episode 22.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Where There's a Will, There's a Wraith, season 1, episode 13.
  8. Mystery 101, season 1 episode 1.
  9. Game of Chicken, season 1, episode 2.
  10. All Paws on Deck, season 1, episode 3.
  11. Poodle Justice, season 1, episode 4.
  12. Grand Scam, season 1, episode 5.
  13. Party Like It's 1899, season 1, episode 8.
  14. Kitchen Frightmare, season 1, episode 10.
  15. Me, Myself, and A.I., season 1, episode 11.
  16. Area 51 Adjacent, season 1, episode 12.
  17. Sorcerer Snacks Scare, season 1, episode 17.
  18. I Scooby Dooby Do, season 1, episode 22.
  19. The People vs. Fred Jones, season 1, episode 26.
  20. How to Train Your Coward, season 2, episode 4.
  21. Worst in Show, season 2, episode 5.
  22. Mysteries on the Disorient Express, season 2, episode 6.
  23. The Curse of Kaniaku, season 2, episode 8.
  24. Vote Velma, season 2, episode 9.
  25. Doo Not Disturb, season 2, episode 12.