Daphne Blake is a member of Mystery Incorporated in the Scooby-Doo animated franchise. Her voice was originated by Stefanianna Christopherson, which was only a brief stint and is more fondly remembered by her replacement, Heather North.
Throughout the years, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network, and Warner Bros. Animation, as well as book and video game publishers, have conceived several incarnations, which don't always fit together because new writers have come on board and disregarded what has come before or there has been a complete reboot, but the general concept has been the same, perhaps except for DC Comics' radically altered Scooby Apocalypse.
Daphne is a female teen with a hourglass physique, reddish-pink lipstick and long red hair. She has worn various outfits over the years, although her most common look consists of a purple top with mini-dress; pink pantyhose; mauve heel shoes with bows on top; a green-lime scarf; and a mauve headband. The hems and cuffs on her dress are also mauve in color.
Though not as smart as Velma, Daphne finds a way to solve problems at her own hand. In her earlier appearances, she always had the tenacity to get into danger, hence her nickname "Danger-Prone Daphne." She was clumsy, and never seemed to get out of a sticky situation without the aid of the gang. Her characterization has since evolved in later installments, as she had gained a more active role and learnt how to do self defense. Daphne still has her feminine side, though, as evident by her extravigant obsession with fashion.
In The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, she wore purple one-piece overalls, a belt and pixie boots. She lacked a headband in this series and her hairstyle was also altered to resemble Debbie's from Speed Buggy as well. Sometimes, she also wears either a long sleeved mauve top with a rolled collar, matching mauve pants and legwarmers with a purple puffer vest and matching high heels, a long sleeved purple dress with two lilac belts, hoops at each shoulder and lilac boots or a purple coat over a short sleeved lilac dress with a purple belt and purple high heels as well.
As a child in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo, Daphne has a pink sweatshirt with a red skirt, pink pantyhose and white go-go boots. Her hair was shorter in length around this period, and her headband was white.
In What's New, Scooby-Doo?, she wore a short long-sleeved purple dress with a wraparound top. Her outfit also includes pink pantyhose, a mauve headband, and platform shoes.
Her outfit in Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! remains largely similar to her original look, although she didn't wear her pink pantyhose and instead had a mini-dress with short sleeves.
- Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
- 1.1 "What a Night for a Knight"
- 1.2 "A Clue for Scooby-Doo"
- 1.3 "Hassle in the Castle"
- 1.4 "Mine Your Own Business"
- 1.5 "Decoy for a Dognapper"
- 1.6 "What the Hex Going On?"
- 1.7 "Never Ape an Ape Man"
- 1.8 "Foul Play in Funland"
- 1.9 "The Backstage Rage"
- 1.10 "Bedlam in the Big Top"
- 1.11 "A Gaggle of Galloping Ghosts"
- 1.12 "Scooby-Doo and a Mummy, Too"
- 1.13 "Which Witch is Which?"
- 1.14 "Go Away Ghost Ship"
- 1.15 "Spooky Space Kook"
- 1.16 "A Night of Fright is No Delight"
- 1.17 "That's Snow Ghost"
- 2.1 "Nowhere to Hyde"
- 2.2 "Mystery Mask Mix-Up"
- 2.3 "Scooby's Night with a Frozen Fright"
- 2.4 "Jeepers, It's the Creeper"
- 2.5 "Haunted House Hang-Up"
- 2.6 "A Tiki Scare is No Fair"
- 2.7 "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf"
- 2.8 "Don't Fool with a Phantom"
- The New Scooby-Doo Movies
- 1.1 "Ghastly Ghost Town"
- 1.2 "The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair"
- 1.3 "Wednesday is Missing"
- 1.4 "The Frickert Fracas"
- 1.5 "Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner"
- 1.6 "A Good Medium is Rare"
- 1.7 "Sandy Duncan's Jekyll and Hyde"
- 1.8 "The Secret of Shark Island"
- 1.9 "The Spooky Fog of Juneberry"
- 1.10 "The Ghost of Bigfoot"
- 1.11 "The Ghost of the Red Baron"
- 1.12 "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"
- 1.13 "The Haunted Horseman of Hagglethorn Hall"
- 1.14 "The Phantom of the Country Music Hall"
- 1.15 "The Caped Crusader Caper"
- 1.16 "The Lochness Mess"
- 2.1 "The Mystery of Haunted Island"
- 2.2 "The Haunted Showboat"
- 2.3 "Mystery in Persia"
- 2.4 "The Spirit Spooked Sports Show"
- 2.5 "The Exterminator"
- 2.6 "The Weird Winds of Winona"
- 2.7 "The Haunted Candy Factory"
- 2.8 "The Haunted Carnival"
- The Scooby-Doo Show
- 1.1 "High Rise Hair Raiser"
- 1.2 "The Fiesta Host is an Aztec Ghost"
- 1.3 "The Gruesome Game of the Gator Ghoul"
- 1.4 "Watt a Shocking Ghost"
- 1.5 "The Headless Horseman of Halloween"
- 1.6 "Scared a Lot in Camelot"
- 1.7 "The Harum-Scarum Sanitarium"
- 1.8 "The No-Face Zombie Chase Case"
- 1.9 "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo"
- 1.10 "A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground"
- 1.11 "A Bum Steer for Scooby"
- 1.12 "There's a Demon Shark in the Foggy Dark"
- 1.13 "Scooby-Doo, Where's the Crew?"
- 1.14. "The Ghost That Sacked the Quarterback"
- 1.15 "The Ghost of the Bad Humor Man"
- 1.16 "The Spirits of '76"
- 2.1 "The Curse of the Viking Lake"
- 2.2 "Vampire Bats and Scaredy Cats"
- 2.3 "Hang in There, Scooby-Doo"
- 2.4 "The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller"
- 2.5 "The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race"
- 2.6 "The Ozark Witch Switch"
- 2.7 "Creepy Cruise"
- 2.8 "The Creepy Heap from the Deep"
- 3.1 "Watch Out! The Willawaw!"
- 3.2 "A Creepy Tangle in the Bermuda Triangle"
- 3.3 "A Scary Night with a Snow Beast Fright"
- 3.4 "To Switch a Witch"
- 3.5 "The Tar Monster"
- 3.6 "A Highland Fling with a Monstrous Thing"
- 3.7 "The Creepy Case of Old Iron Face"
- 3.8 "Jeepers, It's the Jaguaro!"
- 3.9 "Make a Beeline Away from That Feline"
- 3.10 "The Creepy Creature of Vulture's Claw"
- 3.11 "The Diabolical Disc Demon"
- 3.12 "Scooby's Chinese Fortune Kooky Caper"
- 3.13 "A Menace in Venice"
- 3.14 "Don't Go Near the Fortress of Fear"
- 3.15 "The Warlock of Wimbledon"
- 3.16 "The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake"
- Dynomutt, Dog Wonder
- Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
- 1.1 "The Scarab Lives!"
- 1.2 "The Night Ghoul of Wonderworld"
- 1.3 "Strange Encounters of a Scooby Kind"
- 1.4 "The Neon Phantom of the Roller Disco!"
- 1.5 "Shiver and Shake, That Demon's a Snake"
- 1.6 "The Scary Sky Skeleton"
- 1.7 "The Demon of the Dugout"
- 1.8 "The Hairy Scare of the Devil Bear"
- 1.9 "Twenty Thousand Screams Under the Sea"
- 1.10 "I Left My Neck in San Francisco"
- 1.11 "When You Wish Upon a Star Creature"
- 1.12 "The Ghoul, the Bat and the Ugly"
- 1.13 "Rocky Mountain Yiiiii!"
- 1.14 "The Sorcerer's a Menace"
- 1.15 "Lock the Door, It's a Minotaur!"
- 1.16 "The Ransom of Scooby Chief"
- The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show
- 1.1A "The Dinosaur Deception"
- 1.1B "Hound of the Scoobyvilles"
- 1.2A "Scoobygeist"
- 1.2B "The Quagmire Quake Caper"
- 1.3A "Scoobsie"
- 1.3B "Wizards and Warlocks"
- 1.4A "Scooby ala Mode"
- 1.4B "Who's Minding the Monster?"
- 1.5A "The Crazy Carnival Caper"
- 1.5B "The Mark of Scooby"
- 1.6A "No Sharking Zone"
- 1.6B "Scooby the Barbarian"
- 1.7A "Scooby of the Jungle"
- 1.7B "Scooby-Doo and Cyclops, Too"
- 1.8A "The Creature Came from Chem Lab"
- 1.8B "No Thanks, Masked Manx"
- 1.9A "The Fall Dog"
- 1.9B "The Scooby Coupe"
- 1.10A "Scooby and the Minotaur"
- 1.10B "Scooby Pinch Hits"
- 1.11A "Scooby's Gold Medal Gambit"
- 1.11B "Scooby Roo"
- 1.12 "Where's Scooby-Doo?"
- 1.13 "Wedding Bell BOOs!"
- The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries
- 1.1 "Happy Birthday, Scooby-Doo"
- 1.2A "Scooby's Peep-Hole Pandemonium"
- 1.2B "The Hand of Horror"
- 1.3A "Scoo-Be or Not to Scoo-Be?"
- 1.3B "The Stoney Glare Stare"
- 1.4A "Mission: Un-DOO-Able"
- 1.4B "The Bee Team"
- 1.5A "A Code in the Nose"
- 1.5B "Doom Service"
- 1.6 "Ghosts of the Ancient Astronauts"
- 1.7A "The Night of the Living Toys"
- 1.7B "South Pole Vault"
- 1.8 "A Halloween Hassle at Dracula's Castle"
- 1.9 "A Night Louse at the White House"
- 1.10A "The 'Dooby Dooby Doo' Ado"
- 1.10B "Showboat Scooby"
- 1.11 "Sherlock Doo"
- 1.12A "A Scarey Duel with a Cartoon Ghoul"
- 1.12B "E*I*E*I*O"
- 1.13 "The Nutcracker Scoob"
- The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
- 1.1 "To All the Ghouls I've Loved Before"
- 1.2 "Scoobra Kadoobra"
- 1.3 "Me and My Shadow Demon"
- 1.4 "Reflections in a Ghoulish Eye"
- 1.5 "That's Monstertainment"
- 1.6 "Ship of Ghouls"
- 1.7 "A Spooky Little Ghoul Like You"
- 1.8 "When You Witch Upon a Star"
- 1.9 "It's a Wonderful Scoob"
- 1.10 "Scooby in Kwackyland"
- 1.11 "Coast-to-Ghost"
- 1.12 "The Ghouliest Show on Earth"
- 1.13 "Horror-Scope Scoob"
- A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
- 1.1 "A Bicycle Built for Boo!"
- 1.2 "The Sludge Monster from the Earth's Core"
- 1.3 "The Schnook Who Took My Comic Book"
- 1.4 "Wanted Cheddar Alive"
- 1.5 "For Letter or Worse"
- 1.6 "The Babysitter from Beyond"
- 1.7 "Snow Place Like Home"
- 1.8 "Now Museum, Now You Don't"
- 1.9 "Scooby Dude"
- 1.10 "Ghost Who's Coming to Dinner"
- 1.11 "The Story Stick"
- 1.12 "Robopup"
- 1.13 "Lights...Camera...Monster"
- 2.1 "Curse of the Collar"
- 2.2 "The Return of Commander Cool"
- 2.3 "The Spirit of Rock'n Roll"
- 2.4 "Chickenstein Lives"
- 2.5 "Night of the Living Burger"
- 2.6 "The Computer Walks Among Us"
- 2.7 "Dog Gone Scooby"
- 2.8 "Terror, Thy Name is Zombo"
- 3.1A "Night of the Boogey Biker"
- 3.1B "Dawn of the Spooky Space Shuttle"
- 3.2 "Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece"
- 3.3 "Wrestle Maniacs"
- 4.1 "The Were-Doo of Doo Manor"
- 4.2B "The Ghost of Mrs. Shusham"
- 4.2C "The Wrath of Waitro"
- 4.3 "Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk"
- Johnny Bravo
- 1.3B "Bravo Dooby-Doo"
- Space Ghost Coast to Coast
- What's New, Scooby-Doo?
- 1.1 "There's No Creature Like Snow Creature"
- 1.2 "3-D Struction"
- 1.3 "Space Ape at the Cape"
- 1.4 "Big Scare in the Big Easy"
- 1.5 "It's Mean, It's Green, It's the Mystery Machine"
- 1.6 "Riva Ras Regas"
- 1.7 "Roller Ghoster Ride"
- 1.8 "Safari, So Goodi!"
- 1.9 "She Sees Sea Monsters by the Sea Shore"
- 1.10 "A Scooby-Doo! Christmas"
- 1.11 "Toy Scary Boo"
- 1.12 "Lights! Camera! Mayhem!"
- 1.13 "Pompeii and Circumstance"
- 1.14 "The Unnatural"
- 2.1 "Big Appetite in Little Tokyo"
- 2.2 "Mummy Scares Best"
- 2.3 "The Fast and the Wormious"
- 2.4 "High-Tech House of Horrors"
- 2.5 "The Vampire Strikes Back"
- 2.6 "A Scooby-Doo Halloween"
- 2.7 "Homeward Hound"
- 2.8 "The San Franpsycho"
- 2.9 "Simple Plan and the Invisible Madman"
- 2.10 "Recipe for Disaster"
- 2.11 "Large Dragon at Large"
- 2.12 "Uncle Scooby and Antarctica"
- 2.13 "New Mexico, Old Monster"
- 2.14 "It's All Greek to Scooby"
- 3.1 "Fright House of a Lighthouse"
- 3.2 "Go West, Young Scoob"
- 3.3 "A Scooby-Doo Valentine"
- 3.4 "Wrestle Maniacs"
- 3.5 "Ready to Scare"
- 3.6 "Farmed and Dangerous"
- 3.7 "Diamonds Are a Ghoul's Best Friend"
- 3.8 "A Terrifying Round with a Menacing Metallic Clown"
- 3.9 "Camp Comeoniwannascareya" (mentioned)
- 3.10 "Block-Long Hong Kong Terror"
- 3.11 "Gentlemen, Start Your Monsters!"
- 3.12 "Gold Paw"
- 3.13 "Reef Grief!"
- 3.14 "E-Scream"
- Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
- 1.3 "Shaggy Busted"
- Duck Dodgers
- 2.10A "Surf the Stars" (no lines)
- The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
- 4.11A "Reap Walking" (no lines)
- Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
- 1.1 "Beware the Beast from Below"
- 1.2 "The Creeping Creatures"
- 1.3 "The Secret of the Ghost Rig"
- 1.4 "Revenge of the Man Crab"
- 1.5 "The Song of Mystery"
- 1.6 "The Legend of Alice May"
- 1.7 "In Fear of the Phantom"
- 1.8 "The Grasp of the Gnome"
- 1.9 "Battle of the Humungonauts"
- 1.10 "Howl of the Fright Hound"
- 1.11 "The Secret Serum"
- 1.12 "The Shrieking Madness"
- 1.13 "When the Cicada Calls"
- 1.14 "Mystery Solvers Club State Finals"
- 1.15 "The Wild Brood"
- 1.16 "Where Walks Aphrodite"
- 1.17 "Escape from Mystery Manor"
- 1.18 "The Dragon's Secret"
- 1.19 "Nightfright"
- 1.20 "The Siren's Song"
- 1.21 "Menace of the Manticore"
- 1.22 "Attack of the Headless Horror"
- 1.23 "A Haunting in Crystal Cove"
- 1.24 "Dead Justice"
- 1.25 "Pawn of Shadows"
- 1.26 "All Fear the Freak"
- 2.1 "The Night the Clown Cried"
- 2.2 "The House of the Nightmare Witch"
- 2.3 "The Night the Clown Cried II - Tears of Doom!"
- 2.4 "Web of the Dreamweaver!"
- 2.5 "The Hodag of Horror"
- 2.6 "Art of Darkness!"
- 2.7 "The Gathering Gloom"
- 2.8 "Night on Haunted Mountain"
- 2.9 "Grim Judgment"
- 2.10 "Night Terrors"
- 2.11 "The Midnight Zone"
- 2.12 "Scarebear"
- 2.13 "Wrath of the Krampus"
- 2.14 "Heart of Evil"
- 2.15 "Theater of Doom"
- 2.16 "Aliens Among Us"
- 2.17 "The Horrible Herd"
- 2.18 "Dance of the Undead"
- 2.19 "The Devouring"
- 2.20 "Stand and Deliver"
- 2.21 "The Man in the Mirror"
- 2.22 "Nightmare in Red"
- 2.23 "The Dark Night of the Hunters"
- 2.24 "Gates of Gloom"
- 2.25 "Through the Curtain"
- 2.26 "Come Undone"
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold
- Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
- 1.1 "Mystery 101"
- 1.2 "Game of Chicken"
- 1.3 "All Paws on Deck"
- 1.4 "Poodle Justice"
- 1.5 "Grand Scam"
- 1.6 "Trading Chases"
- 1.7 "Be Quiet, Scooby-Doo!"
- 1.8 "Party Like It's 1899"
- 1.9 "Screama Donna"
- 1.10 "Kitchen Frightmare"
- 1.11 "Me, Myself, and A.I."
- 1.12 "Area 51, Adjacent"
- 1.13 "Where There's a Will, There's a Wraith"
- 1.14 "Scary Christmas"
- 1.15 "If You Can't Scooby-Doo the Time, Don't Scooby-Doo the Crime"
- 1.16 "Gremlin on a Plane"
- 1.17 "Sorcerer Snacks Scare"
- 1.18 "Saga of the Swamp Beast"
- 1.19 "Be Cold, Scooby-Doo!"
- 1.20 "Giant Problems"
- 1.21 "Eating Crow"
- 1.22 "I Scooby Dooby Doo"
- 1.23 "El Bandito"
- 1.24 "Into the Mouth of Madcap"
- 1.25 "The Norse Case Scenario"
- 1.26 "The People vs. Fred Jones"
- 2.1 "Some Fred Time"
- 2.2 "There Wolf"
- 2.3 "Renn Scare"
- 2.4 "How to Train Your Coward"
- 2.5 "Worst in Show"
- 2.6 "Mysteries on the Disorient Express"
- 2.7 "Halloween"
- 2.8 "The Curse of Kaniaku"
- 2.9 "Vote Velma"
- 2.10 "Scroogey Doo"
- 2.11 "In Space"
- 2.12 "Doo Not Disturb"
- 2.13 "Silver Scream"
- 2.14 "Fright of Hand"
- 2.15 "Greece Is the Word"
- 2.16 "American Goth"
- 2.17 "Omelettes Are Forever"
- 2.18 "Ghost in the Mystery Machine"
- 2.19 "Naughty or Ice"
- 2.20 "Night of the Upsetting Shorts"
- 2.21 "Junkyard Dogs"
- 2.22 "Protein Titans 2"
- 2.23 "World of Witchcraft"
- 2.24 "Professor Huh? Part 1"
- 2.25 "Professor Huh? Part 6 3/4"
- 2.26A "Pizza O'Possum's"
- 2.26B "The Curse of Half-Beard's Booty"
- 13.16 "Scoobynatural"
- Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?
- 1.1 "Revenge of the Swamp Monster!"
- 1.2 "A Mystery Solving Gang Divided"
- 1.3 "Peebles' Pet Shop of Terrible Terrors!"
- 1.4 "Elementary, My Dear Shaggy!"
- 1.5 "Ollie Ollie In-Come Free!"
- 1.6 "The Scooby of a Thousand Faces!"
- 1.7 "The Cursed Cabinet of Professor Madds Markson!"
- 1.8 "When Urkel-Bots Go Bad!"
- 1.9 "The Fastest Fast Food Fiend!"
- 1.10 "Attack of the Weird Al-Osaurus!"
- 1.11 "Now You Sia, Now You Don't!"
- 1.12 "Quit Clowning!"
- 1.13 "What a Night, for a Dark Knight!"
- 1.14 "The Nightmare Ghost of Psychic U!"
- 1.15 "The Sword, the Fox and the Scooby-Doo!"
- 1.16 "One Minute Mysteries!"
- 1.17 "Hollywood Knights!"
- 1.18 "The New York Underground!"
- 1.19 "Fear of the Fire Beast!"
- 1.20 "Too Many Dummies!"
- 1.21 "Dance Matron of Mayhem!"
- 1.22 "The Wedding Witch of Wainsly Hall!"
- 1.23 "A Run Cycle Through Time!"
- 1.24 "I Put a Hex on You!"
- 1.25 "The High School Wolfman's Musical Lament!"
- 1.26 "Space Station Scooby"
- 2.1 "The Phantom, the Talking Dog and the Hot Hot Hot Sauce!"
- 2.2 "The Last Inmate!"
- 2.3 "The Horrible Haunted Hospital of Dr. Phineas Phrag!"
- 2.4 "The Hot Dog Dog!"
- 2.5 "A Moveable Mystery!"
- 2.6 "The Feast of Dr. Frankenfooder!"
- 2.7 "A Fashion Nightmare!"
- 2.8 "Scooby on Ice!"
- 2.9 "Caveman on the Half-Pipe!"
- 2.10 "The Crown Jewel of Boxing!"
- 2.11 "The Internet on Haunted House Hill!"
- 2.12 "The 7th Inning Scare!"
- 2.13 "The Dreaded Remake of Jekyll & Hyde!"
- 2.14 "Lost Soles of Jungle River!"
- 2.15 "Returning of the Key Ring!"
- 2.16 "The Tao of Scoob!"
- 2.17 "The Lost Mines of Kilimanjaro!"
- 2.18 "Cher, Scooby and the Sargasso Sea!"
- 2.19 "Scooby-Doo and the Sky Town Cool School!"
- 2.20 "Total Jeopardy!"
- 2.21 "The Legend of the Gold Microphone!"
- 2.22 "A Haunt of a Thousand Voices!"
- 2.23 "Dark Diner of Route 66!"
- 2.24 "Falling Star Man!"
- 2.25 "Scooby-Doo, Dog Wonder!"
- 2.26 "The Movieland Monsters!"
- Teen Titans Go!
- 5.47 "Cartoon Feud"
- 1.23 "The Big Stink" (indirectly mentioned)
- Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
- Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost
- Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders
- Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase
- Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire
- Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico
- Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
- Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster
- Aloha, Scooby-Doo!
- Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy?
- Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!
- Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King
- Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword
- Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra-Doo
- Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins
- Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare
- Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur
- Scooby-Doo! Curse of the Lake Monster
- Scooby-Doo! Music of the Vampire
- Big Top Scooby-Doo!
- Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon
- Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright
- Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map
- Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery
- Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy
- Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness
- Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Moon Monster Madness
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Haunted Hollywood
- Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon
- Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Blowout Beach Bash
- Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold
- Daphne & Velma
- Scooby-Doo! and the Gourmet Ghost
- Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost
- Scooby-Doo! Return to Zombie Island
- Space Jam: A New Legacy (no lines)
- Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo!
- Scooby-Doo! The Sword and the Scoob
- Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo! Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog
- Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!
- Scooby-Doo! and Krypto, Too!
- Scooby Goes Hollywood
- Arabian Nights
- Those Meddling Kids: 25 Hours of Doo
- The Scooby-Doo Project
- Night of the Living Doo
- The 1st 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Awards Show Program Special: Live in Stereo
- Scooby-Doo! Spooky Games
- Scooby-Doo! Haunted Holidays
- Scooby-Doo! and the Spooky Scarecrow
- Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace
- Scooby-Doo! Ghastly Goals!
- Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie
- Lego Scooby-Doo! Knight Time Terror
- Scooby Doo... Where Are You! (Gold Key Comics)
- Scooby Doo... Where Are You!! (Charlton Comics)
- Scooby-Doo (Marvel Comics)
- Scooby-Doo (Harvey Comics)
- Scooby-Doo (Archie Comics)
- Cartoon Network Christmas Spectacular
- #1A "Too Much Christmas Spirit"
- Scooby-Doo (DC Comics)
- Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? (DC Comics)
- Scooby-Doo! Team-Up
- Scooby Apocalypse
- "Stage and Scream"
- The Batman & Scooby-Doo! Mysteries (2021 miniseries)
- The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries (2022 miniseries)
Those Original Mysteries
The N̶e̶w̶ Decades Old Scooby-Doo M̶o̶v̶i̶e̶s̶ 40 Minute Episodes
Back to Basics
Scooby-Doo Goes Hollywood-Meta
The Scrappy years
Scrappy Saves the Show
Daphne, Freddy, and Velma MIA
Daphne Tests Well
Gotta Catch 'em All
The Coolest Pup Around
THIS TIME THE MONSTERS ARE REAL
Cartoon Network Spoofs
Harvey Birdman Represents
Daphne Gets Real
Daphne Goes (Pop)Punk
What's New in the Movies
Gonna Sing This Song ALL DAY LONG
Daphne Gets Real (again)
Return of the Ascot (DTVs since Abracadabra-Doo)
Crystal Cove Chronicles
Daphne Ain't Nobody's Puppet
Daphne in the LEGO world
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Lib World
Scooby-Doo and Guess Who the Creators Wanted to See Thirty Years Ago?
Daphne Goes YA in Scholastic's moderately more successful Daphne and Velma
SCOOB! on the Big Screen
Daphne, now of East Asian descent, is a mean popular girl. She has two mothers. She is shown to have slight feelings for Velma.
Daphne sells out
Daphne is in the first State Farm commercial.
In the Warner Bros. Serververse in Space Jam: A New Legacy, the gang (based on their SCOOB! designs), arrive at the basketball game between the Tune Squad and the Goon Squad in the Mystery Machine, then watch from outside the van. Mystery Inc., like all the other IPs, has no particular preference and just reacts to whatever is happening.
Daphne in the Funny Books
Daphne Survives the Apocalypse in a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Violent World
Daphne in the Cyber Realm
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Toys and merchandise
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Behind the scenes
- Daphne shares the same outfit and has similarly long hair as Kitty Jo, an anthropomorphic cat, on The Cattanooga Cats, which debuted the same year as Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! in 1969.
In popular culture
- In the Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures episode "Don't Touch That Dial," Mighty Mouse gets sucked into a TV show called Ring-A-Ding, Where Are You!, in which there are pastiche members of Mystery Inc., including an unnamed woman who strikes a pose similar to Daphne, dressed in a light purple cheongsam, and has the same style of hair but it is shoulder-length, instead.
- In the Red Razors arc of the comic 2000AD, a group of Sov-Block mercenary enforcers called themselves the Spooky Doo Gang, due to owning a dog called Spooky who resembled a green Scooby-Doo. Daphne's doppelganger is called Hannah, in reference to William Hanna.
- In Disney's Doug episode "Doug's Bloody Buddy," the teaser depicts a fantasy in which Doug and his friends are like Mystery Inc. searching for the Bluffington Vampire. Beebe is the counterpart to Daphne.
- In the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Out of Sight, Out of Mind," Buffy wears a purple scarf during the mission.
- In the Animaniacs segment "Back in Style," the Warner siblings are loaned to a Hanna-Barbera-type studio that lets the Warner siblings "play themselves" in its cartoon Uhuru, Where Are You? In this parody, Pheobe acts as a stand-in for both Daphne and Velma.
- In the Student Bodies episode "Snowed In," Mags and Flash bond over Scooby-Doo by singing the theme song. When their friends come in, who are surprised the two are getting along, are asked what the nature of Scooby and Scrappy's relationship is, and why a hot girl like Daphne is hanging around a loser like Shaggy, with Romeo simply remarking that she is hot, before their friends leave them again.
- In the Arthur segment "The Rat Who Came to Dinner," Daphne is anthropomorphized as an animal with the rest of the gang in Mr. Ratburn's favourite old show Spooky-Poo.
- In the Spaced episode "Beginnings," Daisy wanders into Tim's bedroom after hearing a noise and is spooked by his alien mask. Tim finds her and she keeps on saying she heard a noise, so Tim says she was playing Scooby-Doo. She says she used to play as Daphne when she was little, as did Tim play as Freddie when he was younger, but now Tim and Daisy look more like Shaggy and Velma.
- In the Timon and Pumbaa episode "Werehog of London," a fortune teller warns Timon and Pumbaa that no one is safe from the curse of the werehog, not even "those meddling teens and their pesky dog." Then the camera reveals an orange and blue van resembling the Mystery Machine that has been abandoned after it was knocked into a lamp post.
- On the first page of Archie's Weird Mysteries #6, Veronica is dressed up like Daphne as she becomes a parody of Daphne for the comic's story (sans outfit). She inexplicably cries "Jeepers," when she's scared, and makes out with Archie who has taken on the role of Fred.
- In the film Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, the title characters hitchhike in a green van owned by a bunch of odd adults vaguely resembling Mystery Incorporated. The Daphne doppelganger, referred to in the credits as "Redhead Beauty," is ditzy when she confuses Jay and Silent Bob to be the hitchhiking girls instead of the hitchhiking ghouls. She is also overly emotional when the gang starts to bicker. Jay then introduces "doobie snacks" to the gang, but this is just a dream of Jay's.
- In the Danny Phantom episode "The Million Dollar Ghost," one of the members of the Groovy Gang is called Fran, who despite being chubby, has long red hair and a similar outfit to Daphne, while wearing glasses like Velma.
- In the Drawn Together episode "Foxxy vs The Board of Education," Daphne is one of the TV detectives Foxxy watches.
- In the Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! episode "Who's That Girl," Wubbzy when plays with a skipping rope, he says "little Scooby-Doo" before falling, which causes Daizy to respond with, "Jeepers."
- In the Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode "One Hundred," the Aqua Teen Hunger Force star in a parody of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, with the new character of Tabitha added to the group who acts as a cross between Daphne and Velma. When Tabitha announced 100's entire plan, he took revenge by knocking her to the ground and taking her away to rape and behead her, although not necessarily in that order. She also overdoes it by constantly saying, "Jinkies."
- In the Young Justice episode "Targets," Wendy makes her debut, who was originally conceived to look like Daphne, because he considered Wendy to always be striking a sexy pose.
- In the New Teen Titans short "Turn Back the Clock," Mad Mod turns back time altering the appearances of the Teen Titans with each passing decade, with the 70s making them look like Mystery Inc.; Starfire is Daphne.
- Gwen is a parody of Daphne in the independent horror film Saturday Morning Massacre (later retitled Saturday Morning Mystery). Gwen is in a relationship with Chad, in reference to the perceived hidden romance between Daphne and Fred from the original series.
- In the Futurama episode "Saturday Morning Fun Pit," the 31st century incarnations of Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew watched a cartoon called Bendee-Boo and the Mystery Crew, in which the Planet Express crew were reimagined as members of Mystery Inc., with Leela taking on the role of Daphne. She removes the dragon mask from George Takei simply with her makeup removal kit.
- The series is parodied in the Austin & Ally episode "Mysteries & Meddling Kids," when while at a disco party, Dez and his friends dress up as his favorite characters from a 70s cartoon called Groovy Goat and the Mystery Bunch, with Ally filling in the Daphne role as Brenda, although apart from being the pretty one, there wasn't any connection beyond that.
- In Cracked's parody called "Scooby Don't," the Mystery Squad, which includes the pretty girl called Daphno, is told off by the police after they tie up an innocent homeless old man at an abandoned carnival.
- In the Regular Show episode "The Dream Warrior," Mordecai and Rigby show Pops an old cartoon called Funkie Wunky and the Groovy Gang, which features a Daphne doppelganger called Penny. Pops then has a dream in which he is in the cartoon with his friends, which has Skips dressed like Penny.
- In the AOK's parody called "Scooby-Doo, Who Are You?," the gang gets hysterical after ripping off an old guy's face off, which causes them to rip each other's faces off; Daphne rips Velma's face off after she rips off Fred's "beautiful face." Not to be left looking beautiful, Velma gets her own back by ripping off Daphne's face, too.
- In "Wanderers v Pedagogues," an episode of the BBC Two quiz show Only Connect, host Victoria Coren Mitchell begins by saying, "Good evening. Much of the key work debunking supernatural myths was carried out in the 1970s by American paranormalogists Norville Rogers, Frederick Jones, Daphne Blake, and Velma Dinkley. And if you didn't get that reference, then shame on you, Only Connect fans. You probably preferred the ones with Scooby-Dum and Scrappy-Doo."
- In the video game South Park: The Fractured But Whole, the clothing Sloppy 2nds has both Daphne and Velma's outfits on a rack.
- In the Teen Titans Go! episode "Costume Contest," Robin does a drawing of Teen Titans as Mystery Inc., with Starfire as Daphne.
- In "The Spooky Badge," an episode of the preschool series Hey Duggee, the Squirrels play dress up as Mystery Inc., with Norrie as Daphne.
- In Simpsons Comics #242, there is a story entitled "Scooby-Don't," with the kids dressed up as Mystery Inc., including Jessica Lovejoy wearing similar clothing to Daphne. Bart Simpson is Fred's doppelganger, referencing Bart and Jessica's romance in the cartoon.
- On the second episode of The X-Factor: Celebrity, Nicole Scherzinger referred to the contestant Jenny Ryan as starting out as Daphne to becoming a full-blown diva. This is a somewhat confusing critique, as Ryan does have red hair like Daphne, but also wears glasses like Velma, who Scherzinger presumably meant.
- In the Talking Tom and Friends episode "The Mystery of the Pyramid," which involves Tom and his friends in a mummy case, Angela screams "Jeepers" when Ricky DeLuna goes missing when the lights go out.
- In the Young Justice episode "First Impression," Gaby is somewhat of a parody of Daphne, with Grey Griffin using a voice similar to Daphne. Gaby is also joined by Tommi and Antonia, who are parodies of Fred and Velma, respectively.
- In the online game Transformice, Daphne's hair and scarf became available as two separate items to buy from June 11, 2020.
- Daphne was referenced in two Doctor Who books starring the 8th Doctor. The first was in The Book of Still, wherein Anji preferred Daphne over Velma, and in The Crooked World, there was a parody of Daphne called Harmony Looker.
- In Doctor Who Magazine #489, the thirteenth segment of the ongoing The Daft Dimension, depicted parallel universe counterparts of the 12th Doctor and his companions who loosely resembled each member of Mystery Inc. by wearing their outfits, with Vastra wearing Daphne's outfit without the stockings.
The Fairly OddParents
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- Channel Chasers (part 2): There is a TV show called Snooper Dawg and the Clue Crew. Wanda tries to blend in as Daphne, but then becomes Scooby (or Snooper Dawg), when the Clue Crew arrives.
- "The Wand That Got Away:" When Timmy and his fairy companions go on the search for Cosmo's wand, they take on the roles of Mystery Inc., with Wanda becoming a more faithful-looking Daphne than last time.
- "Let Sleeper Dogs Lie:" Sparky kept a DVD of his previous owners, which included a group of kids resembling Mystery Incorporated who solved mysteries. Thanks to the Mystery Mobile, they escaped from a castle haunted by a cloaked ghost.
- "Chitty Chitty Death Bang:" With the television transmitter cut, Peter wonders what the Scooby gang is up to, with the scene then cutting to an adult spin-off spoof called The Scooby-Doo Murder Files, where Mystery Incorporated investigates and describes in detail how someone was killed.
- "Family Guy Viewer Mail:" A segment parodies the Little Rascals with the adults as kids, which includes a portion of time at a spooky mansion, where the regressed boys also copy the hallway chase gag, featuring Mystery Incorporated in a cameo also running out of one door and into another.
- "Deep Throats:" In a DVD-exclusive scene, when Brian and Stewie sneak into the town hall, they run into Mystery Incorporated, but Stewie gets rid of them by humming their own walk music against them.
Harley Quinn (comic)
- Issue #1: In the background of one panel, an alternately colored Daphne (now with light blonde hair and dressed in green and red) and the rest of the gang chase a crook.
- Issue #64: Justice League Dark is a parody of Mystery Inc., with Zatanna substituting Daphne, whose clothes are now vaguely reminiscent of Daphne's.
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- Looney Tunes #71: The story, "Tazzy-Doo, Where Are You?," depicts several Looney Tunes characters as members of Mystery Inc., with Lola Bunny as Daphne, being rechristened as Daphne-Bunny. Daphne-Bunny is also danger-prone and turns to Fredhorn when she is scared, causing Fredhorn (Foghorn Leghorn) to smile at the reader, alluding to the romantic relationship between Daphne and Fred.
- For Warner Bros.' 100th anniversary, they celebrated by licensing a range of Looney Tunes Funko Pops with a Scooby-Doo motif, which included Lola Bunny with Daphne's hairstyle and clothes. This was then depicted in animated form for a special animated crossover mash-up where the Looney Tunes cast acted as Mystery Inc. who had caught the ghost of Mr. Hyde.
Saturday Night Live
- "Rob Lowe/Eminem:" In a skit about a fictional Crime TV program called Pros & Cons, it reports on Mr. Montgomery, a jailed felon, who allegedly dressed up as a ghost to scare people away from a run-down amusement park that had pirate treasure underneath. He was stopped by a group of "amateur detectives," who according to Warren "Shaggy" Shagowski, decided while in a malt shop that the law had gone soft and it was time to do something about it, especially after "dirtbags who get their jollies dressing as ape men or glowing deep sea divers." Mr. Montgomery's lawyer argues that their prior criminal activities for "meddling" on several occasions meant that they were looking for trouble and implicated that Mr. Montgomery was innocent. Shaggy simply counters with his patriotic American right to have the freedom to stop bad guys. The lawyer admires Shaggy's ethics, then bribes him to think differently with a box of Scooby Snacks.
- "Margot Robbie/The Weeknd," there is a skit called "The Hunch Bunch," wherein Fred is represented by two different characters; the first is Josh, the blond leader, and then the second is Ted, who is handsome and wears an ascot.
- "Playthings:" Dean is excited because he and his brother, Sam, get to investigate a haunted inn, which he describes as something akin to Scooby-Doo. He jokes that they might even find Fred and Daphne inside, before revealing his romantic interest in her.
- "Form and Void:" Crowley tells Dean to stop calling out to Jenna to get Amara's attention, to which Dean says, "Listen, Velma, this isn't the Scooby Gang." Although Crowley thinks he's "way more of a Daphne."
- "Peace of Mind:" In Charming Acres, there is a matinee showing the first live-action with a poster on the wall, the one with Scooby in Shaggy's arms.
The Venture Bros.
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- "¡Viva los Muertos!:" Patty is a composite of 1970s Symbionese Liberation Army abductee Patty Hearst and Daphne. Patty is perhaps the most controlled by her leader, Ted, a composite of Ted Bundy and Fred.
- "Self-Medication:" Dr. Venture and his former boy adventurer colleagues discuss the sex lives of Daphne and Velma, which Dr. Venture didn't think Velma had much of because she was a lesbian, as everyone did, but Action Johnny reveals that this may not necessarily be true as the "pack of herpes" he contracted from her says otherwise.