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Scooby Doo was a popular animated television character on Earth that appeared in a TV series of the same name.

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Rhian Salmond reminded Anji Kapoor of Scooby Doo's Velma. (PROSE: The Book of the Still)

In 2007, Pete Tyler compared the Preachers to "Scooby Doo and the gang," indicating that the series also existed on Pete's World. (TV: The Age of Steel)

Also in 2007, Larry Nightingale, upon visiting Wester Drumlins for the first time, compared the spooky mansion to "Scooby-Doo's house". (TV: Blink)

When Rhys Williams said that Torchwood Three could hide in the back of his van while he drove up to Harries & Harries' headquarters in 2008, Gwen Cooper compared the plan to Scooby-Doo. (TV: Meat)

After unmasking the Hervoken-possessed Jim Tozier, Martha Jones guessed he would say that he "would have got away with it too if it hadn't been for you meddling kids", a typical line for unmasked villains. (PROSE: Forever Autumn) Similarly, when the Eighth Doctor confronted Kai Tobias after exposing his scheme, he said "And I would have gotten away with it." Lucie Miller responded with "...if it weren't for us meddling kids?" (AUDIO: Phobos)

The Eleventh Doctor mentioned Scooby Doo to Rory Williams. (PROSE: Heart of Stone)f

In 2015, "a Scooby" was modern slang that meant "a clue." Andy Hansen used the term when she didn't know how to get home after being transported back in time to ancient Greece. (PROSE: The Last Pharaoh)

In November 2016, when Ram Singh suggested that there could be a person running behind the walls and down concealed passageways, setting off projections or holograms in the old stone house, April MacLean called it a Scooby Doo ending to their investigations. (PROSE: The Stone House)

In 2017, Shireen branded the creepy home at 11 Cardinal Road a "freaky Scooby Doo house". (TV: Knock Knock).

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