Five Crappy Handymen

Pat and Lisa discuss the Intiative 522 food label debate while wolfing down Cheetos.  Pat  goes to a boring party in Dallas and gets in trouble.  Do men really get grumpy when they get old (as well as women)? And find out what Lisa got into a fight with in her kitchen.

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Songs in this episode:

“Spill the Wine” Eric Burden and War
“Daddy” Red Sovine
“Ken-L-Ration” jingle from ‘Tee Vee Toons: The Commercials
“Yellow Rose of Texas” Gene Autry
“The Spokane Song” Jewel
“Surfin’ Bird” The Trashmen
“Bird Dog” Everly Bros.
“Old Blue” Layne Brooks
“Old Man” Neil Young

The Best of Western Washington We Ain’t

Pat and Lisa discuss how you get to be the BEST; why showing your hiney is funny, illegal ways to dispose of your loved ones, and yes, another Red Sovine song gets a spin. Sigh.

You Are What You Wear

Find out where cleavage, hairy butts and naughty t-shirts are NOT welcomed, Pat gets a call from his horse, and the song “Wives and Lovers” gets the Cashman/Foster treatment.

I am covering my eyes while you fix my sink….

They Say It’s Your Birthday

The sad news of the passing of our friend Chris Wedes who played JP Patches, came during our taping of the last portion of this episode.  After hearing the news, we went back into the studio to add a special segment in his honor.  We hope you will listen, and remember him with love and fondness.

Rest In Peace JP – you will always be in our hearts.