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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).






Con$cooberism: Keeping Up with the (Fred) Joneses

This week Luke and Evan ask their listeners to put their money where their . . . ears are? The point is that they're talking about shopping, specifically when it comes to Scooby-Doo merchandise and memorabilia! A true ride down the winding road of Scrapitalism! Let the Scooby Dudes tell you what to buy (or not buy). Velma-nage your finances and make sure you're making all the right investments. (financial pun involving "Shaggy") and, if you can believe that, (financial pun involving...


Episode 53: "The Harum-Scarum Sanitarium"

This week four teens and their dog try their best to leave the Great White North to return to the Land of the Free, Home of the Brave. Their adventures are recapped by an American and a Canadian who embody the truth that, regardless of nation, you can't put a tariff on friendship. Having just wished a happy birthday to the country north of the 49th Parallel, there are just two short days from the release of this episode until the latter's. After that's passed, all you can really do is live...


Episode 52: "The Babysitter From Beyond"

A babysitter's club is always joked about being a cudgel used to beat infants into submission, but never a spot for childcare professionals who are looking to enjoy the nightlife. It's also not the name of this podcast, although the co-hosts spend far too much time in the intro pretending it is. Given three "villains", the addition of Shaggy's parents and his sister, and the sheer number of tangents Luke and Evan go on, it's a miracle that this episode clocks in at just over an hour. It's...


Episode 51: "There's No Creature Like Snow Creature"

By titling their show "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" the creators really gave themselves a tall order. What was new in the lives of the Great Dane and his four teenaged friends? What would the latest series, debuting in the early aughts, bring to the franchise that it had been missing? Luke and Evan discover two of those answers to be robots and celebrity guest stars, neither of which hold all that much novelty when it comes to the experiences of Mystery Incorporated. But that's fine, since the...


Keep the Pride Remarks to a Maximum: LGBT Pride Month Spectacular

The Scooby Dudes have released 50 episodes or so, each featuring a theme song stating plainly that their podcast is for dudes, ladies, and those who fall under the LGBTQ umbrella. Not content to reserve their support to a song, they're taking some time to celebrate LGBT Pride Month (a timely three weeks in). Hopefully you don't get seasick, because there's discussion of ships galore. Daphne and Velma? Fred and Shaggy? Even the Great Dane himself is discussed in an episode critics have been...


Episode 50: "Scooby's Night with a Frozen Fright" (w/ Ibtisam Brown)

"Who is Ibtisam Brown?" you may be thinking. Who is this person who is so deserving as to be a guest on this podcast, let alone the first ever? That's a pretty intense line of questioning that could be answered if you just listened in, but it's true that the purpose of this description is to, as the name suggests, describe the episode. This very special episode of Scooby Dudes features someone who is very important to Evan. If they didn't exist it's safe to say that his relationship with...


Episode 49: "Daphne & Velma"

Not only is this episode focused on an entire film, it's also live action! The podcast format this time around is more review than recap! Evan is very sick and all of his coughs have been left in! Luke is 100% his normal self! Join your daring duo as they dive deep into "Daphne & Velma", voraciously validating (not vilifying) the previously viewed video. Not only that, but they record roughly as much content as the film itself, making this a really confusing audio commentary track if you...


Episode 48: "Poodle Justice"

This episode of Scooby Dudes, which recaps an episode of "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!" is dedicated to anyone out there who might be waiting out an hours-long layover, or battling a great deal of much-deserved frustration towards a certain transportation company that (ironically) derives its name from a speedy breed of dog. May we all hope that justice, of the poodle variety or otherwise, is brought towards those responsible for this being uploaded far, far later than any other episode to date....


Episode 47: "Nowhere to Hyde"

When they first put this podcast together co-hosts Luke and Evan decided that it would never bear an explicit tag, which did not stop them from getting as close to the line as possible. On that note, the previous episode actually marks the first time they felt they needed to use that designation. This week, however, they have opted for judicious use of bleeps to censor (or Hyde) jokes that are quite certainly too dicey for most. And all of that while recapping an installment of...


Friendterrogation: Just the Two of Us (We Can Fake It If We Try)

With all due respect and apologies to Willard Carroll Smith Jr., Luke and Evan take a break from the Scooby-Doo recaps to sit down and ask each other a few deep and meaningful questions. Given their 14+ years of friendship there can't possibly be anything left that they don't know about each other, can there? Really, the two co-hosts barely prepared for what turned out to be a thoroughly entertaining episode. Not only do they reach an all-time high with the food talk (surprising given...


Episode 45: "Revenge Of The Man Crab"

The Scooby Dudes kick things off with a tongue twister and wrap them up with a frank and rather sobering discussion on HBO's Westworld. It's the television phenomenon so powerful that even speaking the title must be done so in a whisper. Or at least that's what some of us have been told. It's back to Mystery Inc., a show that has soured over time in one of the co-host's mouths, much like . . . well, like most foods when left too long in someone's mouth, probably. That said, the diversions...


Episode 44: "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #92"

What better time to do a topsy-turvy switcharoo episode than fifteen days after April Fool's? Imagine, if you will, Evan editing all of the audio and Luke doing, well, literally everything else. Keep imagining it, too, because that's not what you'll be hearing this week. While Mystery Incorporated undergoes a bit of a costume change in the comic book that Evan and Luke cracked open, Scooby Dudes is the same as it's always been (as it always will be, forever and ever, amen).


Episode 43: "High Society Scooby"

What do you call two podcasters who recap an episode called "High Society Scooby", which features one of pop culture's most highly suspected potheads, without once mentioning marijuana? A couple of damn professionals, that's what. Not only that, but they're looking out for any and all listeners who have a nice neat 30-minute commute. Listen to half this episode on the way to work and the other half on the way back! Professional AND considerate. A real double threat, these guys.


Episode 42: "Scoobynatural"

Question: What do you get when you mix two monster-hunting brothers and their angelic companion with four mystery-solving teens, their talking dog, AND two podcast co-hosts? Answer: an almost 99 minute recap episode on just under 42 minutes of crossover. It's "Scoobynatural" and not "Scoobernatural", as the Winchester brothers join these meddling kids and throw the gang's traditional mystery-solving (as well as their conceptions of their entire existences) way out of whack. Given how...


Episode 41: "Scooby-Doo! and the Groovy Ghost"

Did you know that Luke and Evan were both English majors? Honestly, it should've been readily apparent based on their diction, and that this episode description even includes a word like "diction". Collectively they're an extremely well-read duo, which is why this week they're tackling such a well-regarded piece of literature. Listen as they take almost an entire hour and a half, their longest episode of 2018 to date, to break down a book that's just shy of 60 pages. Embarrassingly, if...


Episode 40: "A Highland Fling with a Monstrous Thing"

EVAN AND LUKE DRINK AND RECORD AN EPISODE OF THIS PODCAST. As they mention in the intro, in the spirit of St. Patrick's Day the duo decide to share a few beers on mic, which won't be to everyone's taste. If it's not to yours, please come back next week when they will be 100% sober (but likely just as coherent). You may be pleased to know that in spite of doing an episode inspired by St. Patrick's Day, the Scooby Dudes steer 100% clear of any and all negative stereotypes usually associated...


Episode 39: "The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan"

Luke and Evan do not burst out into a rendition of Queen's "We Are the Champions" because they're not hacks. They also don't make any attempts to sound out the Chariots of Fire theme. Though if you really think about it, maybe that's because covering the Laff-A-Lympics didn't really feel like winning. Weeks after the 2018 Olympic Games came to a close in PyeongChang, South Korea, the Scooby Dudes decide to tackle a series that one would assume best fits the Olympic values of Friendship,...



No one's trying to hide the fact that the title of this episode is, to put it gently, extremely poorly conceived. It plays on the idea that you can just slot numbers in for letters, like the absolutely hilarious "5NAL DESTINATION". Actually, this makes less sense, because saying it out loud you hear "four-riendterrogation". The Scooby Dudes have fun with song lyrics! They hear from a whole bunch of people from a particular social media network (hint: it's not Facebook!). They forego one...


Episode 36: "A Scooby-Doo Valentine"

Valentine's Day is a day for love to be expressed between a man and a woman. Or a woman and a woman. Or two men. And sometimes those two men co-host a Scooby-Doo podcast together. Depending on the circumstances, it may be that the love, platonic or romantic, is not reciprocated. That's Valentine's Day, folks. The Scooby Dudes hope that you love one another as much, scratch that, more than Luke loves surprising his wife on their special day. More than Evan loves interning at his new gig,...


Prompt and Circumstance

It's Monday, and the Scooby Dudes are (almost) never late! That's right, they're a timely, punctual duo, always on cue. They don't require any motivation, no hints needed here. Luke and Evan have never needed to be persuaded to be early or responsive. On a completely unrelated note, this is another prompt episode! They've booted up the ol' writing prompt generator and used the suggestions provided to cobble together a wholly original episode of Scooby-Doo. They had an absolute blast, and...