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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).






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,...


Episode 38: "All Paws on Deck"

So how about those Oscars, right? What an incredible celebration of the past year in film, which one of this podcast's co-hosts completely missed as he was readying this episode for release. To be fair, the likelihood his counterpart watched it live is pretty slim. It's another return to the show that started it all, and the Scooby Dudes clearly have their sea legs. Not only is the energy high, this week features an all-time record for most censorship. Not necessarily in a bad way, as...



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 37: "Scooby's Peep-Hole Pandemonium / The Hand of Horror"

Are you a president or a person with a family? If so, consider this particular episode of Scooby Dudes to be tailor-made just for you! That's right, we released this installment on a federal/statutory holiday, depending on where you live, for you to enjoy during your time off! (Also applicable if you live on PEI, Nova Scotia, or really, really like Louis Riel). Created especially for you is a recap of two fairly lacklustre episodes. But never fear, just like Rumplestiltskin your intrepid...


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,...


Episode 35: "Night Of The Living Burger"

Are you all alone? Do you have a parent or guardian with you, or any other adult supervision? If the answer is "no" then you're in the exact same shoes as the characters in "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo". If it's beginning to dawn on you that maybe you can't be held responsible for your own safety then, well, this was a weird time to realize that. The Scooby Dudes are tackling an episode that made them feel strange. And not like their bodies were changing, but more like they weren't sure what...


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...


Episode 34: "The Secret Of The Ghost Rig"

We all have different ways with managing our own disappointment. Some people fall victim to their vices, while still others drastically change up the format of their podcast at the risk of alienating listeners. "Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc.", our expectations were so high . . . A gigantic haunted semi-trailer truck runs rampant through Crystal Cove, and if that wasn't enough the episode the Scooby Dudes are covering is also dripping with romantic conflict and cutthroat politics! But really...


Episode 33: "Scooby Doo! And The Beach Beastie"

Let's be honest, in most circles the descriptor "direct-to-video" is a pretty damning one. In the case of Scooby-Doo cartoons, however, it can actually be a pretty great sign. Higher budget, typical twenty-something-minute runtime, no downsides! The Scooby Dudes join the gang in Florida, a state famous for the sun, surf, and sand. As is tradition a monster appears, comprised of one of those three components! If you think about it, it's actually pretty lucky for these teens that it wasn't a...


Episode 32: "Hassle in the Castle"

Some might ask why the internet needs yet another Scooby-Doo podcast, or one that recaps or covers any TV show at all. Why not focus on a more high-brow art form, like literature? Well, the Scooby Dudes are the type of duo who believe you can have your cake and eat it too. Not content to constantly reference Mark Z. Danielewski's acclaimed novel week after week, their first recap has them discuss not one, but two greats in the world of children's lit. All of that on top of a pretty drastic...


New Year, New Me(stakes oh man an episode has never been up this late)

How appropriate is it, in light of this new year, that this episode comes out to exactly twenty minutes and seven seconds? Humanity joins together to leave 2007 behind as it welcomes the promise of 2008. Hold on, it's not 2008? [insert Robin Williams "Jumanji" meme here]. Luke and Evan kick off yet another of the Earth's rotation around the sun with a look towards what they expect out of their podcast. Some might consider this installment to be an all-time low, re: juvenile humour, but...


Scooby Dudes, Where Are You?: A Very Merry 2017 Retrospective

The last episode of Scooby Dudes for 2017 falls on Christmas Day, and what better gift could the hosts give their listeners than almost a full hour of what was originally meant to be not much longer than 20 to 30 minutes. But hey, 'tis the season! Luke and Evan consider everything they've been through to get where they are today, chilling in their old college town, faced with the very real threat of being trapped there by seriously intense snowfall. They're having the very happiest of...


Episode 31 - "Me and My Shadow Demon"

When did baggy jeans and gold chains become more fashionable than boater hats and canes? Upon further research, it would seem that baggy jeans and gold chains are actually no longer in style. No matter, the point is that what is currently popular will never hold a candle to whatever genre of music barbershop quartets sung! I mean, can you even imagine a mellow acoustic cover of the titular song in this episode of "The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo" would sound like? Actually, probably not bad at...


Episode 30 - "A Frightened Hound Meets Demons Underground"

For the most part, you can really only meet somebody once. With that in mind, Luke and Evan never really touch on the fact that this episode of "The Scooby-Doo Show" has the title character (and frightened hound in question) first meeting one of the demons ABOVE ground. Sure, he bumps into the monster again beneath the surface, but at that point he's no longer meeting him! Aren't you glad they decided to skim past those semantics? Instead the Scooby Dudes go deep into what these denizens...


Blistery Discourse-porated: Groovy Movie News

This week Luke and Evan take a break from talking about their favourite meddling kids (and their dumb dog, too) on the ol' idiot box to discussing just two of the teens (no dog) making their way on to the silver screen! But which pair is it, and why isn't it Shaggy and Velma? The "Scooby Dupe" doesn't come up this episode, so this is as good a place as any to remind you that it's a term the duo have coined for a scenario, typically enacted by Scooby and Shaggy, that holds such great social...


Episode 28: "Game Of Chicken"

Much like the title of this episode, this week Luke and Evan perform the conversational equivalent of driving directly at one another and waiting until the last possible second to see who will swerve out of the way first. Writing this was a joke at first, but honestly that's not inaccurate with some bits. Anyway, "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!" is an incredible show and, and even though at the time of this writing there's no title card or corresponding website page this episode should be an...


Episode 27: "The Scooby Gang Goes Camping"

YouTube. No, not a used up roll of paper towels that's been bent so that both ends are parallel to one another (that's a U-tube). YouTube was once exclusively the online home for people falling and hurting themselves, and is now primarily a place for music videos and movie trailers, with a rare smattering of original content. This week Luke and Evan are covering some Scooby-Doo fan content by a name every one of you should be familiar with. That's right, it's the (in)famous Samster5677!...


Straight Outta Prompt-ton

Luke and Evan had a truly special episode for you lined up this week, but unfortunately ran into some unfortunate recording issues. Then it struck them: what could be more special than recording an impromptu episode in its place? Probably a guest star, now that they think about it a little more. For the first time ever the Scooby Dudes piece together an original, never-before-heard episode from their very favourite franchise with a prompt that came not from flesh and blood. No, it didn't...


Episode 26: "Wedding Bell Boos"

It's Halloween Week, and you know what that means! The Scooby Dudes are covering an episode about holy matrimony! Really, what with the dressing up and the focus on desserts, what could be more on theme than a wedding? It's not just a celebration that binds together two families, either. Luke and Evan discuss the implications of one family owning another from generation to generation, and even find the time to offer a little history lesson about the Pilgrims and their relationship with the...


Episode 25: "More Fondue for Scooby-Doo"

This week, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo acquire a murder mystery game for three to six players, devised by Anthony E. Pratt from Birmingham, England. By which we mean, of course, that the two of them get a Clue! That's right, we're finally back to your co-host's least favourite Scooby-Doo incarnation. Unlike Switzerland, where this episode takes place, Luke and Evan are NOT neutral when it comes to critiquing this show. Like the Alps, there are highs and lows, to be sure, but on the whole this...


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