- 14:40 - Evan brings up "Biff Tanner" from Back to the Future, and Luke backs him up. The character's name is in fact "Biff Tannen".
- 38:42 - Luke says that "this huge business has two employees", those being Mr. Conrad and Shaggy. When the gang show up at The Daily Babbler, however, two other men can be seen near the press.
EPISODE 20 - "A Bicycle Built for Boo"
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
Season 1, Episode 1
9/4/2017 - As the gang gets older, will there ever be a day when the term "meddling kids" becomes a profoundly inappropriate way to refer to them? Once they hit their mid-thirties it would be difficult, even if the unmasked was well past retirement age. Not that it should matter to the actual children of the Scooby-Doo Detective Agency.
This episode features two musical numbers by Luke and Evan, although one is spoken and not sung. It also has two separate references to Disney-owned animated ducks, which is less expected. If those weren't enough for you, there's also a secret that Evan does not want his mom to find out about, so don't pass this along to her please!
5:05 - Ghost Town DJ's "My Boo" is a meme in its own right, but there's good argument for it being an excellent song on its own, much like Bag Raiders' "Shooting Stars", or (and this may be controversial) Rick Astley's infamous hit. Anyway, here's the song Evan was singing:
- 9:20 - Full disclosure, but Evan's first knowledge about Folsom being a prison is from New Folsom, a prison planet featured on the StarCraft II: Wing's of Liberty campaign.
- 29:31 - For the equation "k - d - x" it's possible that they stand for "Kilohm", "differential", and "generic unknown" or "displacement".
- 47:06 - Evan's basis for child soldiers considering themselves immortal can be found in Season 3, Episode 5 of Deadliest Warrior ("Saddam Hussein vs. Pol Pot") as well as Ishmael Beah's memoir, A Long Way Gone.
- 51:44 - Xenomorphs is the technical term for the aliens in the Alien franchise. That said, it isn't actually stated until the sequel, Aliens.
- 59:05 - Family Guy gags that land are so few and far between, but this is certainly one of the better ones-
- 1:23:56 - "Get out!" is a line from one of Luke and Evan's favourite comedies. One of many favourite lines from one of their favourite comedies.