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Season 1

Episode 1: "Revenge of the Swamp Monster!"

Episode 2: "A Mystery-Solving Gang Divided!"


Episode 3: "Peebles' Pet Shop of Terrible Terrors!"

  • Shaggy is bitten by a bulldog that looks just like Bandit from Jonny Quest.
  • Magilla Gorilla forming a friendship with the kitten Mr. Jones is a reference to Koko the gorilla.

Episode 4: "Elementary, My Dear Shaggy!"


Episode 5: "Ollie Ollie In-Come Free!"

Episode 6: "The Scooby of a Thousand Faces!"

Episode 7: "The Cursed Cabinet of Professor Madds Markson!"

Episode 8: "When Urkel-Bots Go Bad!"

Episode 9: "The Fastest Fast Food Fiend!"

Episode 10: "Attack of the Weird Al-losaurus!"

Episode 11: "Now You Sia, Now You Don't!"

Episode 12: "Quit Clowning!"

Episode 13: "What a Night for a Dark Night!"

Episode 14: "The Nightmare Ghost of Psychic U!"

Episode 15: "The Sword, the Fox, and the Scooby-Doo!"

  • Several to "Star Wars" from Shaggy and Scooby-Doo using fish as Lightsabers to one of the trashcans in the backgrounds looking like R2D2, likely due to the fact that Luke Skywalker is the guest of the day in the episode.
    • Another one to Star Wars is the various photographs Shaggy keeps having Mark sign. They are all done to look like paintings, just like the classic movie posters for the franchise before Disney acquired it.
  • The fur pattern on the fox monster is reminiscent of the eponymous creature from My Neighbor Totoro.
  • The first attempt to capture the fox monster is a reference to the Japanese story of Kiyohime.

Episode 16: "One Minute Mysteries!"

Episode 17: "Hollywood Knights!"

Episode 18: "The New York Underground!"

  • The Scooby-Dooby Doors scene includes a reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. At some point in this scene, which is set in the sewers, the Gator Man Monster is seen running away from Mystery Inc. and Halsey, who are all wearing red ninja headbands. Scooby, Halsey, Velma, and Fred are wielding a nunchaku, a pair of katana, a pair of sai, and a respectively, while Shaggy uses a skateboard and is eating a slice of pizza, all of which are trademarks of the Ninja Turtles.

Episode 19: "Fear of the Fire Beast!"

Episode 20: "Too Many Dummies!"

  • The gang stays at a creepy motel with a mansion in the background that looks suspiciously like the Bates house.
  • The evil dummy is designed to look like The Joker, and seems to be channeling Paul Lynde for his voice.

Episode 21: "Dance Matron of Mayhem!"

Episode 22: "The Wedding Witch of Wainsly Hall!"

Episode 23: "A Run Cycle Through Time!"

  • When Scooby-Doo and Shaggy spotted a Giant Banana in the future, they say the following:
    Shaggy: Come on, Scoob, I think it's time we went-
    Scooby-Doo: Snack to the Future!

Episode 24: "I Put a Hex on You!"

  • The episode title likely refers to the song "I Put a Spell on You" (particularly as performed by another female trio).
  • When Thorn greets the delivery man, she says, "Welcome to our nightmare," a reference to Alice Cooper.
  • Thorn's bat necklace was redesigned slightly to resemble the red bat emblem from Batman Beyond.
  • When trying to stall for time, Scooby Doo goes out on stage and says "Hello, Cleveland!"

Episode 25: "The High School Wolfmans Musical Lament!"

  • While more of a Take That! than a Shout-Out, during the song "Diners for Dinner, Dinner for Diners". "Christian Slater" says "I love hearing a dog talk, and you know i don't mean Scrappy."
  • The dance Velma does in the final song is a homage to "Red Hot Riding Hood"

Episode 26: "Space Station Scooby!"

Season 2

Episode 1: The Phantom, the Talking Dog and the Hot, Hot, Hot Sauce

Episode 2: The Last Inmate

Episode 3: The Horrible Haunted Hospital of Dr. Phineas Phrag

Episode 4: The Hot Hot Dog

Episode 5: A Movable Mystery

Episode 6: The Feast of Dr. Frankenfooder

Episode 7: A Fashion Nightmare

Episode 8: Scooby on Ice

Episode 9: Caveman on the Half-pipe

Episode 10: The Crown Jewel of Boxing

Episode 11: The Internet on Haunted House Hill

Episode 12: The 7th Inning Scare

Episode 13: The Dreaded Remake of Jekyll and Hyde

Episode 18: The Tao of Scoob


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