What’s New Scooby Doo Episode Guide

This is an episode guide for What's New Scooby Doo? The episodes are listed in the order of their airing. There isĀ  or soon will be a link to a detailed episode guide and synopsis for each.

This series began in 2002 and aired through 2005. It is a treat for fans because it is closest to the original series in character age, story lines, and all around good humor.

This series is very clever in it's episode titles and features a group of recurring characters. Unlike Scooby Dum or Scrappy Doo, these characters are enjoyable and do not detract from the show. Recurring characters include the Hex Girls (Luna, Thorn, and Dusk) who appear in both Scooby Doo movies and at least one episode in this series. Other recurring characters are Melborne O'Reilly, J.J. Hakimoto, and Gibby Norton.

  1. There's No Creature Like Snow Creature

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  6. Riva Ras Regas

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  9. She Sees Sea Monster at the Sea Shore

  10. Toy Scary Boo

  11. Lights, Camera, Mayhem

  12. Pompeii and Circumstance

  13. The Unnatural

  14. Ho! Ho! Horrors

  15. High Tech House of Horrors

  16. Large Dragon at Large

  17. Mummy Scares Best

  18. Big Appetite in Little Tokyo

  19. The Fast and the Wormious

  20. Homeward Hound

  21. The Vampire Strikes Back

  22. It's all Greek to Scooby

  23. Recipe for Disaster

  24. New Mexico, Old Monster

  25. Simple Plan and the Invisible Man

  26. Uncle Scooby and Antarctica

  27. The San Franpsycho

  28. Fright House of a Lighthouse

  29. Go West, Young Scoob

  30. Wrestle Maniacs

  31. Ready to Scare

  32. Farmed and Dangerous

  33. Diamonds are a Ghoul's Best Friend

  34. A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Clown

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  36. Block Long Hong Kong Terror

  37. Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters