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Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!
Episode 9 : Chefs of Steel

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Episode 9 : Chefs of Steel

Posted by Chet Frami

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Season 1

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30m

Dr. Phibes decides to hit Shaggy and Scooby in their most vulnerable spot - their stomachs! He invents a hypnotic hibachi and then hires an evil chef to use it on them as they visit the set of their favorite cooking show, "Chefs of Steel".

Genres: Animation, Comedy


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Season 1 | Episode 9 : Chefs of Steel

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Episodes
Episode 1 : Shags To Riches
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Episode 2 : More Fondue for Scooby-Doo!
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Episode 3 : High Society Scooby
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Episode 4 : Party Arty
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Episode 5 : Smart House
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Episode 6 : Lightning Strikes Twice
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Episode 7 : Don't Feed the Animals
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Episode 8 : Mystery of the Missing Mystery Solvers
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Episode 10 : Almost Ghosts
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Episode 11 : Pole to Pole
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Episode 12 : Big Trouble
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Episode 13 : Operation Dog and Hippy Boy
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