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Rapp Scallion the Cook was one of the four crewmembers on Captain Marley's quest to find the treasure of Big Whoop. After their horrible discovery, Rapp held one of the four map-pieces that led to the mysterious and relatively unknown Dinky Island, home of Big Whoop. After the crew-members go their separate ways, Rapp opens a hot dog stand, the Steamin' Weenie Hut, on Scabb Island.
After his transformation into a ghost LeChuck seeks his revenge against Marley and his crew. In the third game he describes how he sent a fully-lit cake to the Steamin' Weenie on Rapp's thirty-fifth birthday, knowing of the cook's forgetful habit of leaving the gas on; as he planned, Rapp did not survive and was buried in a crypt on the island.
In Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge, in order to get Rapp's map-piece Guybrush must resurrect him. He must first identify his coffin from a quote insribed on it (also found in a book of famous pirate quotations) and bring a sample of his ash to the Voodoo Lady. She prepares a special batch of Ash-2-Life for him, in a convenient powder form. When Guybrush resurrects Rapp, he must turn off the gas at the Steamin' Weenie Hut so that Rapp can rest in peace before he will give his map-piece away.
In the third game Guybrush has a flashback of Rapp's resurrection. Rapp is also depicted alive as an animatronic puppet on the Rollercoaster of Death.
- Rapp's name is a reference to the term rapscallion, a reference for a mischievous trickster or a scoundrel.
- When Rapp disappears for good he makes a thumbs up with his left hand. As his body turns to ash his hand is still visible for a second before it too turns to ash. This is an obvious homage to the ending of the film Terminator 2: Judgement Day.
- Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge and Special Edition
- The Curse of Monkey Island (flashback; Dynamo-Monkelectric version)
- David W. Collins (Special Edition)