Scooby-Doo trivia questions and quiz questions

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The "dog-treat/Scooby Snack" gag had been used before in several Hanna-Barbera cartoons, including Quick Draw McGraw and Dastardly and Muttley.
Scooby-Doo appears at times in Cartoon Network's The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy as a character who is described as being in the "wrong show." He has spoken little, some of his lines being, "What am I doin' here, man? I'm just a stinkin' dog!", and "Mandy made fun of the way I talk. I mean look at me! I'm a stinkin' dog!"
The second-season episode of The Venture Bros. entitled ¡Viva los Muertos! features the entire Scooby-Doo cast re-imagined as famous serial killers and radicals. Scooby's analogue, "Groovy", is possessed by a demon and talks only to "Sonny", Shaggy's double, enticing him to commit murder. The pairing is a parody of David Berkowitz, the "Son of Sam", who claimed that his neighbor's dog Harvey was a "high demon" who commanded Berkowitz to kill.
In Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!, Scooby, as well as Shaggy, are not as cowardly as they were in previous series, although in the episode Lightning Strikes Twice, Scooby is shown with a severe case of astraphobia, something he rarely had in the other shows.
The name Scooby-Doo comes from the last line of the Frank Sinatra song "Strangers In The Night", although other singers have used the phrase before Sinatra's song was released.
French names of the characters are different; Velma became Vera and Shaggy Sammy. As for Scooby-Doo his name was first written "Scoubidou" but lately, the original spelling has been used for the series and direct-to-video movies.


Fred trivia

In the original cartoon series and all of its spinoffs (save for A Pup Named Scooby-Doo), Fred is voiced by Frank Welker; the junior high version of Fred featured in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo is voiced by Carl Stevens. Frank Welker instead voiced Fred's uncle, Eddie in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. In Warner Bros.' two live-action Scooby-Doo feature films and the Robot Chicken sketch (which they encounter Jason Voorhees), he is played by Freddie Prinze Jr...
In the Italian dubbing of the series he was renamed (for no apparent reason) "Alan".
The second-season episode of The Venture Bros. entitled ¡Viva los Muertos! features the entire Scooby-Doo cast re-imagined as famous serial killers and radicals. Fred's analogue, "Ted", is charismatic and abusive, à la Ted Bundy, and bullies his companions into driving around in a van and solving nonexistent mysteries. He is also a sadist, as evidenced by his line, "Patty (Daphne), being out of your box isn't a right. It's a privilege. Baby, you don't want to go back in your box, do you?"
Hank Venture of the Venture Bros. is also often seen with hair color (blonde) and clothing matching that of Fred's in the early days of the cartoon (white button-down shirt and orange ascot).

Daphne trivia

According to the trivia quiz on the DVDs in the 'Complete 1st and 2nd Seasons' pack, Daphne's father helped pay for the van the gang drives around in, the psychedelically painted "Mystery Machine."
In the Johnny Bravo cartoon "Bravo Dooby-Doo", while Velma liked Johnny, Daphne was a bit harsh towards him. He offered Daphne a huge dinner plate in one scene and she stomped on his foot, hard. This is in contrast to a spoof commercial featuring a relationship between Johnny and Velma, which Velma ended when Johnny proposed marriage.
The second-season episode of The Venture Bros. entitled ¡Viva los Muertos! features the entire Scooby-Doo cast re-imagined as famous serial killers and radicals. Daphne's analgoue, "Patty", is frightened and submissive, somewhat reminiscent of Patty Hearst.
In an episode of What's New Scooby Doo, Daphne is outraged that a criminal cast a television extra to impersonate her and comments "Was Sarah Michelle Gellar too busy?", making a reference to Gellar playing Daphne in the movies.
Daphne also appears in an episode of "Harvey Birdman Attorney at Law" when Shaggy and Scooby are accused of doing drugs and running from the police. She also appears in the slide show as also being on drugs. She is constantly hit on by Peanut (Birdboy) throughout the episode.
Daphne was voted number 9 in Maxim's list of Hottest Cartoon Babes.


Velma trivia

The junior-high school aged Pup Named Scooby-Doo version of Velma was animated with a rapid walk similar to that of Marvin the Martian. She was also drawn with glasses somewhat as large as her head, and wore the same clothes style as she does when she is older. This younger Velma always carried a suitcase with her (compact size) that holds a gigantic computer. Her surname "Dinkley" was often used in this series (previous series rarely mentioned it). This version of Velma also rarely talked, and usually only spoke with the word "Jinkies!", meaning she had figured something out or had solved the case.
In the Johnny Bravo episode "Bravo Dooby Doo," the Scooby Doo cast meet Johnny, with Velma briefly developing a crush on Johnny, but soon changing her mind by the episode's end; although in an approximately-2004 commercial featuring her, Dexter and him, she seems to resumed her crush. In another commercial, Johnny relates how he and Velma had a whirlwind romance that ended when she rejected his marriage proposal.
Also in "Bravo Dooby Doo," homage is paid to Velma's catchphrase, "Jinkies!" When Johnny and the gang are being chased by the evil gardener Johnny exclaims, "Jinkies," then wonders, "Jinkies, Jinkies. Hey, isn't that a breakfast cereal or something?"
A parody of the Scooby-Doo characters appeared in the 2001 film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. The Velma character (listed in the credits as "Bookish Girl") was portrayed by Jane Silvia. This portrayal implied that Velma was a lesbian.
In Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? Velma is technically one of the villains due to taking on the persona of Cleopatra as part of a hoax she perpetrates during the movie.
Velma is said in the What's New Scooby Doo series to be an avid fan of American ice hockey, and is also revealed to be an accomplished wrestler.
There is an old Cartoon Network commercial showing the gang running late. It reveals a barefoot Velma, looking through her drawers for a pair of her trademark orange socks.
Velma and the gang appear one of the episodes of "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law" where Shaggy and Scooby Doo are accused of doing drugs and running from police. She is also seen in the slide show of how the other gang members appear to be on drugs too.
In one episode of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Lisa Zemo is dressed in Velma's traditional outfit. When Ned Bigby and Billy Loomer run by her she falls, drops her glasses and exclames "My glasses, my glasses, I can't see without my glasses!"


 
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