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Dee Dee Skyes is a supporting protagonist in the 2020 Warner Bros. animated movie Scoob!.
She was voiced by Kiersey Clemon, who also played Darling in the live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp.
Dee Dee Skyes first appeared as she welcomes Scooby Doo and Shaggy after she saved them from Dick Dastardly's minions the Rottens. She explained the robots' attacks, but hasn't figured out
the reason behind it. Dee Dee then led the duo to the Blue Falcon, who is revealed to be the son of the original Blue Falcon, and Dynomutt; however, an alarm goes off in the ship alerting that Dick Dastardly and his ship, The Mean Machine, are close by. Dee Dee explains that he tracked Shaggy and Scooby from the bowling alley to the ship before running up to the helm of the ship and piloting it as a chase ensues.
Inside the Falcon Fury, she, along with Dynomutt and Blue Falcon, explained to Shaggy and Scooby that Dastardly is collecting the skulls of Cerberus, although they still don't know what they have to do with Shaggy and Scooby, or why Dastardly wants them. They reveal that Dastardly already has one and that if they don't stop him, he'll get the other two.
Just as this was said, Dick Dastardly used harpoons to latch onto the Falcon Fury and is about to drag it in; Dee Dee however commands Dynomutt to send out the beam that sucked up Shaggy and Scooby, but to put it on the reverse setting, so that it pushes them away from the Mean Machine.