Stinkweed appears in "Lights…Camera…Monster", an episode of A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. He is the lead character in a series of monster films, portrayed by Vincent Thorne. Thorne eventually got sick of making Stinkweed movies, so he committed robberies while disguised as Stinkweed in an attempt to generate bad publicity for the character and force the studio to stop making Stinkweed movies.
Stinkweed is a brownish-green humanoid monster covered in numerous thorns, some of which are colored the same as its skin, while others are blue. Almost every part of its body is extremely long and skinny, including its neck, arms, legs, fingers, toes, tail and tongue. Its mouth is large and jagged, and its eyes are red and swirly.
The monster was menacing, but extremely gullible. Scooby-Doo and the gang fooled him into thinking they were shoe shoppers without even needing to disguise themselves.
- Stinkweed is the third villain in A Pup Named Scooby-Doo to be based on an in-universe fictional character, the first two being Dr. Croaker and Boogedy Bones.