Scooby-Doo (State Farm)

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This article is about the State Farm commercial. For the main title character, see Scooby-Doo (character). For other uses, see Scooby-Doo.
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Premiere date: October 26, 2013
Run time: 30 seconds
Starring: Frank Welker
Matthew Lillard
Mindy Cohn
Grey DeLisle
Lucy Rodas
Eric Bauza
Music composed by: Robert J. Kral
Directors: Tony Cervone
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"Scooby-Doo", also known as "Scooby", is a commercial for the American State Farm Insurance, based on the 1969 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! television series. It aired on October 26, 2013 on NBC. It was directed by Tony Cervone. It is the first of three crossover commercials with State Farm.

State Farm uses Scooby's name and image to sell insurance.

Detailed summary

Mystery Incorporated is driving down a dirt road when the Creeper jumps out, causing Fred to careen The Mystery Machine over into a boulder. Velma knows exactly what to do by calling out loud for State Farm's help when an agent called Lucy Rhodes magically appears to them from out of nowhere. She's ready to help, while also pointing out that the Creeper is really Mr. Carswell.

Memorable quotes


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In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Daphne Blake Grey DeLisle
Scooby-Doo Frank Welker
Shaggy Rogers Matthew Lillard
Fred Jones Frank Welker
Velma Dinkley Mindy Cohn
The Creeper/Mr. Carswell Frank Welker
Lucy Rodas Herself
Announcer (voice only) Eric Bauza









The music was composed by Robert J. Kral.

Crew credits


  • United States: October 26, 2013 on NBC

Behind the scenes

  • The commercial is inspired specifically by the episode "Jeepers, It's the Creeper."
  • Daphne says "Jeepers" once.
  • Shaggy says "Zoinks" once.


  • The impact the Mystery Machine made should've caused some injury.
  • Not only does Lucy pop up, but perhaps only slightly more mysteriously was the Creeper, who vanishes when the gang crash the van.

Critical reception