There's No Creature Like Snow Creature

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There's No Creature Like Snow Creature
There's No Creature Like Snow Creature title card
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Air date September 14, 2002
Written by Jim Krieg
Directed by Joe Sichta
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There's No Creature Like Snow Creature is the first episode of the first season of What's New, Scooby-Doo?.


The amateur sleuths travel to a mountain resort for some skiing and to watch a snowboarding competition. They end up investigating rumors of a snow creature that is attacking the participants. When Velma catches a cold and Fred breaks his leg, it's up to Scooby, Shaggy and Daphne to solve the mystery.


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Cast and characters

Actor Character
Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones
Doctor (uncredited)
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake
Gretchen Mueller (uncredited)
Tom Kenny NATLAS
Theodore Schussman (uncredited)
Kevin Michael Richardson Bruce Wilkinson
Brian Unger Avalanche Anderson
Lauren Tom Nancy Chang
Chris Klug Himself
Dee Bradley Baker Snow Creature[1]
Non-speaking roles
Mystery sneak
Skier (cameo)


Song Credits Performed by
"It's a Rad, Rad World" Written by Gigi Meroni and Rich Dickerson Sebastian Robertson


  • Snow Creature operated by the mystery sneak/Avalanche Anderson


Suspect Motive/reason
Bruce Wilkinson His business is going under so he can't pay the million dollars.
Nancy Chang Would do anything for ratings.
Theodore Schussman His career as a skier was ruined after an accident with a snowboarder.
Gretchen Mueller To win the snowboarding competition.
The mystery sneak Suspicious activity at the ski jump gate. He hid his face under a ski mask.


Culprit Motive/reason
Avalanche Anderson as the mystery sneak operating the Snow Creature robot Because he wanted to be better at snowboarding than Chris Klug.




Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • When Klug lands after his first flip, his entire face is missing.
  • The Mystery Machine is empty when it cuts Nancy off from asking her question to Mr. Wilkinson, and continues to be when Fred thinks he's watching a van that "looks" like the Mystery Machine on its own TV screen.
  • Elle only gets a couple of inches away from the right hand side of the screen and her snowboard and notepad already disappear making it look like they've been cut in half.
  • When Shaggy wonders who's been controlling the Snow Creature robot, the lower half of his jacket is brown.
  • When Velma says about watching all those snowboarding movies got her thinking that Avalanche must have connections in Hollywood, her left foot is hovering over the chair the latter is tied to, instead of on the ground.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • When the Mystery Machine makes a perfect parking, its windows are shiny so it's impossible to see inside. The windows of the cars on either side of the van are also shiny as well.
  • Apparently an exception to the gang sharing a hotel room was made in this episode. Probably because they have seperate bedrooms. Specifically, there's only one bedroom, another bed seems to be in the main room.
  • Daphne implies there was foul play in Theodore's accident, refering to his collider as a "so-called" snowboarder, or she was refering to the person's maneuvering skills. Either way, who's she to judge?
    • It seems she may have been reading how it was written, which makes it the newspaper implying foul play for some reason.
  • It must have been a prestigious competition if it still went ahead with no sponsers and the expected million dollar prize money having been removed.
  • In the end, no film crews or audience are visible at the competition.
  • The abrupt conclusion of Shaggy winning may be funnier, but not at all believable.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (Latin America) El Abominable Hombre de las Nieves The Abominable Snowman
Greek Περιπέτεια στο Χιονοδρομικό Κέντρο An Adventure in the Snow Center
Norwegian Snøuhyret The snow monster
Polish Pora na śnieżnego stwora Time for the snow creature

Home media


Nancy Chang: And how will these high-profile games be affected by the loss of Olympic bronze medalist, Chris Klug, under mysterious circumstances?
Bruce Wilkinson: Nancy, I'm sure with a million dollars at stake, the other competitors will be hungry for victory.
Fred: Chris Klug injured?
Velma: "Mysterious circumstances"?
Daphne: One million dollars?
Shaggy: "Hungry"?
Scooby: (drops his tongue out in reaction)

Avalanche Anderson: If it weren't for you interloping adolescents
Velma: —That's "meddling kids"!
Avalanche Anderson: ...And that gluttonous mutt, I'd be famous again!


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