A "cheese monster" frightens away all the workers at the Scooby Snack factory, so no more Scooby Snacks can be made. But without a Scooby Snack, Scooby won't pursue the monster. The kids ... See full summary »

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Shaggy (voice)
Don Messick ...
Scooby-Doo / Newscaster (voice)
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Boris Rougefort (voice)
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The Cheese Monster / Larry P. Acme (voice)
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Constance McSnack (voice)
Christina Lange ...
Velma (voice)
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Daphne (voice)
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Red Herring (voice)
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Fred (voice) (as Carl Stevens)
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A "cheese monster" frightens away all the workers at the Scooby Snack factory, so no more Scooby Snacks can be made. But without a Scooby Snack, Scooby won't pursue the monster. The kids convince Scooby to help unmask the bad guy and reopen the factory. Written by Anonymous

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At the beginning of the episode when the cheese monster first attacks we actually see two of the same person running from the building rather than two separate individuals. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning when Scooby is out of Scooby Snacks, Shaggy goes through every box they have. Then up to the point where Shaggy discovers they are completely out of Scooby Snacks, there are a bunch of empty Scooby Snack boxes on the floor. Then when Shaggy is coming down the ladder, all the boxes that were on the floor are gone and there are two empty boxes on the shelf. See more »

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