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Season 1 of Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! aired on the CW between September 23, 2006-May 5, 2007.


Recurring characters

Actor Character Ep. duration
Jim Meskimen Robi
Agent #1
Jeff Bennett Agent #2 Insert
Scott Menville Dr. Trebla
Agent #4
Casey Kasem Dr. Albert Shaggleford Insert
Frank Welker Fred Jones
Agent #3
Agent #13
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake 2
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley 2


Shaggy's Uncle Albert, a great scientist, has suddenly died and left him as the heir to his fabulous wealth and his secret nanotechnology. Shaggy & Scooby have to face all kinds of dangers now, something they would never willingly do, but have to when his uncle's mad rival, Dr. Phibes, is bent on stealing it for himself so he can achieve immortality and take over the world--although not necessarily in that order.

Episode list: 2006-2007

Image Title Number Airdate Super Scooby Snacks used Villains
Shags to Riches 1 September 23, 2006
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More Fondue for Scooby-Doo 2 September 30, 2006
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High Society Scooby 3 October 7, 2006
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Party Arty 4 November 4, 2006
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Smart House 5 November 11, 2006
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Lightning Strikes Twice 6 November 18, 2006
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Don't Feed the Animals 7 February 2, 2007
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Mystery of the Missing Mystery Solvers 8 February 10, 2007
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Chefs of Steel 9 February 17, 2007
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Almost Ghosts 10 February 24, 2007
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Pole to Pole 11 March 3, 2007
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Big Trouble 12 April 28, 2007
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Operation Dog and Hippy Boy 13 May 5, 2007
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  • This marks the first season of a series not to have Casey Kasem as Shaggy, who voices his uncle, instead. However, Kasem still provided the voice of Shaggy in the DTVs that were being released at the same time (although they still kept with the What's New, Scooby-Doo? style and never referenced this series).
  • Warner Home Video only released two DVDs with four episodes each.

Home media

  • TBA

See also