- 4:13-17 - Luke is referring to the reveal of a Red Hulk in the Marvel Universe. Probably the character as he debuted in 2008, and not the new one in 2017. Comic books are complicated.
- 39:40-40:31 - Evan is specifically referencing the trailer (and only the trailer) for the 2011 remake of Footloose, where an auto accident results in the town's ban on dancing. The original 1984 film had Kevin Bacon dancing out his anger in an abandoned warehouse, not the forest.
- 1:02:52 - It's Andy Baraghani. Please see below:
EPISODE 53 - "The Harum-Scarum Sanitarium"
The SCOOBY-DOO Show
SEASON 1, EPISODE 7
7/2/2018 -This is never addressed in the episode, but it's never once explained how Officer Oldfield knew how to control the late Dr. Coffin's dogs. His decision to masquerade as the ghost is fine, especially in the world of Scooby-Doo, but not how he knew enough about the research and experiments to actually control canines.
With that out of the way, this week Luke and Evan serve up a rare international episode of Scooby Dudes. Most are recorded on different sides of the border, true, but this installment really focuses on the divides and differences between the two nations. Which country is superior? Answers (possibly) within!
- 3:49-4:11 - Upon further research it appears that there isn't a What If...? issue dedicated to Bruce Banner being the recipient of the Super Soldier Serum. That aside, the Banner of the Ultimate Marvel universe became the Hulk by testing a re-creation of the serum on himself.
- 10:28-35 - The West Coast First Nations who began carving totem poles were the Haida, the Nuxalt, the Kwakwaka'wakw, the Tlingit, the Tsimshian, and the Coast Salish people. Do yourself a favour and learn more about their origins and creation!
- 13:13 - Including Park, Kim and Lee are such prevalent surnames in South Korea that, at least as of 2000 census data, they made up nearly half of all surnames in the country.
- 21:21 - Very fun fact about Ivan Pavlov and his experiments conditioning dogs: "Pavlov didn’t use a bell, and for his real scientific purposes, couldn’t. English-speakers think he did because of a mistranslation of the Russian word for zvonok (buzzer) and because the behaviorists interpreted Pavlov in their own image for people in the U.S. and much of the West."
- 35:13 - Evan says "vacate the dance floor" when he could have very easily said-