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This article is about the episode. For the gang, see Wild Brood.

The Wild Brood is the fifteenth episode of the first season of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated.


The "Wild Brood" (a gang of bikers that look like Orcs) comes to Crystal Cove. They seem to be peaceful, but when the Crystal Cove Armory is broken into, the bikers are suspected.


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Main characters:

Supporting characters:


Other characters:

  • Spankers (single appearance)(no lines)
  • Harassed patron (single appearance)
  • Bartender (single appearance)
  • Willard
  • Guard 2
  • Engineer (single appearance)(no lines)





Suspect Motive/reason
Wild Brood The security videos shows a shadow figure in an orc biker costume.


Culprit Motive/reason
Maxwell as the Shadowy Orc For revenge on his bosses for treating him unfairly.


Frank Welker Scooby-Doo
Fred Jones, Jr.
Matthew Lillard Shaggy Rogers
Grey DeLisle Daphne Blake
Female patron
Mindy Cohn Velma Dinkley
Gary Cole Mayor Fred Jones, Sr.
Guard 2
Patrick Warburton Sheriff Bronson Stone
Lewis Black Mr. E
Chris Hardwick Maxwell
Spankers chief
Shadowy Orc
Troy Baker Krod
James Hong Chen
Phil Idrissi Gabtraf
Ben McKenzie Odnarb
Kevin M. Richardson Foog
Guard 1



  • Except for Odnarb, all of the Wild Brood's names are backwards for something less cool, playing on who they really are, such as "dork", "fartbag" and "goof."
  • Shadowy Orc's name comes from the credits.

Cultural references

  • The episode's title "The Wild Brood" is a parody of The Wild One starring Marlon Brando.
    • Odnarb is "Brando" backwards, and he talks like Brando.
  • The name of the episode could also be a play on The Wild Bunch, a 1969 western about a gang of outlaws, but the parallels to the Brando movie are much stronger.
  • The runaway train scene appears to be a parody of the train scene on Back to the Future III; the scene of the runaway locomotive derailing off the damaged trestle and graphically exploding among impact resembles the train explosion from the same movie.
  • The word swordfish, as a password, refers to a password used first in the 1932 Marx Brothers movie Horse Feathers. The password has since been used in films, TV series, books and videogames.

Animation mistakes and/or technical glitches

  • None known.

Inconsistencies/continuity errors and/or goofs/oddities

  • Willard is the first guard to appear in the episode, yet is credited as "Guard #2".

In other languages

Languages Name Meaning

Η Άγρια Γενιά (Star TV Dub)

Άγρια Γενιά (Boomerang TV Dub)

The Wild Brood (Star TV Dub)

Wild Brood (Boomerang TV Dub)

Hungarian A Wild Brood banda The Wild Brood Band
Italian Le Belle E Le Bestie The Beauties And The Beasts
Polish Dziki ród The Wild brood
Turkish Vahşi Aile Wild Family

Home media


Velma: (To Shaggy) As a former boyfriend you have officially lost 'arms around the shoulders' privileges. Got it?

External links

  • TBA

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