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This article is about the Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated of Scrappy. For other incarnations, see Scrappy-Doo (disambiguation).

Scrappy-Doo is a mysterious figure from Mystery Incorporated's past, with a seeming, yet unclear connection to Scooby-Doo. A statue of Scrappy-Doo is on display in the Crystal Cove Spook Museum alongside the display of the town's famous criminals, ghosts and monsters.

Physical appearance

From his exhibit, he resembles a Great Dane puppy. His fur is brown and has a black nose. He wears a blue collar and a diamond-shaped ID tag.

Skills and abilities

He can stand on his hind legs.

History

Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Season one

While on her date with Fred Jones, Jr. at the Crystal Cove Spook Museum, Daphne Blake was stunned to see Scrappy as a part of the exhibits. She began to reminisce about him, but Fred quickly interrupted her and led her away from the display, reminding her that they swore never to talk of him again.[1]

Appearances

Scrappy-Doo concept art.

Notes/trivia

  • While likely, his status as Scooby-Doo's nephew is not confirmed.
  • Similar to Flim-Flam, who also appears in The Siren's Song, the brief appearance of Scrappy-Doo in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated is one of the only appearances of the character anywhere in the Scooby-Doo franchise since the 1980s. While Scrappy-Doo's introduction and dominance in the 1980's was responsible for saving Scooby from poor ratings and possible cancellation, the character is now viewed negatively by many in the Scooby community. Fred's statement that "we all promised each other that we would never speak of him, not ever" is likely intended as a fourth-wall breaking acknowledgement of Scrappy's exclusion from Scooby media.[1]

References

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