- This article is about the character in the What's New, Scooby-Doo? episode Roller Ghoster Ride. For other uses, see Chris (disambiguation).
Chris is a young Caucasian female with a slim figure. She has short purple hair, highlighted by a green and a pink streak. She is the shorter of the two sisters. She wears a pale blue t-shirt which exposes her navel, a black choker necklace, black bands on her right wrist, blue jeans and red shoes.
She is the less cheerful of the two sisters. She comes up with ideas for rides that Terry makes into reality, and takes all the credit. She is sometimes concerned about her rides and her sister.
When her sister revealed her resentment, Chris appeared somewhat guilty and stated she never realized she overlooked her. Regardless, this did not stop Chris from telling their mother about her actions.
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Everyone thought Chris was the Roller Ghoster because her wrench was found at one of the tampered rides. Her sister, Terry, turned out to be the Roller Ghoster because she was angry that Chris was taking the credit for everything. Chris points out that she never thought about giving some credit to Terry, to which Terry said that she never thought at all and Chris was easy to frame, which led to Terry's downfall. Chris expresses disappointment in Terry and threatens to tell their mom about what Terry did.
Scooby-Doo! Pirates Ahoy!
She, along with Terry, were among the passengers on the mystery cruise, the Poseidon, who were annoyed and disappointed that Mystery Inc. had solved all the staged mysteries already. She was presumably hypnotized (along with the rest of the passengers) at the masquerade ball by Mr. Mysterio to believe she was a zombie pirate and join Captain Skunkbeard's crew to find the "Heaven's Light", a gold meteor, and then freed by Mystery Inc. when they caught Skunkbeard and Woodenleg Wally who were really Biff Wellington and Mr. Mysterio, respectively.
- Although she didn't appear much in Pirates Ahoy!, she would've surely been a victim of Mr. Mysterio.
- Terry claimed that she "did all the work," to make Chris' ideas into reality, but since Chris owned her own wrench, it's likely she has some mechanical skills of her own and probably helped build the rides.