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

Bad Laptop Daddy

Pat thinks Lisa needs a butler. Or a houseboy. Lisa explains why her boobs will never be touched again. Pat has a tragedy with his laptop at the airport you won’t believe.  And is being a well-endowed male a bonus or a curse?

LaptopForgotten

 

Songs in this episode: 

“La La La La La La” Jackie Gleason sketch music
“Traveling Man” Ricky Nelson
“I Started a Joke” Bee Gees
“People Got to be Free” The Rascals
“Tragedy” Bee Gees
“The End of the World” Skeeter Davis
“Susan” Dean Martin
“Crying” Roy Orbison
“Good Enough” Jussie Smolett (from TV show “Empire”)
“We’re in the Money” from ‘Gold Diggers of 1933)
“A Whale of a Tale” Kirk Douglas from Disney’s “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”
“It’s a Miracle” Barry Manilow
“Don’t Sleep on the Subway” Petula Clark
“Another Brick in the Wall” Pink Floyd
Excerpt from “Mr. Peabody and Sherman”
Excerpt from “Rick Steves’ Europe”
Excerpt from “If I Were King of the Forest” (Wizard of Oz) Bert Lahr
“The Impossible Dream” Kate Smith

It’s The Grammar Police

Find out what completely bugs Pat, REALLY bugs him. Pat is only slightly bugged by Matthew McConaughey. And Lisa is annoyed by pretty much everything.  Find out how to smuggle a gun through the airport – it’s easier than you think! And Lisa is really tired of having her boobs touched.

Ah, I see you "dress to the left", sir.

Ah, I see you “dress to the left”, sir.

 

Songs in this episode:

“Into the Mystic” Johnny Rivers

“Me and Bobby McGee” Janis Joplin
Excerpts from trailer “U-571”
“I’m Moving On” Rascal Flatts
“Please Warm My Wiener” Bo Carter (1935
“Squeeze Box” The Who
“Touch Me” The Doors
“Go Down Gambling” Blood, Sweat and Tears
“Words” The Bee Gees

Baby Makers And Money Makers

Find out how public nudity can be dangerous to your health.  And hey kids – you can print your own guns at home!! Also, if you drink the kool-aid, does that make you a racist?

Yay!  It's our lucky day!

Yay! It’s our lucky day!

 

Songs in this episode:

 

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.

Put The Pedal To The Metal

Pat does Lisa a favor, and gets a ticket for it.  Also, how do you handle the holiday dinner-time prayer when you don’t ever pray?  And listen as Pat and Lisa give you holiday traveling tips to get past the TSA without getting groped.

Speeding Ticket

I don’t care WHO you are, Pat Cashman, you broke the law.