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Two lifelong friends talk and joke about their favourite meddling kids (and their dumb dog, too).

Two lifelong friends talk and joke about their favourite meddling kids (and their dumb dog, too).
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Two lifelong friends talk and joke about their favourite meddling kids (and their dumb dog, too).






Promo Arigato, Listen, You Got To

Got to listen to this! And by this we mean a promo for a very special episode coming to your ears in the (not-so?) distant future! While this is the final installment of "Scooby Dudes" for 2018, it's not the end for your daring duo of competent co-hosts. Also, if you have anything nice to say about this title, please let them know! You can tweet compliments to @thescoobydudes and email any accolades or additional praise to!


Scooby Dudes: The Next Generation

Two nerdy guys tail new goals to nurture growth. Then nobody's grateful? Take notice, group! To navigate generous tempers needs gumption. The Next Generation. Take that, "V for Vendetta"! Anyway, in this episode Luke and Evan think ahead to what the future might be for Scoob and the gang. In discussing the next incarnation of the show they also touch on a very special announcement in the outro. Stay tuned so that you can stay tuned!


Episode 67: "The Beast is Awake in Bottomless Lake"

It's the end of an era! That sentence of course refers to this, the season finale of perennial podcast favourite "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" and nothing else. That's right, things are coming to a close (in terms of this specific show way back in 1978). Given that the gang cross the border to the north this is an international episode. What better way to acknowledge the long-distance hurdles that people once faced communicating across the 49th Parallel by adding a distinct tinniness to one...


Episode 66: "The Legend of Alice May"

In an alternate universe this entire episode revolves around the latest transfer to Crystal Cove High School, a semi-famous foot model of some renown. It's very similar title? "The Leg-End of Alice May". That joke only works when written out, which is why it's featured in this description. It's back to school for Evan and Luke, as they return to "Mystery Incorporated", a series beloved by many, if not necessarily by the podcasting duo themselves. As the overarching mystery finally starts to...


Blistery Discourse-porated: Scooby-Doo Is a Dog

Brothers, sisters, and all other siblings, let it be known that Scooby-Doo has and always will be a dog. Canis familiaris. A Great Dane, to be more specific, or a Deutsche Dogge if you hail from Germany. An animal. Yet in spite of that incontrovertible fact this particular canine is rarely ever treated like one! This week Luke and Evan attempt to teach one another what new tricks this old dog might have if he was ever considered one. Will they stop before they're too far (dog-)gone?


Episode 65: "Scooby Apocalypse #2"

Do you like your heroes tattooed, moustachioed, and gloved? Do you like your heroines overly violent, diminutive, and also gloved? If so you may have picked up and read "Scooby Apocalypse", which may be how you found this podcast episode covering one issue in the series. While some may categorize this week's offering as an unrelenting outpouring of constant negativity, that couldn't be further from the truth. There's also improv! Just a fun little thing Evan and Luke are trying out (and...


Episode 64: "Scooby the Barbarian/No Sharking Zone"

This week's episode brings you two mysteries for the price of one! Not only that, but the cost of each "Scooby Dudes" episode is a grand total of FREE!! You're getting twice as many costumed criminals for No Money Down!!! In the first half we have the terrifying Nordic raiders who sailed the seas, and in the second one of the monstrous fish that still swim their depths. Will Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne, and Scrappy succumb to an axe or a many-toothed maw? Tune in to find out!


Episode 63: "Lock the Door, It's a Minotaur!"

Are you ready to be aMAZEd at this week's episode, getting truly LOST and ENTANGLED in the adventures of Scoob and his pals? A heads-up to any labyrinth enthusiasts out there, but there's a DEAD END in your future. That's right, while there may be a bull-headed beast terrorizing the gang, there's absolutely no need to navigate any twists and turns. Instead, there are two cool guys enjoying their own little visit to the isle of Helios (ball of yarn not needed).


Writers' Room: October-est 2018

There's an alternate universe out there where Evan and Luke put their education and occupational efforts towards becoming TV writers, and brought their passion to Scooby-Doo to life via an actual animated TV series and not just the best-reviewed Scoob podcast on iTunes. Sure, Donald Trump is still president, but there is this silver lining. Writers' Rooms are where both co-hosts bring a little slice of that world to this one, letting listeners in on what their vision of Scooby-Doo and the...


Episode 62: "Spooky Space Kook"

Two co-hosts named Evan and Luke Watched an episode starring Space Kook The monster looked rad The mystery bad Any insight was likely a fluke Staying up penning copy all night One sad co-host sat by laptop light Wondering why he decided to write two limericks like honestly doesn't he care about going to sleep, what is wrong with him???


Episode 61: Pompeii And Circumstance

There's a truly hilarious bit that Luke and Evan did, riffing on how one might break down the song title "Pomp and Circumstance", that fortunately was not recorded, because, hey, what if one of them wants to get into politics one day? Risque intros aside, this episode which takes place in Italy spawns commentary which contains zero (0) mentions of the Mafia, Chef Boyardee, gesturing while speaking, the phrase "Mamma Mia!", or references to Mario OR Luigi! The Scooby Dudes dare you to find...


Episode 60: "The Chiller Diller Movie Thriller"

Has a certain genre of adult entertainment ever made the pun that blood is thicc-er than water? If not, is that particular industry on the lookout for marketers and copywriters? Asking for a friend. Luke and Evan never expected to review an episode that would lead to questions like the ones above. Yet that's what this week brought them, a traditional vengeful spirit coupled with a disturbing sub(?)text among Scoob and his cousins to keep it in the family.


Friendterrogation Episode VI: Return of the Numbering

If you really break it down, isn't every conversation just a two-way interrogation? If true, that means that every single episode of Scooby Dudes is a Friendterrogation™. Which would result in the episode numbering of this podcast so much worse than it already is, given that non-recaps aren't counted. One day listeners remember that they can ask the two co-hosts questions that aren't related to boring ol'* Scooby-Doo, but it didn't take place during the week leading up to this one. That's...


Episode 59: "The Haunted Showboat"

This week Scooby-Doo and the rest of Mystery Incorporated collaborate with everyone's favourite fictional teen girl band! And no, we don't mean Jem and the Holograms, the focus of a very 2015 film directed by Jon M. Chu. Which isn't to say that he's a bad director, because he helmed "Crazy Rich Asians", and it was really excellent! Anyone who hasn't seen it yet should go do so immediately. It is a really important movie, and very crucially also succeeds as an entertaining romantic comedy...


Episode 58: "That's Monstertainment"

A resounding question echoes through the minds of people around the world. What IS "monstertainment"? How does one define this portmanteau which blends the monstrous and the entertaining? The fifth episode of "The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo" is here to answer it once and for all. And Evan and Luke are here to interpret that answer! Sure, listening may be a little like watching a German dub of "Borat" with French subtitles (an experience one of the two co-hosts definitely had), but if that's not...


Episode 57: "Party Arty"

"Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!" is far from Luke and Evan's favourite series. It's missing 3/5 of the gang and typically has a grand total of zero mysteries. This week, however, the Scooby Dudes are making up for all of that. What this show lacks in costumed criminals these co-hosts make up for in humour and, particularly prominent in this episode, physical acting. That's right, in Episode 57 the two ratchet up the number of facial expressions by a very wide margin. It's so much more...


Vidja Games - Scooby Dudes | Let's Play

Special thanks to Overpriced Subscription Service for sponsoring today's stream. There's no reason not to join! Except for the fact that the money you could (and might already be) paying for monthly physical goods might instead be put towards a particular Patreon... Evan and Luke get together to play a game, and its name is "Discuss What Scooby-Doo Video Games You'd Like to See Exist". Winners or losers, it's important to remember that the main goal is to have fun! They sure did, and...


Episode 56: "Grand Scam"

"Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd-" is what one of the co-hosts of this podcast might say. Swiftly followed up, of course, with "Take me out literally anywhere, please. I have been single for a decade. I don't want to die alone." Poorly disguised pleas aside, the Scooby Dudes are back for the second baseball-themed episode of the month, with "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!" subbing out orientalism for some good old fashioned comedy. Seriously, the two have absolutely nothing in...


Episode 55: "The Song Of Mystery"

When Luke and Evan were in college a fairly common topic of conversation was how many children (typically in the six-year-old range) one might be able to defeat in a no-holds-barred all-out brawl. Tusks, claws, and superhuman agility not withstanding, this week the gang basically have the perfect setup to definitively answer resolve the question. Their opting not to participate in this thought experiment is far from the only disappointment this week. For one, both co-hosts thought this...


Episode 54: "The Demon of the Dugout"

There are so very many reasons to visit the Land of the Rising Sun. The cuisine, to be sure, is top among them. For those who are avid sports fans, one might consider stepping out of their comfort zone and spectating a sumo wrestling match. Or perhaps, like the gang themselves, it's worth watching an American team compete at "their" pastime. Not only have Scooby-Doo and company visited Nippon for this bizarre reason, they've also opted to take along his nephew who, let's be honest, is not...