Talk:List of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episodes

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Plot hole[edit]

  • 1/2 When Velma reads Science book-the title "Biology" is on the outside back cover instead of the front; Fred; Daphne; Velma are trapped in old shipwreck-villain outside slams door shut-yet Fred tries to open it by pulling door from the inside & when Shaggy crashes through door to rescue Fred/Daphne/Velma they cause door to open inside-not outside as it would have opened {in real life!}; also when Shaggy accidentally opens secret cave door-his hair is yellow like Fred-instead of brown!
  • 1/5 Aztec were from Mexico-not US; villain is caught but not accomplice; villain is in room when gang plans trap-yet he is surprised to find Scooby-doo as a decoy!
  • 1/6 Kidnapped Sharon Weatherby is in secret room-how did gang find her at the end? She also remarks she knows her uncle wasn't old when his wig blew off-yet she is surprised when his disguise is removed. She also asks why he did it-yet he remarks (as villain} to Scooby Doo gang that he is going trade Sharon for Weatherby fortune!
  • 1/7 Actor playing "Uncle Maxwell" is same actor playing sheriff in 1.13!
  • 1/9 Villain chases Scooby-doo gang into tunnel-door accidentally locks behind them and can't be opened-yet when gang tries to open trapdoor above them-villain tries to keep trapdoor closed. How did he get out with both entrances blocked?
  • 1/13 errors is Blake falling through trapdoor-dust indicates she falls backwards straight down-yet door opens sideways!
  • 1/15 Actor playing "Mr Farmer" appears in 2/22 as a villian! —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:43, 28 September 2008 (UTC)
  • 1/17 Error shows main villain being caught and later handed to Police with his accomplice-yet never shown accomplice being caught!

Loopy Link[edit]

All the episode links seem to link back to this page. Lots42 03:39, 23 October 2007 (UTC)

Short plot[edit]

Plot is too short. I suggested to work on that or write page for every episode. See on Scooby Doo Where Are You!. That's Croatian wikipedia. I do all of that.On episode What a Night For a Knight Crni vitez means Black knight, Duh means ghost, fantom means phantom...--B.B.vid (talk) 21:18, 28 March 2008 (UTC)

The plot summaries are of a very decent length, given the subject matter. Every episode of the original Scooby-Doo, Where are You! is virtually the same plot-wise. It defies good common sense to write separate Wikipedia articles on each episode, especially when such content would be reduced to fancrufty recitals of each episode's plot. I've had such articles deleted in the past, and will continue to have them deleted. --FuriousFreddy (talk) 01:24, 29 March 2008 (UTC)

Remove Plots?[edit]

I'm not sure on your thoughts about this, but I suggest we either eleminate the plots for these episodes, or rewrite them. (talk) 21:58, 5 July 2008 (UTC)

Merge Articles?[edit]

I suggest we merge the List of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episodes along with episodes from The Scooby-Doo Show to create a single article of "Classic Scooby-Doo episodes". I have created a preview of how this might look on --. If needed, we can add a small plot to each episode. Please tell me your thoughts on this. Thanks again.Laisinteresting (talk) 13:30, 7 June 2008 (UTC)

Episode order[edit]

Why is episode 3 before episode 2? Griffinofwales (talk) 23:29, 9 October 2009 (UTC)

It looks like the list is sorted by production code instead of "SD" episode #. I'm not sure what the "SD-#" codes represent. It is confusing that the second item on the list says "All subsequent first season episodes open with Marks' version of the theme.", but the third item says "The original opening credits sequence for this episode used Hoyt Curtin's instrumental theme...." Seitz (talk) 16:27, 27 March 2010 (UTC)

List of Live action films[edit]

There is a bogus film in there, two No. 3s (2007), and an unconfirmed no 5 which is actually linking to No' 3 - idk how to alter the tempate. -- Piandao  10:53, 1 March 2010 (UTC)

Season 3 episodes[edit]

I think this is the list.

# Episode title Villain Identity Original airdate Plot
SDAS-1 "Watch Out! The Willawaw!" 1 The Willawaw and The Owlmen A hot-air balloon operated by Gray Fox and two unnamed henchmen September 9, 1978 Velma gets asked by her uncle Dave to visit. But while visiting, they find out that he's vanished. Then, they encountered the legendary Willawaw and two Owlmen who may be responsible for uncle Dave's disappearance. Legend has it if an owl calls your name, you'll be the next victim the Willawaw claims.
SDAS-2 "A Creepy Tangle in the Bermuda Triangle" 1 The Skeleton Men of Diablos Island and the UFO Dr. Grimsley, two unnamed henchmen and a holographic projection September 16, 1978 While on a boat flowing down the Gulf Stream, the gang finds a flying saucer, hi-jacking airplanes. So as they crash on Diablo Island, they encounter the Skeleton Men.
SDAS-3 "A Scary Night With a Snow Beast Fright" 1 The SnowBeast A robot operated by Batiste September 23, 1978 After being invited by Professor Krueger at the North Pole, the gang finds out he's been captured. After encountering an Eskimo named Chief Minook, he gets captured as well. The gang soon discovered the Snow Beast. As legend of the Eskimos has it, the Snow Beast will come and get you if you live on their sacred land. Is this real or is it a cover up for a plan?
SDAS-4 "To Switch a Witch" 1 The Ghost Witch of Old Salem Arlene's twin sister September 30, 1978 On Halloween night, the New England town of Salem is being haunted by the witch of Melissa Wilcox, who was burned at the stake in 1778. While visiting their friend Arlene Wilcox, they find out the town is out to get her and make her confess that she's a witch. As Shaggy and Scooby prepare for Halloween, they encounter the witch and find out she looks a lot like Arlene, finding out that she is a descendant of hers.
SDAS-5 "The Tar Monster" 1 The Tar Monster Stoner October 7, 1978 The gang goes to the ancient city of Byzantius in Turkey. On the way there, they met the Tar Monster, who frightens the native workers away while opening the inner sanctum.
SDAS-6 "A Highland Fling With a Monstrous Thing" 1 The Ghost of Finnyan McDuff and The Loch Ness Monster Jamie Kragnor and a submarine October 14, 1978 The gang travels to Scotland to visit their friend Aggie MacDuff. She says people have left her castle in fear of seeing a ghost. She says that the ghost is her great-grandfather. It seems the ghost plays bagpipes to call on the Loch Ness Monster to help him scare people away from the castle.
SDAS-7 "The Creepy Case Of Old Iron Face" Old Ironface Mama Miones October 21, 1978 As the gang goes water-skiing, they encounter Old Iron Face. He's said to be a prisoner on Skull Island, and now he haunts it. The gang discovers Captain Morgan's disappearance and they go to Skull Island to find him.
SDAS-8 "Jeepers, It's the Jaguaro" The Jaguaro Barney October 28, 1978 Scooby and the plane crew crash in the Brazilian jungle of Jaguaro. As the gang looks around, they meet Barney, a man who's making a movie about the worships of Jaguaro. Soon thereafter, they meet the Jaguaro, a half cat-gorilla creature.
SDAS-9 "Make A Beeline Away From That Feline"4 The Cat Creature Dr. Bell November 4, 1978 While in New York City, the gang is about to visit Daphne's Aunt Olivia Dervy. Upon visiting her, the gang comes across a jewelry store that has just been robbed. Shaggy witnessed a vicious cat creature robbing the store. But as the gang goes to visit Daphne's aunt, she said a strange unexpected package arrived at her door that had a cat medallion. She believes that every night, she turns into the cat creature, the same cat creature that has said to have robbed the jewelry store.
SDAS-10 "The Creepy Creature of Vulture's Claw" The Mantis Creature of Vulture's Claw Professor Greer November 11, 1978 The gang visits their friend Professor Greer at Vulture's Claw Botanical Gardens. Soon they discover a creature who is roaming around the place, so it's up to the gang to solve the mystery before it's too late.
SDAS-11 "The Diabolical Disc Demon" The Disc Demon Ace Decade November 18, 1978 The gang goes to Decade Records recording studio to see a live recording from their friend Jimmy Lewis. But the building is haunted by the Diabolical Disc Demon. He seems to want a half-finished song by a missing writer and will stop at nothing until he gets it. The gang must find the missing writer and solve the mystery before it's too late.
SDAS-12 "Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper" The Moon Monster Uncle Chin November 25, 1978 The Gang goes to visit their friend Kim in China. Kim receives his inheritance, but he and the gang encounter the Moon Monster. Legend has it that if you get caught in his shadow, you turn into stone.
SDAS-13 "A Menace in Venice"² The Ghostly Gondolier Mario December 2, 1978 The Gang goes to visit their friend Antonio in Venice. They soon discover the Ghostly Gondolier, who wants a necklace Antonio's wearing. Daphne is given a similar necklace by Antonio and both end up captured, so it's up to Scooby, Shaggy, Fred and Velma to save them.
SDAS-14 "Don't Go Near the Fortress of Fear" The Ghost of General Juan Carlos Captain Eddy December 9, 1978 As the gang goes to Puerto Rico, they soon discover the ghost of General Juan Carlos who wants the kids far away from his fortress as soon as possible.
SDAS-15 "The Warlock of Wimbledon"² Anthos the Warlock and his Hound Nick and John as the two Warlocks December 16, 1978 Going to England for Wimbledon to see their friend, tennis star Jimmy Pelton, the gang soon encounter Anthos the Warlock and his hound who tell Jimmy to forfeit the tournament or pay the price.
SDAS-16 "The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake" 2, 3 The Beast of Bottomless Lake Julie December 23, 1978 In Canada on a fishing trip, the gang soon encounters a beast who lives under the lake who scares all the village folks away and he wants the gang to stay away too. So the gang goes under the lake to see what this beast is up to.

I hate to tell you, but here is some problems:

  1. These episodes were originally broadcast not as part of the 10:00 AM EST Scooby's All-Stars block (which originally aired first and second season reruns), but at 8:00 AM under the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! name and utilizing the original 1969 opening credits. This earlier broadcast was canceled after "A Highland Fling With a Monstrous Thing", and the remaining ten third-season episodes were aired during the Scooby's All-Stars block.
  1. These three episodes were, for reasons unknown, never syndicated, and after this last season would not be seen until a decade later, on cable
  1. Following the final first-run episode on December 23, reruns of the first two seasons were broadcast alongside reruns from the third season.
  1. Also known as "Who Was That Cat Burglar I Saw You With Last Night."



The episode Spooky Space Kook is listed as airing before the episode Go Away Ghost Ship, the latter is listed as episode 14 instead 15. Should this be changed? — Preceding unsigned comment added by FlamingEagle (talkcontribs) 02:55, 31 May 2014 (UTC)