• Yes, Evan's audio is once again a bit tinny at points. That's our bad.
  • This episode was originally recorded on March 11, 2017.
  • Evan muses aloud: "What is this, Episode 8?" The reason for that is the technical difficulties that led to the third and fourth episodes being swapped around, among a number of other things. 
  • Luke mentions that he was going to do a bit about "Russian royalty", to which Evan responds "the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, or-" and really, the two are not even a little bit related.
  • Evan says that Marcy works at "the Khaki Barn at the mall", when in reality the retail store is "Khaki Corner". The former is actually from the Canadian animated sitcom 6teen.
  • Luke ends the podcast referring to both co-hosts as "Cat Daddy and Super Fun House". While the former can be heard a little earlier on in the outro, it's one half of a bit that needed to be cut for time. We've uploaded the entire bit to our Patreon for you to listen to whether you donate or not, so check that out and see the kind of extra content you could be getting in on!

EPISODE 6 - "A Scooby-Doo Halloween"
What's New, Scooby-Doo?
Season 2, Episode 6

The name of this particular series raises a particular question, asking the titular canine if anything fresh or exciting is going on in his life. The answer, if Scoob was big into breaking the fourth wall, is so much! This ain't your dad's Scooby-Doo, even if it does feature music from his generation.

Those changes extend to the Scooby Dudes podcast as well, because as of now your co-hosts exclusively cover American politics. Or at least that would be a pretty safe takeaway from this episode. Not only can you hear their thoughts on the current administration, there's car talk, Fred's bench max, and more pop culture references then they wanted to fit into the show notes below!

  • Nahnatchka Khan's Fresh Off the Boat currently airs on ABC and is an absolute delight. That said Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 is a show Evan watches straight through annually.
  • We were going to embed a YouTube video explaining that line about Ned Kelly, but really you should check the 2003 film out for yourselves. It's about Australian outlaws and stars Heath Ledger!
  • The KISS bandmate with the "insanely long prehensile tongue" is of course Gene Simmons.
  • A helpful reminder that Luke watched all of Outsourced.
  • There was actually a second celebrity guest start in this episode, that being Jenny McCarthy, who voiced Marcy. You may know her most recently as someone with opinions about vaccination.
  • Don't even act like you have no recollection of Quest for Camelot or Ruber's mechanical army-
  • Okay, fair point, that was a lot weirder than even we remember.
  • Reference is made to former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon. We say "former", of course, as he was removed from that position. Kind of like Mayor Green of Banning Junction all those years ago!