Top 10 All Time Best Scooby Doo Guest Appearances

Top 10 All Time Best Scooby Doo Guest Appearances

"The Caped Crusader Caper"

Guest starring Batman and Robin

In this classic episode, Batman and Robin help Scooby and the gang solve the mystery of whether or not Fred is gay by seducing him live on webcam while Shaggy, Scooby and Stifler watch from the house next door. Meanwhile, Velma goes to band camp and attempts to stick  flute in her p***y and I think the Joker f***s a pie if I remember correctly.

“Scooby’s Missing Stash, Brah”

Guest starring Patrick Swayze, Keanu Reeves and the entire supporting cast of “Point Break”

On no! Scooby and Shaggy’s stash is missing! Can two, totally badical F… B… I… AGENTS help them find it before Gary Busey smokes it all? Surf’s up, brah!

"Scooby-Doo Meets the Addams Family"

Guest starring The Addams Family

When the young amatuer detectives meet The Addams Family, nothing really happens because they spend the full half-an-hour episode getting them confused with The Munsters.

“The Red Scare”

Guest starring Mikhail Gorbachev

A wave of paraoia and anti-american propaganca is driving the whole town wild… Mikhail Gorbachev is enlisted to help, but it turns out that the culprit was actually an alien life form disguised as the birthmark on his head!

"The Secret of Shark Island"

Guest starring Sonny & Cher

Another classic, this episode finds the gang relaxing on Shark Island with Sonny & Cher. Turns out that the Secret of Shark Island was that Sonny, with his ironic mustache, pointy boots, tight pants and sweater was actually a hipster from 2008, gone back in time to boink Cher when she was still young, hot and slutty.

“The Ghastly Gaping Hole”

Guest starring Paris Hilton

When a mysterious black hole starts devouring the whole town, Scooby and the gang trace the source of the disturbance back to Paris Hilton, who has gone into heat and has been attacking anyone foolish or horny enough to go out at night. Can the  gang satisfy the insatiable hunger of the Ghastly Gaping Hole by driving the "Mystery Machine" directly into it, or will they too become it’s victims?

"The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"

Guest starring The Harlem Globetrotters

The Harlem Globetrotters have made many appearances on the Scooby Doo program throughout the years, often causing the gang to wonder just what in the hell playing basketball has to do with being a detective, anyway.

“The Mystery of the Haunted Adult Theater”

Guest starring Pee Wee Herman and the LAPD

When Scooby and pals go to the old abandoned adult theater to investigate a strange stroking sound, they discover the disgraced star of a children’s program, magically conjuring up millions of microscopic little white ghosts to terrorize the town. Unfortunatley, the police had to get involved with this one, but the gang did learn a valuable lesson about adult theater ettiquette and why you shouldn’t eat candy off the floor when inside of one.

"The Haunted Candy Factory"

Guest starring (Mama) Cass Elliot

All the candy in the candy factory has been mysteriously vanishing! It turns out that the ghost of Mama Cass from "The Mamas & the Papas" has been haunting the sweets factory, gobbling up everything in sight ever since choking to death on that ham sandwhich back in the 70s. Shaggy and Scooby are blown away by how totally great of an idea this is, so they hang themselves from the farters so that their ghosts can join her in everlasting gluttony.

“Blackbeard’s Secret”

Guest starring Kimbo Slice and Mr. T

While investigating why Kimbo Slice’s beard is so totally rad, Daphne and Velma discover that it is actually cloned from the beard of Mr. T, and that his beard is in turn cloned from a long line of badass beards originating with none other than Blackbeard himself. Upon learning of this, Kimbo and Mr. T must fight to the death. There can be only one beard of it’s kind per generation, or else the very fabric of the space/time continueum will be torn asunder.