There are approximately 106 pericopes shared by Mark & Luke (see Synoptic Abstract by Tyson & Longstaff). Most hold to the view that this shared material - and the frequency of its common order - is best explained by Luke being dependent upon Mark.
This site has questions looking at Matthean dependence on Mark and/or Luke, as well as Markan dependence on Matthew. I'm interested in the arguments regarding the relationship between Mark & Luke, which often is deprioritized in synoptic studies.
The Two-Source, Farrer, and Augustinian Hypotheses all argue that Luke was dependent on Mark. Of the major theories, the Two-Gospel hypothesis alone has Mark dependent on Luke. Why?
What evidence supports the minority viewpoint – that Mark was dependent upon Luke?