The Legend of Alice May

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The Legend of Alice May
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Premiere date August 16, 2010
Run time 22:37
Starring Frank Welker
Matthew Lillard
Mindy Cohn
Grey DeLisle
Gary Cole
Patrick Warburton
Vivica A. Fox
Hyden Walch
James Arnold Taylor
Jennifer Hale
Maurice LaMarche
Richard McGonagle
Tony Cervone
Mitch Watson
Music composed by Robert Kral
Writer(s) Mitch Watson
Storyboard artist(s) Aluir Amancio
Anson Jew
Darryl Kidder
Brandon McKinney
Chuck Patton
Chris Rutkowski
David Schwartz
Hank Tucker
Director(s) Curt Geda
Collette Sunderman (voices)
Animation director(s) Seongmook Jung
Gyuchang Lee
Gyeongae Min
Art director(s) Dan Krall
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"The Legend of Alice May" is the sixth episode of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated season one. It aired on August 16, 2010 on Cartoon Network. It was written by series co-creator, Mitch Watson, directed by Victor Cook, and voice directed by Collette Sunderman.

Daphne gets jealous when Fred falls for a new girl at school, but her jealousy turns to suspicion when she believes that Alice May only wants him for the next addition to her "man posse."

Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

Randy: No more, Mom. Come on, come on. I mean, that is like your third memory card
Mom: Sorry. It's just that I remember my prom. So much joy, so much passion. The best night of our lives, remember, dear?
Dad: You didn't go with me!
Mom: Oh. Right.

Ghost Girl: Be my boyfriend, Randy. FOREVER AND EVER AND EVER.

Vincent: Suck on that, suckers!

Vincent: Time to slice up some fresh bacon!

Mayor Jones: Hazy fantasie, Fred! Didn't you hear me when I said, "If you see a ghost girl, do not go to the prom with her."

Alice: And I would have succeeded, too, if it weren't for you meddling...schoolmates...of mine!

Shaggy: Ah, Scooby-Doo, you gotta believe me. I wanted to watch the marathon with you, but, like...
Scooby: Uh-uh. Don't touch me.


Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Randy James Arnold Taylor
Randy's mom Jennifer Hale
Randy's dad Maurice LaMarche
Alice May/Ghost Girl Hynden Walch
Deena Grey DeLisle
Vincent Van Ghoul Maurice LaMarche
Scooby-Doo Frank Welker
Shaggy Rogers Matthew Lillard
Vic Cook
Wade Wisinsiki
Chris Rutowski
David Schwartz
Kirk Tingblad
Jeff Hall
Derrick J. Wyatt
Dan Haskett
Velma Dinkley Mindy Cohn
Teen Driver N/A
Daphne Blake Grey DeLisle
Fred Jones Frank Welker
Suzie Chan or lookalike N/A
Mayor Fred Jones, Sr. Gary Cole
Sheriff Stone Patrick Warburton
Mr. E
Brad Chiles N/A
Judy Reeves N/A
Angel Dynamite Vivica A. Fox
The Creeper/Deacon Carswell N/A
Dale Dinkley N/A
Angie Dinkley N/A
Delilah Blake Jennifer Hale
Pig monster Frank Welker
Multi-Man or lookalike N/A
Coil-Man or lookalike N/A
Ethan Mitch Watson
Gary Tony Cervone
Ricky Owens (photo) N/A
Cassidy Williams (photo) N/A
Professor Pericles (photo) N/A
Ed Machine Richard McGonagle




  • Scooby Snacks
  • Miniature school model
  • The locket
  • Creeper costume
  • Yearbook





It was copyrighted in 2010.


The theme song was written and performed by Matthew Sweet, while the rest of the music was composed by Robert Kral, and was edited by Christine Luethje.


Dates are in order of release:

Behind the scenes

  • Randy, his mom, and his dad are parodies of Eric Foreman and his parents, Red and Kitty, from the sitcom That '70s Show.
  • The names of the people who worked on the vampire movie at the beginning are the real people that worked on this episode.
  • Shaggy and Velma have been together for a month.
  • Velma says "Jinkies" thrice.
  • Shaggy says "Zoinks" twice.
  • The flashback to the Creeper case is based on events in the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode "Jeepers, It's the Creeper." Mr. Carswell's name has been changed to Deacon Carlswell.
  • There are cameos of Suzie Chan from The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan, and Multi-Man and Coil-Man from the TV series The Impossibles.
  • Special thanks are given to Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, not because they worked on this episode, but because they created Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!


  • Even though Randy's from a "couple of towns" over, Randy's mom had a few other appearances after this episode which suggested that she had either moved or had always been a resident of Crystal Cove.
  • Alice says that Mystery Inc. will discover she pretended to be Carslwell's daughter, although she gave them too much credit than they're clearly worth, as they never do.

Everlasting influence

  • This is the first time a rift is formed between Scooby and Shaggy because of the latter secretly dating Velma behind his back. Scooby being angered by Shaggy ditching him for movie night to go to the prom with Velma is brought up in the next episode, "In Fear of the Phantom."
  • Also in the next episode, when Fred realizes he likes Daphne, he remembers back to dancing with her at prom.
  • Alice May returns in "Pawn of Shadows."

Marketing and promotion

The episode inspired the fifth stage of Cartoon Network to update their online game, Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Crystal Cove Online, which was updated at the time of the episode's release.

Critical reception

In other languages

Languages      Name  Meaning
French La Légende d'Alice May The Legend of Alice May
Greek Ο Θρύλος της Άλις Μέι The Legend of Alice May
Hungarian Alice May Legendája The Legend of Alice May
Italian Il Ballo Stregato The Haunted Prom
Polish Legenda Alicji Maj The Legend of Alice May
Portuguese A Lenda de Alice May The Legend of Alice May
Spanish La Leyenda de Alice May The Legend of Alice May

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