Frederick Rufus "Fred" Rogers-Dinkley: Velma's son with Shaggy Rogers (named after Fred Jones and Rufus Dinkley), as seen in the final volume of Scooby Apocalypse.
She is initially pregnant, but eventually gives birth to a girl in "Velma Makes a List". Cherry Jones as Victoria Jones, Fred's mother who often spoils and babies her son. Gary Cole as Lamont Rogers, Norville's white father who works as a therapist and Crystal Cove High's school counselor.
Shaggy has five children, two boys from his first relationship with Carol Johnson and three girls with his wife, Rebecca. His sons are Richard Burrell Jr. and Tyler. Richard is following his father as a musician.
Shaggy decided to break up with Velma in favor of his relationship with Scooby, ultimately deciding that he wasn't ready for a committed relationship. Velma became irate and inconsolable at the realization that he chose a dog over her.
Frederick Rufus Rogers-Dinkley: Shaggy and Velma's son in Scooby Apocalypse.
Mary Jane is a college student and Shaggy Rogers's love interest whom she met on a plane heading for Spooky Island. She is allergic to dogs, but tolerates it for the sake of Shaggy and Scooby-Doo. She was at one point possessed by a demon until her protoplasm was freed and returned to her body.
“I didn't expect it to blow up.” For those who have followed the long-running animated franchise, it was probably no surprise that Velma is a lesbian. Fans have heralded her as a queer icon, and previous Scooby-Doo writers and producers have tried to depict her as such for at least 20 years.
Patrick Wisely is the museum curator for the Coolsonian Criminology Museum, and the love interest of Velma Dinkley in Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.
After reading it, Fred loses his misogynistic perspective on women and begins realizing his behaviour was wrong. He also gains a crush on Velma, but Velma no longer has a crush on him due to witnessing his immature and selfish personality.
Personal life. Burrell married his long-term partner Rebecca Packer in 2014 and together they have three daughters. Burrell has two sons from a previous relationship. His son Richard O'Neil Burrell is an American rapper known as Robb Banks.
Frederick Rufus Rogers-Dinkley is the newborn son of Shaggy Rogers and Dr. Velma Dinkley.
Shaggy is a lanky, teenage male; he is fairly light for his age—even Velma Dinkley can pick him up with her own hands.
While in Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo! and Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated, Velma is portrayed as a lesbian, here she's better described as bisexual or pansexual. Apparently, she has crushes on both Daphne and Fred in the show, and her feelings for them are discussed early on.
Mystery Incorporated, has directly stated that Velma and Marcie Fleach are an official couple after the timeline resets in Come Undone, and even stated that Velma was a closeted lesbian before that.
Parents need to know that Velma is an animated update/spin-off of the beloved 1970s cartoon Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? But this one is intended for adults: There's much more mature material here than in the original.
Mystery Incorporated, Velma is in a romantic relationship with Shaggy, much to the distaste of Scooby-Doo.
This episode shows the first-ever (and only) kiss between Shaggy and Daphne (both were under the influence of hallucinogenic wood and thought the circumstances were different; Daphne would have reconciled with Fred had the circumstances been what she thought).
Eventually, he realizes he loves Daphne, and during episode 24, Dead Justice, Fred proposes to her, but the engagement is short-lived.
But Velma being gay isn't just something in queer people's minds. In addition to her funny comments in the 1970s, creators have been trying to portray Velma as openly gay for decades. Take the hit live-action Scooby-Doo movie, for instance.
The character Velma is portrayed as being attracted to women in the new Scooby Doo movie. Fans have been theorizing for years, but now clips from the new movie Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo! appear to confirm it — the character Velma Dinkley is attracted to women.
People have also long believed that Velma is gay and, in 2022, Velma was finally portrayed as a lesbian in the animated film Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo! However, until now, Velma and Daphne had never had a canonic romantic relationship in a Scooby-Doo TV series or movie.
Velma Dinkley is Shaggy's official love interest in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated; it is the first series to have an officially stated romantic relationship between the two.
Shaggy, from the neck down, is played by Nazanin Afshin-Jam, who was likely picked because, at the time of filming, she was competing in the Miss World Canada beauty pageant. Shot 24 is the only time Shaggy Chick is played entirely by Afshin-Jam, as they are only seen from below the neck.