All the Scooby-Doo references ever made in Supernatural

Photo Credit: Supernatural/The CW by Dean Buscher Image Acquired from CW TV PR
Photo Credit: Supernatural/The CW by Dean Buscher Image Acquired from CW TV PR /

Scoobynatural may be the first time the two shows have crossed over, but it’s not the first time Scooby-Doo has been mentioned in Supernatural.

When the Supernatural showrunners confirmed there would be a crossover with Scooby-Doo, it was clear that this was a long-time coming. The series has had mentions of the Scooby Gang since the very first season. One of the most prominent was in Supernatural Season 11, when Dean called Crowley “Velma” and then Crowley retorted he’s more of a Daphne.

Sure enough, Dean has always had a thing for that purple-dress wearing member of the Scooby Gang. It’s not surprising at all in the promo for “Scoobynatural” that he’s calling dibs on Daphne right away and thinks she can do better than Fred. There may even be a kiss for him by the end of the episode.

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With so many mentions of the world’s favorite animated dog, it’s hard to remember all of them. Well, now you don’t have to thanks to a fan.

Wayward Winchester on YouTube has put together a video of every single Scooby-Doo reference ever made on the series. He’s also included a few out-of-the-box mentions, such as the inclusion of Dog!Dean and nougat-loving Jack watching an episode of Scooby-Doo on TV during Supernatural Season 13.

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They’re not in any particular order, but each clip will have you chuckling. It’s amazing just how many mentions there have been, either direct or indirect. Check out the video below for all the Scooby-Doo references ever made in Supernatural.

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Which mentions did you forget about? Is there any Wayward Winchester has missed from the video? Share your favorites in the comments below.

Supernatural airs “Scoobynatural” on Thursday at 8/7c on The CW.