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It’s That Time of Year

Instead of holiday decorating, Lisa is compelled to organize her house. Be careful – this is perfect time of year for fraud. Pat and Lisa talk about the “Peloton Wife” ad controversy.

Where’d I leave my keys?!?

Songs in this episode:

“Downtown” Petula Clark (1965) “Downtown” Mrs. Miller (1966) “Clean Up Woman” Betty Wright (1971) “Hooked on Junk” K.D. Lang “Time to Move On” Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers “Thank You (Fallenttinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” Sly and the Family Stone “(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window” Patti Page Excerpt “Peloton Bike” commercial (2019) “The Gift That Gives Back “Excerpt “Aviation Gin” commercial 92019) “The Gift That Doesn’t Give Back” Excerpt “Domino’s Pizza” commercial “That’s Amore” Dean Martin SFX World’s Noisiest Bird (from You Tube) The White Bellbird “Thank You (Fallentinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” Barry White

Sinks, Showers and Other Elements

Pat and Lisa talk about the challenges of traveling (and the occasional pleasures). Is there a limit to the sort of “comfort animal” you can bring on a plane. And remember those delightful “Hungry Man” tv dinners? You can still get them. Yum!

This is gonna clog the drain.

Songs in this episode:

“Cool Water” Son of the Pioneers “Tin Man” America “I’m So Tired” The Beatles “One Small Voice” Carole King Excerpt 1950’s commercial “Kem-Tone Paints” “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka-dot Bikini” Brian Hyland Excerpt from “Almost Live!” (Speaking Dynamics Institute) courtesy KING TV, Seattle “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” Luke Evans”Hot Nuts (Get ‘Em from the Peanut Man)” Georgia WhiteOpening theme from “Lassie” TV series (1950’s) “Delicious” Jim Backus and Friend (1959) Cyclone music from “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) “The Vodka Song” Valur Gunnarsson and Gimaldi +Megas” “Highly Suspicious” My Morning Jacket ” End of the Line” Traveling Wilburys”Hungry Man Dinners” TV commercial (with LA Dodgers’ Steve Garvey and Tommy Lasorda) 1978″Masterpiece Theatre” theme (PBS) “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” Blood, Sweat and Tears “You’ve Got a Problem” Ray Charles “Sh-Boom” The Chords (1954)”Pleasure, Little Treasure” Depeche Mode “Tuesday Afternoon” Moody Blues (1970)
“Hot Nuts (Get ‘Em From the Stoop Down Man) Chuck Willis

A Very Peculiar Playhouse

Pat and Lisa talk about her hair removal. Pat hosted a late night movie show way back in the day called “Peculiar Playhouse”. So many options on TV now – how many streaming services do you need each month? Does being a sports fan make you miserable? And Lisa has a message for backpack people.

“Ima need me some laser treatments”

Songs in this episode:

“Oh, Susanna” (Stephen Foster) Al Jolson

“The Haircut Song” Ray Stevens

“Garden Party” Ricky Nelson

“Pencil Thin Mustache” Jimmy Buffett

“Killing Me Softly” The Fugees

“Born to be Wild” Steppenwolf

“Stupid Blues” Junior Brown

Excerpt from “Creature Features” KTVU TV, San Francisco

“Folsom Prison Blues” Johnny Cash

Excerpt from “Twilight Zone” CBS All-Access (2019)

SNL “Hallmark Channel Christmas Promo” (w/James Franco)

“Let it Snow” Dean Martin

“Feliz Navidad” Jose Feliciano

“Drop the Mask” Diana Ross

“Cinemark Movie Club” commercial

“The Jackass Song” Harry Belafonte

“I Started a Joke” The Bee Gees

“Yo Comence la Broma” Pegasso

It’s Magic You Dummy

Pat and Lisa try to figure out ventriloquism and magic. Trump declares his love for Lisa, sort of. Pat and Lisa remember the wonderful actor Robert Forster. Also, what are your favorite black and white movies? Phrases that make Pat crazy, and Rolling Stone’s list of the all time best singers.

Songs and audio clips in this episode:

“Lisa, Listen to Me!” Blood, Sweat and Tears

“Pretty Woman” Karel Gott

“Are You Sleeping, Brother John? (Frere’ Jacques) Loo Loo

“Dominique” Jeannine Deckers of Belgium (1963)

“Sukiyaki” Kyu Sakamoato 

(1962)1960″s ‘Nestle’s Quik” commercial with Jimmy Nelson and Friends

Jeff Dunham bit via Netflix special

“Do You Believe in Magic?” The Lovin’ Spoonful

“White Room” Cream

Excerpt from the documentary “Beware of Mr. Baker

Interview excerpt: With Robert Forster

Excerpts from motion pictures: “Casablanca”, “Citizen Kane”, “To Kill a   Mockingbird”, “Some Like it Hot” and “Young Frankenstein

“Medicare Helpline commericial (2019)

“If I Can Dream” Elvis Presley with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

“Like a Rolling Stone” Bob Dylan

Edited excerpt from “It’s a Man’s World” with Luciano Pavarotti and James Brown

Watch Your Language

Pat goes to the ballet, but listens to the baseball game instead. Lisa thinks the Opera might bum her out. Samuel L Jackson can now talk to you instead of Alexa. And Pat’s voice is on the most popular video game in the world. Pat and Lisa talk about their favorite actors in TV commercials.

“I’d like to order some M*ther*F**king milk please”


You Had Me At Big Fat Woman

Pat and Lisa talk about popular songs that are REALLY disturbing and inappropriate – go ahead and listen. And Lisa complains that we never get a break from sports. Find out why Pat quit football when he young. Also, Halloween candy – the good stuff vs that bad stuff.

HI. Wanna dance?

Songs in this episode:

  • “Young Girl” Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
  • “Six Days on the Road” Dave Dudley”Two Six Packs Away” Dave Dudley
  • “Daddy” Red Sovine
  • “Tonight’s the Night” Rod Stewart
  • “He Hit Me (And it Felt Like a Kiss)”  The Crystals
  • “Getting Better” The Beatles
  • “I Saw Her Standing There” The Beatles
  • “Ain’t Gonna Bump No More” Joe Tex
  • “In the Summertime” Mungo Jerry
  • “Delilah” Tom Jones
  • “Kissing Cousins” Elvis
  • Excerpt from “Side Effects” Katt Williams
  • “Are You Ready For Some Football?” Hank Williams, Jr.”
  • Rally ‘Round the Flag” Ry Cooder
  • “I Want Candy” Bow Wow Wow
  • “Candy” Johnny Mercer (1945)Excerpt
  • “I Told My Kids I ate All Their Halloween Candy” from ABC’s      The Jimmy Kimmel Show
  • “Owner of a Broken Heart” Yes
  • “Imagine” John Lennon
  • “Monster Mash” Bobby “Boris” Pickett
  • “Funny How Time Slips Away” Willie Nelson
  • “Wives and Lovers” Girl from Winterjargon (Found on You Tube)