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There are many living relatives, especially uncles and aunts.
The males in the Rogers family tend to be Shaggy-based: relatively tall (around 6 Foot), slimmed-skinny in structure, brown haired with elipsoid heads and prominent chins. Many of the men in their family are sporting a goatee as Shaggy does. The only bulky Rogers family member shown is Mr. Rogers in his prime as a police officer. The females in the family have lighter head shape with pointy chins and thin womenly bodies, them all are shown to be blondes or to have light orangish hair.
With the exception of Mr. Rogers in his prime as a police officer, most of the Rogers are shown to be scaredy cats as Shaggy - possibly a common trait, they also use hippy slang (a lot of "Like", etc.) and possess a huge apetite just as Shaggy.
The Rogerses were descended from McBaggy Rogers, an English pilgrim who immigrated to America on the Mayflower, and settled in Plymouth, New England. It seemed that his descendants spread across the United States and even took part in the American Civil War, fighting for the south, Uncle Beauregard for instance.
A Pup Named Scooby-DooEdit
Shaggy was raised in Coolsville, where he attended Coolsville Junior High School. His father was a police officer for the local station, while his mother took care of him and his younger sister, Sugie.
Shaggy informed his dad of Scooby's running away from their home, which upset Sugie.
The Scooby-Doo ShowEdit
The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo ShowEdit
- A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
- The New Scooby and Scrappy Doo Show
- 113. Wedding Bell Boos!
Scooby Doo (DC Comics)Edit
- The name McBaggy has the Scottish "Mc" prefix in it, that may indicate a much distant Scottish ancestry for the Rogerses.
- Their home in the DC comic story, How I Spent My Winter Break, looks different to the one they had in Coolsville in A Pup Named Scooby Doo and from the other house they later moved to in Plymouth, New England.