A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
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Creator/Developer Joe Ruby
Ken Spears
Tom Ruegger
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Country(s) of origin United States
Original run September 10, 1988 - August 17, 1991
Genre(s) Comedy
Episodes featuring expansion 2/30
Expansion instances 2
Expansion types featured Stuffing
Weight gain

A Pup Named Scooby-Doo is a cartoon series created by Tom Ruegger as the eight incarnation of the Scooby-Doo cartoon, airing from September 1988 to August 1991. Like numerous cartoon spin-offs at the time, the show de-ages the original characters to children while adding a more comic, traditional cartoon style to the series akin to Tex Avery and Bob Clampett, as well as self-parody on the whole franchise.

Wanted Cheddar Alive (S01E04)

Scooby reveals who the Cheddar Cheese Monster is when he eats the cheese off of his body.

For Letter or Worse (S01E05)

Scooby devours a full truckload of Scooby Snacks he given to work up the nerve to enter a supposedly haunted TV station, causing him to become stuffed and fat, even turning into an ad blimp as part of a gag. He stays like this until he sees the Ghost Al Cabone, scaring him so much that he deflates back into shape.

Scooby Dude (S1EP9)

Robopup (S1E12)

The Story Stick (S1E11)

Curse of the Collar(S2E1)

The Wrath of Waitro (S04E02c)

Scooby and Shaggy feast on everything at Le Gunque Food.

Later, in their story, the two are trapped in a giant bowl of fudge by Waitro, but eat it all to escape.

(Comics) Daphne has Risen from the Grave

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