• 36:54 - Unfortunately, Evan mentioned “Ben Wa balls”, which to be fair to him are often confused with “Baoding balls”.

  • 40:42 - They’re literally just called pontoon boats.

  • 1:02:37 - As the Men in Hats sing: “Where women glow and men plunder-”


EPISODE 67 - "The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake"
SCOOBY-Doo, Where Are You!
Season 3, Episode 16

11/12/2018 - In a loving homage to The Wizard of Oz, Evan’s audio has been adjusted to sound tinnier than usual. Either that, or Luke is cowardly lyin’ about whether or not he can fix it. To any listeners who think that they don’t think the one responsible for this blurb please be assured, there’s a strawman argument just waiting for them-

Box-office Baums aside, this episode is replete with Canadian accents, Canadian hospitality, and Canadian inflation, not the monetary kind (or the gross fetish kind). It’s a classic mystery with a villain who really should have tried putting the cat in a bag to begin with.

  • 2:32 - The reason that American spell it “theater” and the British and Canadians spell it “theatre” can be largely attributed to Noah Webster, the founder of the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

  • 7:51 - To find out what happens in “Dunder Mifflin Infinity”, the third episode of the third season of The Office, watch the clip below. (Or just read the video title)

  • 18:53-19:05 - Here’s some additional reading on vore fetishes and giant women stepping on people.

  • 26:35 - If you agree with how Luke feels about Scoob squeegeeing the Mystery Machine with his tail then you might like this subreddit.

  • 38:22 - There are actual many stories of women exhibiting “hysterical strength” to bodily lift up cars to save those underneath, and this is just one of them.

  • 56:28 - NOOT NOOT!