History Fridge / ScoobyDoo

22nd Aug '16 8:19:04 PM Homemaderat
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*** There's also Shaggy's ''maternal'' uncle Albert Shaggleford from ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue''.

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*** There's also Shaggy's ''maternal'' uncle Albert Shaggleford from ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue''.''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue'' if you count that.



** If we also take comics into this Shaggy's tree gets filled in a little more. He has a great-uncle Henry Rogers (probably Nat's brother), another Uncle Salty, and a cousin Stetson Rogers that would either be Gaggy or Salty's son.
** On the mother side, he has a distant cousin in Rudolph Igotcha. Three more Uncles in Olaf, Shug and Shoogy (if they are southerners this makes plenty of sense and explains where Maggie's Shuggie nickname may also be passed on)
** Lastly Shaggy has a cousin Jamison Willikers who had a family of his own with a great grandfather in a picture. However one would assume Shaggy's mother had another sibling who married into the Willikers then that being Shaggy's relation.

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** If we also take DC comics into this Shaggy's tree gets filled in a little more. He has a great-uncle Henry Rogers (probably Nat's brother), another Uncle Salty, and a cousin Stetson Rogers that would either be Gaggy or Salty's son.
** On the mother side, he has a distant cousin in Rudolph Igotcha. Three three more Uncles in Olaf, Zooty, Shug and Shoogy (if they are southerners this makes plenty of sense and explains where Maggie's Shuggie nickname may also be passed on)
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on) and Shaggy has a cousin Jamison Willikers who had a family of his own with a great grandfather in a picture. However one would assume Shaggy's mother had another sibling who married into the Willikers then that being Shaggy's relation.relation.
** Other comic series add a few more but it is specifically the DC comics that easily played into this kind of fridge logic.
6th Feb '16 5:19:18 PM chloelee12
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* Shaggy being a BigEater makes a lot of sense for the versions that are vegetarians. Despite common knowledge it is actually recommended to people who are vegetarians that they should eat 3-5 times more vegetables/fruits/substitutes than non-vegetarians do in order to keep a healthy body weight since meats (among other relating factors) take a lot longer to digest than green-foods.
30th Dec '15 2:36:44 PM TitoMosquito
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** In Scrappy and Yabba Doo, Scrappy calls Yabba his Uncle to, so Yabba Doo must be Scooby and Ruby's younger brother born after their litter

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** In Scrappy ''Scrappy and Yabba Doo, Doo'', Scrappy calls Yabba his Uncle to, so Yabba Doo must be Scooby and Ruby's younger brother born after their litter



** Rogers being the family name, allows us to assume Gaggy Rogers is Mr. Roger's brother. And they must be descended from McBaggy Rogers who came over on the Mayflower.
** In New Scooby Movies, we meet Shaggy's Great Uncle Nathaniel. Who was a sibling to one of Shaggy's grandparents. He lives in New England and lives in a home of ansestral items. This heavily implies he too is a McBaggy descendent.

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** Rogers being the family name, allows us to assume Gaggy Rogers is Mr. Roger's brother. And they must be descended from McBaggy [=McBaggy=] Rogers who came over on the Mayflower.
** In New Scooby Movies, ''New Scooby-Doo Movies'', we meet Shaggy's Great Uncle Nathaniel. Who was a sibling to one of Shaggy's grandparents. He lives in New England and lives in a home of ansestral items. This heavily implies he too is a McBaggy [=McBaggy=] descendent.



*** There's also Shaggy's ''maternal'' uncle Albert Shaggleford from ''WesternAnimation/ShaggyAndScoobyDooGetAClue''.



** In Boo Brothers we have Uncle Beauregard. Given he was in the civil war he is more than likely a Great-Uncle or Great-Great-Uncle to Shaggy on his mother's side. Which means more than likley while his father's side settled in New England, the descendents of Shaggy the first settled in the south as witnessed by him and Betty Lou. Shagworthy would move a family castle to New England as well, but at that point he may also have wanted to move closer to his sister, Shaggy's mother.

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** In Boo Brothers ''Boo Brothers'' we have Uncle Beauregard. Given he was in the civil war he is more than likely a Great-Uncle or Great-Great-Uncle to Shaggy on his mother's side. Which means more than likley while his father's side settled in New England, the descendents of Shaggy the first settled in the south as witnessed by him and Betty Lou. Shagworthy would move a family castle to New England as well, but at that point he may also have wanted to move closer to his sister, Shaggy's mother.
26th Aug '15 3:03:27 PM tvinsomne
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* Shaggy and Scooby are always hungry because they're the ones running scared of all kind of dangers the gang meet every time. Therefore, that amount of daily workout exercise requires a corresponding food consumption.
2nd Aug '15 8:30:46 PM MechWarrior
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* In ''Scooby-Doo'', while the Hex Girls perform [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome some spectacular music]] [[AnimationAgeGhetto for something aimed at kids]], their lyrics usually seemed to be set on either StylisticSuck or SoBadItsGood. The reason is given in ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc Mystery Incorporated]]'' (albeit for an AlternateContinuity): [[spoiler:Their manager, a former rock star whose career fell as the band's careers rose, did it intentionally to sabotage them]]. - Tropers/MetalShadowX

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* In ''Scooby-Doo'', while the Hex Girls perform [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic some spectacular music]] [[AnimationAgeGhetto for something aimed at kids]], their lyrics usually seemed to be set on either StylisticSuck or SoBadItsGood. The reason is given in ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc Mystery Incorporated]]'' (albeit for an AlternateContinuity): [[spoiler:Their manager, a former rock star whose career fell as the band's careers rose, did it intentionally to sabotage them]]. - Tropers/MetalShadowX
6th Jun '15 12:58:32 PM dmcreif
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** ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' gives another disturbing take on the series as whole, with their list of "Six Classic Kids Shows Secretly Set in Nightmarish Universes" http://www.cracked.com/article_19496_6-classic-kids-shows-secretly-set-in-nightmarish-universes.html

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** ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' gives another disturbing take on the series as whole, with their list of "Six Classic Kids Shows Secretly Set in Nightmarish Universes" http://www.[[http://www.cracked.com/article_19496_6-classic-kids-shows-secretly-set-in-nightmarish-universes.htmlhtml here]].



* Something that ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' noted is that almost every locale on the show looks like it's a place where the economy has just taken a nosedive. Even their nice "vacation" spots look like bad neighborhoods in Detroit. In the first 25 episodes of the original show, they come across four deserted mansions, two abandoned castles and an empty ski resort, amusement park, ghost town, mine, Hawaiian village, airfield and mill. And of the 27 villains the gang meets, ''twenty three'' of them are motivated by monetary gain via theft, smuggling or land speculation. They don't run into domestic disputes or drug-related crimes. They deal exclusively with people who are so desperate for money that they voluntarily squat in the basements of abandoned houses for the off-chance of landing a paycheck. And if the villains don't need money, they need work. The remaining four motives that aren't monetary are: winning a dog show, getting an acting gig, revenge for getting fired and a hatred of robots.

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* Something that ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' noted is once that almost every locale on the show looks like it's a place where out of the economy has just taken a nosedive. Great Depression. Even their nice "vacation" spots look like bad neighborhoods in Detroit. the worst parts of crime-ridden Detroit or Camden, New Jersey. In the first 25 episodes of the original show, they come across across: four deserted mansions, two abandoned castles and an empty ski resort, amusement park, ghost town, mine, Hawaiian village, airfield and mill. And of the 27 villains the gang meets, ''twenty three'' of them are motivated by monetary gain via theft, smuggling or land speculation. They don't run into domestic disputes or drug-related crimes. They deal exclusively with people who are so desperate for money that they voluntarily squat in the basements of abandoned houses for the off-chance of landing a paycheck. And if the villains don't need money, they need work. The remaining four motives that aren't monetary are: winning a dog show, getting an acting gig, revenge for getting fired and a hatred of robots.
6th Jun '15 12:57:10 PM dmcreif
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* Something that ''Website/{{Cracked}}'' noted is that almost every locale on the show looks like it's a place where the economy has just taken a nosedive. Even their nice "vacation" spots look like bad neighborhoods in Detroit. In the first 25 episodes of the original show, they come across four deserted mansions, two abandoned castles and an empty ski resort, amusement park, ghost town, mine, Hawaiian village, airfield and mill. And of the 27 villains the gang meets, ''twenty three'' of them are motivated by monetary gain via theft, smuggling or land speculation. They don't run into domestic disputes or drug-related crimes. They deal exclusively with people who are so desperate for money that they voluntarily squat in the basements of abandoned houses for the off-chance of landing a paycheck. And if the villains don't need money, they need work. The remaining four motives that aren't monetary are: winning a dog show, getting an acting gig, revenge for getting fired and a hatred of robots.
**Adding to this, many of these villains [[CutLexLuthorACheck have the uncanny ability to manufacture realistic monster costumes, project full-scale holograms and carve out high-tech hideouts in abandoned mineshafts. Many of them already had impressive vocational skills prior to their criminal lives -- three of the villains were PhDs, two were lawyers, one had the ability to produce near-identical forged paintings, one could repair boats, one was a magician, one was a stuntman and one could hypnotize people.]]
3rd May '15 7:26:29 AM Sterski
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* Something I thought about when reading the EvilCounterpart trope page and noticed the ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc Mystery Inc]]'' entry. After reading that, I thought about what other similarities members of Mystery Inc had with their predecessors when I thought of what makes Ricky into Shaggy's EvilCounterpart more subtly. More obviously, whereas Shaggy's still best pals with Scooby, Ricky and Pericles were pretty much barely on speaking terms, to the point of hating each other's guts for the longest time. The subtle one lies in the fact that Shaggy is pretty much a hippy, or at least looks and acts like one to a point. What's a good evil counterpart for a hippy? How about the CEO of a massive soulless corporation that defiantly doesn't care at all about the environment.

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* Something I thought about when reading the EvilCounterpart trope page and noticed the ''[[ScoobyDooMysteryInc Mystery Inc]]'' entry. After reading that, I thought about what other similarities members of Mystery Inc had with their predecessors when I thought of what makes Ricky into Shaggy's EvilCounterpart more subtly. More obviously, whereas Shaggy's still best pals with Scooby, Ricky and Pericles were pretty much barely on speaking terms, to the point of hating each other's guts for the longest time. The subtle one lies in the fact that Shaggy is pretty much a hippy, or at least looks and acts like one to a point. What's a good evil counterpart for a hippy? How about the CEO of a massive soulless corporation that defiantly definitely doesn't care at all about the environment.
22nd Apr '15 7:02:00 AM Homemaderat
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** If we also take comics into this Shaggy's tree gets filled in a little more. He has a great-uncle Henry Rogers (probably Nat's brother), another Uncle Salty, and a cousin Stetson Rogers that would either be Gaggy or Salty's son.
** On the mother side, he has a distant cousin in Rudolph Igotcha. Three more Uncles in Olaf, Shug and Shoogy (if they are southerners this makes plenty of sense and explains where Maggie's Shuggie nickname may also be passed on)
** Lastly Shaggy has a cousin Jamison Willikers who had a family of his own with a great grandfather in a picture. However one would assume Shaggy's mother had another sibling who married into the Willikers then that being Shaggy's relation.
22nd Apr '15 6:50:13 AM Homemaderat
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* Shaggy's show only family can be too.
** We first meet Shaggy's immediate family in New Scooby and Scrappy, with Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Rogers and his sister Maggie. In A Pup we see them again and learn that Maggie's nickname was Shuggy. She marries a man named Wilfred in that episode.
** Rogers being the family name, allows us to assume Gaggy Rogers is Mr. Roger's brother. And they must be descended from McBaggy Rogers who came over on the Mayflower.
** In New Scooby Movies, we meet Shaggy's Great Uncle Nathaniel. Who was a sibling to one of Shaggy's grandparents. He lives in New England and lives in a home of ansestral items. This heavily implies he too is a McBaggy descendent.
** This is where things get more complicated, as Shaggy's other Uncles must be his mother's siblings. This gives us Uncle Shagworthy, Uncle Fearless Shagaford and Betty-Lou Shagabilly's parent. The problem here lies in what is Shaggy's mother's maiden name. There is nothing to indicate whether Shagworthy is a first or last name. Or if Fearless is a nickname and Shagaford is first name or if his first and last name is actually Fearless Shagaford. Betty Lou's father might be Shaggy's relative making them all Shagabilly, or maybe Betty Lou's mother was Mrs. Rogers sister and married into the Shagabilly family. But it must be one of the three. The "shag" part is a maternal family trait.
** This ties further as we see Shaggy has ancestral routes in Europe, with Shaggy the first. Who is also the cause of Shaggy being destined to become a werewolf. Uncle Shagworthy also imported a family castle over from Europe, so he's clearly also a descendent of Shaggy the first.
** In Boo Brothers we have Uncle Beauregard. Given he was in the civil war he is more than likely a Great-Uncle or Great-Great-Uncle to Shaggy on his mother's side. Which means more than likley while his father's side settled in New England, the descendents of Shaggy the first settled in the south as witnessed by him and Betty Lou. Shagworthy would move a family castle to New England as well, but at that point he may also have wanted to move closer to his sister, Shaggy's mother.
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