So what is Scooby Dudes, exactly?

Scooby Dudes is the fever dream/passion project of two lifelong friends, Luke and Evan. Every Monday they take a deep dive into a piece of Scooby-Doo media [typically an episode of one of the many animated TV shows], recapping it and having a blast along the way. 

When does it update?

Ah, I guess I got a little overeager with your last question and just answered that. But to answer it again: a new episode goes up a little after midnight on Mondays, EST.

And who are Luke and Evan?

They're those two guys on the right, with the latter holding the former in his arms. We're sorry if the cartoon nudity got you in trouble for visiting this site at work. If you're interested to find out more about them, check out the "The Dudes" page, which you can find under "Creators". 

Where can I listen to the podcast?

If you head over to the "Episodes" page, or the front page of this site, you'll have access to the entire Scooby Dudes archive, which includes show notes and screenshots for each respective episode. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunesStitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, and anywhere else good, decent, upstanding podcasts are found. Our RSS feed can be found here.

Who's responsible for [insert specific reference to art found on site here]?

Wow, "who's responsible"? That's how you want to frame that question? Weird tone to go with. All title cards should have their artist written in their caption, and you can learn more about all of our featured artists on the "Artists" page, also found under "Creators". The logo was illustrated by Evan, and all background art by Sam Wade, the first of our featured artists.

How do I become a featured artist?

Drop us a line through any of the ways listed on our "Contact" page! We're more than happy to discuss compensation, and how long you'd like to be a part of what we're doing here. We do ask that artists be willing to illustrate a minimum of four to six title cards. 

So what's the deal with your theme song?

The Scooby Dudes theme song was written by Luke, with some minor help from Evan. Luke also sang, played guitar, and mixed it together himself. Evan chimed in with some vocals, too.

No, I mean that final lyric.

Oh! So the theme song had spelled out up to that point that the podcast was for both dudes and ladies. That being said, we also recognize that there are some people out there who don't identify with either classification. We end with "if you're LGBTQ" because we wanted to communicate that this podcast really is for absolutely everybody. Unless you don't like Scooby-Doo, in which case why are you even here-

I love it, I want more!

Wow, really loving your enthusiasm! We like to think that we provide more extras than the average podcast here on our site. If you're looking for even more Scooby Dudes goodness, though, head on over to our Patreon! Bonus content starts at just $1/month, with even more content the higher your donation. If that's not really your jam then no worries, we love all of our Scooby Dudes listeners and hope you continue tuning in every week.