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First reference: From the Files of Primatech, Part 2
"Scooby-Doo" on Wikipedia

The popular television show Scooby-Doo is sometimes referenced by characters on Heroes.


Scooby-Doo was first created as a television show in 1969, and has gone through many iterations in various media since then. The franchise revolves around a group of four young mystery solvers (and their dog): leader Freddie Jones, vain Daphne Blake, smart and nerdy Velma Dinkley, slacker Shaggy Rogers, and the easily frightened Great Dane Scooby-Doo. One of Shaggy's most common catchphrases is "Zoinks!"


Graphic Novel:From the Files of Primatech, Part 2

In 1963, Kaito Nakamura tries to get the attention of Chris Coolidge by tapping him on the shoulder and saying, "Zoinks."

Heroes Evolutions

  • In one of his posts on A Hero's Quest, Hiro posts a puzzle, and asks, "Zoinks! Any idea what this means?"
  • In another post, Hiro notes that Mindy was carrying a file on Adam Monroe. Hiro exclaims, "Zoinks! What could my diabolical arch enemy have to do with all this?"


  • George Takei did voice work for the video Scooby-Doo and the Samurai Sword.

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Battlestar GalacticaBuffy the Vampire SlayerCrossing JordanThe Greatest American HeroHe-ManLas VegasNBCQuantum LeapScooby-DooStar Trek

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