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Friday, October 19, 2007


The expression "ruh roh!" come up in conversation last night, and my kid Alex and also I had different ideas about which cartoon character first used this comical expression of alarm.

First, take a guess: The answer:


Alex thought it to be Scooby Doo. I assumed (correctly) that it was Astro, the Jetson family members dog (click come listen).

But the man is understandable. The so late Don Messick voiced both characters, and also Scooby Doo, who has been roughly since 1969, is both more modern and much more popular 보다 "The Jetsons," which an initial aired in 1962.


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