- 7:20 - Contrary to what Evan said, Jeepers Creepers did not take place "in the Midwest somewhere", and was actually filmed and set in Florida. The sequel, Jeepers Creepers II, was filmed in California, but narratively takes place mere days after the original.
- 16:08 - Luke and Evan were talking about the Steven Universe character Nanefua Pizza. While Evan guessed that she was Trinidadian, she actually hails from Ghana.
EPISODE 34 - "The Secret of the Ghost Rig"
Scooby-Doo! Mystery, Incorporated
Season 1, Episode 3
1/22/2018 - This was never mentioned anywhere in the episode, but two days after this goes live Evan will be taking his driving test. What if he's navigating through the fog and an enormous tractor trailer with flaming wheels tries to run him off the road? The point is that had he mentioned it he might have been fully prepared.
Anyway, this is the Scooby Dudes' second attempt (with this being the first) at shaking up their format, and maybe it's not the right move in the long run. That said, you have to break a few eggs to make an omelette. You also need to dice up vegetables, grate cheese, and prepare any other ingredients that might be going into it. Basically mise en place is very important.
- 9:31 - It should be no surprise to veteran comic readers that there did exist a Ghost Rider who drives a semi with flaming wheels (he used the call sign "Devil Rig").
- 21:25 - According to an online "Baby Name Guesser", emphasis theirs, "Based on popular usage, it is 2.397 times more common for Rung to be a girl's name."
- 34:05 - Hands-down the best imitation of how babies move and behave is Saturday Night Live's Beck Bennett in his Office Baby sketches:
- 36:39 - Speaking of "planned obsolescence", at the time of this writing the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office has begun investigating Apple due to the slowing performances of iPhones containing older batteries. No such scandals in the ladder industry.
- 52:56-53:45 - In 2007 Evan and Luke watched the tail end of a movie called Breakdown, which was released in theatres a decade prior. The scene in which a semi enacts "vehicular love onto another truck" can actually be found on YouTube, and as a result has been embedded below:
- 1:02:14 - The most fascinating thing about the "Not You" meme is that it originated on the Netflix Latino Facebook account. Evan also promised to create a meme using that exact format, and here it is: