Special Sub-Topic: 'ScoobyDoo:' 'To Switch A Witch'
|What town does 'To Switch A Witch' take place in?|
Old Salem. The episode takes place in Old Salem at a friend's house!
|The episode is about a mysterious witch. Who sees this witch first?|
|What was the first clue the gang found in this episode?|
carpet being eaten away by something.
|What name and date is on the gravestone where the witch first appears?|
Milissa Wilcox 1733-1788. You have to pay attention, but it says Milissa Wilcox 1733-1788 and has the Sign of Mormo and the label Witch.
|The young woman in the show is named Arlene Wilcox. What is her father's name?|
Walter. Her father's name is Walter! While the gang is in the Witchcraft Museum, when they find the records of Arlene's family tree, if you look where it has 'Gemini' for Arlene, above it says 'Walter Wilcox' for her father!
|Squire Marley has a sort of catch phrase in the episode that he says multiple times. What is this catch phrase?|
saints preserve us. Squire Marley says, 'Saints preserve us' twice in the episode, but it sort of sticks out to me.
|On the gravestone of the witch there is a strange symbol. What is this symbol called?|
Sign Of Mormo. Later in the episode at the Witchcraft museum they find out that the symbol on the grave and on the signs Squire Marley posted is called the Sign Of Mormo and that it is designed to keep a witch in her grave.
|In the witchcraft museum, what makes the arm of the dummy move?|
mouse & a mouse & rodent & a rodent. A mouse was in the sleeve of the dummy at the witchcraft museum and scared Scooby half to death. It's the same dummy they use later in the episode to save Scooby from the dunking stool!
|How many times is the grave of the witch shown in this episode?|
6. Yup..I actually counted. The grave is shown six times in the episode (from the front).
|In the end of the show, right before Shaggy serves Scooby a live chicken bathing in the soup with a blue toothbrush, who do they find out is behind the trickery of the witch?|
Garr Mooney and Arlene's twin sister. The reason the witch looked exactly like Arlene Wilcox is the fact it was her 'long lost' twin sister. Arlene never knew about her, and in the family records the sisters' names were carefully crossed out and Gemini was written in the place where they were.
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