This article is about the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated incarnation of Flim-Flam. For the original incarnation, see Flim-Flam.

Flim-Flam is a child so devious he had a statue made of him in a section of the Crystal Cove Spook Museum, a place usually to highlight the acts of monsters that were thought to have been real, but turned out to be bad guys in masks.

Physical appearance

Flim-Flam's statue essentially had the same appearance of the real boy from 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo: a light-brown pre-adolescent male with an unkempt mop of black hair. He wears a yellow tracksuit, red and white sneakers, and a red long-sleeved red undershirt. 


Early Life

Flim-Flam joined the gang one summer, while Fred Jones, Jr. was at summer camp.

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Season one

While on a date with Fred at the Crystal Cove Spook Museum, Daphne Blake spotted the statue of Flim-Flam, commenting on his jail sentence for 25 to life, allegedly for a major con he pulled.[1]



  • Flim-Flam being sent to jail is a joking reference to the negative reception he received being a main character on The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, and the fact he never returned as a consequence.


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