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Skipper Shelton
Skipper Shelton
Vital Statistics
Species Human
Gender Male
Hair color Gray
Eye color Black
Other Statistics
Occupation Restaurant owner
Affiliation Skipper Shelton's Clam Cabin
Family Skipper Shelton (a sardiner, brother)
Skipper Shelton (a shrimper, brother)
Skipper Shelton (a manta-rayer, brother)
Skipper Shelton (a kelper, brother)
Skipper Shelton (a sea-dragoner, brother)
Production Details
First appearance SDMI: The Secret of the Ghost Rig
Played by John O'Hurley

Skipper Shelton runs the Clam Cabin at Crystal Cove's beach.

Physical appearance

Skipper is a middle-aged Caucasian male, with a gray beard. He has a missing nose that was stolen by a clam.[1]

Personality

He nicknames Scooby-Doo, "Wolfie", when he makes an inside joke, he expects Scooby to understand, which he never does.[2]

History

Early life

A clam took his nose. Whenever the town[1]

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Season one

The gang couldn't get inside the Clam Cabin because the crystal doorknob had been stolen, also locking Skipper inside.[3]

The gang found a locker spilling sand out with his name on it, implicating him to be the Man-Crab. After the Man-Crab was caught it was discovered to be Bud Shelton who had chosen to frame the Skipper.[1]

Skipper had a Clam Cabin booth set up at the Royal Knights Faire, selling clam cotton candy.[4]

The Skipper was kidnapped by the Fish Freaks to work on their illegal oil-drilling scheme.[5]

Season two

He saved the gang from a robot.[6]

Appearances

Notes/trivia

  • Skipper Shelton's story of losing his nose to a sea creature (and having a vendetta against it) is similar to Captain Squint (on the Jumanji animated TV series) who lost his nose to a sea monster. Both are parodies of Captain Ahab and Moby Dick.
  • The Skipper has five siblings: a sardiner, a shrimper, a manta-rayer, a kelper, and a sea-dragoner (whom he said he didn't talk about, for some yet unknown reason). (The Siren's Song)
  • According to Tony Cervone, Skipper Shelton has his nose in the new timeline.[7]

In other languages

Actor Language Notes
Tommy Karlsen Norwegian

References

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