Fifty years ago this week, one of the most iconic cartoons debuted and we felt it was high time we join Mystery, Inc. for some Scooby-Doo trivia!
Thirty fun questions about everyone’s favorite sleuthing pooch ranging from the adventures of those meddling kids to the people that brought the characters to life.
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Time to split up and look for clues.
Hey gang. This is Brian Rollins and you’re listening to the Dorky Geeky Nerdy trivia podcast. Every week, we bring you thirty fun trivia questions. This week, we’re helping to celebrate 50 years of Scooby-Doo and the gang.
If you’re new to sleuthing along with us, you can head over to DorkyGeekyNerdy.com/rules to find rules on how to play the game. Or, you can make up your own rules as you go along. No one here will judge.
OK, got your Scooby Snax packed? Then hop in the van and let’s solve the mystery.
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
4. In 2002, Frank Welker took over as the voice of Scooby-Doo. What character does he usually voice?
7. Before joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a director, who helped write the two live-action Scooby-Doo movies?
8. What 1998 direct-to-video movie had Scooby-Doo and gang facing off against real ghosts and werecats?
The Nerdy Round
Oh good, you didn’t get caught up in one of Fred’s traps. I hope you had fun. Scooby-Doo was a big part of my childhood and it was fun sharing it with my kids and you all.
We’ll be back next week with more fun and adventure. Speaking of which, here’s your clue:
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Well, that’s all the time we have. Time to sign off. I’m your host, Brian Rollins, thanks for listening.