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A Pup Named Scooby-Doo

Season 1 Episode 5

For Letter or Worse

Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Oct 08, 1988 on ABC
out of 10
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Episode Summary

The gang is happy to go to a TV studio to watch their favorite game show, though things soon take a turn for the worse when the ghost of Al Kabone appears and postpones the show. The Scooby-Doo Detective Agency decides to investigate the issue, though will they be able to discover who this ghostly gangster actually is?moreless

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  • scooby doo!

    scooby and shaggy get to go on their favorute game show and play against bobby and betsy and are losing badly when the ghost of al cabone appears. the studios is shut down untill the ghost is caught. so the gang investigates the crime and tries to catch the ghostly gangster. once they do they find out is the aldy who show was taken away. once again freddy blames red herring. the game show resumes and scooby and shaggy are trying to solve the bonus word and they wond up doing it because its pizza with gives them 31,103 points which is more than enough to beat bobby and betsy who had over 25,000 points.moreless
  • "For Letter or Worse" is a pretty good episode, but there were a few flaws...

    My Rating: 8.0

    This was a pretty good episode, but there were a few flaws.

    First of all, two minutes into the show I knew who the monster was. Second of all, The monster was very annoying. Third of all, the musical montage is very short.

    In this episode the gang goes to see thier favorite game show, "For Letter or Worse" where Scooby and Shaggy are picked as contestants. But the show is inturrupted by Al Ka-bone, a ghost who's terrorizing the building.

    Later, the gang tricks Al by choosing him as a contestant where he was set up, trapped, & arrested. And of course the ghost really was...moreless

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