• Luke notes that earlier on he and Evan had been discussing Red Shoes & the 7 Dwarfs (yes, the title really is stylized that way), which was not recorded and did not make its way into the episode. It's an animated feature film which has garnered a lot of press for body shaming its lead.
  • Evan states that "Rumble in the Jungle" featured George Foreman and Mike Tyson going head to head, when it was really George Foreman squaring off against The Great One, Muhammad Ali himself.
  • At one point Luke notes that he's receiving "bad looks from every corner" and also consults the "resident vegan". In both cases he's referring to his wife, who was in the room while he recorded this episode.

EPISODE 10 - "Jeepers, It's the Creeper"
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Season 2, Episode 4

We've returned to Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! for an episode that acts as both an hour or so of comedic recapping as well as a guide to everyone's favourite Mjojang game! That's right, this week the gang must face off against the Creeper, who just won't stop blowing up their painstakingly constructed houses! [Additional Minecraft reference!]

It's a particularly classic episode, but also a particularly violent one. Kicks are thrown, rakes are stepped on, and more than one brawl breaks out among the gang and their supposed supernatural opponent. Luckily that bellicosity doesn't spread to your co-hosts, who are eager to dive into covering the goings on of their preferred prying youths together.

  • The difference in size between George Foreman and Gary Coleman is a whopping 1 foot, 8 inches. 
  • Evan's quip of "No signs of sexual trauma" is a quote from "You Kill Me", Season 8, Episode 8 of CSI. The lab techs engage in a morbid thought experiment one of them cooks up, which results in the phrase being repeated as a delightful running gag. 
  • "The Good Scoob-maritan" is, of course, a reference to the Parable of the Good Samaritan, which can be found in the Book of Luke, Chapter 10, verse 25 to 37
  • In case you wanted to hear "Daydreamin'", or the song about loving large flightless African fowl:
  • Here's "that Australian man talking about the wild dogs that come bounding over" (seven years later and it's still hilarious):
  • And now that Hot Rod flashback we both experienced when noticing the Hermit of the Hills' desire for his guests to return to him:
  • Neither Luke nor Evan really believe in the concept of "alpha" or "beta" males. Also, you may be tempted to look up /r/incels, but don't. It's a terrible place and will honestly just make you feel worse about yourself and humanity as a whole.