- 56:56 - "Quick Draw McGraw's little burro sidekick" is (unfortunately) better known by his actual name, Baba Looey.
- 59:31 - Evan says he's "unimpressed that they didn't let Quick Draw McGraw use El Kabong." El Kabong isn't actually the name of the guitar that he uses to bonk people on the head, but instead refers to his masked, Zorro-esque vigilante identity.
- 1:08:11 - Hanna-Barbera also produced an Addams Family series in 1973, making Evan's attempts to keep his gaffs out of the corrections section all for naught.
EPISODE 39 - "The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan"
Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics
SEASON 1, EPISODE 1
3/12/2018 - What's genuinely surprising is that at no point during this episode do Luke or Evan bring up Olympic-level table tennis, the layman's version of which they are unabashed fans of. The two have spent hours smashing a tiny white or orange ball back and forth over a net and green table, and it's probably their collective favourite sport.
Which is all to say that neither of the Scooby Dudes are what one might call sports fans, which is also not discussed at any point. That's the level of professionalism they exhibit! In spite of their ultimate indifference towards organized sports they leave listeners (at least those who aren't reading this) none the wiser!
- 15:10-15:23 - Since the last time Evan brought up DC Comics and Snagglepuss the comics publisher has returned to the character, with a one-shot titled Exit Stage Left: The Snagglepuss Chronicles being hailed by Vox as "the first great comic book of 2018."
- 28:57 - As promised, a YouTube video of one of Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue's Olympic ice dancing performances. Please watch at your own discretion.
- 33:55-34:00 - At the time of this writing, this page on the Olympics website lists all of the different bobsleigh events, with "four-man women" being conspicuously absent.
- 40:29 - Borrowers are the titular characters in a series of children's fantasy novels that began in 1952. They are very small, with adults only being around five or six inches tall. They get their names from their constant "borrowing" of human belongings, which is also known as "stealing".
- 1:03:40 - Evan was referring to Mario and Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, which recently attained relevancy when the websites Polygon and SB Nation faced off against one another in it just this past month.
- 1:16:23 - Andrew W.K. is an American singer-songwriter, who was interviewed back in 2009 on FOX News, an event which has been immortalized in many gifs. Please do yourself a favour and check it out below: