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The Meddling Kids Podcast is a groovy review of all things Scooby-Doo! Join host Chase Cupo as he takes you episode-by-episode through the whole Scooby-Doo canon. We answer all your meddling questions, like: "Is Fred a serial killer? How old *is* he??" "Why does Daphne have such bad posture?" "Is Shaggy the only one who hears Scooby talk? Are these hallucinations?" #podernfamily #scoobydoo #scoobygang #comedy #tv #television
 
If you liked Clear Heart, I think you'll like this one too. It’s got great characters, it’s down-to-earth, it’s fun. And better yet, this one's friendly to children. Boone Barnaby is about three boys testing the limits of life in their scrappy little town. It’s about collecting garbage, climbing trees, catching a criminal, and talking to dragonflies. Boone Barnaby lives in a small town full of large characters: San Puerco, California. There’s Boone’s father, who loves Studebakers and doo-wop ...
 
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Peter Bushman is back for a real juggernaut of an episode. Listen as Ethan finally gives some thoughts on SCOOB!, a Scooby-Doo-themed taste test takes place live on air, and Peter gives a very in-depth rundown of how Shaggy became an icon for the Dragonball Z fan community. And oh yeah, at some point they discuss an episode of the All-Star Laff A L…
 
As you've no doubt figured out from this episode's very evocative title, this is the hockey episode of What's New, Scooby-Doo! Cannes I Kick It's Emilio Diaz joins Ethan as they discuss Lenin's corpse, define himbo, and try to make sense of this cartoon-logic version of Russia. Plus, stick around to the end to find out which Cannes I Kick It host p…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Oriana’s choice of topic: Sam Gamgee. For all that Frodo Baggins is the Ringbearer and makes something close to the ultimate sacrifice for the fate of the world—at least right until the very last moment—it’s Sam, son of Bag-End’s gardener who seems to only join Frodo at first to help take care of a new house in Buck…
 
On Halloween night, 1999, The Scooby-Doo Project was aired in its entirety once-and only once-on Cartoon Network. A lovingly crafted parody and tribute to The Blair Witch Project, this short film is every bit as scary as it is funny. And now, over 20 years later, Ethan and his guest Chris sat down for an hour and a half to discuss this special at l…
 
Maggie Grossman returned to Heavy Meddle with one goal in mind. Convince the world that Scrappy-Doo isn't that bad. Ethan, was not quite as ready to accept this. Was she successful? You'll have to listen along to find out. Together, they cover a package of three shorts and discuss Scrappy's origin story, Scooby-Doo ripping itself off, and whether o…
 
Derek and Shannon sit down this week to discuss "The Mystery of Haunted Island" from "The New Scooby-Doo Movies". The gang are on their way to Picnic Island when they run into the Harlem Globetrotters. Soon after, they find themselves on their way to yet another skull-shaped island that has absolutely no picnics. The Art Swindlers Gang makes a retu…
 
Musician Evan Gray joins the show to discuss an ambitious, jam-packed episode of What's New Scooby-Doo? There's a cursed pizza! A man with real magical powers! And Shaggy seemingly turns into a 50 foot monster! Join the boys as they try to make sense of this episode's absurd plot and geography, calculate how many deaths the mystery gang cause in th…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Ned’s choice of topic: The Nature of Middle-earth. The newest official Tolkien book is anything but a cohesive volume, instead being a collection of remaining unpublished writings from the overall Tolkien archive about Middle-earth, written mostly in the late 1950s and late 1960s, with a heavy focus on more philosop…
 
The sixth season of That Groovy Scoobcast begins with Derek and Shannon sitting down to talk about "Mystery Mask Mix-Up" from "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!". The gang is visiting China Town for the Chinese New Year Parade when two hooded hyenas hijack their plans. Velma teaches Scooby Chinese, Daphne and Fred's secret mask fetishes come to light, and…
 
We've got some longer episodes coming up, so enjoy this shorter look at a ridiculous episode of Scooby-Doo and Guess Who. Dan Lewis joins the show to discuss his hero, Weird Al Yankovic, as well as accordion camp, dinosaur fights, and the teenage mutant ninja turtles.NOTE: We were running against a time limit so we had to skip the tier list segment…
 
Scooby-Doo! Adventures: The Mystery Map was a one-time television special that told a very groovy mystery about the kids' search for the treasure of Gnarlybeard The Pirate. What makes it unique? For the first and only time, the gang was entirely played by puppets. Puppetry expert and host of the Ain't Dey Beauts podcast Jack Read joins Ethan for wh…
 
This is it. We're finally getting into the weird stuff. The truly bizarre era of Scooby-Doo that has all but been forgotten to time. Jesse Catherine Webber returns to the podcast to discuss the premiere episode of The New Scooby-Doo Mysteries, the time the show first got creative with its formula. Does this ambition mean that the episode is good? P…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Jared’s choice of topic: The Fall of Gondolin. One of the three ‘Great Tales’ that formed the key heart of Tolkien’s earliest work on Middle-earth with the Book of Lost Tales, the story of the hidden Elf refuge that was destroyed in an evening of primal violence after a betrayal remained one of the most powerfully r…
 
That Groovy Scoobcast's fifth season has concluded with the podcast at 75 episodes! Celebrate the ending of this season with Derek and Shannon by listening to bloopers, goofs, and outtakes from throughout this season's episodes. Plus, enjoy listening to them trying Shaggy's Jaw-Stretcher Special sandwich! Be sure to listen to details on how to win …
 
NOTE: Around the 25 minute mark, there are some audio problems that last for a few minutes and go away. They come back briefly towards the end as well. Roxy Sylvester from the It Came From The Basement podcast joins the show to discuss the pilot episode of The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo, the black sheep of the franchise. They discuss Vincent Price, si…
 
Cullen Atchley of the Cannes I Kick It podcast joins the show to discuss a mind-numbingly absurd episode of the Scooby-Doo Show. Together they discuss Funky Fritters, Fenokee Fizz, and Jimmy Carter. But most importantly, they go in depth on Scooby's cousin-Scooby-Dum. Are they won over by his charms? Or is he potentially worse than Scrappy-Doo? Plu…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Oriana’s choice of topic: the Eagles. Most familiar to Tolkien readers via the lordly and imposing figure of Gwaihir, identified as the Lord of the Eagles in both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, the Eagles have a recurring role in many of the stories of Middle-earth, acting as emissaries, guardians, intercesso…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Ned’s choice of topic: The Children of Húrin. The final posthumously published form of one of Tolkien’s original creations from the Book of Lost Tales, the 2007 book, edited and retouched slightly by Christopher Tolkien, The Children of Húrin primarily tells the story of the oldest child, Túrin. One of Tolkien’s mos…
 
This week Derek and Shannon sit down to talk about "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island" with guest Scoobcaster Lexi Gird! The gang visits Moonscar Island, Louisiana in search of a real haunting only to get more than they bargained for. Zombies are rising from the bayou and cat creatures are out for blood! There is plenty of speculation in this week's epis…
 
Derek and Shannon sit down this week to talk about the video game "Scooby-Doo! Unmasked" for the Nintendo GameCube, Playstation 2, Nintendo GameBoy Advance and DS! The gang is visiting Fred's cousin Jed at his workplace only to find that he's gone missing and that mubber-based monsters are wreaking havoc! Scooby learns some cool ninja moves, Shaggy…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Jared’s choice of topic: Lothlórien. Following the necessary but still disastrous journey through Moria, the Fellowship of the Ring is able to evade pursuing Orcs to journey to this forested Elf realm, itself thousands of years old as an organized society but ruled in recent years by Galadriel and Celeborn. Their ex…
 
It's finally time to check out A Pup Named Scooby-Doo! Maggie Grossman joins Ethan to discuss the first episode of the third season. It's split into two segments. In the first half, Daphne bets Freddy that he can't go 24 hours without accusing Red Herring of anything! In the second, Velma's chance to have her science experiment on a real space shut…
 
Self-proclaimed Opera Expert Daniel Foster was very excited to cover this episode of The Scooby-Doo Show only to very quickly realize it had absolutely nothing to do with the performing arts. Still he was gracious enough to stick around for a now infamous episode of Heavy Meddle, in which you can witness in real time his gradual disillusionment wit…
 
Do you want to play a game? Fred Jones certainly does! It's our first foray into the world of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated and boy is it a good one. The scooby gang take on a jigsaw-esque figure and attempt to escape a creepy old house with their lives and a piece of a mysterious treasure. Will they survive? Will this be the first entry into th…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Oriana’s choice of topic: the Scouring of the Shire. Both the title of the penultimate chapter of The Lord of the Rings and the event it refers to, the Scouring depicts what happens when Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin return home after all their adventures, only to discover familiar places changed beyond recognition, …
 
Broadway fanboy Andy Germuga joins Ethan this week to discuss an Episode of the New Scooby-Doo Mysteries that, as a shock to both of them, features nary a single mention of Broadway. Listen as they explore whether or not the Scooby-Doo formula can withstand 40 minutes, the logistics of Hollywood backlots, and the Mystery gang's complete ineptitude …
 
Jesse Glick-Webber, one of the cohosts of the Cannes I Kick It Podcast joins the show this week to discuss the legendary episode "Jeepers It's The Creeper." The Creeper is one of the most iconic Scooby-Doo villains ever, despite literally being just some guy. Does this episode deserve all the hype? Find out by listening along as Jesse and Ethan dis…
 
In addition to singing the iconic What's New Scooby-Doo theme song, Simple Plan also appeared on the show as themselves in this week's episode: Simple Plan and the Invisible Madman. Canadian pop-punk aficionado and all-around sweetheart Kenny Sage joins Ethan this week to talk about an incredibly silly episode of Scooby-Doo. Together they discuss t…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Ned’s choice of topic: the 1977 Rankin-Bass version of The Hobbit. Produced by the Rankin-Bass team and animated by Japanese animation studio Topcraft, 1977’s The Hobbit was a widely promoted effort for mainstream American network TV. As a result, it gave Tolkien’s work its highest profile in the US to that point, w…
 
Welcome to Heavy Meddle! A weekly podcast hosted by lifelong Scooby-Doo fan Ethan Brundeen where he and a guest will dive deep into an episode from somewhere in the vast history of the greatest cartoon of all time. For the first episode, it only felt right to tackle the first ever episode of Scooby-Doo Where Are You: What A Night For A Knight. Join…
 
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Jared’s choice of topic: the Istari. Also known as the Five Wizards, the cohort of Gandalf, Saruman, Radagast, and the two mysterious Blue Wizards, these beings are superficially some of the most easily understandable characters in Tolkien’s mythology: old men who know magic and can cast spells, very much in a long …
 
This week Derek and Shannon revisit "What's New Scooby-Doo?" for the Season 5 Wild Card, watching "Homeward Hound". The gang visits a dog show that's being ruined by a cat creature. They also get to meet the Secret Six Puppies who get dognapped as part of the cat creature's evil scheme. Will Fred enjoy his new poodle hairdo? Do Scar and Skull solel…
 
Hi all you Meddling Kids! After the longest hiatus of all hiatuses, I have some fresh episodes for you On March 14, 2021, I will drop the first half of episodes covering the Laff-A-Lympics season 1! They are shorter episodes, so you will probably be able to breeze through them while I record the next batch, so there will be another wait unfortunate…
 
Derek and Shannon sit down this week to discuss "I Put A Hex On You!" from "Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?". The gang is helping the Hex Girls solve the mystery of a ghost rocker whose cursed guitar causes people to go berserk! Not only do we get a backstory for the Hex Girls group; we also learn of Thorn's mounting financial troubles and regular rage f…
 
This week Derek and Shannon discuss "Into the Mouth of Madcap" from the "Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!" series. The gang visit an amusement park to entertain Wayne, a boy that Daphne is babysitting for the day. Before long, they discover a mystery pertaining to Madcap, a killer clown that's scaring away business. Velma confesses that her soul is 52 years ol…
 
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