|Poop or Scoop|
|"Poop or Scoop!"|
Poop or Scoop is a zoology "true or false" based puzzle game. The player must determine whether or not the host's animal facts are indeed true—with Scoop meaning true, Poop meaning false.
The host of the show is just that of an arm, or all that appears is his arm. His species or race is yet unknown.The host usually welds a cane and talks similar to a carnival game host.
The player is asked 4 true or false questions about animals. After asking the player for their answer, the truth is shortly revealed with a fact about the said animal, usually followed by a one-liner from the host.
The host of Poop or Scoop is voiced by Danny Wells, who also played Luigi in the 'Super Mario Brothers Super Show'.
At the end of the game, the host gives the player his/her rank based on how many questions were answered correctly.
- 1/4 correct answers: Pooper
- 2/4 correct answers: Pooper Scooper
- 3/4 correct answers: Super Pooper Scooper
- 4/4 correct answers: Super Duper Pooper Scooper
Episode 1&14 (In episode 2 and episode 28):
Q1: Some fish can live outside the water (Scoop; the lungfish).
Q2: The hippopotamus eats 200 pounds of fish in a single day (Poop; hippos are vegetarians).
Q3: Some woodpeckers can wrap their tongues around their skulls (Scoop).
Q4: When the possum sees an enemy, it will lie down and pretend to be dead (Scoop).
Episode 2 (In episode 4):
Q1: Fish that live in the Arctic keep warm by swimming close together in big schools (Poop; fish that live in the Arctic have special blood to keep them warm).
Q2: Mountain goats have suction cups at the bottom of their feet to help them keep their balance (Poop; mountain goats learn to keep balance by running up and down rocks and soft padding helps them, too).
Q3: No animal has a more impressive range of defense weapons than the termite (Scoop).
Q4: The brightly colored Japanese sea slug its coloring to attract other sea life because its naturally friendly (Poop; the sea slug's coloring is to warn predators that it's poisonous).
Episode 3&16 (In episode 5 and episode 30):
Q1: Sharks have a poorly developed sense of smell and must rely on good eyesight to catch their prey (Poop; sharks have a really strong sense of smell).
Q2: Crocodiles can run at speeds of up to 30 mph (Poop; crocodiles cannot run that fast).
Q3: The mosquito is the most dangerous creature on Earth (Scoop).
Q4: Millipedes really have one thousand legs (Poop; the largest millipede lives in South Africa, but only has 710 legs, which is still more limbs than any other creature alive).
Episode 4 (In episode 7):
Q1: The Australian wallaby likes to puke up its food and then eat it all over again (Scoop; because they live in an arid climate, the wallaby has to get all the nutrients from the food it eats).
Q2: The sea cucumber likes to vomit on its enemies (Scoop).
Q3: Even though they look skinny, pythons have big appetites and need to eat 3 square meals a day (Poop; pythons can go for months without eating).
Q4: The sloth kills monkeys and other small mammals with its sharp claws (Poop; the sloth uses its claws to pull leaves towards them).
Episode 5&20 (In episode 12 and episode 36):
Q1: The whip scorpion has a very nasty sting on its tail (Poop; instead of a stinger, the whip scorpion can spray acid into the eyes of predators from its tail).
Q2: A single duck billed platypus can take care of himself against larger predators like wild dogs and man (Scoop; male platypuses have a poisonous spur on the back of its hind legs).
Q3: Camels really do spit (Scoop).
Q4: Owls can turn their heads around 360 degrees (Poop; owls can move their heads in different directions, not all the way around).
Episode 6&15 (In episode 13 and episode 29):
Q1: A cheetah can go from zero to 40 mph in under 2 seconds (Scoop).
Q2: The vampire bat isn’t a bit like Count Dracula, he’s as harmless as a mouse (Poop; vampire bats get their name because they feed on the blood of sleeping animals).
Q3: The gecko is a type of lizard that can say it’s own name (Scoop).
Q4: The tarantula must eat twice its own weight in food every day in order to survive (Poop; tarantulas can go for two years without food).
Episode 7&17 (In episode 14 and episode 31):
Q1: You can smell a skunk spray from a mile away (Scoop).
Q2: Some snakes can fly (Scoop; flying snakes can leap from branches and glide in the air).
Q3: A rat’s teeth grow 5 inches a year (Scoop; a rat's teeth grows all the time, but it wears them down just as fast by gnawing on things).
Q4: Ostriches really do bury their heads in the sand (Poop; what ostriches really do is put their heads down low and fluff up their feathers, making them look like bushes growing on tall stems, thus leading to the popular myth).
Episode 8&19 (In episode 16 and episode 33):
Q1: The panda bear has six fingers (Scoop).
Q2: Most species of bird eat only once a week (Poop; because flying takes a lot of energy, most birds have to eat half their body weight).
Q3: The horseshoe crab isn’t really a crab at all (Scoop; horseshoe crabs are more closely related to scorpions).
Q4: The world’s largest animal, the giant blue whale, feeds on the world’s smallest animal (Scoop).
Episode 9&18 (In episode 17 and episode 32):
Q1: Though they don’t look alike, the wombat is an Australian relative of the American bat (Poop; the wombat is a marsupial).
Q2: Oysters can change from male to female (Scoop).
Q3: Although the giraffe has a long neck, it’s tongue is only a few inches long (Poop; a giraffe's tongue is 18-20 inches).
Q4: Some kinds of frogs and toads eat with their eyeballs (Scoop).
Episode 10&21 (In episode 18 and episode 39):
Q1: Some ants can turn other ants into their slaves (Scoop).
Q2: Some fish carry their own flashlights (Scoop).
Q3: The Jesus lizard gets its name from the fact that it can heal people (Poop; the Jesus lizard (or basilisk lizard) gets its name because it can run on water).
Q4: Young sand tiger sharks need the protection of their mothers until they’re almost 2 years old (Poop; shark embryos fight each other in their mothers womb, the strongest one eats its siblings so when it's born it's ready to go on its own).
Episode 11 (In episode 23):
Q1: The hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards (Scoop).
Q2: Turtles have seven rows of tiny teeth used to chew their food (Poop; turles don't have teeth).
Q3: Some animals, like the skink lizard, detach parts of their body in order to escape from predators (Scoop).
Q4: The killer whale isn’t really a whale (Scoop).
Episode 12&13 (In episode 25 and episode 27):
Q1: A cockroach can live for a week without its head (Scoop).
Q2: The Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish is considered a rare delicacy in China and is eaten on special occasions (Poop; the Portuguese man-of-war is extremely poisonous).
Q3: Black widow spiders take a single mate for a lifetime. (Poop; females can through several mates because they eat the male).
Q4: Ostriches has really big brains (Poop; an ostrich's brain is no bigger than its eyeballs).
Episode 22 (In episode 40):
Q1: An electric eel generates enough electricity to power a 20-story office building (Poop; the electric eel has 600 watts, about the same as a car battery).
Q2: Giant pandas eat more than 30 pounds of bamboo a day (Scoop).
Q3: The narwhal used that long tusk to skewer other fish like a shish kebab (Poop; male narwhals use their tusks to fight each other in mating rituals).
Q4: The porcupine can actually shoot its quills at predators and prey (Poop; after their stick onto an enemy, a porcupine's quills break off).
Episode 23 (In episode 42):
Q1: All starfish have 5 arms like a star (Poop; the crown-of-thorns starfish has 23 arms).
Q2: The average rhea can run faster than 50 mph (Scoop).
Q3: The pufferfish gets its name because it puffs air out of its mouth, making it the only fish that can swim backwards (Poop; it gets its name because it puffs up when an enemy attacks it).
Q4: Some cicadas live underground for almost 20 years before seeing the light of day (Scoop).
Episode 24 (In episode 43):
Q1: Some rodents weigh more than 100 pounds (Scoop).
Q2: The rhinoceroses horn is made of hair (Scoop).
Q3: Cows have four stomached instead of one to help digest all that grass (Scoop).
Q4: Wrasse can swim safely among predators because its deadly poisonous (Poop; wrasse help big fishes' mouths and skin).
Episode 25 (In episode 45):
Q1: All spiders catch meals by using spider webs (Poop; a trapdoor spider hides in a burrow until an insect comes close to its home).
Q2: The California Condor is one of the most dangerous hunters in the sky (Poop; the condor is a scavenger).
Q3: Otters build build mud and snow slides as quick escape routes from dangerous predators (Poop; otters slide for fun).
Q4: Pangolin is easy pickings for predators (Poop; when threatened, a pangolin rolls into a ball).
Episode 26 (In episode 48):
Q1: Pythons have ears (Poop; like all snakes, pythons do not have ears and listen by feeling vibrations on the ground).
Q2: Gorillas have dense bony ridges on top of their skulls to warn off predators (Poop; gorillas need the bony ridges to support their jaws).
Q3: The Komodo dragon is the World’s biggest lizard (Scoop).
Q4: Some horseflies can actually fly at speeds of up to 90 mph (Scoop).
Episode 27 (In episode 49):
Q1: Elephants really are afraid of mice (Poop).
Q2: When you cut planarians in half, each half grows back into a whole one (Scoop).
Q3: Male seahorses give birth to baby seahorses (Scoop).
Q4: Gila monsters have sharp fangs like snakes to deliver their poisonous venom (Poop; Gila monsters have to massage the venom into its prey while biting it).
Episode 28 (In episode 52):
Q1: When a male and female praying mantis hook up, you can expect them to live a long and happy life together (Poop; a female mantis eats the male's head after they mate).
Q2: Monarch butterflies migrate all the way from Canada to Mexico and back (Scoop).
Q3: Giraffes are afraid of heights (Scoop; giraffes are afraid of falling over, so they won't take a step that's too high off the ground).
Q4: Monkfish fish for other fish (Scoop).
- In Episodes 40, 42, 43, 45, 48, 49, and 52, the viewers can hear the audience say "Straight Scoop" or "Animal Poop" before the final answer, instantly giving the viewers the answers.