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This article is about the standard continuity Coolsville. For other incarnations and uses, see Coolsville (disambiguation).

Coolsville is the hometown of Mystery Inc. In "Catcher on the Sly" it is revealed that Coolsville is located in Southern California.

Places of interest

Blake Manor

Daphne Blake's family owns an extravagant mansion in Coolsville.

Scooby-Doo's doghouse

Scooby-Doo's doghouse (when he was a puppy) was located in the back garden of the Rogers home. The inside of the doghouse is much larger than it appears from the outside and has been shown to include an indoor pool, tennis court and many other luxuries such as a humongous kitchen.

Rogers' home

Shaggy Rogers's home from when he was younger has been shown to be an average home with a large kitchen and a living room area.

Fred, Scooby and Shaggy's home

When the gang grew up they split into two houses for the boys and the girls. Here they make stops when they come back to Coolsville. The two houses are close together since both are on the same letter carrier route. The guys' house is a modest 2-story home with a gourmet kitchen.[1]

Daphne and Velma's home

The other home is a pink house with a pretty front yard. The front room has a laboratory for Velma, a living room, and a small kitchen and a dining area.[1]

Doo Manor

Doo Manor is a big mansion, owned by Scooby's parents when he was a puppy.

History

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Season one

The Daily Babbler building (A Bicycle Built for Boo!)

The First Annual Coolsville Comic Book Convention (The Schnook Who Took My Comic Book]

The Scooby Snack Factory (Wanted Cheddar Alive)

The HBTV Station (For Letter or Worse)

The Babysitter's House (The Babysitter from Beyond)

The Ski Lodge (Snow Place Like Home)

The Coolsville Museum (Now Museum, Now You Don't)

The Beach (Scooby Dude)

Mr. And Ms. Johnson's House (Ghost Who's Coming to Dinner)

The Indian Reservation (The Story Stick)

Daphne's House (Robopup)

The Coolsville Mall (Lights...Camera...Monster)

Season two

Mrs. Knittingham's Puppy Farm (Curse of the Collar)

(The Return of Commander Cool)

Insert details here. (The Spirit of Rock'n Roll)

The National Exaggerator (Chickenstein Lives.)

Shaggy and Scooby's House ( Night of the Living Burger)

Insert details here (The Computer Walks Among Us)

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The Coolsville Carnival (Terror, Thy Name is Zombo)

Season three

Insert details here. (Night of the Boogey Biker)

Insert details here. (Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare)

The Coolsville Arcade (Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece)

Insert details here (Wrestle Maniacs)

Scooby-Doo (DC Comics)

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What's New, Scooby-Doo?

Season three

The gang returned home to Coolsville in time for Daphne's favorite holiday, Valentine's Day, but their stay was disrupted by mysterious love letters, old romantic interests, and accusations that they were responsible for attacking teens at Coolsville's romantic getaway spot, Lovers Lane.[1]

Scooby-Doo! and the Creepy Chef

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Insert details here. (Scooby-Doo! and the Fishy Phantom)

Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King

Shaggy and Scooby exposed a power hungry magician as a fraud at a Halloween carnival in Coolsville. In doing so, the pair set the gang on a collision course with something Velma struggled to comprehend: a real magical world - complete with goblins, fairies, and monsters - in need of their help to survive.[2]

Scooby-Doo! Museum Madness

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Scooby-Doo! and the Rotten Robot

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Appearances

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 WNSD: A Scooby-Doo Valentine, season 3, episode 3.
  2. Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King, direct-to-video film 12.
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