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The Unnatural

Season 1, Ep 13, Aired 3/22/03
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  • Episode Description
  • The ghost of an old baseball player named Cab Craig starts haunting the baseball stadium. Scooby and the gang have to find out who it is.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Frank Welker

    Scoobert 'Scooby' Doo/Fred Jones

  • Mindy Cohn

    Velma Dinkley

  • Casey Kasem

    Norville 'Shaggy' Rodgers

  • Grey DeLisle

    Daphne Blake

  • John Stephenson

    Bob Taylor

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Fred: Jump Scooby!

    • Shaggy: You'd have to be pretty hungry to eat pickled baseballs! Velma: They're not for eating.

    • Daphne: Jeepers! He went right through the field!

    • Announcer: All with a little help from those meddling kids!

    • (Gets a large appetizing sandwich) Shaggy: I think I'm in love! Velma: I think I'm gonna be sick!

    Notes (7)

    • This is the last episode in season 1.

    • Culprit: Bob Taylor. Reason: To keep Cab Craig's record from being surpassed.

    • A cute blonde named Googy, is working the snack bar. Could this be Shaggy's girlfriend? (That's hard to say, since he had a girlfriend in the 1988 TV movie Scooby Doo And The Reluctant Werewolf.)

    • Major League Baseball star Mike Piazza makes a cameo appearance in the final scene of this episode.

    • First shown on Cartoon Network: September 27, 2003.

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    Trivia (1)

    • The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Play My Game" by The Donnas.

    Allusions (1)

    • The Natural: The title of this episode, The Unnatural, alludes to the baseball movie classic, The Natural. Also, the title "The Unnatural" was also used on an episode of the FOX drama The X-Files; that particular episode also had baseball.

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