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A pizza delivery boy fails to the importance of Scrappy, so the only thing to do is take this misguided youth on a mystery to learn how great Scrappy-Doo really is.
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- Pizza guy (single appearance)
- Pizza delivery guy's mother (only time mentioned)
- Sam Harstone (single appearance)
- Sherlock Holmes (poster)(cameo)
- Policeman (single appearance)
- Policewoman (single appearance)(no lines)
- Mystery Inc. (mentioned)
- Pizza van
- The Mystery Machine (mentioned)
|Sally Harstone as the zombie||Scare away all the buyers of Harstone Mansion to get back her ex-husband.|
The following credits try to match how they are displayed in the comic as much as possible:
- Terry Collins - Writer
- John Delaney - Pencils
- Mike DeCarlo - Inks
- Dave Tanguay - Colors
- Phil Felix - Letters
- Harvey Richards - Assists
- Dana Kurtin - Edits
- DC Comics were decidedly against Scrappy in the beginning, but for whatever reason changed their minds.
- Daphne, Fred, and Velma are absent, as per the TV series Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (second series).
- This is more tongue in the cheek of Scrappy than the flat out disdain of him in Cartoon Network's own bumpers.
- This is alluded to by Scrappy referring to the pizza boy as part of the "Gen X" guys that disrespect him.
- Another reason this is also unique because it depicts a divorced couple.
- Disguises: None.
- Scooby Snacks bribe: 0.
- "Ruh-roh" count: 0.
- "Zoinks" count: 1.
- "Puppy power" count: 3 (2 from Scrappy, 1 from pizza guy)
- "Splat" count: 1.
- Kurtin Avenue is named after the editor, Dana Kurtin.
- There's a poster of Sherlock Holmes and Hamlet in the basement.
- None known.
Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities
- None known.