Pee Into This Cup

Pat throws back to the day after 9/11 and his interview with KOMO’s Tami Michaels who was there. Goodbye to Diana Rigg and Marni Nixon. Pat loves the dollar store and finds something interesting at the counter.

“Welcome. Be sure to turn light off AFTER you enter.”



Songs in this episode:

  • “I Could Have Danced All Night” from “My Fair Lady” Marni Nixon
  • “Marni Nixon Medley” You Tube
  • “Tonight, Tonight” from “West Side Story” Marni Nixon
  • “Getting to Know You” from “The King and I” Marni Nixon
  • “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” from the motion picture “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” Marni Nixon
  • “Boomerang” TV show (excerpt courtesy of KOMO TV)
  • Excerpt from “Game of Thrones” Diana Rigg as Olenna Tyrell
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “Babes in Arms” Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland (1939)
  • “Hot Potato” The Wiggles
  • Excerpt from “The Goods from the Woods” podcast
  • “Princess Bride” Table reading (9/13/2020)
  • Excerpt from “Mort Sahl in Hollywood”
  • “They Are Just Words” George Carlin
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “The Princess Bride”
  • “Judy in Disguise” John Fred and his Playboy Bnd
  • “Smoke a Little Smoke” Eric Church
  • “The Drug Test Song” Willie and the Old Guys
  • “That Smell” Lynryd Skynyrd
  • “Beans, Beans, Beans” Quilla
  • “I Whistle a Happy Tune” from “The King and I” Marni Nixon

September 11, 2001

A special encore presentation of the KOMO morning radio show with Pat Cashman 19 years ago on September 11, 2001, the day the terrorist planes hit and changed our world forever.

Photo Attribution: Michael Foran

Out Over His Skis

‘Member when you never used to lock your front door? Lisa is once again letting the little things get to her. Pat is good secret keeper. Even when he is about to get fired. How much money would it take for you to support a political candidate you despised?

Goodbye Mary Hartline



Songs in this episode:

  • “John Henry” Deford Bailey (1927)
  • Excerpt from TV show “Hee Haw”
  • Excerpt from “The Mary Hartline Show” (1951)
  • “Reminiscing” The Little River Band
  • “The Heat is On” Glenn Frey
  • “I’ll Lick Yo’ Face” Bo Diddley
  • “Does Anybody Really Know What Time it Is?” Chicago
  • “I Gotta Go” Robert Earl Keen
  • “This Little Piggy” (You Tube)
  • “Spill the Wine” Eric Burden and War
  • Fisher Broadcasting Music ID
  • ‘Nabisco’ jingle
  • ‘O’Brien Auto Group’ jingle
  • “Baby Scratch My Back” Slim Harpo
  • Excerpt Kelly Ann Conway (You Tube)
  • “If I’d Known You Were Comin’, I’d Have Baked a Cake” Ethyl Merman, Ray Bolger

Take My Cardboard Out To The Ballgame

Lisa is organizing some weird things during the Covid-19 pandemic. And what are the silver linings of Covid-19 if any? Pat has a strange neurosis that has to do with socks… and a weird thing about his pillow. Pat and his wife Patty are cardboard cutouts at the Mariners baseball games.



Songs in this episode:

  • “Crazy Blues” Mamie Smith (1920)
  • “Together Again” Buck Owens
  • “Slip, Slidin’ Away” Paul Simon
  • “Look at Yourself (in the Mirror)” Will Downing
  • “Both Sides Now” Joni Mitchell
  • “Paint it Black” The Rolling Stones
  • “Drive-in Movies” Ray LaMontagne
  • Excerpt from movie “Hell’s Angels on Wheels” (1967)
  • Excerpt from movie “Boogeyman”
  • “Hang on Sloopy” The McCoys (1966)
  • “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” The Animals (1965)
  • “The Civil War” soundtrack
  • “Wet Socks” Sophie Meiers
  • “You Speak My Language” Morphine
  • Excerpt from “My Pillow” commercial
  • “Der Fuehrer’s Face” Spike Jones
  • “Don’t Get Around Much” Jonathan and Darlene Edwards
  • “Out of My Way” Seether
  • “Lisa, Listen to Me” Blood, Sweat and Tears
  • “I Got You, I Feel Good” James Brown
  • “Quitting Time” Dave Dudley

Perhaps I Shall Just Run Away Then

Lisa is not a fan of summer. Goodbye to Hugh Downs and Carl Reiner. And if you haven’t seen the movie “The Princess Bride”, you should. If you’ve ever run away from home, you probably didn’t stay gone long. Pat gets in trouble for shouting.

Quick! Let’s go see what Pat is yelling about!



Songs in this episode:

  • “Waiting for a Train” Jimmie Rodgers (1928)
  • “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” Edward Meeker (1908–Edison recording)
  • Trailer excerpt from Ken Burn’s “Country Music”
  • “Two Six Packs away” Dave Dudley
  • “Autumn Leaves” Natlie Cole
  • Excerpt from “Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har” (Hanna-Barbera)
  • Excerpt from “Concentration” (1967)
  • Excerpt from “The New Match Game” Ross Shafer (1990)
  • Excerpt from “Bill Cullen Obit” CBS News
  • Excerpt “Mel Brooks, Wink Martindale Interview”
  • Excerpt from “The Joey Bishop Show” (1970)
  • Excerpt from “Abbott and Costello Show” (“Loan Me 50 cents”)
  • Excerpt from “Your Show of Shows” (1950’s)
  • Excerpt from “The Dick Van Dyke Show”
  • Excerpt from “All in the Family”
  • Excerpts from the motion picture “The Princess Bride”
  • Rodney Dangerfield compilation “I’m So Ugly”
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “Caddy Shack”
  • Excerpt from “The 2000 Year Old Man”
  • Excerpt from the motion picture “Blazing Saddles”
  • “Running Away” Sly and the Family Stone
  • “You Keep Running Away” The Four Tops
  • “Runaway” Del Shannon

Quit Scratching That

Pat brings up something he thinks he shouldn’t, but does it anyway. Lisa has an itchy itchy rash. The Oscars are being delayed because no movies are being made. Pat saw a real stinker of a film the other day. Also, when you lose something, do you automatically assume someone stole it?


Songs in this episode:

  • “Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Major, Op. 102” Shostakovich plays Shostakovich
  • “I’m a Loser” Beck
  • Excerpt “Starkist Tuna” commercial (1968)
  • Excerpt “Pork, the Other White Meat” commercial (1994)
  • “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” Tears for Fears
  • “Heartbreak of Psoriasis” Root Boy Slim
  • Excerpt “Otezla” commercial (2020)
  • “Feelin’ Alright” Joe Cocker
  • Excerpt “Anti-Monkey Butt Relief Powder” review
  • “How Do You Mend a Broken Heart?” The Bee Gees
  • “Itchy Twitchy Feelin'” Bobby Hendricks (1958)
  • “Looking Out My Backdoor” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  •  Excerpt from Woody Allen’s motion picture “Bananas”
  • “The Weight” The Band
  • “Long Tall Texan” Lyle Lovett
  • “Soon You’ll Get Better” Taylor Swift