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===Recurring characters===
 
===Recurring characters===
 
* [[Scott Menville]] as [[Red Herring]]
 
* [[Scott Menville]] as [[Red Herring]]
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* Don Messick as [[Jenkins (Blake butler)|Jenkins]].
   
 
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| colspan="6" | The gang goes to see [[Buddy Chillner]] perform a live concert, but the theater is haunted by the [[Ghost of Pervis Parker|Ghost of Pervis Parker]].
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| colspan="6" | The gang goes to see [[Buddy Chillner]] perform a live concert, but the theater is haunted by the [[Ghost of Pervis Parker]].
 
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==Notes/trivia==
 
==Notes/trivia==
 
* Series creator and producer, [[Tom Ruegger]], left after [[A Pup Named Scooby-Doo season 1|season 1]] to work on ''Tiny Toon Adventures'' for [[Warner Bros. Animation]], with [[Lane Raichert]] taking over producing duties.
 
* Series creator and producer, [[Tom Ruegger]], left after [[A Pup Named Scooby-Doo season 1|season 1]] to work on ''Tiny Toon Adventures'' for [[Warner Bros. Animation]], with [[Lane Raichert]] taking over producing duties.
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* This season introduces a new character in the series: Daphne's butler [[Jenkins (Blake butler)|Jenkins]], who would often be summoned to perform some ridiculous task. He would appear in many episodes of the show from this point on.
   
 
==Production credits==
 
==Production credits==

Revision as of 21:47, June 19, 2019

The following is a list of episodes of the second season of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo.

Cast

Recurring characters

Episodes

Image Title Number Airdate Suspects Culprits Monsters
150px Curse of the Collar 1 September 10, 1989 Dr. Needlemeyer, Mr. Goodman Mr. Trixenstuff Ghost of Buster McMuttMauler
Scooby claims the family heirloom, a collar, which is 'cursed' by the Ghost of Buster McMuttMauler.
150px The Return of Commander Cool 2 September 16, 1989 Stu Pendous, Mr. Creeply Barbara Simone Alien
An alien is trying to steal the blueprints of the top selling Commander Cool toys at the Colossal Toy Factory.  Worse yet, Shaggy looses his memory and thinks he is actually Commander Cool.
150px The Spirit of Rock'n Roll 3 September 23, 1989 Lenny Lipner, Spooky old man Mr. Dilton Ghost of Purvis Parker
The gang goes to see Buddy Chillner perform a live concert, but the theater is haunted by the Ghost of Pervis Parker.
Chickenstein Chickenstein Lives 4 September 30, 1989 Bad News Bitterman, Hank Laughenstock Casmer Codwaller (Granny Sweetwater) Chickenstein
Freddie's uncle now runs the National Exaggerator, which Chickenstein is trying to put out of business.
150px Night of the Living Burger 5 October 7, 1989 Count Shockula, Arney Barney Skippy Johnson Burger Monster
Mr. O'Greazy's local burger house is being haunted by the Burger Monster who wants him out of business.  Meanwhile, Shaggy and Scooby are not talking to each other.
Dinkley 2000 The Computer Walks Among Us 6 October 14, 1989 Gus Bruce Wormsley Dinkley 2000
Velma's new robot goes bad and frames her for stealing her schoolmates' belongings.
Paula p Dog Gone Scooby 7 November 15, 1989 N/A Paula P. Casso is an innocent painter who wants Scooby's head for her project. N/A
When everyone ignores Scooby, he no longer feels needed, which leads him to go off on his own.
Zombo Terror, Thy Name is Zombo 8 October 28, 1989 Bart Jipner Joey Jipner Ghost of Zombo the Clown
The gang were at the famous amusement park in Coolsville where Shaggy and Scooby wanted to be the first to ride Monster Mountain, a new roller coaster, but the owners told them that they had to close down the park because of the ghost of Zombo, a real clown who was the first owner of the park who sold it to Johnny Jipner.

Notes/trivia

  • Series creator and producer, Tom Ruegger, left after season 1 to work on Tiny Toon Adventures for Warner Bros. Animation, with Lane Raichert taking over producing duties.
  • This season introduces a new character in the series: Daphne's butler Jenkins, who would often be summoned to perform some ridiculous task. He would appear in many episodes of the show from this point on.

Production credits

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