• 4:07 - It's not "just [Luke's] kid memory"! Dexter's Laboratory actually featured three segments per episode!
  • 10:19 - Do not believe Evan when he says he doesn't know who Brian Huskey is. He's actually one of his favourite parts of ABC's short-lived Selfie, as well as the star of the hilarious "What if Google Was a Guy" videos.
  • 17:10 - That "Gwen Stefani song" is obviously Hollaback Girl.
  • 26:45 - Evan says that he thinks "since there was a basketball game going on it was definitely in the evening." He's very wrong, as you can see in the screenshot of the Hillside High's Gym above.
  • 49:04 - The pop star in A Goofy Movie is Powerline, best known for such hits as "Stand Out" and "Eye to Eye".

EPISODE 21 - "The Creature Came from Chem Lab / No Thanks, Masked Manx"
The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show
Season 1, Episode 4

9/18/2017 - Let me say right off the bat, this site was supposed to be 100% up and good to go on the date stated, but SquareSpace decided not to be super cool and I just couldn't deal with it last night. That said, these show notes are really good, I think. I might just be tooting my own horn, but they're both fun and educational!

That's a similar theme to the episode we covered this week, which starts in a place of learning and ends at a party in a lavish mansion. There are so many more incredible through-lines in The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show, you just need to watch closely and make them up as you go along!

  • 8:39 - Thankfully Jon Colton Barry was more amused than upset about how we chose to say his name a few episodes back (click on the image to check out the actual Facebook post itself):
  • 18:57 - We decided to help you out and provide you with a link to the Scoobypedia page on the Creature from Chem Lab that does indeed denote the colour of the monster's sclera.
  • 33:00 - Luke notes that the "giant floppy disk which, at the time, was the equivalent of a micro SD card". For a bit of context for far we've we've come, an 8-inch floppy disk could store up to 1.2 MB; a micro SD card can hold up 32 GB, or roughly 26,666 times more data.
  • 48:54 - There was absolutely no way we were going to pass up the opportunity to embed a clip of A Goofy Movie, and the scene where the perfect cast is first demonstrated for the world is as good as any.