About


I grew up watching the original Scooby Doo and I loved it as a kid, it was a Saturday morning cartoon ritual. Over the years, I out grew Scooby Doo, or at least I thought I did.

I now have two boys, the oldest is 3.  Quite by accident, my oldest son saw an episode of Scooby Doo when he was a little over two.  That episode was Go Away Ghost Ship.   From that very first episode, he could not stop talking about Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne, Velma and Fred.  He wanted to watch Scooby Doo constantly and he wanted Daddy to watch it with him.  It became our night time ritual.

I soon rediscovered the fun and humor of the show that I enjoyed as a kid.  I also learned to appreciate the lack of real violence and the lack of inappropriate language.  In the hundreds of episodes, you will find little or no fighting, guns, or inappropriate language.  What little is shown is so comical that it is almost nonexistent.  If you have watched the show, you know what a mean.  A fight is usually just a ball of dust.

In addition to the time spent with my son, I have also noticed other benefits.  He is not afraid of the dark or monsters like other kids his age.  When his friends are over and anything is said about a monster, my son gets out his flash and wants to set a trap.

That is why I love Scooby Doo.

This is a Scooby Doo fan site and I hope to be the best one on the internet.  Scooby Doo and characters are trademarks and copyrights of Hanna Barbera and Warner Brothers.  This website is NOT affiliated with Scooby Doo, Hanna Barbera, or Warner Brothers.  The site pulls together information and products related to the show and puts it in one convenient forum.

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