Soggy Bog Scooby

One heck of a catch

Soggy Bog Scooby title card

The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show
Episode # 109b
US Air date January 3, 1981 (ABC)
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Soggy Bog Scooby is the second part of the ninth episode of the first season of The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show.


The guys are starving, so they are fishing for dinner, and hook a swamp monster, who wants the guys out of his waters.


The gang is fishing in a swamp. Scooby catches a small fish that is gobbled up by a big fish. They get a bite and pull up a swamp creature that looks like an alligator.

Scooby falls into the water, and when they pull him out he lands on the monster, and they try to drive the boat away, but Scrappy, aiming to hog tie him instead catches a log, and Scooby gets snagged by the rope and lands on a riverboat. Scooby, in the net, is lowered into the water, and sees the creature, and then dashes back up to help Shaggy reel "himself" back in. They pull up the creature instead, and then drop him back into the water.

They look for food on the abandoned riverboat, and in the galley find only a can of creamed broccoli. They look for a can opener, and a compartment opens up, and Scooby unknowingly uses the creature's teeth as an electric can opener. He enters and chases them, pounding Scooby into a pot. Scrappy splats him with broccoli, and they crash into Shaggy carrying a stack of pots.

They next disguise as a Dixieland band singing "Swanee River". Scrappy slings a rope at him, but Scooby gets tied up with him as well. He chases them around the boat and onto the paddle-wheel. Scrappy stops the boat giving Shaggy and Scooby time to jump off the wheel, which they then pry off, carrying the creature into the distance. Scrappy finds another can of creamed broccoli to the disgust of Shaggy and Scooby. Shaggy concludes that's the reason why nobody's on the boat anymore, to which Scooby agrees.


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Supporting characters:

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Other characters:

  • Fish (single appearance)(no lines)



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Don Messick Scooby-Doo
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers


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Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

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Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

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In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Greek Ο Scooby και το Τέρας Scooby and the Monster

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