- 1:23 - Evan has been informed that Tony Shalhoub's surname is not pronounced "Shal-oob" by an Arabic speaker. That said, he has also found the actor himself using the same pronunciation. This note is being made in the event of both Evan and Shalhoub himself being wrong.
- 58:47 - This is particularly embarrassing, especially given Evan's strong assertion to Luke that the origins of "Help me, help me!" can be traced back to his "favourite black and white cartoon" and not that one scene in The Emperor's New Groove. In actuality that famous quote is from the original 1958 version of The Fly. Oops
1:13:33 - He also incorrectly states that this is the second episode to feature one of Jason Lum's title cards, when in fact it's the first.
EPISODE 17 - "Scoobra Kadoobra"
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo
Season 1, Episode 2
8/14/2017 - It's been a long while since we last caught up with Shaggy, Scooby, and Daphne (and Scrappy and Flim-Flam), but we're finally back to cover their first attempt at busting a ghost and returning it to the chest where it belongs. That's how the ectoplasmic judicial system works; you just lock 'em up and throw away the key. It's rife with corruption, but the truth is that most people believe they work and don't think much else-
Anyway, in spite of having both a diminutive dog and human child, this episode is great! It's possibly the zaniest we've seen any Scooby-Doo cartoon get, and with so many gags per minute chances are that some have to land, and they definitely do. Maldor the Malevolent may not have a sense of humour, but he stars in an episode that's wall-to-wall jokes.
10:51 - eBaum's World is truly a hot mess right now that we can't recommend visiting, but below is one of the classic internet jump scares that discussed. Watch at your own peril.
13:06 - Dark Orko appears in the aptly titled DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #3. You can check out what that looks like here.
29:50 - How can you hear the words "dragon racist" and not think of one of the Flight of the Conchord's least well-known tunes? It's a good one, it's just no "Business Time", is all we're saying-
34:49 - This goes all the way back to their college days, but Luke and Evan always, always, always refer to any kind of magical control over the elements as "-bending". It's something they do, and that you should do, too.
53:54 - Merlin's foe in The Sword in the Stone is Madam Mim. Evan had been thinking "Morgan le Fay", and it's a good thing he didn't say that or else this would be over in the section on the left. Oh, and if you wanted to check out that duel here it is:
1:05:13 - Evan's right, the two evil exes that Scott must defeat pop up in Volume 5, Scott Pilgrim vs. the Universe. That's definitely a series that's well-worth checking out, especially if you enjoyed Edgar Wright's film adaptation!