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The waitress is a Caucasian teenaged female, with long auburn hair, styled in braids. Her outfit at The Bloody Stake is a long-sleeved collared shirt with a short dark skirt. She also wears a dark tank top over her long-sleeve shirt, a black choker, and what may be an underbust corset.
Perhaps as part of her waitressing, she is mostly indifferent, evidenced by her deadpan response to Daphne's complaint about the food and her subsequent revelation about how they've had to take food discarded from other restaurants due to their own supply being attacked and destroyed. She does act stern, though, being aware of Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers's large appetite, and eventually put an end to them taking advantage of "All You Can Gorge" night. However, she is also open-minded, as she willingly observed how Shaggy and Scooby "inhale" their food out of curiosity, though immediately remarked that the two had too much free time. She also does not seem to be adverse to physical contact, as she did not react to Shaggy touching her shoulder during his and Scooby's "inhaling" demonstration.
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
She was affected by Aphrodite's love spell, falling in love with a mustached man. After it was discovered the gang were no longer affected, Fred Jones, Sr. let out an "unearthly yowl" to alert everyone, and she came to attack them.
She was waiting for Daphne and Fred Jones, Jr. to come to their table. Shaggy called Fred on the phone that Nightfright was on the loose in Vincent Van Ghoul's house. Daphne told the waitress that she was leaving, who noticed that the former's stomach was gurgling.
The vampire waitress was watching Scooby and Shaggy eating dinner and she told them that it was the last order, but Shaggy told her to keep feeding him and Scooby, because it was "All You Can Gorge Night" and Scooby just gobbled up everything.
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- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
- She resembles Abby Sciuto played by Pauley Perrette in the TV series, NCIS.