Scrappy A is for Ability. Scrappy ability is a Pokemon thing, something about being able to hit a ghost. If you know what this is, don't bother explaining, because it will not store.
Scrappy B is for Scrappy Brian. This is the nephew of beloved dog and philosopher Brian on the animated show Family Guy.
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Scrappy C is for Scrappy Coco, which was an alias on Adam Sandler's "Zohan" character.
Scrappy D was, not surprisingly, Scrappy Doo. The single most annoying cartoon character since Walt Disney's mom was changing poopy diapers.
Scrappy E was Scrappy Exploud, apparently a pokemon character which has Scrappy ability.
At this point I learned a very important lesson: Scrappy is a very popular thing in pokemon, and if I didn't want to learn far more about pokemon than I cared to, I would have to skip pokemon references and go to the next thing that came up.
Scrappy F is for Scrappy Firework quilts. Apparently there are a series of quilt kits named Scrappy this or that. I would have to delete them, as well.
Scrappy G is for the Scrappy Gourmet, a scrapbooking site. Gee, I see I may have another budding problem.
Scrappy H is for Clinton "Scrappy" Holmes, a high powered Texas Lawyer and partner in Holmes and Moore PLLC. Kinda put me in mind of Wilford Brimley.
He got the spot instead of yet another pokemon term. But he was a member of Super Lawyers from 2008-11.
Scrappy I is for "in Spanish", as it decided to translate Scrappy into "deshilvanado" for me.
Scrappy J is for yet another semi-famous Texas resident, Scrappy Jud Newcomb. He's a guitarist born in Ole Miss and living in Austin.
Not bad, actually.
Scrappy K is for... well, I got a pokemon thing (Kangaskhan), a scrapbook thing (Scrappy k's designs), and Scrappy kid, which took me to rapper Lil' Scrappy. None of which made my list. So I tried "ka" and got Scrappy Kapers, and Scrappy Kat, both of which were scrapbooking sites. So I tried Scrappy "ke", and I got Scrappy Kea, a scrapbooking blog that hasn't been added to since last September. Then I tried Scrappy Kerrville and got:
Scrappy L is for Scrappy Lambert, a dance band vocalist in the 20's, 30's, and 40's, who was the singer on Cheerio, Cherry Lips, Cheerio, which was the closing theme on the Dr. Demento show.
And finally for part one: Scrappy M is for Malloys'. Scrappy Malloys was the bar that the couple met at in Jack Johnson's cover of Ruppert Holmes' Escape (The Pina Colada Song) that was on the Secret Life of Walter Mitty soundtrack. (Instead of "a bar called O'Malleys").