• 9:14 - The comedy musical duo of Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome is of course "Garfunkel and Oates" and not "Hall & Oates", as Evan incorrectly stated.
  • 44:10 - Evan also draws attention to the song "Romp 101" crediting Jon Colton Barry, Greg Camp, and Zac Moncrief, spotlighting it as curious. Little did he know that the former writes music and even has his own SoundCloud! What a fool he was!

EPISODE 18 - "Mystery 101"
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!
Season 1, Episode 1

8/21/2017 - Have you ever wanted to take a long, hard look at the apple that struck Sir Isaac Newton on the noggin, prompting him to invent gravity, which thereby keeps all of us from being sucked out into the cold airless void of space? Well, watching Be Cool, Scooby-Doo! is the closest thing you can get to seeing how this podcast came to be.

It's not that it's painfully funny, delightfully self-aware, respectful of its predecessors, and stars one of the best voice casts of any other show thus far . . . wait, actually, it is 100% all of those things. This particular episode is also books, puppets, vending machines, and even tactics. What are you waiting for, watch it and then listen to us talk about it!

  • 5:21 - Here's the post in question on Facebook and on Twitter. If you'd prefer not to see it using either method, here's one final link to it on Imgur.

  • 10:03 - The Newsboys, a popular Christian rock band, losing their frontman Peter Furler is particularly notable in that he was later replaced by Michael Tait, who once fronted his own eponymous Christian rock band and was a member of the Christian rap and rock trio DC Talk. Similar parallels in the secular music world are hard to come by.

  • 27:14 - The Ghost of Elias Kingston "bamfs", according to Luke, which completely unrelated from Urban Dictionary's definition of the term. No, in this case it's meant to reference the onomatopoeia of the sound the Marvel character Nightcrawler makes when he teleports. The following scene featuring him certainly does portray him as a BAMF: