50:28-51 - Shaggy, Scooby-Doo, and Scooby-Dum actually don’t hang anything like monkeys from a barrel. They just grab onto each other’s ankles like one would normally when creating a human ladder to snatch a dog from a passing log flume ride.
EPISODE 60 - "The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller"
the SCOOBY-DOO show
SEASON 2, EPISODE 5
9/10/2018 - Frankly, my dear, Luke and Evan gave absolutely zero damns about making any Gone with the Wind references in this episode, and ideally you respect them more for it.
Given that Scooby-Dum is supposed to be less intelligent than his cousin, Scooby-Doo, why does he wear more clothing? Isn’t clothing and the awareness of one’s own nakedness a trait that humans, the smartest creatures on the planet, possess? Asking the big questions, because nobody else will.
1:28 - For anyone curious to see who else chimed in to add their answers to that of John Smith, Verizon subcontractor, click here.
6:19 - Oh, what’s this, an article on the AV Club stating that: “The Fugitive was a modern-dress update of Les Misérables (although creator Roy Huggins claimed he was more directly inspired by Westerns like his earlier hit, Maverick). It’s no accident that Kimble’s primary pursuer, Lt. Gerard—the Stafford police detective who first arrested him—has a name that sounds like his counterpart, Javert, in the Victor Hugo novel.“
8:30 and various other times: As promised, here’s a snapshot of the incredibly thorough car washer. Early visitors will know that it was also the placeholder title card for this episode!
20:09 - On the lookout for a detailed timeline of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s affair with his maid and the resulting love child? E! Online has you covered.
38:10 - Speaking of Quora, just look look at this complete non-answer to someone asking if the voice changing technology in the Mission: Impossible franchise is possible.
1:16:47 - Here’s that “real, real white boy rap”, courtesy of 21 Pilots.