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Season 3 Episode 11

Gold Paw

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Aired Saturday 8:00 AM Apr 09, 2005 on The WB
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Gold Paw
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The gang goes to visit the Sacred Six (originally seen in Homeward Hound and Farmed and Dangerous) when they learn that an evildoer called Gold Paw is turning people into gold in order to steal gold. When one of the Sacred Six is gold-ified, the Mystery, Inc. gang needs to solve this case before the other five suffer the same fate!moreless

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    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Scoobert 'Scooby' Doo/Fred Jones

    Mindy Cohn

    Mindy Cohn

    Velma Dinkley

    Casey Kasem

    Casey Kasem

    Norville 'Shaggy' Rodgers

    Grey DeLisle

    Grey DeLisle

    Daphne Blake

    Rob Paulsen

    Rob Paulsen

    Travis Knox, Guard, PA Announcer

    Guest Star

    Michael Gough (II)

    Michael Gough (II)

    Drill Sergeant Payne, Guard #2

    Guest Star

    Jeff Bennett

    Jeff Bennett

    General Nessmeyer, Mr. B, Guard #1

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Hale

    Jennifer Hale

    Bus Press

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • The song played during this episode's chase scene is "Pressing On" by Relient K.

      • After the puppy 14-Karat is turned to gold, he's not in the same form from when he was changed. First, when he helped protect the gang from the gold monster, he was frozen with his legs extended and his teeth clenched looking shocked as he's turned to gold. When Fred picks him up, he's somehow standing upright with a happy look on his face. And until he's set free, he's in the same upright position, but with his tongue sticking out.

      • There seems to be an inconsistency in the spelling of Sue Crose's name. The closed-captioning has her last name starting with a "C". But in the end credits, the last name starts with a "K" (Sue Krose). Since her name seems to be a variation of the simple sugar sucrose, the last name is more likely to start with the letter "C".

    • QUOTES (2)

    • NOTES (1)

      • Culprit: Drill Sergeant Payne
        Reason: To get out of Fort Knox so he could get the owner of Gold-Ade to quit so he can take over, using the puppies to dig into the factory.

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