- 35:22 - The official stance of this podcast is that the co-hosts do not condone, by any means, using piracy to illegally access any Scooby-Doo media, or really media of any kind.
EPISODE 46 - "Reflections in a Ghoulish Eye"
THE 13 GHOSTS OF SCOOBY-DOO
Season 1, Episode 4
5/7/2018 - Given 13 Ghost's penchant for musical numbers, it's at least a little bit surprising that the creators never thought to give even a passing nod to the 1942 musical comedy Road to Morocco, starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. From where current viewers are, decades out, it honestly all feels just as memorable and accessible.
Quite a few laughs this week, as Luke and Evan bookend this week's episode by doing their best to create an improv scene surrounding the evil queen in Snow White (and utterly failing). It's also worth listening to if only just to find out what the first thing Luke notices about animated cartoon characters is (hint: it is a part of their body).
- 6:45 - Does Morocco have a significant enough Hindu population to justify the presence of multiple swamis? The religion is not even mentioned once on the Wikipedia page on the country's religions.
- 24:34 - That movie is Get Him to the Greek, with the corresponding clip embedded below:
- 31:35 - Flim-Flam's assertion that "the story you've heard is true" is a play on the famous line from Dragnet, a franchise which first began as a radio series in the very late 40s.
- 33:55 - Leave it up to the people at Vice to take Dexter's Laboratory's "The Big Cheese" to it's most illogical extreme.
- 47:49 - If you Google "nuns with guns" it will lead you to the Wikipedia page for the "nunsploitation" film Nude Nuns with Big Guns, which is hilariously the focus of one of the largest copyright lawsuits in the state of California.
- 57:37 - A personal favourite Derrick Comedy sketch of both Luke and Evan's is "B-Boy Stance", which you can watch right now: