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Farmed & Dangerous is the sixth episode of the third season of What's New, Scooby-Doo?, and the thirty-fourth overall.


The kids visit the Secret Six puppies on their farm... only to discover it's being haunted by the Demon Farmer.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:


Other characters:

  • Crissie (final appearance)(no lines)
  • Horse (only appearance)(no lines)
  • Pigs (only appearance)(no lines)
  • Farmer Terwilliger (only appearance)(no lines)(dies in flashback)





Suspect Motive/reason
Jonas Sulk The Demon Farmer drove his specialized tractor.
Frida Flora She wanted to get the Secret Six to a safe place.
Farmer P. He told the gang the legend of the Demon Farmer.
Mr. B He was hiding something.


Culprit Motive/reason
Neville Poppenbacher disguised as Farmer P. and the Demon Farmer To steal a new popcorn-on-the-cob formula.


Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones
Casey Kasem Shaggy Rogers
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake
Jeff Bennett Mr. B
William Schallert Neville Poppenbacher/Farmer P.
Simon Petrie Demon Farmer
Jonas Sulk
Jill Talley Frida Flora


Song Credits Performed by Character performance by
"Something's Going On " Written by Adam Perry, Mark Chapman, Daniel Carter, and Jason Perry A N/A


  • The gang previously met Mr. B, Crissie and the Secret Six in Homeward Hound.


  • The title of the episode parodies the quote, "armed and dangerous".
  • There are three scenes that show Fred's cowardice opposed to his usual brave, headstrong demeanor; the first time when Farmer P. comes out from the shadows to greet them in the Mystery Machine, the second time when the puppies catch him by surprise and jump on him, and the third time when he did want the glass of warm milk that Farmer P. offered him and the girls before telling them the story of how Farmer Terwilliger became the Demon Farmer.
  • Frida Flora likely stopped trying to gain custody of the Secret Six after the Demon Framer was captured, since she no longer had evidence of them being in any danger, which meant her court order was no longer valid, and taking the puppies away would legally be considered stealing.
  • Farmhand Jonas Sulk's name is remarkably similar to vaccine pioneer Dr. Jonas Salk, to whom he bears no resemblance otherwise.

Cultural references

  • The name Neville Poppenbacher parodies Orville Redenbacher, an iconic character for a popcorn brand.

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • When the Demon Farmer towers over Scooby and the Secret Six, the lower spot on Scooby's left leg is brown.
  • As Shaggy tilts his head from looking at Velma talking about the beneath the farm not being a burial site then looking the Secret Six running to hidden door, the frame of Shaggy's eyes looking at Velma is still kept in the new frame, giving Shaggy two pairs of eyes.
  • During the Mystery Machine and the demon tractor's face off, the Mystery Machine's front tire changed from green to orange.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • Clearly, the stolen tractor Jonas referred to was stolen by Farmer P. to use as the Demon Farmer, but the gang only consider Jonas's plow.

In other languages

Language Name Meaning
Arabic مزارع مخيف Scary Farmer
French Le démon de la ferme The Farm Demon
Greek Ο Δαίμονας Αγρότης The Demon Farmer
Swedish Livat på landet Action on the Farm

Home media


Shaggy: Like, now what do we do now?
Fred: I don't know. I can't think with the sound of those jingling dog tags.
Velma: That's it! The pups all have numbers on their tags. It could be a code. (The Secret Six nod in agreement)
Daphne: You're right. But in what order?
Shaggy: (after the Secret Six rearrange themselves in a certain way) Like, that order.
Scooby: (reading the numbers) Two, six, five, three, one, four. (As he speaks, Daphne types in the code numbers, and the door opens)
Daphne: Jeepers! It's some kind of secret lab.

Velma: Let's just see who this demon farmer really is.
Fred: (along with Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo after the Demon Farmer is unmasked) Farmer P?
Velma: Oh, he's not just Farmer P. He's someone we've all known for years.
Shaggy: (after Velma draws a mustache and eyeglass frames on Farmer P's face with a marker) Like, I know I've seen that face somewhere before. (Velma holds up a jar of Poppenbacher's Popcorn) Neville Poppenbacher?
Velma: The king of popcorn himself. It only looked like he was trying to kidnap the puppies. But what he really wanted was the code numbers on their tags.
Fred: That way he could get into Mr. B's lab, and steal Jonas's popcorn-on-the-cob prototype.
Daphne: Makes total sense. Neville's popcorn tastes like greasy cardboard.
Velma: And gets stuck in your teeth.
Shaggy: And really needs salt.
Poppenbacher: I heard about Jonas's incredible popcorn from a former farmhand. I knew it would be the end of my company once it hit the shelves.
Velma: So you had to destroy the prototype before Jonas's success destroyed you.
Poppenbacher: And it would've worked, too... if it weren't for those meddling pups.

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