- So this episode was initially Episode 9 of Season 3 of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, but it was later repackaged as being Episode 9 of Season 3 of The Scooby-Doo Show. We used the former in this episode, but the latter here on the site.
- The Cat Creature does not in fact make sultry, masculine MEOWs.
- We make a number of references (Scoob and Shag vibrating through a door, turning into monsters, etc.) to "High Rise Hair Raiser", the first episode of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour. We actually covered that in our bonus "Episode 0" which we actually offer as one of our Patreon tier rewards. It's certainly not our intention to tease content behind a paywall, but we'd recorded it not too long ago and it was still very fresh in our minds.
EPISODE 2 - "Make a Beeline Away from that Feline"
The Scooby-Doo Show
Season 3, Episode 9
Episode titles that rhyme are already great, and this is undoubtedly one of the greatest among them. Having covered such an incredible installment of Scooby-Doo in their second-ever episode, what's left to do for Scooby Dudes as a podcast?
Tune in to hear Evan and Luke tell each other again and again just how much they love that their co-host has said something, get the scoop on the upcoming Scooby Dudes slogan appearing on a piece of apparel near you, and furrow your brow in mild concern over just how much abuse the titular Great Dane endures in this episode.
- Apparently the reason the title of the show ends in an exclamation point instead of a question mark is due to the Hollywood superstition that the latter is unlucky.
- In Hungarian this episode title is "Ez a macskaméreg nem a ciánkáli", which hilariously translates to "This Cat Poison is Not the Potassium Cyanide".
- If you Google "mile long hot dog" the first result is literally a link to the place where Scooby and Shaggy bought theirs. That said, the world's longest hot dog was actually 203.8 metres, or 669 ft, which is only about 12% of a mile.
- Yes, that's really how you spell "Hascul". We couldn't believe it either.
- There are a lot of cat-themed heroes out there, most of them women. The one the Cat Creature looks the most like, however, is the groundbreakingly named Catman, because they both have capes.
- The "two dicks and a willy" are, as you can see over in the screencaps, Dick Conway, Dick Robbins, and Willie Gilbert. The latter once worked alongside Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, the creators of Superman!