- To mark the first of Evan's many goofs and gaffs, "the guy who voiced Apu", and who played Victor "Animal" Palotti is Hank Azaria.
- On a related note, Godzilla was actually released in 1998, not 1999.
- Evan attempts a Shaggy impression when he says "I'm gonna go get some more Fruitmeir's", but he ends up sounding more like Morty from Rick & Morty.
- He claims that Angel Dynamite says "If that dog mutates I'm putting it down. Dead." Which Luke plays along with. Our current featured artist Tricia is the one who pointed out that she actually says "Dig."
- Lastly, the "word for drama that is a little more unpleasant" that Evan was searching for and not coming up with was "sordid".
EPISODE 11 - "Beware the Beast from Below"
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated
Season 1, Episode 1
We all know that Luke loves Evan and Evan loves their listeners, but what about Scooby's human hangers-on? Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated is here to answer that very question, as right off the bat this incarnation of the franchise immediately gets to connecting the dots [in this case "dots" refers to Fred, Daphne, Velma, and Shaggy, and the connection being made is a romantic, as opposed to merely platonic, one].
Now that it's summer there's no better time to sit back in the shade and listen to 1.5 hours of your hosts discussing animated teen relationships! To top off all of those hormonal emotions we have a golden-voiced law enforcement officer, concerned parentals, a town seemingly beset by the supernatural, and, of course, a multi-cellular mutation that's probably the result of radiated allotropes and free radical implosion. We hear that the latter's quite the treat when frozen!
- A bit that began with Luke saying that he's "seeded the ground" and which ends with Evan quoting "place my seed in you" is a reference to one of their favourite jokes on The Office, as seen below:
- The 11th episode of Scooby Dudes and the 11th incarnation of the televised Scooby-Doo franchise is certainly something that the hosts could "pore into [. . .] from kind of, a, Jewish religious scriptural and analytical perspective" or "from a numerological perspective". Luke was harkening back to The Chosen, a novel they read in high school by Chaim Potok.
- Yes, you heard that right, Luke finding out that Patrick Warburton's Twitter handle was "@paddywarbucks" is really "one of the saddest moment in [his] life to date".
- Would it be "Nurse Joys" or "Nurses Joy"? Either way, it's the expected result if all of Daphne's sisters had chosen to pursue a career in nursing.
- Those of you who listened to the radio once in the past month will recognize the song Evan butchered and misremembered as Julia Michaels' "Issues".
- It was "The Mummies of Malenque", Episode 1, Season 2 of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest that scarred Evan's due to a scene where Jessie is instantly desiccated by some kind of gas.
- Evan tells Luke that he "could hear the way you spelled it in the way you said it", so for the sake of those who may not be in the know, that would be: T H I C C
- The Slime Mutant is actually a pretty perfect amalgamation of both Blight and Glob Herman, as it has the former's hue and radioactive properties and the latter's bulk and other assorted innards.