Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc. CAST

Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc.
Voice Director: Collette Sunderman

US Premiere: Jul 12, 2010
US Conclusion: Apr 05, 2013

Seasons: 2
Episodes: 52

Animation Studio: Warner Brothers Animation

Popularity: 104th All Time, 196th This Week

Franchise: Scooby-Doo
Characters on BTVA: 352
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said at 7:22 AM on Sun Jan 7 2018
I'm kind of mix on this series it cool and some things but not so good on the characterization of its characters and Fred weird fetish of traps is just cringe
said at 7:38 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
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BOOOOOOOOO! This is NOTHING like the original scooby doo!
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 7:52 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 Care to unpack that for us?
said at 8:01 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@TylerMirage Fred being a hobo, shaggy being sent to the military, have you ever seen any of THAT in scooby doo where are you?
said at 10:47 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 If you want the original show, go watch the original show. That still exists. Just because you don't want change doesn't mean nobody else should have anything new.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 4:14 PM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 Wait, so this show's plot involves Fred being a wandering homeless person and Shaggy's off in the military not helping solve the mysteries?
said at 6:31 PM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 So, you're saying they aren't allowed to change anything, they should keep it the same like they have for nearly 50 years?

In a series as repetitive in formula like Scooby Doo, I'd say this was a very welcome change of pace
said at 1:48 AM on Thu Jun 15 2017
@CatsTuxedo I agree, to be honest this is the only Scooby Doo series that I enjoyed cause it had a story arc and it was more serious and dark still with some comedic moments. Its nice to see something new than seeing the same receptive formula from the past incarnations like Whats new Scooby Doo.
said at 9:47 AM on Mon May 30 2016
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While I do miss the humour "Where Are you?" and "What's new, Scooby Doo?", I do like how this cartoon has more development of the gang.

Not to mention the overall voice cast is a nice versatile mixture.
said at 11:44 PM on Sun Jan 31 2016
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One of my favorite iterations of the Scooby franchise. A little too serious at times, but the animation looked great and the acting was always spot-on. Some really witty easter eggs and pop-culture references throughout too.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 3:56 PM on Sat Apr 5 2014
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I couldn't get into this series, it just took itself WAY to seriously for a Scooby Doo show. I have other complaints as well as how serious t was but I don't think it's a bad show.
My opinion in a nutshell, it's a decent show but a bad Scooby Doo show
said at 11:03 PM on Mon Jan 20 2014
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I really love this show. It's a much more high-tech look at it, which ties in to the modern day, and some parts of the story are epic serious, which I love.
virtual revenger
said at 1:08 PM on Sat Aug 10 2013
I am suprised the Flunky Phantom hadn't been on the show before or Casper, or Hairy Scary or even Schmoo.
said at 12:31 AM on Tue May 14 2013
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Everyone hates on this show for no complete reason. I really just don't understand it. This show was absolutely amazing and really better than the original in my opinion. I was very sad to see it end on April 5, but the ending was bizarre and unimaginable. This show had so many great aspects of it (as the new Scooby-Doo does itself). The character development in this show was superb and EACH character had a distinctive personality. The gang has come a long way, having two definitive characteristics to define themselves, but not a well developed personality as they expressed in this show. The well-written matureness rate of the show and the frightening and grim atmosphere was a great addition. They were actually killing people in this show. Seeing Scooby-Doo be actually scary (like Zombie Island) yet still funny was great. The humor didn't fall flat either (instead of the normal slapping into the wall laughs and giggles) but actual jokes. Not to mention how the creators referenced so many things of the entire franchise, and the original show itself. To be honest, they referenced A LOT of things. Famous horror films like Friday the 13th or Nightmare on Elm Street and characters from Hanna-Barbera making cameos or appearances. In fact, this show was meant to be a prequel to the original Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!. The overarching plot was a terrific and unique addition, but it was awesome. This show overall was just a very fun, suspenseful, and fascinating adventure over the course of three years. I'll always miss you Mystery Incorporated, for being the best you could be, and for touching a lot of people's hearts. Stop hating everyone and show the show some love, or actually give it a chance.
said at 7:21 AM on Mon May 20 2013
@Scooby-Dooby-Doo I just finished watching this the other day and I agree 100% :-)
said at 10:01 PM on Mon May 20 2013
@Scooby-Dooby-Doo I wouldn't say this was my favorite Scooby-Doo show but it was entertaining.
said at 3:08 PM on Mon Aug 19 2013
@Scooby-Dooby-Doo Personally i THINK the ending was rushed and I didn't like it. I liked the rest though.
said at 4:14 PM on Tue Aug 20 2013
@Scooby-Dooby-Doo Sorry didn't meant to put think in all caps.
said at 12:01 AM on Wed Jan 9 2013
Worst show...EVER! Why? oh why did they ruin Scooby Doo?!
said at 12:16 AM on Wed Jan 9 2013
@merrow-fish However, that would imply that there was anything worth "ruining" :P
said at 5:37 AM on Thu Jan 17 2013
@CatsTuxedo seems legit
said at 7:07 PM on Fri May 31 2013
@CatsTuxedo Maybe I gotten use to the original ^^;
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 12:47 PM on Mon Jun 3 2013
@CatsTuxedo Scooby-Doo is one of the longest running and most successful franchises of yea, definitely stuff that is worth it.
said at 1:17 PM on Mon Jun 3 2013
@OptimusSolo Only long-running because the network keeps demanding more of it, like Johnny Test ;)
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 5:16 PM on Mon Jun 3 2013
@CatsTuxedo Um yea cause thats how networks work.... The only way a franchise sticks around and keeps getting re-order/reboots is if people are tuning in. The networks don't have an agenda outside of MAKING MONEY and getting ratings. Hence why tons of shows get cancelled so fast. You can hate on the franchise all you want and share your opinion, that's not a problem. But don't try to act like there are facts to support your claim when they clearly don't exist. A franchise achieves longevity for one reason and one reason only and that is because its successful and people like it and watch it. Bottom line
said at 12:02 AM on Sun Jun 9 2013
@CatsTuxedo Umm, yea.. Do you really think the franchise would still be around after 45+ years if people didn't like it? Kids love it, people love it. Scooby-Doo is iconic.
said at 5:17 PM on Thu Jul 11 2013
@merrow-fish It's certainly more entertaining than any other television series in the franchise in my opinion.
said at 9:14 PM on Wed Sep 4 2013
@Scooby-Dooby-Doo You're [CENSORED] nuts
said at 9:02 AM on Sat Sep 7 2013
@merrow-fish It's more mature and well written. People have their own opinions.
said at 12:15 PM on Mon Nov 11 2013
@CatsTuxedo Chaned networks ver the years plus Hanna Barbera was successful with the original so they made more series featuring their popular characters.
said at 10:46 PM on Tue Oct 30 2012
I should have said this earlier but Evallo Von Meanshrieg sounded like Doofensmiertz. Also The Freak reminded me of The Joker mask wise. Anyone else get that?
said at 3:41 AM on Mon Aug 27 2012
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This show's second season is getting interesting involving a doomsday event. Nibiru.
said at 10:31 PM on Mon Aug 20 2012
 3 Shout Outs!
While it doesn't top the original "Where Are You!?" series, I do applaud it for doing something different, and being memorable and unique enough to stand out on it's own merits. It's at least better than "Get A Clue" (which isn't hard to do, but still something).
said at 11:25 PM on Sun Jul 1 2012
This show is horrible. It's turned into a stupid teen drama anymore. The original plots worked for 43 years. Why did they need to change it? Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera would be ashamed at what it's become.
said at 3:29 AM on Mon Jul 2 2012
@RNB On the contrary, Bill and Joe would be more horrified knowing the show is still alive. As evidenced by a 1984 quote by Joe himself: "I've never understood why the networks keep ordering more episodes of it. What is there to it? A big dumb dog and some teenagers. Every show is the same Goddamn story! It doesn't make sense to me but they can have it as long they want it." (Link:
said at 5:18 PM on Mon Jul 2 2012
@CatsTuxedo That John K guy is a bullsh*tter. Joe loved every cartoon he made. He was the one who came up with putting a dog into Scooby-doo. It was called house of mystery beforehand with just the kids.
said at 6:00 PM on Mon Jul 2 2012
@RNB Any source that says that he actually liked it, let alone loved it? Scooby-Doo was merely the studio's attempt to copy the bland Archies style that Filmation was doing since the media watchdogs were getting on cartoonists' backs over not being "safe" enough. In a fashion, the Archies and Scooby-Doo were catalysts for the Dark Age of Animation that went for two decades and unconsciously attacked individuality through its promotion of "groupthink".
said at 7:15 PM on Mon Jul 2 2012
@CatsTuxedo An interview on a DVD i had. I no longer own it because it got ruined, though.
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 11:46 AM on Wed Jul 4 2012
@CatsTuxedo Wow what a blatantly opinionated statement that can't be back up by any facts ;) - for the last time the 80s was NOT a dark age in animations. The 60s and the 80s were up to this point the two best decades for Animation in history. The 70s were a dark age I agree and the 90s definitely had its low moments but I will NEVER understand your theory on the history of animation lol
said at 12:01 AM on Wed Jan 9 2013
@RNB I agree. Why? oh why did they ruin Scooby Doo?!
said at 11:21 PM on Wed Jan 9 2013
@merrow-fish All the original crew has pretty much died off, like Bill, Joe, Iwao, and a host of others. About the only people left are the actors. So none of the new people have any good ideas, i guess. It's just my theory. I've calmed down a bit about all the new stuff going on. But it did upset me about how CN just failed, and it failed quickly.
said at 11:21 PM on Wed Jan 9 2013
@OptimusSolo So why is that guy a moderator then?
said at 11:53 PM on Wed Jan 9 2013
@RNB Because our opinion on cartoons has no bearing on how competently we do our jobs?
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 4:22 AM on Mon Jan 14 2013
@CatsTuxedo This!! ^^^
said at 10:40 PM on Tue Jan 22 2013
@CatsTuxedo Forget i said it.
said at 10:40 PM on Tue Jan 22 2013
@OptimusSolo Forget i said anything
OptimusSolo (Admin)
said at 10:42 PM on Tue Jan 22 2013
@RNB Gladly ;)
said at 10:43 PM on Tue Jan 22 2013
@OptimusSolo Btw, i'd appreciate it if some could remove the negative comment on the Top 10 Cartoon theme songs of the 80's.
said at 7:34 PM on Thu Jan 24 2013
@OptimusSolo Thank you.
said at 7:06 PM on Fri May 31 2013
@RNB Maybe I stuck to the original ^^:
said at 5:19 PM on Thu Jul 11 2013
@RNB Joe Ruby and Ken Spears certainly saw no problems with it. In fact, they were intending to do this with originating series.
said at 12:27 PM on Fri Oct 7 2011
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best scooby show EVER!!!
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