Red Fish, Blue Fish, Good Fish, Bad Shrimp

Pat and Lisa are bitching about the bills. Lisa wants Pat to save a tree. And, Lisa owes Pat and apology.  Also, Pat confronts a restaurant about his wife’s food poisoning.

Bad shrimp

 

Songs in this episode:

“Here Comes the Sun” The Beatles

“Burning Down the House” Talking Heads

“I Talk to the Trees” Clint Eastwood

“Lemon Tree” Peter, Paul and Mary

“Spill the Wine” War

“I Love Paris” Screaming Jay Hawkins

“Kisses Sweeter than Wine” Jimmie Rodgers

“Can’t Take my Eyes of You” Frankie Valli

“Shotgun” Junior Walker and the All-Stars

“Rapper’s Delight” Sugar Hill Gang

“God Bless America” Kate Smith

Let’s Have Us A Huddle Cuddle

Pat and Lisa celebrate Elvis’ birthday, and Pat is worried about Elliott, and Lisa tries to be the voice of reason.  Also Lisa has decided that she WILL go to a Superbowl Party if Pat throws one. And Pat shares the secrets of what happens in the “huddle”.

Seahawk Huddle

“Just remember – don’t throw it to stupid Larry”

 

Songs in this episode:

“Stuck on You” Elvis
Theatrical trailer for “The Time Machine”
“Hit Me With Your Best Shot” Pat Benatar (Lisa…I introduced her at an event an month ago…)
“Let’s Hear it for The Boy” Deniece Williams
“Dirty Old Egg-Suckin’ Dog” Johnny Cash
“You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” Blood Sweat and Tears
“Bicycle Made for Two”
“Train, Train” Blackfoot
“Shortin’ Bread” Nelson Eddy
“Open the Door, Richard” Dusty Fletcher with Jimmy Jones and his Band
“Carolina on my Mind” James Taylor
“What it was, was football” Andy Griffith
“Not as much as Football” Mojo Nixon

Drink The Coffee, Not the Kool Aid

Find out what resolution Pat is sticking with this year, and where Lisa is going to start drinking her coffee. And, is it illegal to make obscene gestures to a police officer?  The answer may surprise you!

Drink my coffee!

Drink my coffee!

Songs in this episode:

  • “Old Cape Cod” / Patti Page
  • “What’s My Name?” / Snoop Doggy Dog
  • “Dreamy Eyes” (1956) / The Four Preps
  • “Black Coffee” / Ella Fitzgerald
  • “Words” / Bee Gees
  • “That’s All Folks” / Warner Bros.