• 13:48 - Luke says, and then Evan confirms, that the Nickelodeon gameshow in which contestants were slimed was "Double Dare Challenge". It's actually just "Double Dare". 
  • 45:04 - You can very clearly hear Luke say "hunder". Just wanted that to be officially on record. 

EPISODE 13 - "The Ghostly Creep from the Deep"
The New Scooby-Doo Movies
Season 1, Episode 12

7/10/2017 - Can you believe that we've now done back-to-back sports-themed recap episodes? Why can't we go back to the good old days, when we accidentally did back-to-back Scrappy episodes instead? Suddenly this brief athletic sequences doesn't seem quite so awful.

If you end up being surprised by just how much Luke knows about the Harlem Globetrotters, trust us, you're far from the only one. What's Evan to do when his co-host is so well-versed in the episode's guest star? Answer: his best. And man, if you thought that we've had some outros, you are in for a doozy this time around. The good kind of doozy, probably.

  • 2:00 - Luke never fully explains what it is, but "Sweet Georgia Brown" was a jazz tune that was adopted as the Harlem Globetrotters' theme. We can almost guarantee that you'll recognize it immediately.
  • 9:58 - The Jonathan Safran Foer novel that Evan spied when glancing over at this shelf is Everything Is Illuminated. It's not a book to be read to your kids at night.
  • 11:12 - "Leave them kids alone!"
  • 25:47 - Speaking of "swamp rat" and terms that sound like slurs:
  • 29:04 - "European History" is seriously one of the best Whitest Kids U Know sketches in existence.
  • 50:15 - This is but a single scene in what's a thoroughly hilarious film from beginning to end.
  • 1:00:49 - In spite of trying quite hard to find the basketball Vines that Luke was talking about, all we were able to find were these ones featuring this weird kid who shrieks. We did not like them and will not be linking to them.
  • 1:06:06 - The sheer, unadulterated vindication that Evan felt at having been right about a basketball-headed Globetrotter. . . You could bottle that up and sell it.